There is no way this merger should happen. GM is too big to fail now, they should be broken up not get bigger. The American tax payer should not be put in the position that we just got of.
I agree 100%, but Wal-mart needs to get rid of all confederate merchandise. They still will sell the books and movies like Gone with the wind. Movies like Gods and Generals will still be sold. Wal-Mart needs to stop selling all merchandise that deals with the confederacy, books and movies along with the flag. Make a real statement here.
Brazil is counting on an infrastructure program worth as much as 190 billion reais ($61 billion) to help pull Latin America’s largest economy from recession.
The U.S. home-building industry enjoyed its best two months in more than seven years as it headed into its busiest season, even as it began work on fewer houses last month following an April surge.
While the brave men and women of our Armed Forces are fighting overseas for our freedom, House Democrats voted in favor of giving themselves a pay raise instead of our troops.
President Obama and House Democrats are already putting our troops at risk with their dangerous foreign policy. Now they actually think that our troops don’t deserve a pay raise.
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A massive manhunt involving hundreds of law enforcement officers, hounds, roadblocks and helicopters was underway Sunday
Japan's economy grew at a faster pace than initially estimated in the January-March quarter, expanding at a 3.9% annual rate on stronger consumer and corporate spending.
Crude output from the prolific tight-rock formations such as North Dakota’s Bakken and Texas’s Eagle Ford shale will shrink 1.3 percent to 5.58 million barrels a day this month.
"We're 80 percent sure they are going to buy something. I think Paladin is the obvious choice given they are existing shareholders," he said, referring to the Australia-based uranium producer.