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Nov 30, 2022

On today's Front Page: President Biden and congressional Democrats moved with Republicans to impose a freight rail agreement on balky labor unions, personal injury law firms stand to make billions of dollars from Camp Lejeune lawsuits, and more.

Nov 29, 2022

On today's Front Page: President Biden is urging Congress to impose a labor agreement on railroad companies, geopolitical tensions will loom large when the Iranian and U.S. men’s soccer teams face off in the World Cup, and more.

Nov 28, 2022

On today's Front Page: A planned border fence to separate Finland from Russia looks to be a major geopolitical statement, small businesses could be shut out of government contracts because of compliance costs imposed under a proposed rule, and more.

Nov 25, 2022

On today's Front Page: An under-the-radar fight between the Biden administration and an independent Afghanistan inspector general will soon be thrust into the spotlight, the Commanders could be in for another rebrand under a new owner, and more.

Nov 23, 2022

On today's Front Page: Oil and gas leasing sales that fund the Great American Outdoors Act have slowed to a trickle, Democrats are set to benefit from early voting this Saturday in Georgia, and more.