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Hour B, Segment 1
After controversial 'crucify' remarks, EPA official resigns
Jobs report does little to inspire confidence
Are TV commercials to blame for childhood obesity?
The New York Times reported on the case of Environmental Protection Agency regulator Al Armendariz in "E.P.A. Official in Texas Quits Over 'Crucify' Video."
Read the latest employment report (PDF) from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Warren Cole Smith covers business and economic news for WORLD News Group. Read his regular online column "Signs and Wonders."
Read "More efforts to blame advertising for childhood obesity" from the Independent Women's Forum.
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