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NYC school bus strike: Who is to blame?

The walkout, which started on Jan. 16 after the city endangered the job security of 8,800 public school bus drives by opening up bidding for contracts with private companies, has evolved into a battle with no clear end in sight.Full story

Britons' finances take smallest hit since Dec 2010: poll

LONDON (Reuters) - Britons reported the smallest deterioration in their finances in 20 months in August, as their debt levels stopped rising and fears of being laid off eased, suggesting that consumers could yet be in the mood to help pull the economy out of recession. Full story

LGBT Issues: Where do they go from here?

  Information MSNBC’S Thomas Roberts speaks with MSNBC’s Robert Traynham and People’s Janet Mock about DADT, and the movement towards protections for LGBT nationwide.

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