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Obama2-072514.jpg President Barack Obama is meeting with presidents from Central American nations on Friday as the U.S. struggles to deal with a surge of unaccompanied children across the southern border.
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UScapitol-072314.jpg While final passage of the bill is far less certain, the Senate voted overwhelming in favor of formally debating legislation to end tax breaks for companies that send jobs overseas.
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UKGDP-072514.jpgBritish economic growth remained high as expected in the second quarter as a robust expansion in the dominant service sector, and industry completely offset the slight weakness in the construction sector. With the second quarter expansion, GDP returned to its pre-crisis level. Gross domestic product grew 0.8 percent sequentially in the second quarter, the same rate as seen in the first quarter.
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Health care workers holding an associate's degree currently make up the majority in the U.S. and that number is expected to climb, according to research conducted at the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program. The study notes that associate holding health care workers make up more than half of the health care workforce, a number that has risen 46 percent since 2000.
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The European markets are trading mixed on Monday, as investors weighed corporate report cards, amid lingering geo-political tensions. On a day of light economic news, Italy's business confidence unexpectedly fell in July, as new order expectations declined, results of a survey conducted by the statistical...
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Hair loss does not make one physically ill but is said to have emotional and psychological consequences. One of the most common causes of hair loss is alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease, which results in well-defined circular bald patches on the scalp. A more extreme variant of alopecia areata is known as alopecia universalis wherein there is a total loss of all body hair.
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With multiple mainstream movies aiming at action audiences this weekend, newcomers "Lucy" and "Hercules" will have somewhat limited upside heading into their openings, though both are also in position to potentially top the box office charts as they receive releases of more than 3,000 theaters.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that family held businesses can object to the provision of insurance coverage for contraception under the Affordable Care Act, on religious grounds. The ruling is seen as a sort of setback for a contentious part of President Barack Obama's health care reform law. The...
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