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  1. Price tag of bipartisan bill averting Medicare doc fee cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Monterey County Herald

    The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the bipartisan bill preventing cuts in doctors' fees for treating Medicare patients would total $214 billion in costs over the coming decade. Highlights of the CBO analysis : -$175 billion, voids 1997 law that has repeatedly threatened cuts in physicians' fees and replaces it with new way to pay them.

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  2. Congressional Budget Office's cost estimates of bipartisan bill averting Medicare doc fee cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the bipartisan bill preventing cuts in doctors' fees for treating Medicare patients would total $214 billion in costs over the coming decade. Highlights of the CBO analysis : -$175 billion, voids 1997 law that has repeatedly threatened cuts in physicians' fees and replaces it with new way to pay them.

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  3. Foreign buying of U.S. bonds more talk than realityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vallejo News

    The advantage of higher yields in the United States has not prompted foreign buying as investors had expected, and central banks have instead dumped Treasuries in recent months. Foreign central banks reduced their holdings of U.S. Treasuries last week to $2.900 trillion, the lowest in a year, according to the U.S. Federal Reserve.

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  4. Firm whose boss gave to Christie-led group gets investmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Miami Herald

    The board that oversees New Jersey's nearly $80 billion public pension fund is moving ahead with an investment of up to $100 million in a private equity firm whose chairman gave millions to a political group once headed by Gov. Chris Christie. Spokesmen for the state treasurer's office and the company say the governor had nothing to do with soliciting the contribution, and the investment was made based on the company's performance.

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  5. Foreign buying of US bonds more talk than realityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    The advantage of higher yields in the United States has not prompted foreign buying as investors had expected, and central banks have instead dumped Treasuries in recent months. Downtown Manhattan and the One World Trade building are seen from the observation level of the Empire State Building in the Manhattan borough of New York February 4, 2015.

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  6. PayPal to pay US$7.7m in sanctions violations settlementRead the original story

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    PayPal Inc has agreed to pay US$7.7 million in a settlement with US regulators, who say the payments company allowed violations of US sanctions against countries including Iran. The Office of Foreign Assets Control, an agency of the Treasury Department, announced yesterday the civil settlement with the digital payments processor.

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  7. Improved relations with Cuba increases interest in travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WKXW-FM Trenton

    President Barack Obama's reestablishment of ties with Cuba has prompted a surge in travel interest to the nation. But the door to Cuba is still not wide open.

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  8. PayPal to pay $7.7M to settle gov't charges that payments co. allowed sanctions violationsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Canadian Business Magazine

    PayPal Inc. has agreed to pay $7.7 million in a settlement with U.S. regulators, who say the payments company allowed violations of U.S. sanctions against countries including Iran. The Office of Foreign Assets Control, an agency of the Treasury Department, announced Wednesday the civil settlement with the digital payments processor.

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  9. PayPal accepts $7.7M settlement with TreasuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Hill

    PayPal on Wednesday accepted a $7.7 million settlement with the Treasury Department over charges it violated a myriad of U.S. economic sanctions. It alleges the company repeatedly authorized financial dealings with blacklisted parties ranging from arms dealers to rogue regimes such as Iran.

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  10. PayPal To Pay $7.7M For Violating US Sanctions Against Iran, Cuba, SudanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CBS Local

    CBS San Francisco Connect With Us At KPIX 5 PROGRAM GUIDE: KPIX 5 TV Schedule WATCH: A Glimpse Inside The Working KPIX 5 Newsroom Breaking News Send news tips, video & photos, and video to the KPIX 5 [...] CONNECT WITH KCBS Welcome to KCBS All News 740AM & 106.9FM on CBSSanFrancisco.com! LISTEN LIVE RIGHT NOW: KCBS Live Audio Stream LIKE KCBS Radio On Facebook: KCBS is the Bay Area's only all news station, serving listeners with [...] SAN JOSE - PayPal Inc. has agreed to pay $7.7 million in a settlement with U.S. regulators, who say the payments company allowed violations of U.S. sanctions against countries including Iran.

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  11. Has the Obama administration really avoided 'conflict of interest' and lobbyists?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Washington Examiner

    President Obama promised to stop the revolving door. Lobbyists "won't work in my White House," he said.

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  12. Bill Banning Feds From Watching Porn On Taxpayer Dime AdvancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Caller

    A bill banning federal employees from viewing or downloading porn on government devices advanced out of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Wednesday. "There is absolutely no excuse for federal employees to be viewing or downloading pornographic materials on the taxpayers' dime," Republican Rep. Mark Meadows, who sponsored the bill, said in a statement announcing the progress.

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  13. Affordable Care Act consumer alert: Choose your tax preparer wiselyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Insight News

    The IRS urges taxpayers to choose their tax professional carefully as reports are coming in from around the country describing unscrupulous preparers who instruct their clients to make individual shared responsibility payments directly to the preparer. The IRS reminds individuals who owe the payment that it should be made only with their tax return or in response to a letter from the IRS.

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  14. Treasury Department admits dead Cubans cana t actually hurt usRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    The Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control , the folks who handle bans on doing business with certain countries, communists, terrorists, Putin's pals and other assorted ne'er-do-wells, maintains a "specially designated nationals" list so people will know not to deal with such folks. But just as people can be put on the list, sometimes they can be "de-listed," especially if they are long deceased. 1 comment

  15. Washington State Moves To Protect Worker Paychecks From Predatory Bank FeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ThinkProgress

    Thrifty employers have ditched standard paychecks for electronic payroll cards, and it's taking a significant slice out of their workers' take-home pay. As the federal rulemaking process that will iron out many problems with the cards grinds on, lawmakers in one corner of the country appear poised to tackle the practice sooner.

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  16. CBS Promotes Idea to Put Liberals Such as Margaret Sanger on the $20Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NewsBusters.org

    The journalists at CBS This Morning on Wednesday promoted as uncontroversial the idea that Andrew Jackson should be removed from the $20 bill and substituted with the likes of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger or radical environmentalist Rachel Carson. Co-host Norah O'Donnell described this as "a mission to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 with a female American hero."

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  17. Federal workers owe big back tax billRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WHIO

    A new report from the Internal Revenue Service shows that federal workers and those who have retired from careers with Uncle Sam owe over $3.5 billion in back taxes to the United States Treasury, an increase of over $200 million from a year earlier. Highest delinquency rate of an Executive Branch department - Housing and Urban Development at 4.74%, followed by the VA at 4.44% Worst delinquency rate at large independent agencies - Smithsonian Institution at 6.04%, trailed by the Postal Service at 5.04% Jamie Dupree is the Radio News Director of the Washington Bureau of the Cox Media Group and writes the Washington Insider blog.

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  18. Abolish the IRS? Pay taxes with a postcard form? Critics dissect Ted Cruz's tax planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ABA Journal

    Critics see problems with Sen. Ted Cruz's plan to abolish the Internal Revenue Service and replace it with a flat tax. In his "imagine" speech announcing his presidential campaign on Monday, Cruz told his Liberty University audience to imagine a president "repealing every word of Obamacare" and to "imagine abolishing the IRS," the National Review reports.

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  19. Southern Missouri Bancorp Registers to Sell SBLF Stock for TreasuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | American Banker

    Southern Missouri Bancorp in Poplar Bluff has filed to sell $20 million in preferred stock it issued to the Treasury Department as part of the Small Business Lending Fund.

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  20. Feds Paid Politico $432K in 2014Read the original story

    Wednesday | The Weekly Standard

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