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WSJ Live Anchor & WSJ reporter. Politics & economics nerd. Runner. Animal print lover. sara.murray@wsj.com

Get to Know the YouTube Stars Interviewing President Obama

blogs.wsj.com — President Barack Obama is leaving behind the stuffy confines of the Capitol building and taking his State of the Union message straight to YouTube stars. GloZell Green, Bethany Mota and Frank Green will all get the opportunity to grill the president Thursday in a series of interviews that will stream on YouTube.

What Will Lift Americans’ Wages? CEOs Weigh In

blogs.wsj.com — Is the economy really improving if American's don't see the gains in their paychecks? The economy grew at a steady clip last quarter and the unemployment rate in October fell to 5.8% - its lowest point since the summer of 2008.

Insurer CEO: Morcellator Decision ‘Personal’

blogs.wsj.com — For insurer Highmark Inc., the decision to stop covering a procedure using a surgical tool that can spread cancer wasn't just a corporate call - it was personal. "We were not going to duck the difficult issues," Highmark Health Chief Executive Office David Holmberg said in an interview at The Wall Street Journal's CEO Council, "and this one became a very personal issue."

How the Kansas City Royals Could Save Roberts, Brownback

blogs.wsj.com — If two embattled Kansas Republicans manage to eke out victories on Election Day, they may have the Kansas City Royals to thank. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is locked in a tight race with Democrat , while Sen. Pat Roberts is fighting to win a fourth term against independent candidate Greg Orman.

GOP Senate Candidate Puts Colorado Democrats Off-Balance

online.wsj.com — GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.-Rep. Cory Gardner isn't the Senate candidate Democrats were expecting to face-and that fact is driving this year's race here. Freshman Sen. Mark Udall and his fellow Colorado Democrats planned their campaign imagining a contest against Ken Buck, a tea-party Republican with a history of making controversial comments.

Video Report: Colorado Outcome Could Be Sneak Peek at 2016

blogs.wsj.com — DENVER- A heated Senate race in Colorado might just be a sneak preview to see which party has what it takes to win the presidency in 2016. It's the only Senate race where two candidates, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and Republican Rep.

2014 Race to Watch: Can Grimes Unseat McConnell in Kentucky?

blogs.wsj.com — Does Alison Lundergan Grimes have what it takes to bring down the most powerful Republican in the Senate? The hottest race of the 2014 midterms pits Ms. Grimes, a Democrat and Kentucky's secretary of state, against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, one of the shrewdest political tacticians in Congress.

Aging Americans Boost Share of Population Who Receive Government Benefits

blogs.wsj.com — More Americans than ever before are tapping government benefits. But this time the baby boomers may be responsible for the slight uptick. Nearly half of Americans, 49.5%, lived in a household where at least one person was receiving some type of government benefit in the fourth quarter of 2012, according to Census Department data.

One Canadian Employer Spends 13 Years to Close Gender Gap in Pay

online.wsj.com — Should female secretaries be paid at the same rate as male landscapers? That was one of the many questions facing McGill University in Montreal as it launched a sweeping program, required by Quebec law, to ensure gender pay equity among its roughly 12,000 full-time equivalent employees.

We Asked a Male Executive How He Balances Work and Family

blogs.wsj.com — Top female executives get this question all the time: How do you balance work and family? So when PricewaterhouseCoopers chairman and senior partner Bob Moritz stopped by The Wall Street Journal after a recent White House summit on working families, we turned the tables and asked him how he does it.
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Jan 30, 2015

RT @RachelFeintzeig: Working moms can't seem to have it all -- but their male counterparts might. The benefits of being an employed dad: on.wsj.com/1A7vQz7

Jan 30, 2015

What makes a winning Super Bowl ad? Preview this year's commercials + vote for your fave here wsj.com/superbowlads

Jan 30, 2015

"You’re eating too much and watching the Super Bowl. It’s not just an American tradition. It’s the law." #sundayplans on.wsj.com/1vfNMGv

Jan 30, 2015

WSJ story is up: Mitt Romney will not run for president in 2016, says Republican party needs a fresh face. on.wsj.com/1wIH6KP

Jan 30, 2015

RT @maggieNYT: Mitt very clearly suggested someone not yet known as well as he is should have chance to be the nominee. Jeb dislike still intact.

Jan 30, 2015

RT @katiepack: Would've gladly marched back into battle with @MittRomney. Now others will get a chance to find out that it's not as easy as they think.

Jan 30, 2015

RT @WSJPolitics: All the times Mitt Romney said in 2014 that he wouldn't be running for president in 2016. on.wsj.com/1DnlYza pic.twitter.com/0v2C4PydI3

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