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First-Time Homeowners Essential to Stabilizing the American Economy

The housing market is continuing to pick up speed after economic fiasco in the early 2000s. But as a recent Fiscal Times article notes, many new homeowners are overlooking small — but


New App Can Take Your Measurements More Accurately Than a Tailor

One of the biggest problems with online shopping is that you can’t try on the clothes before you buy them, so sometimes you have to gamble on whether or not that shirt or those jeans are


Crumbs Bakery May Be Revived, But Closing 65 Stores Still Has Disastrous Effects for Americans

The bankruptcy filings of Crumbs Bakery at the beginning of July 2014 have Americans wondering whether the economy really is on the mend. Within the past couple of years, it seemed as though


Burglars Steal Family’s Puppy

If there were a way to instantly vilify yourself, it’d be to act meanly to a person’s dog, or — as one burglar in Millbury, Massachusetts has done – steal a

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How Processed Food is Harming You and Your Children

If you eat a lot of processed foods, you may not be the only one you’re harming. Processed foods are often stripped of natural vitamins and nutrients and injected with chemicals and


New York’s High Court to Rule on Whether Cyber Bullying Laws Violate Free Speech

Come this Thursday, New York’s high court will be taking on one of the first legal challenges to new laws that criminalize cyber bullying. The 2010 Albany County law, like many similar


NYC Public Advocate Letitia James Calls for Air Conditioning on Buses for Special Needs Children

New York City Public Advocate Letitia James is pushing the Education Department to install air conditioning units on all school buses that service District 75 in the city.District 75 is


Whataburger Employee Says She Was Forced to Clean Store Floors With a Toothbrush

At what point is bad management more than just an annoyance? One employee at a Humble, Texas Whataburger says hermanager humiliated her in numerous ways during her employment here. Whitney Clark


Researchers Say Record Levels of UV Radiation Recorded in the Andes

According to a new study, a “perfect storm” of chemicals led to the highest ever UV-B radiation reading in 2003. On Dec. 29 that year, a world-record UV index of 43.3 was detected


My Dog Can Do That! Training Available for All Dogs at Houston World Series of Dog Shows

From July 16-20 in Houston, Texas, the 37th Annual Houston World Series of Dog Shows at the Reliant Center. During the event, which is comprised of many separate dog shows, the American Kennel


Artist Inserts Cats Into Classical Paintings in New Exhibition

Michelangelo’s “Creation of Adam” is one of the most famous works of art in history. But this time, as you follow God’s outstretched arm with your eye, you notice that his


New Study Says Food Labels are Misleading Consumers About How Healthy Products Are

According to a new study by the University of Houston, people are more likely to believe that products using healthy buzzwords are more healthful than products without label buzzwords,

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