10:00am

Wed July 11, 2012
-Tuned To Yesterday

Tuned to Yesterday

# 600, Science Fiction, Dimension X "No Contact" 4/29/50, Suspense "Re-Entry" 11/1/59  

Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.
 

9:53am

Wed July 11, 2012
It's All Politics

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s Office Pressured To Release Details About Condition

Originally published on Wed July 11, 2012 10:09 pm

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., thanks supporters at his primary election night party in Chicago on March 20.
M. Spencer Green AP

A source close to Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., says his staff or doctors could provide more information on the condition of the congressman as early as today, NPR's David Schaper reports.

Jackson took a leave of absence a month ago, but his office has been vague about the circumstances.

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9:46am

Wed July 11, 2012

9:36am

Wed July 11, 2012
The Two-Way

JPMorgan Will Move To 'Claw Back' Millions From Execs Who Bungled Billions

Originally published on Wed July 11, 2012 10:20 am

Another kind of claws at work. Meanwhile, JPMorgan is going to see if legal steps will let it "clawback" some money paid to executives.
John MacDougall AFP/Getty Images

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon predicted this would happen: The bank "plans to reclaim millions of dollars in stock from executives at the center of the trading blunder that shocked Wall Street," The Wall Street Journal reports

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9:29am

Wed July 11, 2012
Politics and Government

Governor Cuomo offers some support for limited fracking

Governor Andrew Cuomo offered some support to a plan to permit hydrofracking in New York in communities that welcome the gas drilling process.

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9:29am

Wed July 11, 2012
Regional Coverage

Cape Vincent mulls new rules governing wind development

Joanna Richards WRVO

The town of Cape Vincent has been torn over the prospect of a wind farm for years. A local committee has just completed a proposed new zoning law. Local officials hope that those rules – and not the state's new Article X process – will govern future wind development in the town.

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9:22am

Wed July 11, 2012
Education

Cuomo's education panel hears complaints

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Commission on Education Reform got an earful at a public hearing held at the state Capitol today, as speaker after speaker complained about a statewide school system that they say is in disarray.

Speakers voiced a litany of complaints to the commission, ranging from over-testing of students, excessive teacher bashing, and school districts drowning in debt.

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8:32am

Wed July 11, 2012
The Two-Way

Holy Cow! Family Finds Baseball Card Collection That May Fetch $3 Million

Originally published on Wed July 11, 2012 5:33 pm

Two of the most valuable cards in the collection: Ty Cobb (left) and Honus "Hans" Wagner.
Heritage Auctions

"My grandfather stuck it in the attic a hundred years ago and here it is now, a blessing to his grandchildren."

A blessing for sure.

As the Toledo Blade reports, when Karl Kissner and his cousins were clearing out his grandfather's home in Defiance, Ohio, on Feb. 29 they came across a box of very rare and very valuable baseball cards.

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7:53am

Wed July 11, 2012
The Two-Way

In Scranton, Pa., City Workers Sue Over Having Wages Slashed

Originally published on Wed July 11, 2012 10:32 am

Roger Leonard, a heavy equipment operator for the city of Scranton, Pa., saw his pay plunge to $340 from about $900 for two weeks' work after the mayor cut city-employee pay to minimum wage.
Jeff Brady NPR

The city of Scranton, Penn. now faces two federal lawsuits over a decision last week to slash public employee's pay to minimum wage. Unions representing the city's workers also are asking Lackawanna County Judge Michael Barrasse to hold Mayor Chris Doherty in contempt of court.

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7:33am

Wed July 11, 2012
Around the Nation

City Of Brotherly Love Has A Different Kind Of Cupid

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