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The American Bar Association is considering a plan that would endanger the accreditation of any law school where fewer than three-quarters of the students pass the bar within two years. more
The global economy desperately needed some good news. That's what it got in the latest U.S. jobs report. more
Whether you favor the Democrat or the Republican, you have to like the stock market when the U.S. elects its president. For investors seeking a quick buck, a bet on the Republican pays off because the election-year gains tend to be greater … more
Each year, several organizations roll out "scorecards" measuring what they think are the important indicators determining whether state taxes are too high or too low, the health of state economies, or how "business friendly" each state is. … more
The battle over U.S. drug prices just got tougher. But the new pressure is coming from CVS, not politicians. more
Aetna's announcement on Tuesday that it expects to lose money on Obamacare's individual health-insurance exchanges and won't expand its participation next year makes a worrisome five for five: All of the biggest U.S. health insurers now expect such losses. more
Crime is on the rise everywhere, except in the crime statistics. more
Amid all the hoopla and theater of the national political convention you might have missed a noteworthy report about the financial literacy of the average American adult. more
On July 11, the Journal of the American Medical Association published an article written by Barack Obama, JD. While the president devoted only a small portion of his article to the "public option" for insurance, this is part of what he wrote: … more
As was widely anticipated, Federal Reserve officials refrained from adopting new policy measures at the conclusion of their two-day policy meeting on Wednesday. more
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