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Exclusive: Brickell Key Woman Says Drone Spied On Her As She Breastfed

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Imagine you’re in the privacy of your own home — possibly in a compromising position — and you turn around and  see a drone just a few feet from you. 481 more words

News

GORDON CROVITZ: Obama’s Bungled Internet Surrender

Wall Street Journal — The group the White House favors for online oversight is turning into an abusive monopolist.

President Obama’s plan to give up protection of the open Internet is wreaking havoc even though it will probably never be carried out. 75 more words

Politics

CEO's Paychecks Getting the AFL-CIO Mad; Americans Didn't Whip Out Their Wallets Much in April; In: DuPont Proxy War, Out: Boxing

So what’s the problem?

The AFL-CIO is all worked up about CEO salaries and just how disproportionately higher they are than everybody else’s. The organization came out with a new report detailing all the juicy numbers found in an… 581 more words

Poking Holes in the Strong-Dollar Thesis

The dollar began its ascent against other major world currencies in mid-2014. The move higher was fast and furious, but the greenback ran into some resistance beginning in the middle of March. 780 more words

Market Commentary

Madison Asset Global Markets review week ending 30th April 2015

By Dominic Ruriga:

The US economy suffered a sluggish economic growth during the first 3 months of the year. Total economic output, also known as gross domestic product, expanded at a disappointing 0.2% annual rate in the first quarter, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. 470 more words

WILLIAM GALSTON: How the Vise on U.S. Wages Tightened

Wall Street Journal: China entered the global market and changed the game. American workers need and deserve a raise.

Every so often you run across a statistic that almost knocks you out of your chair. 84 more words

Economy