Oregon lawmakers rescind invitation to researcher who promoted a fallacious vaccine-autism link.
A report released by City Observatory finds that the jobs are increasingly moving to the inner city.
Two current and two former employees seek a total of $9.5 million in damages one month after the company agreed to a record settlement for similar allegations.
The scientist who found the since debunked autism-vaccination link will testify before the state legislature.
Lithia Motors reported all-time highs for the fourth quarter, 2014 adjusted net income.
Speaker Tina Kotek writes a letter insisting the program will move to the House floor despite Republicans' protests.
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