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BY NATHAN BYRNE
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As promised, President Barack Obama pitched the so-called 'Buffett Rule' at the White House Wednesday.
he’s pushing the tax to a group of millionaires and their secretaries.
“When compared to the middle class, they haven’t been asked to do their fair share. And they are here because they believe there’s something deeply wrong and irresponsible about that.”
Mitt Romney’s campaign gets refocused after Rick Santorum’s withdrawal from the race Tuesday.
Here’s Fox Business
on Romney’s approach going forward.
“ … the next few months are about finding a vice-presidential candidate … They have to have their ‘Etch-a-Sketch’ moment where they can begin to sort of campaign in a general election. They have a different audience here … ”
The U.S. has filed an antitrust suit against Apple and a group of five book publishers.
The Justice Department accuses Apple and the publishers of collusion over e-book pricing.
“Apple denies colluding to raise prices for digital books, according to people familiar with the matter. The company is expected to argue its agreement with publishers enhanced competition in the electronic book industry.”
Tsunami alerts have been lifted for Indonesia, India and Thailand following powerful earthquakes in the region.
Al Jazeera reports
an 8.6 magnitude earthquake and an aftershock prompted panic as people recalled the 2004 disaster when an earthquake led to a destructive tsunami.
Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Nathan Byrne, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.