Source: The Washington Post | Nation |
October 31, 2012
The housing market’s recovery appeared to receive a boost Tuesday following the release of a popular real estate measure. However, economists cautioned against getting carried away by the optimistic report.
Immigration from Mexico fell to historic lows during the worst years of the recession. But the study by U.S. and Mexican researchers estimates that immigrants headed north in the first half of 2012 outnumbered those heading back for the first time since 2007.
Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Wisconsin |
October 19, 2012
Following the revelation that millions in past-due loans had been ignored by state officials for more than a year, Gov. Scott Walker vowed to take aggressive action at the embattled state jobs agency that he has championed.
Source: Newark Star-Ledger | New Jersey |
October 17, 2012
Hours after New Jersey announced it would begin issuing sports betting licenses in January, the National Collegiate Athletic Association pulled a half-dozen regional championship tournaments out of the state.
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