• Latest ‘Decision’ shows LeBron James binds home above all else
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    ON BASKETBALL | The first Decision was about hubris and concerns about his personal legacy. The second Decision is about humility and a sense of purpose. By leaving Cleveland for Miami and going back to Cleveland on Friday, LeBron James made a dramatic reversal from the power move that defined his career, brandished his authority throughout the NBA and allowed him to take his seemingly

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  • Israel vows to continue airstrikes notwithstanding flourishing pressure
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    Palestinians look at a destroyed house where five members of the Ghannam family were killed in an Israeli missile strike early Friday morning in the Rafah refugee camp in the southern Gaza Strip(Photo: Khalil Hamra, AP)GAZA CITY — As the Palestinian death toll rose, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Friday to continue to target members of Hamas with air strikes in Gaza until

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  • Businesses Hire Teens From The City Under Summer Jobs Program
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    Popular Entertainment Photo GalleriesPOEts: The Legendary, The Celebrity, The Local, The Controversial Celebrities Born Outside The U.S. Top Celebrities On Twitter Ranking Stephen King Famous Women Who Underwent Double Mastectomies » More Photo GalleriesBALTIMORE (WJZ) — For over 30 years, the city has had a program in place to get summer jobs for teens. Mostly the jobs involve outdoor

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  • Fidelity slicing 400 jobs in NKY
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    Buy PhotoFidelity Investments' 188-acre Covington campus opened in 2008.(Photo: Enquirer file photo/Cara Owsley)Buy PhotoFidelity Investments will layoff about 400 employees from its regional office in Covington – the second Northern Kentucky company to announce it is cutting a large number of jobs in recent months.Fidelity plans to outsource its printing and mailing services to a third-party

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  • state taxation cuts aren’t pushing pursuit growth
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    But the dramatic tax cutting doesn't appear to have done nearly as much for job growth as promised. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says that Wisconsin ranked 35th of the 50 states in job growth during the first three years of Scott Walker's term, and dead last among its immediate neighbors, including, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan and

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  • June jobs report: Unemployment rate irrelevance
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    AUSTIN, July 10, 2014 —The U.S. Labor Department released the all-important Employment Situation Report last Thursday afternoon, just before the long Fourth of July holiday weekend. Given the timing, the report almost went unnoticed, except by President Obama, who hastily threw together an afternoon appearance to trumpet the new numbers. On the surface, things could not look better. 288,000

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  • Week brings boost for jobs in state, though issues remain
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    Fourth District Rep. Steven Palazzo, from left, Greg Santaga, owner of Green Bay Converting, and Gov. Phil Bryant listen as Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree addresses a news conference to announce plans for a new plant. GEORGE CLARK/HATTIESBURG AMERICAN How is job creation faring in Mississippi these days? If you live in Hattiesburg, Water Valley or Canton, you'd probably say, "Just fine,

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  • Judge manners Florida Legislature pennyless law on maps
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    A state judge says Florida's Legislature illegally drew the state's congressional districts and has ordered them redrawn. Judge Terry Lewis on Thursday found that the state's Republican-controlled Legislature broke the law when it drew up political maps in 2012. He rejected arguments from top legislative leaders that they had done nothing

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  • Few Children Are Deported
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    Thousands of children from Central America are undertaking a perilous journey to the U.S. border despite warnings from the U.S. that they will be sent back. In fact, many will get to stay. Data from immigration courts, along with interviews with the children and their advocates, show that few minors are sent home and many are able to stay for years in the U.S., if not permanently.

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  • Germany Kicks Out U.S. Spy as Relations Decline to Low
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    U.S. relations with Germany reached the lowest since espionage allegations began as Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government expelled the top American intelligence officer in Berlin. Germany’s action intensifies a clash over U.S. spying and the alleged hacking of Merkel’s mobile phone that’s led the chancellor to confront the U.S. while trying to shield projects such as creating the

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