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BBC sorry for ‘Queen is dead’ radio joke

LONDON (AFP) – The BBC apologized “unreservedly” Tuesday after a radio presenter jokingly announced that Queen Elizabeth II had died. Disc jockey Danny Kelly, 39, played the national anthem “God Save The Queen” and told listeners he had an important announcement to make before saying: “Queen Elizabeth II has now…

Obama is biggest recipient of BP’s political action cash in the last 20 years

President Barack Obama is the biggest recipient of BP political action committee donations of any political candidate in the last 20 years, according to the Center for Responsive Politics and an analysis published Wednesday by Politico. Obama’s take from the company whose drilling site is leaking tens of thousands of…

In wake of ruling, Wall Street CEOs form conservative ‘action tank’

A group that includes some of the wealthiest Republican CEOs on Wall Street have formed a group to take advantage of new fundraising possibilities for the GOP.…

Chamber of Commerce against closing locks to keep out carp

Plans to keep an invasive fish species, the Asian carp, out of Lake Michigan by closing two locks on a canal running to the Mississippi River have run into opposition from the Illinois Chamber of Commerce and other business lobbying groups. Michigan’s attorney general has filed suit to close off…

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