Imperial Valley News Center
FTC Chairwoman Ramirez Testifies Before House Judiciary Subcommittee On Antitrust Enforcement and Priorities to Promote Competition and Protect Consumers
Washington, DC - In testimony presented to a U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary subcommittee the Federal Trade Commission described its ongoing efforts to promote competition that benefits consumers and businesses in key sectors of the economy.
Washington, DC - I am sad for the eight people and their families who died and the many others injured because of the recent Amtrak disaster. Tragedy can happen regardless of ownership. I wish we didn't own Amtrak.
Washington, DC - The U.S. is still a religious country despite a new report that there's been a nearly eight percent decline over the past seven years among those who hold religious beliefs. More than 70% of the population say they believe in God, according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center.
Imperial, California - (NAPSI) - Many Americans, especially the younger generations, tend to underestimate the risk of experiencing an illness or injury. Unfortunately, the chances of facing a disability are greater than most would want to believe. Research from Life Happens shows that one-third of Americans will experience a disability that will interfere with their ability to work at some point during their career.
Imperial, California - Car shopping may be easier than ever thanks to some surprising technology.
Imperial, California (NAPSI) - Graduation 2014 unleashed 1.6 million graduates into the workforce, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. While many of those recent graduates are already working, a large percentage are not. Either way, they all have something in common memories of a senior year full of stressful decisions.
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