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NBC wanted to be in bed with Jacko NBC made a written offer to pre-empt an investigative program into Mr. Jackson by "Dateline," an NBC News program, an offer that the Jackson side understood to mean the segment's cancellation, a senior Jackson adviser said, not just its indefinite postponement, as NBC insists.
Army Reserve chief fears retention crisis The head of the Army Reserve said Tuesday that the reserve force bureaucracy bungled the mobilization of soldiers for the war in Iraq, and gave them a "pipe dream" about how long they might have to remain there.
New overtime rule, loved by businesses, won't be delayed Labor Secretary Elaine L. Chao yesterday denied a public request by Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) to delay until September the department's business-backed plan to overhaul overtime rules. ..employers are spending $2 billion a year on "needless litigation" by workers seeking overtime pay.
Starving North Koreans executed for stealing food ..have been publicly executed for stealing food and have died of malnutrition in labor camps, Amnesty International said..
Suit filed over shared Northwest Airlines data ..being sued on behalf of passengers angered that the company shared passenger data with the government..
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