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SAN FRANCISCO, April 11- Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said the U.S. needs to fix a "strange" immigration policy that prevents promising but undocumented students from contributing to the country's future and doesn't provide enough visas for foreign workers with advanced skills.
WASHINGTON, March 24- President Barack Obama's plan to use federal agencies, and the Environmental Protection Agency in particular, to drive his second-term climate change agenda might be in peril if he cannot fill vacant seats on the federal court that has jurisdiction over major national regulations, legal experts say.
NEW YORK, March 21- The one thing pretty much all of us agree on is the importance of equal opportunity. That is why new economic research, released at a conference this week at the Brookings Institution in Washington, is so important.
The Washington Post plans to start charging for some digital content starting this summer, becoming one of the last major U.S. newspapers to do so.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
And I'm caught one more time Up on Cyprus Avenue -Van Morrison, "Cyprus Avenue"
March 18- The Washington Post plans to start charging for some digital content starting this summer, becoming one of the last major U.S. newspapers to reach into readers' wallets for new online revenue. Online readers of the Post will be required to pay a subscription fee after accessing 20 free articles per month.
The trend to social content-driven advertising and the collapse of direct-sold banner advertising is becoming increasingly evident.
An administration official said the report was not accurate because the EPA was still working on the rule.
WASHINGTON, March 15- U.S. environmental regulators will likely delay finalizing rules to limit carbon emissions from new power plants, a measure that has been one of President Barack Obama's top strategies to fight climate change, according to a report on Friday. The rules had been proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency nearly a year ago.
*Cabinet secretaries to visit China soon in separate visits. WASHINGTON, March 14- President Barack Obama took mounting U.S. concerns about computer hacking straight to China's president on Thursday in a sign of how seriously the United States takes the threat of cyber attacks emanating from China.
Meanwhile, Fortune magazine is creating Fortune-branded content "for marketers to distribute on their own platforms," AdWeek reports.
NEW YORK, March 8- Here's a novel way to address the problems caused by rising income inequality: give children the vote. One virtue of this iconoclastic idea, recently advanced by the Canadian economist Miles Corak, is that it sidesteps the usual partisan debates.
NEW YORK, March 5- About an hour after the Dow Jones industrial average hit a record high on Tuesday, Overland Park, Kansas- based financial adviser Brad Stratton got an e-mail from a client asking how she could "make hay while the sun shines." Stratton, a former Merrill Lynch broker who set up his own firm last year, said he's been fielding a lot of such calls lately.
FORT MEADE, Md., Feb 28- The U.S. Army private accused of providing secret documents to the WikiLeaks website pleaded guilty on Thursday to misusing classified material he felt "should become public," but denied the top charge of aiding the enemy.
MIAMI, Feb 28- Louis D. Brandeis, the American jurist, famously warned: "We may have democracy, or we may have wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both." But even in the United States, the country that thinks of itself as being the world's leading democracy, it turns out that those rights do not translate into much actual political power.
*Woodward critical of White House account on origin of cuts. WASHINGTON, Feb 28- A prominent Washington journalist said in interviews on Wednesday a senior White House official warned him he would "regret" publishing a story challenging the White House's account of how the idea for automatic spending cuts originated.
A subsidiary of Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, BH Media Group, said on Monday that it bought the 95,000 daily circulation Tuls time in Tulsa, Oklahoma- as he scours the United States for papers in small, community-focused markets.
Feb 25- The New York Times Co said on Monday that it was changing the name of the International Herald Tribune to the International New York Times, putting an end to a 40- year-old brand that served as the hometown paper for Americans living abroad.
*White House says law forces across-the-board cuts. WASHINGTON, Feb 24- With five days left before $85 billion is slashed from U.S. government budgets, the White House issued more dire warnings about the harm the cuts will do to Americans, breaking down the loss of jobs and services to each of the states.