Tuesday, February 14, 2012

House ending

  • House is coming to an end. Fox and executive producers David Shore, Katie Jacobs and Hugh Laurie announced that after much deliberation it was decided that Season 8 will be the last.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Fox's first successful medical drama "House," which introduced us to the ultimate curmudgeon in Dr. Gregory House, is ending its eight-year run this May. The show sent out a mass email to the press a few minutes ago.
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog))
  • In the budget document released Monday, the White House proposed relaxing those payments by allowing the Postal Service to include fewer employees in the payments and to make the payments over a longer period of time.
  • (Washington Post)
  • FOX's long-running medical drama, House, is coming to an end after eight seasons.
  • (Just Jared)
  • CONCORD - The House Wednesday put off action on two bills that would have limited the state's involvement in No Child Left Behind Act.
  • (Union Leader)
  • The president would partially pay for this by ending a tax deduction on domestic oil and gas The tax proposals in the White House's budget seem designed more for political advantage than to put forward the best policy.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • Olivia Wilde has expressed gratitude at being a part of the Fox medical drama series, "House," after it was announced on Wednesday that the show has come to an end after eight years.
  • (Irish Central)
  • "As long as we're in this period of getting our economic house in order, I think it's going to be which climbed 2.4 percent for the 12 months ending Dec. 31. The measure increased 1.8 percent after taking out food and energy costs.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • A House panel has approved a measure that would effectively end greyhound racing in Iowa. Rep. Kevin Koester, an Ankeny Republican, says the bill ends the requirement for casinos to subsidize the prizes for the races.
  • (Waterloo Cedar-Falls Courier)
  • House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio as they believe that voters are more interested in taxing the wealthy or ending loopholes rather than cutting domestic programs.
  • (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

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