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Enrique Peña Nieto asked a watchdog agency to look into the purchase of homes by himself, his wife, and his finance minister from contractors who were then awarded lucrative construction projects.
Tucked into the president's budget Monday was a little extra something something for the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Specifically, it allocated a couple of million dollars to let them fold what's called "the quits rate" — people leaving their jobs in search of greener pastures — into the monthly data.
It'll let us talk about even more jobs stuff every month.
Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen looks at it pretty closely too. So there's that.
Carson, who is considering a run for president, tells NPR that science has proven the efficacy of vaccines, so "why would you even think about not doing it?"
Alberta's leader is in Washington to lobby Congress and the administration to push ahead with the controversial pipeline.
An expert panel says white potatoes "contribute useful quantities of potassium and fiber" to our diets. Reversing itself, the panel says spuds should be included in WIC, a food aid program.
Should kids get the measles vaccine or should parents be given a choice? Potential 2016 presidential candidates weigh in, and their views are all over the place.