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  • Four job trends for 2013

    With unemployment still high, many Americans are looking to find a job, change careers, or update their skills. Here are four trends for 2013 that can help you make smart career moves.

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  • Target credit monitoring? Breaches don't change shopper behavior. (+video)

    Target credit monitoring has been offered to customers after a major data breach at the retailer. Many Target shoppers are worried about their personal information, but they aren't taking steps like extra credit monitoring to ensure their data is more secure. 

  • Obamacare 101: Why the real deadline is Feb. 15 (+video)

    Under Obamacare, the uninsured have until March 31 to be covered and avoid paying a fine. But some technicalities mean that people may have to sign up a month and a half before that.

  • Obama would 'think about changing' Redskins name

    President Obama said team names, like the Washington Redskins, offend 'a sizable group of people,' wading into the controversy over the football team's name.

  • 'Shame on you!' Gun vote shamed by Obama, Giffords, Maisch

    'Shame' was the word of the day after the U.S. Senate failed to pass gun control legislation yesterday. A spectator in the gallery yelled out 'Shame on you!' while President Obama referred to the vote as 'pretty shameful' and Rep. Gabby Giffords wrote 'Shame on them' in an op-ed about the senators.

  • Four job trends for 2013

    With unemployment still high, many Americans are looking to find a job, change careers, or update their skills. Here are four trends for 2013 that can help you make smart career moves.

  • GOP governors waver on Obamacare

    Republican governors like Rick Scott in Florida, and Chris Christie in New Jersey, are struggling on how to handle President Barack Obama's remake of the health insurance market. While some have said they won't set up state-run exchanges, others say they're open to having a 'conversation.'

  • Even skeptics now warming to climate change, says new poll

    Global warming skeptics - those who don't trust scientists - are increasingly believers in climate change, says an AP-Gfk poll. Among skeptics,  61 percent now say temperatures have been rising over the past 100 years. That's up from 47 percent in 2009.

  • Why Obama's approval rating is rising

    President Obama's approval rating rose to 57 percent - up 5 percent since the election, and the highest since May 2011 after the Osama bin Laden raid, according to a new AP/Gfk poll. Most say Obama can help improve the economy.

  • Racial attitudes have not improved in the four years since Obama took office

    A poll by the Associated Press shows that although America elected its first black president, after four years racial prejudice against blacks and hispanics has increased slightly.

  • Confusing polls: Has Mitt Romney closed the gender gap or not?

    Mitt Romney has caught up to President Obama among women voters in one poll, but has fallen further behind in another. The truth is unclear, but Obama needs to hold his ground.