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5 HOURS AGO - Forbes

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Race Against The Machine Again; But We Don't Care If People Have Jobs Or Not

Andrew McAfee, one of the authors of Race Against the Machine, reiterates his worries that the robots are coming to take all our jobs again. What I find so frustrating about this worry is that we don't actually care, not one whit, whether people have jobs to do. And we [...]

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10 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Parole head claims pressure to release inmates

(AP) — The chairwoman of Nebraska's parole board told lawmakers Tuesday that a former prisons director pressured her into releasing more inmates in an effort to reduce crowding. Casmer told lawmakers that the board's role as a public-safety gatekeeper became compromised in 2008, when former Department of Correctional Services Director Bob Houston started pushing to release more prisoners. Lawmakers also ...

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13 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Oil surge means scarce housing in Gillette

Like many who are finding work in the burgeoning Campbell County oil fields, Larson has learned that making a good wage means little if there is no housing available to rent. Most claim that a resurgence in oil production in Campbell County is responsible for the housing shortage. The mineral industry has picked up, and there are more people in ...

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13 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Expert: Poor mental health services affect prisons

(AP) — Nebraska has dismantled crucial pieces of its mental health services and effectively turned jails and prisons into the state's biggest treatment centers, a longtime psychologist said Tuesday. A UNL psychiatric rehabilitation center also closed in 2009, and many highly trained experts who worked at the state-run Lincoln Regional Center left to take jobs with the U.S. Department of ...

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13 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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State jobless-pay rules differ in FairPoint strike

The installation and repair technician said his family knows money has been tight since he went on strike Oct. 17 along with 2,000 other workers who staff call centers and maintain the telephone networks in northern New England. Hundreds of other FairPoint strikers in Maine and New Hampshire have been denied unemployment benefits, leaving workers to pick up other jobs ...

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