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Crime Falls As U.S. Locks Up Fewer People, Attorney General Holder Says
For the first time in more than 40 years, both the overall crime rate and the overall incarceration rate have fallen by around 10 percent in a roughly five-year span, the attorney general says.
Insurance Brokers Key To Kentucky's Obamacare Success
Many brokers feared the new federal health law would make them obsolete. But more than 40 percent of people who signed up for insurance via Kentucky's state exchange used a broker. WINDOWS
Big Sponsors May Find It Hard To Break Up With The NFL
Companies like Anheuser-Busch pay hundreds of millions to be identified with the NFL's aura. The last thing they want is to be associated with scandal, but it might be financially tough to walk away. WINDOWS
Nobelist Muhammad Yunus: Be A Go-Getter, Not A Job Getter
The founding father of "microcredit" is helping to judge a contest with maxidollars: the Clinton Global Initiative's Hult Prize, granting $1 million to a new business idea that'll help the poor.
Move To Curb U.S. Corporate Tax Dodges Could Delay Reform
Business and consumer groups say Congress needs to reform taxes, but few expect change soon. In fact, Treasury's tweaks to tax law may diminish the political will to address broader tax reform.