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Rep. Tom Petri, R-Wis.

Lawmaker Invites Review of His Advocacy for a Defense Contractor in His District

Retiring Wisconsin Republican says he is looking forward to the results of the inquiry he requested earlier this year.

The Thing Employers Look For When Hiring Recent Graduates

It's not something that can be done on campus. It's an internship.

Obama on Ferguson: There's a 'Gulf of Mistrust' Between People and Police

Attorney General Eric Holder will visit the St. Louis suburb on Wednesday, the president said Monday.

It Costs A Quarter Million Dollars to Raise A Child in the United States

USDA's annual Expenditures on Children and Families report was released Monday.

Police talk after deploying tear gas Sunday evening in Ferguson, Missouri.

Why the National Guard Is Coming to Ferguson

A look at the soldiers being called in to keep the peace.

Hillary Clinton Returns to Iowa to Begin Running for President

The former secretary of state is bringing along her husband.

Consumer Bureau's Complaint Site Draws a Complaint of Its Own

Financial Services Roundtable launches campaign against 'one-sided' website.

The Seven Signs That You Work Too Hard

Increasingly psychologists assess and sometimes recommend treating workaholism as an addiction in its own right.