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Money Magazine: Invest your IRA like a proupdated: Wed Feb 15 2012 09:42:00

I'm 38 and just rolled $120,000 into an IRA. I'm trying to decide whether I should invest it on my own or pay an investment firm a fee to do it for me. I'm inexperienced, so I really don't even know what information I should factor into this decision. Any suggestions? -- Trevor S.

Report: Military hospitals not adequately checking doctor credentialsupdated: Fri Dec 23 2011 17:34:00

A federal watchdog took a bite out of military hospitals this month, warning it is impossible to tell if some doctors are licensed, properly trained and evaluated in their specialties.

Money Magazine: Fight your insurer's claim denialupdated: Wed Sep 07 2011 09:32:00

When a health insurance claim denial lands in the mailbox, do you figure the hassle of going to battle isn't worth it? Think again.

Report: Cell phone use by prisoners on the riseupdated: Tue Sep 06 2011 23:10:00

Over the last three years, the number of contraband cell phones seized in federal prisons and minimum-security facilities has quadrupled, according to a report issued by the General Accountability Office.

CNNMoney: National debt: Why tax revenue has to go upupdated: Tue Sep 06 2011 08:32:00

Nobody likes having to pay more in taxes. And it's true that the country is on track to spend more than it can afford.

CNNMoney: Stimulus contractors owe millions in back taxesupdated: Tue May 24 2011 08:08:00

Thousands of contractors who got stimulus money to do such things as build roads and provide social services owe more than $750 million in back taxes, a federal investigation has found.

GAO: Investigators drove 'explosive' into secure portupdated: Tue May 10 2011 22:46:00

Undercover government investigators were able to get into major U.S. seaports -- at one point driving a vehicle containing a simulated explosive -- by flashing counterfeit or fraudulently obtained port "credentials" to security officials -- raising serious questions about a program that has issued the cards to more than 1.6 million people, Congress disclosed Tuesday.

CNNMoney: Tax dollars buying less and lessupdated: Tue Apr 19 2011 13:23:00

In making the case for why lawmakers need to tackle the long-term debt, President Obama chose the one projection that brings home the point better than any other.

CNNMoney: AT&T to acquire T-Mobile for $39 billionupdated: Mon Mar 21 2011 07:14:00

AT&T will acquire T-Mobile USA from telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom for an estimated $39 billion in cash and stock, the companies said in a joint release Sunday.

CNNMoney: Budget battle: What got cutupdated: Thu Mar 03 2011 07:25:00

You can wave bye-bye to $4 billion in government spending.

CNNMoney: U.S. bureaucracy wastes billions, watchdog saysupdated: Tue Mar 01 2011 13:49:00

The U.S. government could save tens of billions of dollars a year by streamlining a bloated federal bureaucracy, according to a report Tuesday from the Government Accountability Office.

CNNMoney: Washington's budget folliesupdated: Fri Feb 25 2011 18:18:00

Is this any way to run a government?

CNNMoney: Government shutdown: What's at stakeupdated: Mon Feb 21 2011 15:01:00

The countdown to a possible government shutdown is on.

'Don't ask, don't tell' cost tops $50,000 per expulsion, study findsupdated: Fri Jan 21 2011 05:55:00

It cost more than $193 million for the Pentagon to implement the policy of removing gays and lesbians from military service over six years, a study says.

CNNMoney: Running the government on 8¢updated: Fri Jan 21 2011 05:20:00

Those who clamor for more "limited government" rarely define what they mean. But assuming nothing changes over the next decade, Americans could be left with a de facto limited government -- limited in what it will be able to do.

Probe shows court-appointed guardians often not screened or monitoredupdated: Wed Oct 27 2010 10:10:00

Some court-appointed guardians for incapacitated seniors are not screened before they're appointed, and many are not monitored by the courts after they've taken over the affairs of their charges, resulting in hundreds of allegations of abuse, a federal probe found.

Bill gives more in Congress access to secret intelligenceupdated: Thu Sep 30 2010 16:41:00

Congress has sent President Barack Obama a bill that that will significantly increase the number of lawmakers notified about the administration's most secret intelligence activities.

CNNMoney: Number of women managers barely growsupdated: Tue Sep 28 2010 14:57:00

The corporate glass ceiling has been cracked, but the number of women breaking through it is largely stagnant, according to a government report released Tuesday.

Same-sex marriage is about equality, not religionupdated: Mon Sep 06 2010 13:34:00

I am a product of the "The Black Church." It shaped me into who I am today: a Christian pastor aware of God's amazing grace and love.

GAO: Information logjam leaves U.S. more vulnerable to cyberattackupdated: Mon Aug 16 2010 21:43:00

The public and private sector are not doing enough to share information that could help prevent a catastrophic cyberattack on the nation's critical infrastructure, according to a report by the General Accountability Office released on Monday.

Probe finds questionable marketing practices at for-profit collegesupdated: Wed Aug 04 2010 20:01:00

Mike DiGiacomo graduated with a graphics design degree from Gibbs College, owing more than $30,000 in federal student loans and tens of thousands of dollars in private student loans -- a sum he's finding almost impossible to pay off with his $31,000-a-year job at a FedEx Office store in a Boston, Massachusetts, suburb.

Dashed dreams and a mound of debtupdated: Wed Aug 04 2010 20:01:00

A government investigation finds some colleges deceive students with dishonest recruiting. CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports.

GAO: Airline delays down 6 percent from 2007updated: Thu May 27 2010 09:57:00

Flight delays decreased 6 percent from 2007 to 2009, largely because airlines put fewer planes in the sky because of the recession, according to a study by the Government Accountability Office.

GAO uncovers fraud, abuse at Head Start centersupdated: Tue May 18 2010 14:26:00

Staff members at eight Head Start centers manipulated income information given to them by undercover applicants so that the applicants would get benefits they were not qualified for, according to a Government Accountability Office report being released Tuesday.

CNNMoney: Avoid deceptive debt-settlement companiesupdated: Mon May 03 2010 11:10:00

The Better Business Bureau is out with a new warning: beware of some debt settlement companies.

Money Magazine: Is a reverse mortgage right for you?updated: Tue Sep 01 2009 06:15:00

On the face of it, a reverse mortgage sounds like a no-lose deal for older homeowners. A lender gives you what amounts to a cash advance on your home equity -- no minimum income or credit score required. And you don't have to pay it back until you move or die, when the proceeds from the house sale typically will be used to close out the loan. But in fact, reverse mortgages have some serious drawbacks. Here's what you need to know.

VA workers given millions in bonuses as vets await checksupdated: Sat Aug 22 2009 04:24:00

While hundreds of thousands of disability claims lay backlogged at the Department of Veterans Affairs, thousands of technology employees at the department received $24 million in bonuses, a new report says.

Testers smuggle bomb parts into buildings; official takes blameupdated: Wed Jul 08 2009 20:01:00

A contrite head of the Federal Protective Service took the blame Wednesday for security lapses that allowed covert investigators to sneak bomb components into 10 federal government buildings.

Guards fail federal bomb testsupdated: Wed Jul 08 2009 20:01:00

Government investigators successfully snuck bomb components past guards into federal buildings. Brian Todd reports.

ATF, ICE join forces to stop border gun trafficupdated: Tue Jun 30 2009 19:50:00

The two federal agencies most responsible for stemming the flow of firearms to Mexico agreed Tuesday to improve cooperation after they were sharply criticized by a congressional report for lack of coordination.

GAO report: Special-needs kids abused in schoolsupdated: Wed May 20 2009 10:37:00

Congressional auditors have uncovered widespread abuse of techniques used to restrain or discipline special-education students in U.S. schools, with some deaths linked to the practices, a top congressman says.

Drought parches much of the U.S., may get worseupdated: Tue Feb 24 2009 17:26:00

Marjorye Heeney knew something was wrong when she saw a bulging cloud of black dust darken the sky.

CNNMoney: Keeping stimulus spending on a leashupdated: Mon Dec 15 2008 13:10:00

A better recipe for disaster hardly seems possible: Allow politicians to take billions of dollars of your money and dole it out to other politicians, who then give it to other government administrators. All of whom ask you to trust that the funds will be spent wisely.

CNNMoney: Auto bailout ABCsupdated: Thu Dec 11 2008 17:52:00

With a bailout bill floating through Congress, America's automakers are hoping for a lifeline from Uncle Sam that could help them hold on until the summer.

Report: Voting problems in several swing statesupdated: Thu Sep 18 2008 16:34:00

A new Government Accountability Office report on voting system testing finds that the Election Assistance Commission has not notified election officials across the country about electronic voting machine failures.

CNNMoney: Pentagon will reopen $35B contractupdated: Wed Jul 09 2008 12:37:00

The Pentagon will reopen bidding Wednesday for one of the largest contracts in military history, Sen. Richard Shelby, Republican of Alabama, said in a statement on his Web site. Nursing Home 5-Star Rank Proposedupdated: Wed Jun 18 2008 17:00:00

The U.S. has five-star rankings for restaurants and hotels. So why not five-star rankings for nursing homes?

New technology, rules aim to ease air travel aggravationupdated: Mon Apr 28 2008 20:44:00

The Department of Homeland Security unveiled measures Monday aimed at easing the aggravation associated with air travel, including new screening machines, clearer standards for identification, and a new effort to keep travelers from falsely being identified as potential terrorists.

Break free from wallet-squeezing feesupdated: Fri Apr 11 2008 10:35:00

Terri Lovin and her husband, Harold, may have had the world's most expensive pizza ... at $117 a pie. No, it's not gourmet dining. A cashier charged the couple twice for the $22.50 pizza.

Stolen military items for sale onlineupdated: Thu Apr 10 2008 21:40:00

Sensitive and stolen U.S. military items are being sold on eBay and Craigslist, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office.

CNNMoney: Americans in the dark over bank feesupdated: Mon Mar 03 2008 18:26:00

When you fork over $36 billion, it stands to reason that you should know exactly what you're paying for.

Report raises terrorism concerns for nuclear research reactorsupdated: Wed Feb 13 2008 12:04:00

The federal agency charged with safeguarding nuclear reactors has underestimated the potential for terrorists to attack small research reactors on college campuses as well as the potential impact of such attacks, congressional investigators said in a report released Tuesday.

GAO concerned with safety at nuclear weapon labsupdated: Wed Nov 28 2007 20:08:00

The nation's three nuclear weapons laboratories have had almost 60 serious accidents or near misses in the past seven years, according to a report released Wednesday by the Government Accountability Office.

Thousands mistakenly allowed past U.S. border, source saysupdated: Tue Nov 06 2007 09:06:00

Government watchdogs have found that thousands of people who shouldn't have been admitted to the United States were mistakenly allowed in last year because of security lapses at legal border crossings.

Money Magazine: Don't fear the boomerupdated: Wed Oct 24 2007 09:40:00

Question: I'm 30 years old and invest regularly in my 401(k). So far, my account has been doing well, but I wonder whether that might change when retiring baby boomers stop making investment contributions and begin taking money out of their retirement accounts. Are we in for a bump down the road when the boomers retire? - Jason, Salt Lake City, Utah

CNNMoney: Cable TV reassures viewers about digital offerupdated: Thu Sep 06 2007 00:23:00

The cable television industry has launched a $200 million advertising campaign to assure customers they will still be able to watch their favorite programs after the transition to digital broadcasting. Study Faults Homeland Securityupdated: Thu Sep 06 2007 00:00:00

The Homeland Security Department has failed to meet even half of its performance expectations in the four years it has been in existence, congressional auditors concluded

Workplace flexibility revives employees, in and out of the officeupdated: Tue Jul 31 2007 22:40:00

Juggling work, family, friends and community may seem sometimes like an impossible task. A flexible work schedule may be one solution to a better work-life balance.

Flex-time, time off: Who's getting these perks?updated: Sun Jul 01 2007 21:54:00

Employees at the Seattle office of the U.S. Government Accountability Office know that they have to put in 80 hours of work every two weeks.

CNNMoney: Flex-time, time off - who's getting these perksupdated: Sun Jun 24 2007 21:11:00

Employees at the Seattle office of the U.S. Government Accountability Office know that they have to put in 80 hours of work every two weeks. But they can configure those hours pretty much how they'd like, with the exception of the one day a week their managers require all employees to be at the office at the same time.

Fortune: The new Salem witch trialsupdated: Tue May 29 2007 17:43:00

Gasoline prices hit an all time high of $3.227 a gallon just before the Memorial Day holiday, and once again, Congress has taken the easy way out. Instead of doing anything substantive about the United States' unquenchable thirst for gasoline, it has gone searching for phony villains - and found them in the personage of mysterious "price gougers."

CNNMoney: Watch out for hidden 401(k) feesupdated: Tue Mar 06 2007 09:27:00

It's tough enough to save for retirement without having to worry about hidden fees in your 401(k).

CNNMoney: Watch out for ballooning credit-card feesupdated: Mon Oct 23 2006 11:52:00

Americans are drowning in credit card debt - over $5,000 on average. And credit card companies aren't helping the situation.

CNNMoney: Credit card fees head higherupdated: Tue Oct 17 2006 13:26:00

Late fees and penalty interest rates continue to charge higher, according to a recent report from the Government Accountability Office.

Report: Border guards failed to detect fake IDsupdated: Wed Aug 02 2006 09:17:00

They carried fake IDs and used phony names. But the ne'er-do-wells -- actually plain-clothed government investigators -- were able to get into the United States anyway.

Report: VA not doing enough to protect dataupdated: Wed Jun 14 2006 19:02:00

The Department of Veterans Affairs has not done enough to protect its data in the four years since it was first warned of problems, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office.

Fortune: Let's Do Immigration Rightupdated: Mon May 01 2006 00:01:00

THE BOILING DEBATE over the economics of immigration may give you an eerie sense of déjà vu, and no wonder: Its superheated rhetoric recalls the polarized and exaggerated arguments over open trade ...

Fortune: Let's do immigration rightupdated: Tue Apr 18 2006 07:23:00

The boiling debate over the economics of immigration may give you an eerie sense of déjà vu, and no wonder: Its superheated rhetoric recalls the polarized and exaggerated arguments over open trade and globalization in the 1990s.

CNNMoney: Missed tax deductionsupdated: Mon Mar 13 2006 11:12:00

Did you pay too much in taxes last year? Millions of Americans did last year, according to a government report.

US eyes video visasupdated: Mon Feb 27 2006 10:18:00

In a post-9/11 world where immigration processes are governed by security concerns, seeking visas for business travel ventures can be a bureaucratic nightmare.

Money Magazine: Congressman calls for title-insurance investigationupdated: Fri Feb 24 2006 11:41:00

Congressman Michael Oxley says something stinks in the title-insurance industry. The chairman of the Financial Services Committee is calling for an investigation into the companies that sell insurance to insure the legal transfer of ownership from sellers to buyers.

CNNMoney: New coins to roll out ex-presidentsupdated: Fri Dec 16 2005 07:21:00

Coin collectors can look forward to a new series of gold-colored dollar coins depicting portraits of former presidents, according to a report published Friday.

CNNMoney: Soldier exploitationupdated: Fri Nov 11 2005 10:04:00

More details about the abuse of soldiers from misleading and overpriced insurance ploys will be reported by a government auditor next week, according to people who have seen the report.

CNNMoney: Do cigarette taxes really work?updated: Tue Jul 12 2005 12:11:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Many states have been hiking cigarette taxes for years, claiming that they discourage smoking and contribute much-needed tax revenues to state coffers.

Fortune: THE PENTAGON: YEARS LATE AND BILLIONS SHORTupdated: Mon May 02 2005 00:01:00

The Pentagon has come a long way from its '80s splurges on $435 hammers, but it still has a ways to go, according to a recent report by the General Accountability Office. For the 26 programs the GA...

CNNMoney: Congress tries again for a dollar coinupdated: Wed Apr 27 2005 09:26:00

Like lemmings rushing into the fjords, Congress cannot seem to resist a leap into the dollar-coin money pit.

Key provisions: U.S. intelligence reform billupdated: Wed Dec 08 2004 19:46:00

Here are some of the key provisions of the intelligence reform bill that finally made it through Congress Tuesday:

Fortune: By The Numbersupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

The latest corporate tax bill--passed by Congress in early October and stuffed with $137 billion in tax breaks--will bring the business community's share of the national tax burden to its lowest le...

CNNMoney: Getting the most from your homeupdated: Wed Mar 31 2004 11:44:00

Buying a home brings all kinds of joys -- the satisfaction of not paying a landlord, the pleasure of having your own space -- and best of all, the tax deduction.

Saddam's illegal oil profits higher than estimated, U.S. saysupdated: Thu Mar 18 2004 17:12:00

Saddam Hussein's regime made billions of dollars more than originally estimated from the United Nations' Oil for Food program and smuggling, the General Accounting Office said Thursday.

CNNMoney: U.S. may clamp down on car donationsupdated: Wed Jan 14 2004 10:38:00

Uncle Sam may begin playing repo man when it comes to Americans donating their old cars to charity.

FSB: Getting Shelvedupdated: Wed Nov 01 2000 00:01:00

John Kerry can relate. The Democratic senator from Massachusetts is also a former small business man who ran his own bakery at Boston's Faneuil Hall Market. So when the following tale was told at a...

Fortune: Hypester Yardeni is Y2KO'dupdated: Mon Jan 24 2000 00:01:00

For more than two years, Ed Yardeni, Deutsche Bank's chief economist, has been Wall Street's biggest Y2K agitator. His forecast--that Y2K had a 70% chance of causing a global recession this year--a...

Money Magazine: D.C. Tag Sale How to make Washington work: Privatize, privatize, privatize.updated: Mon Mar 01 1999 00:01:00

With all the lurid tales coming out of Washington, D.C. these days, a bit of good news got scant attention earlier this year: The Clinton Administration is reportedly considering raising $2.5 billi...

Money Magazine: Why Borrowing From Your 401(k) Can Be Costlyupdated: Wed Apr 01 1998 00:01:00

If after reading the previous story you feel emboldened to finance your next big-ticket purchase, your thoughts may turn to a pretty alluring lender: yourself. After all, it's likely that your 401(...

Money Magazine: WE'RE PAYING $2 MILLION A YEAR TO FEED OUR 100 SENATORSupdated: Sat Nov 01 1997 00:01:00

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but our U.S. senators get pretty close to it. According to a recent audit by the General Accounting Office, last year the Senate dining facilities lost a...

Money Magazine: A BACKLASH BUILDS AGAINST BANKS' NEW ATM FEE-FOR-ALLupdated: Tue Apr 01 1997 00:01:00

In December, MONEY reported on an alarming trend: bankers charging so-called convenience fees of 50 to $2 to other banks' customers who withdraw money from their ATMs. Since our article, even more ...

Money Magazine: STERN TALK ON SAVINGS FROM BILL BRADLEYupdated: Sat Oct 01 1994 00:01:00

As chairman of the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Deficits, Debt Management and Long-Term Economic Growth, Sen. Bill Bradley (D-N.J.) plans to make retirement savings a top priority in the 104th Co...

Money Magazine: COMING UP updated: Wed Jun 01 1994 00:01:00

CRACKDOWN ON ROGUE BROKERS Two reports setting the stage for stiff legislation are due June 24. Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.), chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, has ordered the Sec...

Fortune: DON'T PANIC ABOUT YOUR PENSION -- YET Despite the rhetoric of crisis, the pension insurance system can meet its obligations for updated: Mon Apr 18 1994 00:01:00

BY NOW, you must have heard that there is another crisis brewing of savings and loan-like proportions, this one in the nation's private pension system. Thousands of corporate plans do not have enou...

Fortune: ECONOMIC INTELLIGENCE DOCKING THE UNEMPLOYEDupdated: Mon Nov 15 1993 00:01:00

Recessions hurt everyone. But for the jobless, the past recession's sting was especially acute: A smaller percentage received unemployment benefits than in most previous recessions. The General Acc...

Fortune: KEEP YOUR BROKER HONEST He probably is already. But to strengthen your position, a securities attorney offers updated: Mon Oct 25 1993 00:01:00

HAPPY WITH your broker? Probably. The market has been good to most investors over the past 11 years, and odds are you're dealing with a well-trained and ethical professional who takes his job serio...

Money Magazine: Temporary jobs; on-line investing tips; the Bushes' new house; car alarms TO GET TELEPHONE HELP FROM UNCLE SAM, TRY AND TRY AGAIupdated: Wed Sep 01 1993 00:01:00

After a recent study by the General Accounting Office (GAO) showed that Social Security's toll-free hotline is less than a ringing success -- the GAO's calls went unanswered 56% of the time -- MONE...

Money Magazine: HOW TO MAKE MANAGED CARE WORK FOR YOUupdated: Thu Apr 01 1993 00:01:00

While traditional fee-for-service plans sometimes give doctors an incentive to prescribe more treatment than is necessary, many managed-care plans actually have an incentive to undertreat you -- si...

Money Magazine: Consuming ourhome equity updated: Tue Oct 01 1991 00:01:00

A sharp rise in tax-deductible home-equity and second-mortgage loans has contributed to a dramatic decline in the equity that Americans hold in their homes, as the charts above show. Indeed, the eq...

Fortune: WILL THE FDIC RUN OUT OF MONEY? There's a good chance that it will. But by taking the right steps now, Washington can ensure thaupdated: Mon Oct 08 1990 00:01:00

IS AN S&L-SIZE DISASTER brewing among America's commercial banks? With banks already failing at the highest rate since the Great Depression, both the Congressional Budget Office and the General Acc...

Fortune: THE S&L BAILOUT: HOW MUCH, REALLY?updated: Mon Aug 27 1990 00:01:00

The Treasury Department, which last summer put a $73 billion pricetag on the S&L disaster, has increased its estimate to between $90 billion and $130 billion. Over the same period, the General Acco...

Money Magazine: GIVE YOURSELF A SOCIAL SECURITY CHECKUPupdated: Sun Apr 01 1990 00:01:00

New York Senator Daniel Moynihan's proposal to cut Social Security taxes provides an unpleasant reminder of the enormous bite that they take out of your paycheck: up to $3,924.45 this year if you e...

Fortune: A TIME BOMB FOR U.S. TAXPAYERS The government guarantees millions of mortgages, bonds, deposits, and student loans. These liabilupdated: Mon Oct 23 1989 00:01:00

TIRED OF worrying about America's budget deficit? Now you can start worrying about the vast sums that are not on the budget. Uncle Sam's off-budget guarantees will climb from $2.1 trillion in 1980 ...

Money Magazine: A WARNING SIGNAL ABOUT THE SAFETY OF YOUR PENSIONupdated: Sun Oct 01 1989 00:01:00

Are the top pension cops at the U.S. Department of Labor the modern-day equivalents of Paul Revere or of Chicken Little? The answer, which is still unclear, could determine whether all the 51 milli...

Money Magazine: YOU TELL US: WHY DOES MEDIGAP COST MORE?updated: Thu Jun 01 1989 00:01:00

With Medicare's new catastrophic coverage picking up more of the health-care tab for older Americans, you might think that medigap insurance -- the private policies that pay the portion of costs th...

Fortune: The terrible news about teeth, how to hire a criminal, a cheer for the sweatshops, and other matters. AND NOW, A KIND WORD FOR Supdated: Mon Oct 10 1988 00:01:00

One of these days a Congressman will stand in the well of the House and utter the truth about sweatshops, but no way does this person figure to come from the tenth district of New York. The tenth, ...

Fortune: A CREDIT CARD WITH NO LIMITupdated: Mon Aug 01 1988 00:01:00

What's the world's most expensive credit card? According to Congressman Joseph DioGuardi, a Republican from Westchester County, New York, it's the card by which Representatives electronically regis...

Fortune: Market reform, cont'dupdated: Mon Feb 15 1988 00:01:00

Congressmen more familiar with yeas and nays than with puts and calls are getting a ''crash'' course in the arcana of Black Monday. Their primer: the President's Brady Commission report. Among othe...

Money Magazine: HOW YOU CAN GET ALL YOU EARNED FROM SOCIAL SECURITYupdated: Fri Jan 01 1988 00:01:00

Forget for a moment the issue of Social Security's future solvency. Today the agency is facing a challenge over the accuracy of its records -- which ultimately determines whether you will get all t...

Fortune: Biggest boondoggle, biggest bailoutupdated: Mon Nov 23 1987 00:01:00

Few government programs have proved as benighted as the federal operation to enrich uranium for use as nuclear fuel in generating electricity. The effort has cost taxpayers billions and given them ...

Fortune: Panic in Pennsylvania, Hard-Core Job Corps Dubiety, The Case for Panty Raids, and Other Matters. Just Askingupdated: Mon Jun 09 1986 00:01:00

In which the present writer continues for some reason to propound long-winded interrogatories, the answers to which everybody knows, or if not we are in even bigger trouble than previously postulat...

Fortune: Mopping up the milk glutupdated: Mon Apr 28 1986 00:01:00

The United States is swimming in milk, and the Department of Agriculture wants to mop it up. In a sweeping offensive against overproduction, the department will spend $1.8 billion to help nearly 14...

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