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18 min ago | Detroit News
A Republican senator on Tuesday praised a ruling by a federal judge that ordered the government's pension insurer to disclose more documents related to its decision to absorb the salaried pension plans at Delphi Corp in bankruptcy.
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18 min ago | KBOI-AM Boise
Hillary Clinton has remained coy on her potential presidential candidacy in 2016, but that hasn't stopped Democrats from endorsing her.
4 hrs ago | The Hill
As Presdent Obama's approval ratings decline and an election is nearing, Democratic candidates are scrambling to distance themselves from the president and to find their own message.
Four years after passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, industry experts and regulators say the landmark legislation's long-term implications are worrisome, albeit still unclear.
"Tea party members don't think there's a federal role in transportation!" complained Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, last week, near the site of a $5.8 million highway project.
Four years ago today, President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank financial reform act into law.
The powerful Lindner family of Cincinnati has showered massive political donations on the Republican Party, on Karl Rove's American Crossroads, on Mitt Romney and John Boehner and other conservatives.
The Senate begins its confirmation hearings tomorrow for the retired Cincinnati business executive who's been nominated to be the next secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Nearly 700 cleanup workers and contractors at the former Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in southern Ohio face the possibility of layoff by this fall - the latest setback for a region that has struggled in recent years.
Did you like the last shutdown of the federal government last October, which lasted more than two weeks and cost taxpayers a cool $25 billion? Look no further than the end of the year, when it could happen all over again, so speculates Ohio senior U.S Senator, Sherrod Brown.
A bill that would allow states to collect internet taxes from businesses that don't have a physical location in that state united both Republican senator Rob Portman and Democratic senator Sherrod Brown in support last year.
A fresh nonpartisan report casts doubt on a plan backed by Sen. Sherrod Brown that is designed to both preserve Social Security and expand its benefits for some by raising payroll taxes on the wealthy.
Politicians and protectionists have been served by the enduring myth that the United States is the most open market in the world and its government earnestly adheres to the rules of trade, while others, intent on exploiting U.S. naivety, cheat and pursue state-sponsored mercantilism.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:26 pm
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