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  • PBS, NPR stations get $10M infusion for local news

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    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Public radio and TV stations across the country will receive more than $10 million over the next two years to boost local news coverage as newspapers decline. On Thursday, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting announced the cr...

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  • Unemployment Claims Drop More Than Expected

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — New claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week. The Labor Department said Thursday that first-time claims for jobless benefits dropped 14,000 to a seasonally adjusted 442,000. That's below analysts' estima...

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  • Obama's Missed Opportunity to Change Charitable Giving

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    Last week the White House announced the charities that President Obama selected to receive the funds from his Nobel Peace Prize award. The President selected a variety of charities, mostly educational, as well as giving $250,000 to the Clinton-Bu...

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  • How Health Care Impacts Charities

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    As we begin to make sense of Congress' sweeping overhaul of health care on Sunday, one thing is certain -- all Americans and businesses will be impacted by the legislation in one way or other. Even charities both large and small must prepare for ...

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  • House Boosts College Aid for Students in Need

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    WASHINGTON — Riding the coattails of a historic health care vote, the House on Sunday also passed a broad reorganization of college aid that affects millions of students and moves President Barack Obama closer to winning yet another of his top dom...

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