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WWE News: WWE Planning To Add Edgier Storylines To Help Ratings

For the last 8 years, WWE has been known as a PG product. The first installation of the PG Era began around the Fall period in 2007, and WWE has not looked back since. The idea behind the move was that it would be more profitable for WWE to go PG in a time where WWE News: WWE Planning To Add Edgier Storylines To Help Ratings is an article from: The Inquisitr News

Unemployment Rate Up, But Why?

The news came out this morning that Georgia’s unemployment rate rose from an adjusted 7.7% in July to a preliminary rate of 8.1% in August. Democrats, as you might expect, pounced on this as further proof that the GOP has failed andShow More Summary

On health care, Obama and the ACA can’t win no matter what

As you know by now, almost all the news about the implementation of the Affordable Care Act has been positive. Millions of people now have coverage. The rate of uninsured is at its lowest in decades. More insurers are lining up to participate in the exchanges. Many conservative states are coming around to expanding Medicaid […]


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Tuesday Cable Ratings: CNN’s Double Agent Special Tops Maddow in Demo

17 hours agoNews : Mediaite

On Tuesday night during the 9 p.m. hour, CNN’s special report Double Agent: Inside Al Qaeda for the CIA averaged 288K viewers in the 25-54 demo, doubling MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show, which had 144K. Fox News’ The Kelly File came in first with 388K.

Dow closes at all-time high after Fed news on interest rates

The Federal Reserve’s announcement came at the conclusion of its two-day policy meeting in Washington, at which officials maintained their commitment to keep interest rates at near zero “for a considerable time” after its bond-buying program ends as scheduled in November.

On Night of President Obama’s ISIS Statement, FOX News had Last Week’s #4 Rated Cable Program

According to Nielsen Media Research, Megyn Kelly‘s program on FOX News “The Kelly File” during the hour of President Barack Obama’s statement on ISIS was the fourth highest rated program on cable last week. The week’s top three included...Show More Summary

FedEx Announces 2015 Shipping Rates – Let the Ground Wars Begin!

Categories: Category Intelligence (Indirect), Industry News, Logistics, Supply Chain Tags: Guest Posts, Sourcing and Categories For the first time, FedEx sets the bar, but will UPS follow? Since 1998, UPS has been playing "leader," setting yearly shipping rates, with FedEx left to play the "follower" role. Show More Summary

Megyn Kelly in Top 5 Ratings Last Week, Behind Only NFL and Sons of Anarchy

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

President Obama's speech to the nation on ISIS really helped Fox News with their ratings. Last Wednesday night's Kelly File ended up ranking in the top five cable telecasts of that entire week.

Prison Rates are Down. Thanks to Lead, They're Going to Stay Down.

Yesterday the Bureau of Justice Statistics released the latest numbers on incarceration rates, and the headline news is that we're sending fewer people to prison. But there's an interesting wrinkle in the numbers that few news outlets have picked up on, even though it's a trend that's been obvious in the numbers for a long time. Show More Summary

Underemployment, Poverty and the New Normal in America

The Census Bureau released its annual report on income and poverty in the U.S. this week. At first glance, the news seems positive -- the poverty rate in the U.S. has dropped for the first time since 2006 and child poverty has declined for the first time since 2000. One statistic, however, points us to a growing problem for the working poor. Show More Summary

Good News: EPA Standards Could Lower Electricity Bills

It's frustrating to hear opponents of climate action once again use the threat of higher electricity rates as a scare tactic to try to stop the EPA's Clean Power Plan. We know it has many people concerned. The good news is we have more evidence than ever before to prove our opponents wrong. read more

Poverty Rate Drops for the First Time Since 2006

Good news for the economy, but median incomes still remain lower than pre-recession levels.

FedEx Corporation (FDX)’s Post Holiday Rate Hike Is Only Good News For Santa

FedEx Corporation (NYSE:FDX) announced that it is going to increase prices across all its services by an average of 4.9%. CNBC‘s Dominic Chu reported that the new prices are scheduled to take effect on 5th January 2015. The reason for FedEx Corporation (NYSE:FDX)’s price hike was cited as inflation in the US economy. Like many […]

The NYT poll reports terrible numbers for Democrats, but calls the Republcian Party "deeply unpopular."

Check out all the numbers and consider the wording of the intro to the poll:A New York Times/CBS News poll shows that President Obama’s approval ratings are similar to those of President George W. Bush in 2006 when Democrats swept both...Show More Summary

Pharma and Ebola

So, Ebola. A terrible virus, with a high mortality rate. And although that percentage is raised by the poor public health infrastructure in the areas where it's endemic, it's still very bad news indeed, a major medical challenge anywhere it might show up. Show More Summary

Poverty’s On The Decline … But Tell It To All Those Poor People

Emily Badger summarizes the news: The official poverty rate declined from 15 percent in 2012 to 14.5 percent in 2013, although the number of Americans living in poverty remained statistically unchanged for the third year in a row. That’s largely because of population growth. Poverty is now starting to tick down as unemployment declines, and […]

Good News For The ACA?

The law seems to have effectively boosted insurance rates. Arit John explains: The number of uninsured Americans fell 8 percent during the first three months of 2014, thanks to 3.8 million uninsured individuals gaining insurance, according to the Center for Disease Control. Put another way, the uninsured rate dropped from 20.4 percent to 18.4 percent […]

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