Is secret FedEx email the smoking gun?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Atlantic Wire) Delivery specialist FedEx has been accused of "systematically" overcharging its business and government clients for nearly a decade, and an internal company message may be the more…

Checking Facebook at work could become illegal

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LiveScience) Logging into Facebook, perusing eBay and surfing to other decidedly non-work related sites may not just upset your boss; it could also be a federal offense. That's more…

How much taxation would fund current spending?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (American Thinker) To best understand this spending aspect of the current budget negotiations in Washington, we must answer one crucial question: how much taxation on the top income-earners more…

Fed: Rates to stay low until jobless below 6.5%

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Wall Street Journal) The Federal Reserve refashioned its bond-buying programs on Wednesday, extending its far-reaching effort to revitalize the jobs market and boost the economic recovery into 2013. more…

Fuel-efficient cars threaten state finances

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (KOMO-TV) Cars are becoming more and more fuel-efficient, and you would think that's a good thing. But Washington state is actually losing money because of it and as more…

Illegals could get jobless benefits in California

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Fox News) Legislation introduced Tuesday would give about 400,000 undocumented immigrants in California the same rights as citizens to unemployment benefits and various other government services. Assembly Bill more…

Don't wear kippahs, Stars of David in Copenhagen

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (VirtualJerusalem) Israeli and Jewish officials in Denmark on Wednesday warned Jews to avoid openly wearing religious symbols and dress when moving about Copenhagen amid rising anti-Israeli sentiments. "We more…

State employee posts nearly 5,000 comments from work

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Sacramento Bee) A California Department of Education employee posted approximately 4,900 comments on The Sacramento Bee's website between December 2010 and December 2011, according to a state report more…