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Assistant U.S. Attorney Abed Hammoud picked up the phone one day to find a caller who had a great discount for Dish Network. The pitch sounded pretty good; all Hammoud had to do was pay up front... Read more »
An Internet connection and a bunch of stolen identities are all it takes for crooks to collect billions of dollars in bogus federal tax refunds. And the scam is proving too pervasive to stop. Read more »
A new bug has surfaced on the Internet, and it could have disastrous effects on online users. Read more »
Childhood obesity has its medical costs, and it's about $19,000 per child. And with the current population of the planet, that number is around $14 billion. Read more »
There are three things you can do with money: spend, save and give. Trust me, giving is the most fun of all! Read more »
While it may seem easy to be 1 percenter, it's actually not the life of the rich and famous you'd think. Read more »
Afghans and the international community hailed its presidential election as a triumph of democracy over violence Sunday, despite complaints about ballot shortages and sporadic fraud after millions... Read more »
Religion in the workplace is being brought up in multiple ways in recent months, from Mozilla to Hobby Lobby. But should religious beliefs be left at the door? Read more »
A recent Slate article looked at wealth inequality and how fast it might actually be growing in the United States. Read more »
One of the challenges college-bound students face in the early going comes with their financial aid letters. Read more »
A new study has shown that movies featuring women in starring roles do better at the box office. Read more »
Looks like New Jersey native Rachel Canning won't have to worry about suing her parents anymore. Read more »
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The price of marriage in America is certainly changing. But it may be the key to happiness. Read more »
Basketball is taking a new strategy, and it may be something businesses can learn from. Read more »
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is encouraging people to learn multiple languages and help diversify the country. Read more »
A presidential memorandum signed on March 12 by President Barack Obama has directed the Labor Department to restructure who is and is not eligible for overtime pay. Read more »
Who are struggling significantly to find jobs? Teenagers, and it's not because they're lazy. A new report suggests its because they're being under-utilized. Read more »
Nickels and pennies are far from money savers. In fact, they cost more to make than they're worth, The Washington Post reported. Read more »
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