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Dr. Alveda King: You can still become somebody in America

Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on the election, President Obama and the American dream.

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  1. Apple taking a bite of Beats Electronics?

    The Wall Street Journal’s Veronica Dagher on Apple’s possible deal with Beats Electronics.

  2. April jobs report: big gains in hiring, shrinking labor force

    Captive-Aire Systems President Bob Luddy, Slavic Group President John Slavic and Nipro Diagnostics CEO Scott Verner weigh in on the April jobs report, unemployment rate, labor force participation and youth employment.

  3. Forbes’ list of the world’s richest people

    Forbes' wealth editor Luisa Kroll breaks down the list of the world’s richest people.

  4. Obama Pledges Steps to Help Savers, Spur Manufacturing

    President Barack Obama vowed on Tuesday to bypass a divided Congress and take action on his own to bolster America's middle class in a State of the Union speech that...

  5. You're Going to be a Better Boss this Year. Here's How

    When it comes to leaving a job, most workers are really quitting a boss, not their position.Losing an employee is never good for an employer: it can disrupt producti...

  6. Income Analysis Shows Widening Gap

    As Americans continue to climb out of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, many experts are taking note of a widening gap between the "haves" and ...

  7. Obama Calls For Action To Stem Income Inequality

    President Barack Obama on Wednesday said the federal government must combat growing income inequality and the lack of upward mobility. "We can make a difference on t...

  8. Your Zip Code: Way More than Numbers

    So in the land of opportunity, where is the opportunity?According to Opportunity Nation, a non-profit based in Cambridge, Mass. that is focused on improving economic...

  9. Are You Working at a Dead-End Job?

    Americans spend more than half of their waking hours at work, yet according to recent data, more than 70% of workers are professionally disengaged.Being "checked out...

  10. Is There Morality in Personal Finance?

    A while back, my blogger friend and fellow GRS writer Holly Johnson wrote about  a healthy dose of lifestyle inflation . In that article, someone made a side point t...

  11. Full Text: Obama Details Plan to Create 'Thriving Middle Class'

    Eight years ago, I came here to deliver the commencement address for the class of 2005.  Things were a little different back then.  I didn't have any gray hair, for ...

  12. Barriers to homeownership dividing Britain, youth say -survey

    Most young Britons say rising barriers to home ownership are dividing the country socially and economically, and one in five has abandoned the dream of ever owning a...

  1. Ben Stein: Republicans have their work cut out for them

    Former President Nixon and President Ford speechwriter Ben Stein on the midterm elections.

  2. Sen. Lee: American people are rejecting Obama’s message

    Sen. Mike Lee, (R-Utah), on the midterm elections and the Republican message.

  3. Social media effect on midterms

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Republican Strategist Dee Dee Benkie and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on what Facebook users see as the biggest issues for the midterm elections.

  4. Impact of immigration policy on the tech sector

    ‘Outsourcing America’ author Ron Hira on the Obama Administration’s immigration policy.

  5. Varney: Taxing the rich has hurt middle America

    FBN’s Stuart Varney on President Obama’s ‘tax-the-rich’ policies and corporate tax rates.

  6. Labor participation hit 30-year low despite more jobs added

    LaSalle Network President Tom Gimbel on the June jobs report and the labor participation rates.

  7. Seattle’s minimum wage: Pro or con to the economy?

    The Mensa panel weighs on what makes America great and Seattle’s new $15 minimum wage.

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