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Analysis: Veto power gives Obama edge on immigration
Cesar Reyes, 42, gets a haircut Wednesday at the Padre Chava migrant shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. Recently deported from Salt Lake City, Reyes was waiting to call his son about the birth of his third grandchild in Utah.
Did Obama overreach on immigration?  Los Angeles Times
Divisive immigration debate takes a new turn  Gainesville Times
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For the Best Black Friday Deals Where to Shop Depends on What You're Buying
With over 65% of Americans ready to spend their hard earned cash on Black Friday this year, is it really worth all the crazy for the deals?
List of Black Friday deals and discount for 2014 by WalletHub from Amazon ...  The Westside Story
Black Friday deals set to take off in 2014  State Column
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Central Banks in New Push to Prime Pump
Two major central banks moved Friday to pump up flagging global growth, sending stock markets soaring but raising new questions about the limitations of a seven-year effort to use monetary policy to address economic problems.
In Change of Strategy, China Cuts Interest Rate  New York Times
China's rate-cut likely to hurt banks, curb new loans to small borrowers  Reuters
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Alibaba Flippers Eke Out $11.5 Million Gain in Bond Debut
Bond investors who sold Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA)'s new long-term debt deal earned about $11.5 million in gains with most of the increase coming from the longest-dated securities.
Alibaba smashes Asian record  Reuters
Alibaba smashes Asian bond records  IFR Asia
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UK's First 'Poo Bus' Rides on Human Waste Fuel
Talk about a gas guzzler: a new bus in Britain runs on biomethane fuel produced by humans sewage and food waste. The Bio-Bus�or as it's more affectionately known, �the poo bus��can travel up to 186 miles on one tank of gas, which takes the annual ...
Poop bus fueled by human waste  USA TODAY
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Breaking; Federal Reserve set to crack down on big banks
New restrictions will aim at making it harder for Wall Street banks to make big bets in the commodities markets. Federal Reserve Bank governor Daniel K. Tarullo gave testimony on Nov. 21 that the central bank is preparing to unveil new restrictions aimed at ...
Fed To Review Its Own Oversight Of Big Banks  Daily Caller
Obama Administration Shielded Banks From Criminal Prosecution, Admits Top ...  Headlines & Global News
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Holiday Travel to Kick Off Next Week, Records Expected on the Road
It's not Thanksgiving quite yet but already drivers are taking to the roadways and they seem to be having a rough go of things.
Increase forecast for holiday travel  Livingston Daily
Holiday motorists this year can be thankful for lower gas prices  The Herald-Times (subscription)
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Unemployment rate in San Bernardino County remains at 7.7 percent
The unemployment rate in San Bernardino County remained at 7.7 percent in October, the same as it was the previous month, according to data released Nov. 21 by the California Employment Development Department.
Ohio's unemployment decreases again  Beta Wired
34 US States Experiencing Unemployment Rate Drop for October  WallStreet OTC
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BART's Oakland Airport shuttle gets rave reviews
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Long-awaited Oakland airport connector opens  Chron.com
BART opens new train line to Oakland airport  Los Angeles Times
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Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov: West trying to 'secure regime change'
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov panned Western sanctions on Moscow during a Friday meeting with the advisory Foreign and Defense Policy Council, Reuters reports.
Russian foreign minister warns western sanctions aimed at forcing ' ...  Business Standard
Russia says West is seeking regime change  Sydney Morning Herald
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