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Businesses Help Guide Workers Down Path To Citizenship

Silicon Valley companies have launched a drive to provide citizenship services on-site to employees holding green cards. The belief is that such employees become more valuable workers.
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Report: Most Americans Not Putting Enough Away For Retirement

The stock market surge has given a lift to many retirement portfolios. But a new report finds that most Americans haven't saved nearly enough for the kind of retirement they expect.
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Decades Later, A Medal Of Honor For Hispanic-American Hero

President Obama will award Medals of Honor to two dozen soldiers on Tuesday. One of them is Santiago Erevia, who risked his life in 1969 when he charged four North Vietnamese bunkers.
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How The Cost Of College Went From Affordable To Sky-High

In the decades following World War II, many American families had a lot of help paying for a college education. But in the 1970s, inflation spiked and public policies began to change.
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In Ukraine, Sen. Durbin Says U.S. Is Ready To Provide Nonlethal Aid

David Greene talks to Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin of Illinois about his recent trip to Ukraine and U.S. options for dealing with the crisis in the wake of Sunday's referendum in Crimea.
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Calif. Fight Over Concealed Weapons Could Head To High Court

A federal court has thrown out a policy in San Diego that placed tight restrictions on who can carry concealed weapons in public. As other courts consider such rules, the Supreme Court could weigh in.
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Despite Setbacks, Bipartisan Support Remains For Colorado Exchange

Colorado spent years and millions of dollars creating its own health insurance marketplace. While enrollment hasn't met expectations, the backers of the exchange still support it.
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Investors Pool Money Online To Buy Real Estate

The crowdfunding trend — where people donate money through sites like Kickstarter to back projects — has grown quickly. Now investors are pooling their money online to buy real estate.
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Obamacare Enrollment Surges Past 5 Million

The deadline to sign up for health care through the federal exchanges is March 31. The Congressional Budget Office had projected 6 million would sign up by that date.
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GOP's Health Law Alternative Could Be Messy As Obamacare

The Republicans' proposals for an alternative to the Affordable Care Act, judging from the few details available, could threaten some of the health law's most popular features.

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