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Antonio Conte Reportedly Reconsidering Italy Job After Receiving Death Threats

Antonio Conte is reportedly reconsidering his position as Italy manager after apparently receiving death threats on the back of a furious spat regarding Juventus star Claudio Marchisio. As reported by, the formerShow More Summary

February State Job Numbers Continue the Positive Trend

The February State and Regional Employment and Unemployment report released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics was another sign that the economy is headed in the right direction. While unemployment is still above pre-recession rates in 39 states and …

Rick Barnes expected to be out at Texas, per report

Barnes has been the Longhorns' coach since the 1998-99 season. Rick Barnes is expected to be out as head basketball coach at Texas after 17 years on the job, according to 247 Sports and NBC Sports. New Texas AD Steve Patterson askedShow More Summary

NY Jobs: Greatist, Daily Voice, Full Stack Media

This week, Greatist is hiring a senior editor, while Daily Voice needs a reporter. Full Stack Media is seeking a deputy editor, and The New York Post is on the hunt for a Page Six reporter. Get the scoop on these openings below, andShow More Summary

TV Reporter Looks Forward to New Job Where People Pay Like Politics More

Eli Stokols, who came to Denver as a general assignment reporter in 2005, is leaving KDVR Fox 31 Tuesday as one of the state's top political reporters. He also became a Fox 31 anchor, launched his own public-policy TV show, and wrote...Show More Summary

John Fox says Jay Cutler will have to compete for Bears’ starting job

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler could be earning his 2015-16 guaranteed salary of $15.5 million for sitting on the bench. That’s because, according to Coach John Fox (and contrary to previous reports), Cutler isn’t a shoo-in to earn the starting position. He’ll have to fight for it. “It’s all an open competition,” Fox said at […]

’48 Hours’ Follows ‘The Pretender’

So here’s one for you: a New York Times reporter loses his job for making up details of a story. Later, he finds out a man has been impersonating him. Turns out that man is on the run, implicated in the murder of his wife and three children. Sounds...Show More Summary

Why A Better Job Market Won't Jumpstart U.S. Growth In 2015

Some days, the statistical reports seem to show a U.S. economy that is finally getting on track for faster growth. Other days, we seem stuck in the anemic “new normal” that has plagued the economy the last few years. Although we rarely get an unambiguous picture from economic statistics, recent [...]

Attorney General Threatens To Prosecute Reporters For Doing Their Job

When a top cop is mildly inconvenienced, threats of prosecution aren't far behind.

Something weird is going on in the US economy, and it's not good

Is the US economy tanking right now? Despite experiencing a healthy pace of job growth, the US economy has largely disappointed economists' expectations by delivering a series of weaker-than-expected economic reports. The unexpectedShow More Summary

The Week Ahead

A number of top-tier economic indicators will dominate local headlines, while the US jobs report will also be of interest.

Texas AD mulling Barnes' status, report says

Rick Barnes will need to make significant changes with the Texas Longhorns if he want to keep his job, The Austin American-Statesman has reported, citing an unnamed source familiar with the situation.

Friday: Yellen, GDP, Consumer Sentiment

From Merrill Lynch on the March employment report: The recent employment reports have been exceptionally strong with job growth averaging 293,000 a month for the past six months. Although we expect a slight moderation in March with job...Show More Summary

Jonathan Martin, Dolphins bullying scandal victim, cut by 49ers

As it turns out, Richie Incognito has a job in the NFL, and Jonathan Martin now doesn't. The two will forever be linked, as the main characters in the Miami Dolphins locker room bullying scandal of 2013. According to the reports, Incognito was the main agitator to Martin, who left the team as a result. Show More Summary

Eleanor Holmes Norton: Video Of Congresswoman’s Bad Parking Job Goes Viral

The Washington, D.C., delegate to Congress, Eleanor Holmes Norton, apparently had some difficulty Wednesday squeezing into a parking space, and video of the event has gone viral. Roll Call gossip blogger Warren Rojas reports that a “tipster”...Show More Summary

Here Are The Few Male-Dominated Jobs Where Women (Barely) Make More Than Men

While nursing is overwhelmingly female, men in the profession still earn higher salaries than women, a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association revealed this week. Unfortunately, this wasn't surprising -- women typically...Show More Summary

NHL broadcaster Nick Boynton reportedly bit a police officer in Buffalo casino scuffle

Ever since he retired from the NHL to take a job on the Arizona Coyotes’ broadcast team, Nick Boynton has relied on this mouth to make money. But on Wednesday, his mouth — and more accurately, his teeth — may have gotten him in trouble when reportedly bit a police officer during a casino scuffle […]

Tim Cook describes what it felt like to replace Steve Jobs as the CEO of Apple (AAPL)

When Tim Cook took over as the CEO of Apple in 2011, he had big shoes to fill. In a recent interview with Fortune, Cook talks about how it felt to succeed the legendary Steve Jobs. What he learned, as Fortune reports, is that there's no way to prepare for such an undertaking. Show More Summary

Floral Design Clash at the White House: French v. Modern by Susan Harris

First there was news that head White House floral designer Laura Dowling had left her job a few weeks ago, with no fanfare, and no one knew why.  There were reports that she’d actually been “escorted off the grounds”! Two days later the Washington Post’s gossip-column had an update – about a clash between Dowling’s French-schooled […]

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