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Union-busting battle spreads to more US states

CHICAGO – The battle against Republican attempts to undermine trade union rights is spreading with Democratic lawmakers fleeing the state of Indiana in a bid to block anti-union legislation, and workers’ rights protests swelling in the US Midwest. Trade unions are the biggest sources of financial and grass roots organizational…

Japan overtaken by China as No. 2 economy

TOKYO – Japan lost its 42-year ranking as the world’s second-biggest economy to China in 2010, with data on Monday showing a contraction in the last quarter due to weak consumer spending and a strong yen. While Japan was expected to fall behind a surging China in the year, the…

US view of Pakistan, Afghanistan at new low

WASHINGTON — US public perceptions of Pakistan and Afghanistan have sunk to new lows as the war campaign against Islamic extremism approaches its 10th year, a poll said Friday. Some 14 percent of Americans have a favorable view of Afghanistan and 82 percent hold a negative review, the Gallup poll…

Gallup poll shows largest GOP congressional lead of race

Republicans have taken the largest lead in the 2010 Congressional election cycle in a generic poll that tests would-be voters’ party loyalties. Gallup’s poll has shown the two parties neck and neck in recent days. But in a release today, the polling agency said they saw “Republicans moving back ahead…

The Untold Untold Story

Discounting that one weird Gallup Poll from last week, John McCain has not had a lead in any non-tracking poll since May 16th. You would think that a candidate unable to overtake his opponent for nearly three consecutive months would be a big story, but you’d also think that Miller…

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