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DOL Violates Own Rule and Pays $7 Million

DOL Violates Own Rule and Pays $7 Million
Overtime Woes for the DOL. Violating its own labor laws has cost the federal Dept. of Labor $7 million.

What the new federal overtime law means

What the new federal overtime law means
The U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rule is simple: Beginning Dec. 1, 2016, every salaried employee making less than $47,500 will receive time-and-a-half pay for every hour

The Breakdown

The Breakdown
How politics and government really work, and why they don’t. How ProPublica is (Un)-Covering Politics This Year and Beyond

Top 5 ways you could have your own personal "Brexit Boom"

Top 5 ways you could have your own personal "Brexit Boom"
By now, we’ve all heard about Brexit — the term used to describe Britain’s exit from the European Union — and a serious decision that will play a crucial role in the overall health of the global

Donald Holds the Trump Card

Donald Holds the Trump Card
An Unconventional Candidate Catapults towards Becoming First Business President

Oil: A Political Pawn for Power

Oil: A Political Pawn for Power
For the last century, the pursuit of oil has led to political in-fighting and strategic maneuvering by world leaders wanting to gain superior control over the supply of black gold.

Social Security: Changes in Store for 2016

Social Security: Changes in Store for 2016
Chances are good that the Social Security you experience in retirement won’t be anything like the one your grandparents depended upon for income security.

Taxation Drains Profit from Legalized Marijuana

Taxation Drains Profit from Legalized Marijuana
But state budgets struggling to make ends meet welcomes the tax on tokers. There could be a lot of dough to be made selling pot now that it is legal in several states.

Understanding Consumer Advocacy Groups

Understanding Consumer Advocacy Groups
Consumer advocacy groups are made up of large international organizations as well as small grassroots groups, and protect consumers' interests in a range of ways, including corporate abuse

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