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TrumpONOMICS

TrumpONOMICS
‘Fiduciary rule’  ‘slash-and burn’ regulations across the board. The Trump Administration is under heavy fire over DOL regulations, while the Department of Labor’s much-talked-about fiduciary

Walking the hill: Advocating for veterans' rights and services

Walking the hill: Advocating for veterans' rights and services
Eva Wallace never enlisted in the U.S. military, has never been on active duty and never endured life-altering injuries protecting American freedoms. However, as a military spouse she has

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.

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