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What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Shutdown

What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Shutdown blogs.wsj.com 14 TWEETS

Will airports stay open? Can I get a passport? Will I get paid? Here we tell you what to expect from a partial government shutdown, drawing on agencies’ plans and information from the last time the government shut down in 1995 and 1996.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/09/28/what-to-expect-when-youre-expecting-a-shutdown/?mod=e2fb

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What to Expect When Expecting a Shut Down

What to Expect When Expecting a Shut Down blogs.wsj.com 234 TWEETS

Will airports stay open? Can I get a passport? Will I get paid? Here we tell you what to expect from a partial government shutdown, drawing on agencies’ plans and information from the last time the government shut down in 1995 and 1996.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/09/28/what-to-expect-when-youre-expecting-a-shutdown/

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Lew Meets Lawmakers, But No One Budges on Debt - Washington Wire - WSJ

Lew Meets Lawmakers, But No One Budges on Debt - Washington Wire - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 3 TWEETS

Lawmakers left a meeting with Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew Wednesday worried they were talking past each other.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/09/18/lew-meets-lawmakers-but-no-one-budges-on-debt/

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AIG's Benmosche and Miller on the Bonus Controversy and the Insurer's Turnaround - MoneyBeat - WSJ

AIG's Benmosche and Miller on the Bonus Controversy and the Insurer's Turnaround - MoneyBeat - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 153 TWEETS

In an interview, American International Group Inc. Chief Executive Robert Benmosche explains why he thought the treatment of some AIG employees was akin to abuses from the civil-rights era, and its nonexecutive chairman, Robert S. “Steve” Miller, confesse

blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2013/09/23/aigs-benmosche-and-miller-on-villains-turnarounds-and-those-bonuses/

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Cruz Sets Confrontational Tone as Senate Debate Begins // Over his head or a new star?

Cruz Sets Confrontational Tone as Senate Debate Begins // Over his head or a new star? blogs.wsj.com 544 TWEETS

The Senate plunged into debate over legislation to fund the government while cutting of money for the new health care law, with both sides accusing the other of threatening to bring about a government shutdown.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/09/23/cruz-sets-confrontational-tone-as-senate-debate-begins/?mod=WSJ_hpp_MIDDLE_Video_second

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Washington Sees Incomes Soar as Most of U.S. Declines

Washington Sees Incomes Soar as Most of U.S. Declines blogs.wsj.com 144 TWEETS

American incomes have tumbled over the last decade. But for many in Washington, D.C., it’s been something of a party.

blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/09/19/washington-sees-incomes-soar-as-most-of-u-s-declines/?mod=WSJ__MIDDLENexttoWhatsNewsThird

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Pentagon Suspends IED Group’s Twitter Account

Pentagon Suspends IED Group’s Twitter Account blogs.wsj.com 37 TWEETS

The Pentagon suspended the Twitter account of its counter-IED group after the organization sent out a tweet Wednesday that appeared to make light of a terror attack in the Philippines.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/09/18/pentagon-suspends-ied-groups-twitter-account/

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Panera Bread CEO trying to live on food stamps ($4.50 per day): “I can’t even go into a Panera.”

Panera Bread CEO trying to live on food stamps ($4.50 per day): “I can’t even go into a Panera.” blogs.wsj.com 270 TWEETS

Ron Shaich is trying to eat for $4.50 a day, the average amount given to individuals in the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). It’s not going well

blogs.wsj.com/corporate-intelligence/2013/09/17/a-lot-of-carbs-panera-ceo-learns-to-live-on-4-50-a-day/

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Once Wary GCC Governments Warm to Social Media - Middle East Real Time - WSJ

Once Wary GCC Governments Warm to Social Media - Middle East Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 21 TWEETS

The extent to which social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook have played a role in the political events shaping the Arab World since 2011 is still subject to debate, but some of the region's governments that appeared at first to be caught by su

blogs.wsj.com/middleeast/2013/09/03/once-wary-gcc-governments-warm-to-social-media/

Rodman Returns for Round Two in Pyongyang - Korea Real Time - WSJ

Rodman Returns for Round Two in Pyongyang - Korea Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 22 TWEETS

Dennis Rodman, former NBA rebounding champion, is heading back to Pyongyang for his second visit in the past six months—perhaps to rescue detained U.S. citizen Kenneth Bae.

blogs.wsj.com/korearealtime/2013/09/03/rodman-returns-for-round-two-in-pyongyang/

Microsoft Explored Nokia Deal in June - Digits - WSJ

Microsoft Explored Nokia Deal in June - Digits - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 2 TWEETS

News that Microsoft is buying most of Nokia's business broke unexpectedly late last night, but the deal isn't exactly a surprise. The two companies were close to uniting earlier this summer.

blogs.wsj.com/digits/2013/09/03/microsoft-explored-nokia-deal-in-june/

Technology

Google Given Pentagon Jet Fuel in Return For All of your Data

Google Given Pentagon Jet Fuel in Return For All of your Data blogs.wsj.com 28 TWEETS

Top Google executives seem to have a penchant for travel on their private jet fleet to exotic locales in the Pacific Ocean, such as Tahiti, Palau, Fiji and Kiritimati, also known as Christmas Island

blogs.wsj.com/corporate-intelligence/2013/09/13/google-execs-have-developed-a-taste-for-pacific-islands/

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Transcript: Obama Says He Will Seek Approval From Congress on Syria - Washington Wire - WSJ

Transcript: Obama Says He Will Seek Approval From Congress on Syria - Washington Wire - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 42 TWEETS

President Barack Obama said Saturday he is prepared to order military action against Syria, but said he would first seek approval from Congress before ordering any strikes. Here is the text of his remarks.

blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/08/31/transcript-obama-says-he-will-seek-approval-from-congress-on-syria/

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Some 95% of 2009-2012 Income Gains Went to Wealthiest 1% - Real Time Economics - WSJ

Some 95% of 2009-2012 Income Gains Went to Wealthiest 1% - Real Time Economics - WSJ blogs.wsj.com 88 TWEETS

Research released this month shows that the incomes of the well-off have largely climbed back from the toll of the most recent recession while those of the poor have yet to start recovering.

blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/09/10/some-95-of-2009-2012-income-gains-went-to-wealthiest-1/?mod=e2tw

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