On October 8th, when the new $100 dollar bills are released, ones with serial numbers between 00000001 and 00000100 could be worth thousands.
If you’re a federal employee on furlough it’s a sure bet the government shutdown is of keen interest. Nationwide the government is the largest employer.
This means the gridlock among lawmakers is of enormous concern for workers who are on track NOT to be paid when they would normally receive their next paycheck.
Since the shutdown at […]
House Speaker John Boehner is demanding that the White House and Democrats negotiate about ways to re-open the government and address criticisms of the president’s health care law.
(Programming note: Rep. Mark Takano (D) will join us live on Monday, October 7, on InstantRiverside.com Radio. Listen live Monday during the Noon hour.)
Statement from Congressman John […]
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The City of Riverside has an opportunity to make an infrastructure change on Brockton Avenue that would promote safety for all road users, facilitate healthier lifestyles for residents, lower noise and air pollution, and increase neighborhood quality of life and community cohesiveness.
Utilizing a CalTrans funding grant, the city proposes to restripe and […]
The Obama administration says the funding is designed to help the city hire more police and firefighters, and to demolish vacant houses in Detroit.
Kanye West started a Twitter feud with Jimmy Kimmel, posting multiple angry messages after the late night talk show host made a parody video of Kanye’s interview with BBC Radio 1.
It’s becoming more and more familiar. Once again politicians on Capitol Hill are going head to head over the federal budget and dealing with the nuances of Obamacare.
Any bill to raise the debt ceiling will likely spark another political showdown like in 2011 and 2012.
The national borrowing capacity will hit its limit again, no later than October 17, at which point it would have only about $30 billion in cash on hand.
Lawmakers must raise the $16.7 trillion debt limit in October, when […]
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz will have spent more than 20 hours speaking nearly nonstop on the Senate floor in protest of the federal health care law known as Obamacare.
Related news: Senator Cruz ultimately voted to open debate on the bill he argued against.
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J.P. Morgan Chase has offered to pay about $3 billion as it seeks to settle criminal and civil investigations by federal and state prosecutors into its mortgage-backed-securities activities.