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Looks like we’ve finally capitulated to the reds: President Obama on Wednesday announced his plans to formally re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, declaring that the two nations were ready to reopen embassies in each other’s capitals and to start a “new chapter” of engagement after more than a half-century of estrangement. “Our nations are […]

Used Tesla Values Could Be a Bubble Waiting to Burst

The National Automobile Dealers Association new electric vehicle retention list released last week has a tasty little tidbit in its roundup of value retention rates. Tesla’s Model S, which topped the 3-year value retention rate listShow More Summary

The Roundup for June 28-29, 2015

Another week folks! Looking forward to the end! International Politics Overall – Journalist Glen Ford and policy analyst Robert Naiman join The Real News to discuss whether the United Nations is able to effectively act on anything – Sepp Blatter: Leaving FIFA is “liberating” not only for me, but the organization too -France is considering, once the P5+1-Iran...

Comic's Weekly Roundup: From Billy Wayne Davis to Jay-Z

Atlanta has one of the best comedy scenes in the country, and each week is filled with plenty of opportunities to see some of Atlanta’s top local comics, and visiting national touring acts. He’s your best bets for getting into some funny business.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Monday's Morning Email: Global Markets On Edge As Greece Nears Default

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

TOP STORIES To get The Morning Email, HuffPost's daily roundup of the news, in your inbox, sign up here. GLOBAL MARKETS ON EDGE AS GREECE NEARS DEFAULT "Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Sunday that the nation's banks and stock market would be closed on Monday amid fears of financial collapse. Show More Summary

Roundup: Strasburg Is Strong Again for Nationals as He Makes His Way Back From Injury

3 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Stephen Strasburg (5-5) allowed two runs on four hits with one walk and nine strikeouts in his second solid outing since returning from the disabled list.

The Roundup for June 25th, 2015

Phew, almost there to the end of the week. International Politics Overall – President Barack Obama: We have let down the families of terrorist hostages – The United Nations’ envoy to Yemen said a ceasefire in the country must be implemented – The Israeli Defense Force denied it works with Syrian rebels – NATO will...

Best Money Tips: Money Myths That Are Holding You Back

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on money myths that are holding back your finances, tips for visiting national parks on a budget, and ways to cool off right now. Top 5 Articles 7 Money Myths That Are Holding You Back Financially — A house...

Wage and hour roundup

“Get Ready to Reclassify Workers Under Forthcoming FLSA Regs” [Stephen Miller, SHRM] Won’t be pretty: how Obama overtime edict will affect retail and restaurant sectors of economy [National Retail Federation] Measuring worker compensation:...Show More Summary

Monday Morning Roundup: BART Explosion Fears Close Station

A national same-sex marriage decision, SF's suburb problem, and LGBT studies hit SF high school. [ more › ]

Comic's Weekly Roundup: Scene Missing celebrates Stanley Kubrick

Atlanta has one of the best comedy scenes in the country, and each week is filled with plenty of opportunities to see some of Atlanta’s best local comics and visiting national touring acts. He’s your best bets for getting into some funny business.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Monday's Morning Email: Supreme Court Rulings On Gay Marriage, Obamacare Imminent

TOP STORIES To get The Morning Email, HuffPost's daily roundup of the news, in your inbox, sign up here. SUPREME COURT RULINGS ON OBAMACARE, GAY MARRIAGE EXPECTED BY END OF MONTH As the nation awaits the court's "blockbuster" verdicts...Show More Summary

Sunday Roundup

With the nation mourning the victims of the Charleston church massacre and observing the 150th anniversary of Juneteenth, the June 16th commemoration of slave emancipation, there's no better time to confront the toxic influences of racism and easy access to guns that came together this week. Show More Summary

The Roundup for June 18th, 2015

Heard this on the radio on Tuesday. Liked it. International Politics Overall – FIFA President Sepp Blatter hired a former U.S. federal prosecutor to deal with a corruption probe – A United Nations official pledged the UN would help Lebanon repel any militant attacks – The U.S. said it is not giving concessions to Iran over...

France Bans 'Probably Carcinogenic' Monsanto Herbicide for Home Gardeners

The French Ministry of Ecology declared a ban on the use of Monsanto's Roundup herbicide in the nation's nurseries and garden centers Sunday, citing the previous UN classification of the chemical glyphosate as "possibly carcinogenic...

Comic's Weekly Roundup: Ismael Loutfi headlines WonderComedy

Atlanta has one of the best comedy scenes in the country, and each week is filled with plenty of opportunities to see local comics and visiting national touring acts. He’s your best bets for getting into some funny business.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Sunday Roundup

This week, the nation waited in breathless anticipation for the expected announcement tomorrow that Jeb Bush is running for president. Bush, who seems more adept at raising money than votes (he hasn't gotten one since 2002, the yearShow More Summary

Comic's Weekly Roundup: Dungeons & Dragons and Beer & Comedy

Atlanta has one of the best comedy scenes in the country, and each week is filled with plenty of opportunities to see some of Atlanta’s best local comics and visiting national touring acts. He’s your best bets for getting into some funny business.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Weekly Roundup 6.5.15

It has been a week of rain and gloom in our nation’s seat of government. It has been cold, gray and unpleasant. Commutes are nasty. The lack of sunshine is getting serious. But on the bright side, pollen has been … Continue reading ...

Local roundup: Construction worker dies in accident on museum’s roof

THE DISTRICTMan dies in accidenton museum’s roofA 50-year-old construction worker was killed in an accident on the roof of the unfinished National Museum of African American History and Culture, a spokesman for Clark Construction Group said Wednesday.Read full article >>

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