The underground economy is recovering quite nicely – New Yorker
Car loan debt has completely rebounded in 9th District – Minneapolis Fed
Spanish youth unemployment rises to 55 percent – Al Jazeera
Life after basketball has been rough for Allen Iverson – Washington Post
Regulators strike at bank payday loans – StarTribune
Report claims that fracking is depleting water supply – Dickinson Press
Look out for this guy Rob Sand, a prosecutor on the rise – Carroll Daily Times Herald (pg. 2)
The best informants against Islamic terror are Muslims – Slate
More than half of Cincinnati’s jobs are in its suburbs – Cincinnati Enquirer
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