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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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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