Young Exurbs

October 8, 2013
The Dutch government’s plan to trim tax deductions for pension contributions ran into obstacles after the opposition-controlled Senate demanded amendments to the bill, a move that risks derailing 2.9 billion euros ($3.9 billion) in austerity measures.
October 8, 2013
The cabinet's plan to reform the corporate pension system are under fire on Tuesday during a debate in the senate, or upper house.
October 4, 2013
At age 14 Miyouki Jego moved away from home—leaving her family behind—to pursue her love of ballet.
October 3, 2013
Republicans’ prospects for retaking the Senate may be hurt by House-driven government shutdown.
October 1, 2013
A strong majority of National Journal's National Security Insiders say Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's recent outreach to the U.S. and his claim that he has sufficient political latitude to negotiate on the country's nuclear program are genuine.
September 30, 2013
A strong majority of National Journal's National Security Insiders say Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's recent outreach to the U.S. and his claim that he has sufficient political latitude to negotiate on the country's nuclear program are genuine.
September 27, 2013
JUST what have Stoke City done to upset Norwich fans? We have been searching for moments caught on camera from the Potters' first 150 years and here's some fantastic clips PETER SMITH has unearthed ahead of Sunday's Premier League meetings at the Britannia Stadium. If there is a certain snobbery coming out of the land of mustard, maybe we can find out why. 1) There is an irony that a song ...
September 17, 2013
Three-quarters of National Journal's National Security Insiders say Syria cannot be trusted to give up its chemical weapons, despite the plan to transfer Syria's massive chemical stockpile to international control, where it can be destroyed.
September 16, 2013
A former San Antonio social worker, Rodriguez said he is seeking election because the current GOP-led Congress is taking America down the wrong path by favoring big business over the working class. A compromise congressional map approved by a federal court placed Rodriguez's home and political base back in the 23rd Congressional District, prompting his decision to run for his former seat ...
September 14, 2013
A former San Antonio social worker, Rodriguez said he is seeking election because the current GOP-led Congress is taking America down the wrong path by favoring big business over the working class. A compromise congressional map approved by a federal court placed Rodriguez's home and political base back in the 23rd Congressional District, prompting his decision to run for his former seat ...