Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, both of whom are presumed to have presidential ambitions for 2016, stand at opposite ends of the debate on whether to
allow the nation's 11 million unauthorized immigrants to become citizens.
McDonald's executives fielded a number of questions at its annual
shareholder meeting Thursday, particularly those about its role in the global
The long-building demographic change in California will not only change the
face of the state - but also change the face of its businesses.
Electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors
announced it paid back its $465 million government loan
early, giving a boost for the Obama administration and federal clean-tech programs.
Ford said it plans to produce 3.4 million vehicles this year, the Los Angeles
Times reported Wednesday.
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With the success Texas A&M has had on the football field, it's only
natural that it's going to be a little harder to attend
a game at Kyle Field, especially when the Crimson Tide rolls into town.
Texas Workforce Upper Rio Grande has joined forces with federal, state
and public institutions with a goal of targeting manufacturers willing to expand
and create more jobs.
The 2013 Top 25 Hispanic Nonfprofits continued to grow in both expenditures and revenues in 2012, and social entrepreneurs and social enterprises intend to keep that trend going.
Lois Lerner, the IRS official who invoked her Fifth Amendment rights not to incriminate herself when called before a House committee investigating the scandal, could be forced to return to the witness stand.
Hamilton Green Action members will try
to utilize existing organizations and events to advance the agenda of making
this Ohio burg the "greenest little city in America."
Teens are sharing more about themselves on social media but many favor Twitter to avoid parents and "oversharing" they see on Facebook, a U.S. poll indicates.
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