News bites: Obama administration mulls environmental toll of coal exports

New Jersey has become the biggest state to allow regulated online gambling, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Barclays's dust-up with energy regulators will take place in public view following the rejection of claims that allegations of market manipulation were a publicity stunt, Reuters reports.

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Gluten-free labeling rules have landed at the White House for review.

IRS audits could be scrapped, if the sequester hits this week.

The Labor Department broadened its power on equal pay probes.

Community bankers issued a policy platform targeting regulations.

The Obama administration targeted an alleged Taliban associate.

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