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The poll, released Thursday by the Corporate Reform Coalition and conducted by the Democratic-leaning Bannon Communications Research group, asked 804 people their opinions on the role that corporate money plays in political campaigns. Eighty-one
May 2, 2012 Gasoline prices at the pump have been increasing by leaps and bounds, according to a historical trend analysis of weekly averages of the retail cost of U.S. regular gasoline on the Titi Tudorancea Bulletin website. On April 4, 2009, the
Nine government watchdog organizations today asked Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich, as well as President Barack Obama, to reveal more details about fundraisers for their presidential campaigns
It might seem like the equivalent of trying to bail the ocean with a bucket but we now have another major race, the U.S. Senate race in Montana, in which the idea of a self-imposed truce by the candidates on superPAC money in the race has come up.
Just a few days before Black Friday signals the beginning of holiday shopping fury, the U.S. Public Interest Group has released its 26th annual "Trouble in Toyland" report, alerting consumers to the dangers and toxins that can still be found in
Bank of America Corp plans to charge customers who use their debit cards to make purchases a $5 monthly fee beginning early next year, joining other banks scrambling for new sources of revenue. U.S. banks have been looking for ways to increase
Imagine waking up to the news that you’re dead; especially when it arrives in a letter from a loan officer. One man in Detroit made national news, when he learnt of his ‘deceased-status’ through the credit report that
Even as they continue to worry about a weak housing market and anemic job growth, U.S. families can at least celebrate a new food-safety bill, extension of unemployment benefits for some jobless workers, and the likelihood of more disclosures on a
Though progress has been made in recent years in making playthings for children safer, far too many toys remain on store shelves that pose serious risks to America's kids, a consumer watchdog group says in a new report. Some toys contain toxic
homework to do before you run out to buy that train set or action figure on your loved one's wish list. Surely it goes without saying that if it's made for a child, it should be manufactured with materials that are safe for a child.