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No-Limit Credit Card Might Not Be Such A Good Deal

Study suggests it takes a toll on credit score

A study finds that No Pre-set Spending Limit credit cards can have a negative impact on your FICO score....

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CDC Finds No Evidence Imported Drywall Caused Homeowner Deaths

Study of 11 deaths finds all involved long-term chronic disease

CDC Finds No Evidence Imported Drywall Caused Homeowner Deaths. Study of 11 deaths finds all involved long-term chronic disease. ...

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Nader Urges Fiat to Recall 1993-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees

Calls the Jeep "a modern day Pinto for soccer moms" prone to burst into flames

Nader Urges Fiat to Recall 1993-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees. Calls the Jeep "a modern day Pinto for soccer moms" prone to burst into flames....

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Don't Forget to Pee During The Super Bowl

Health expert provides simple, yet important tips to staying injury-free on Sunday

Don't Forget to Pee During The Superbowl Health expert provides simple, yet important tips to staying injury-free on Sunday...

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Michigan Latest State To Sue Countrywide Financial

Seeks to recover losses from investments in Countrywide stock

Michigan has joined Oregon in suing Countywide Financial, because of its steep stock price declines....

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Credit Card Chargebacks Under Attack

"Chargeback recovery service" offers "soft" and "aggressive" collection options

Credit Card Chargebacks Under Attack. "Chargeback recovery service" offers "soft" and "aggressive" collection options....

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Feds Announce New Dietary Guidelines

Aim is to help consumers make healthier food choices and confront obesity epidemic

Feds Announce New Dietary Guidelines Aim is to help consumers make healthier food choices and confront obesity epidemic ...

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Jr. Texas Taffy Pet Treats Recalled

Possible Salmonella contamination feared

Jr. Texas Taffy Pet Treats Recalled. Possible Salmonella contamination feared....

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Super Bowl Ads: Are They Worth It?

Expert on commercials says sponsors probably aren't getting their money's worth

Super Bowl Ads: Are They Worth It?Expert on commercials says sponsors probably aren't getting their money's worth...

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Why You Shouldn't Trust Those Debt Settlement Commercials

Beware of the false promises they advertise and advance fees

There are new rules for debt settlement companies, but that doesn't mean they all are obeying them....

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Ticketmaster Settles Class Action Suit Challenging Order ProcessingFee

Company sets aside $22 million to pay consumers, lawyers

Ticketmaster Settles Class Action Suit Challenging Order Processing Fee. Company sets aside $22 million to pay consumers, lawyers....

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Google Reaches Agreement With Connecticut Over Street View Data

Company accidentally gathered data from unencrypted neworks

Google, Reaches Agreement With Connecticut Over Street View Data. Company accidentally gathered data from unencrypted neworks....

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Illinois Sues Chicago Duct-Cleaning Company

Suit charges firm fraudulently charged to fix non-existent mold, mildew damage

Illinois Sues Chicago Duct-Cleaning Company. Suit charges firm fraudulently charged to fix non-existent mold, mildew damage....

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Class Action Takes on Groupon

Says site's coupons contain illegal expiration date

Class Action Takes on GrouponSays site's coupons contain illegal expiration date...

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Health Officials Aren't Finished With Energy Drinks

Researchers call for more consumer education and stricter federal regulations

Health Officials Aren't Finished With Energy Drinks Researchers call for more consumer education and stricter federal regulations...

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Consumer Watchdog Group Says Breast Implant/Cancer Link is Old News

Public Citizen claims to have warned FDA of cancer risk back in 1988

Consumer Watchdog Group Says Breast Implant/Cancer Link is Old News Public Citizen claims to have warned FDA of cancer risk back in 1988...

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2010 Foreclosure Activity Presents Mixed Picture

But 'deep faultlines of risk' remain in hardest hit markets

In its report on 2010 foreclosures, RealtyTrac finds some improvement in the nation's hardest hit housing markets....

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Marginal Nursing Home Options for Poor

Study of ZIP codes shows vulnerability of facilities

Marginal Nursing Home Options for Poor Study of ZIP codes shows vulnerability of facilities ...

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Teens With Food Allergies May Feel Unsafe in School

Survey reveals the lack of consistency adds to the anxiety of having a life-threatening allergy

Teens With Food Allergies May Feel Unsafe in School Survey reveals the lack of consistency adds to the anxiety of having a life-threatening allergy...

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Ian's Recalls Two Gluten-Free Products

Cites risk of contamination by Listeria bacteria

Ian's Recalls Two Gluten-Free Products Cites risk of contamination by Listeria bacteria ...

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Wait, That Can Cause Pain?

Pain specialists reveal some surprising pain triggers and how to stop the pain

Wait, That Can Cause Pain? Pain specialists reveal some surprising pain triggers and how to stop the pain ...

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Which Comes First: Jobs Or People?

A new study says there doesn't seem to be a 'one size fits all' approach to job creation

Which Comes First: Jobs Or People? A new study says there doesn't seem to be a 'one size fits all' approach to job creation ...

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Judge Refuses to Dismiss Suits Against Toyota, Charging Brake Defects

Toyota Prius, Lexus HS 250h models says Toyota knew of defect as early as 2004

Judge Refuses to Dismiss Suits Against Toyota, Charging Brake Defects. Toyota Prius, Lexus HS 250h models says Toyota knew of defect as early as 2004....

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Walmart Shifts Emphasis From Chic to Cheap

As dollar stores eat into its market share, giant discounter returns to its roots

Walmart Shifts Emphasis From Chic to Cheap...

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Home Prices Continue To Fall

Double-dip is good for ice cream, but not housing

The latest data on home values suggests the possibility of a double-dip housing recession this year....

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Food Prices Expected To Climb In 2011

Agriculture Department economists say higher energy costs are part of the reason

Food Prices Expected To Climb In 2011Agriculture Department economists say higher energy costs are part of the reason ...

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Male Sexual Enhancers Recalled

Nite Rider and STUD Capsules contained unapproved new drugs

Male Sexual Enhancers Recalled Nite Rider and STUD Capsules contained unapproved new drugs ...

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Amazon Plans Grocery Delivery Service

Web retailer also launches business-oriented email service

Amazon Plans Grocery Delivery Service. Web retailer also launches business-oriented email service....

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Finding a Moderate Level of "Extreme Couponing"

You don't have to buy 200 boxes of pasta to get big savings

Finding a Moderate Level of "Extreme Couponing"You don't have to buy 200 boxes of pasta to get big savings...

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Football Fans Cautioned About Possible Super Bowl Scams

Officials in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania are warning Packers and Steelers fans to be wary of 'great deals'

Football Fans Cautioned About Possible Super Bowl Scams Officials in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania are warning Packers and Steelers fans to be wary of 'gre...

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What Social Media Give, They Take Away, Too

Survey reveals social network users find benefits and consequences from online activities

What Social Media Give, They Take Away, Too Survey reveals social network users find benefits and consequences from online activities...

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Is Digital Credit Going to Make Credit Cards Obsolete

Or will it simply make us all more vulnerable to theft?

Similar to what happened to the vinyl record could credit cards become outdated as we use digital devices to pay at the register and how safe is that...

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Report Card Grades States On Reporting Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness

Center for Science in the Public Interest awards ‘A’s to seven states, while 14 get ‘F’s

Report Card Grades States on Reporting Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness Center for Science in the Public Interest awards ‘A’s to seven states, while 1...

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Safety Experts Clash Over Texting Bans

Transportation Secretary LaHood vows he won't be distracted from his campaign

Safety Experts Clash Over Texting Bans. Transportation Secretary LaHood vows he won't be distracted from his campaign....

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Marketers Banned From Debt Relief Business

Defendants must pay $500,000 to settle charges

Marketers Banned From Debt Relief Business Defendants must pay $500,000 to settle charges ...

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Interest Rates On Car Loans On the Decline

Car dealers are again offering incentives to kick-start a lagging market

Despite improvements in car sales, dealers are offering easy financing one again to help generate sales in an otherwise anemic auto market...

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Here are the Top Five Companies to Work For

Fortune magazine rates the best of the best

If you’re looking for work, here are the top five companies to work for according to Fortune magazine, which rates the best of the best every year ...

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Poulan Pro Generators Recalled

Gas can leak, creating a fire hazard

Poulan Pro Generators Recalled. Gas can leak, creating a fire hazard....

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Man Crushed By Subway Platform Sues NYC

Michael Dion was trapped for 30 minutes between train and moving platform grate

Man Crushed by Subway Platform Sues NYC Michael Dion trapped for 30 minutes between train and moving platform grate...

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Don't Fall for Tax Season Scams

Tax scams increase this time of year

The IRS warns taxpayers not to respond to emails that appear to be from the tax collection agency....

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Ally-GMAC Plans To Drop 250 Maryland Foreclosures

Company says it will re-file without robo-signed affidavits

Ally-GMAC Plans to Drop 250 Maryland Foreclosures Company says it will re-file without robo-signed affidavits...

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Exercise May Curb Eating Disorders

Researchers say the psychological effects of exercise could help prevent and treat eating disorders

Exercise May Curb Eating Disorders Researchers say the psychological effects of exercise could help prevent and treat eating disorders ...

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Bed Bug Suit Creeps Toward Trial

Motion for class certification suggests a settlement is not imminent

Bed Bug Suit Creeps Toward Trial Motion for class certification suggests settlement not imminent...

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66 Vehicles Win 2011 Top Safety Pick Award

Hyundai/Kia, Volkswagen/Audi lead the pack with 9 winners each

66 Vehicles Win 2011 Top Safety Pick Award. Hyundai/Kia, Volkswagen/Audi lead the pack with 9 winners each....

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Recruiters Reconsider How They Use Websites to Find Job Candidates

Revisions make on-line searches even more difficult for job seekers

Using career jobsites to find work has always been difficult but now it’s going to be even harder as recruiters change the way they look for candidates...

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Tired of Paying for All Those TV Channels You Never Watch?

There could be another way -- or, for that matter, several other ways

Just as the nation’s largest cable company becomes the first to own a major television network a new model could change the way we watch television forev...

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Toyota Suit Won't Go To Trial Until 2013

Judge sets estimated date for 'bellwether' cases

Toyota Suit Won't Go to Trial Until 2013Judge sets estimated date for "bellwether" cases...

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Lawsuit Challenges Unwritten Medicare Policy

Widespread practice cuts funding to chronic patients who don't show improvement

Lawsuit Challenges Unwritten Medicare Policy Widespread practice cuts funding to chronic patients who don't show improvement...

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Woman Says Friskies Killed Her Cat

Similar accounts found online

Woman Says Friskies Killed Her CatFinds similar accounts online...

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How To Overcome Embarrassing Moments At Work

New study reveals most embarrassing moments at work and offers tips on how to overcome them

How To Overcome Embarrassing Moments At Work New study reveals most embarrassing moments at work and offers tips on how to overcome them ...

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Why You Still Need to be Wary of Penny stocks

There’s usually a reason they’re so cheap

Investors are still being inundated with direct emails and come-ons for the next hot penny stock but you can often do better with higher priced investments...

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Many Pet Owners Don't Consider Pets' Age When Buying Food

Survey reveals many pet owners may not be giving their pets the most nutritious food

Many Pet Owners Don't Consider Pets' Age When Buying Food Survey reveals many pet owners may not be giving their pets the most nutritious food...

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Time Constraints and Embarrassment Lead to Fewer Skin Cancer Screenings

Study finds both doctors and patients guilty of not checking for common cancer

Time Constraints and Embarrassment Lead to Fewer Skin Cancer Screenings Study finds both doctors and patients guilty of not checking for common cancer...

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Sprint Raising Data Fees for Smartphones

All smartphone data plans get hit with new $10 fee

Sprint Raising Data Fees for Smartphones. All smartphone data plans get hit with new $10 fee....

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Cell Phones and Winter Weather Don't Mix

Extreme cold can disable cell phones, or possibly make them 'explode'

Cell Phones and Winter Weather Don't Mix Extreme cold can disable cell phones, or possibly make them "explode"...

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Bill Me Later Facing Another Class Action

Suit charges company with surreptitiously charging interest, late fees

Bill Me Later Facing Another Class Action Suit charges company with surreptitiously charging interest, late fees...

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Final Year of Recovery Act May Hold Tax Benefits for You

2009 law contains some 2010 tax provisions you can use

Don't forget the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act when you start looking for tax deductions....

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Need a Job? Learn a Language

An increase in global communications is driving the demand for linguists and interpreters

An increase in global communications is driving the demand for linguists and interpreters...

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Feds Unveil Upgrades To Nutritional Standards for School Meals

Proposed Changes designed to improve the health and well-being of kids nationwide

Feds Unveil Upgrades To Nutritional Standards for School Meals Proposed Changes designed to improve the health and well-being of kids nationwide ...

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Menu Labeling Didn't Change Behavior, Researchers Say

New Seattle area law makes no difference in eating habits

Researchers monitoring the one-year results of a King County, Washington menu labeling law find it made no difference....

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eBay Motors Settles Fee Lawsuit

Suit alleged consistent overcharging, disclosure failure

eBay Motors Settles Fee Lawsuit. Suit alleged consistent overcharging, disclosure failure...

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Study Finds Pregnant Women's Bodies Full of Chemicals

The chemicals, some banned since the 70's, could pose health risks for baby

Study Finds Pregnant Women's Bodies Full of Chemicals The chemicals, some banned since the 70's, could pose health risks for baby...

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Women With PCOS Have Higher BPA Levels

Women with the ovarian dysfunction urged to avoid food and drinks from plastic containers

Women With PCOS Have Higher BPA LevelsWomen with the ovarian dysfunction urged to avoid food and drinks from plastic containers...

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Put Down The Sports Drink and Pick Up The Milk

Food scientists say drinks like tea, coffee, and milk are superior to popular "sports drinks"

Put Down The Sports Drink and Pick Up The Milk Food scientists say drinks like tea, coffee, and milk are superior to popular "sports drinks"...

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Could Nutritional Information In Restaurants Be Worthless?

Study finds despite having the info available, consumers still buy high-cal foods

Could Nutritional Information In Restaurants Be Worthless? Study finds despite having the info available, consumers still buy high-cal foods...

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Childhood Obesity Shortens Life Expectancy

This could be the first generation to not outlive, or even live as long as their parents

Childhood Obesity Shortens Life Expectancy This could be the first generation to not outlive, or even live as long as their parents...

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IRS' Free File Service Is Now Open

Most taxpayers qualify for this free tax preparation aid

The software companies partnering with the IRS on its Free File system say they are ready to start receiving your returns....

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Limits Put On Acetaminophen In Prescription Combination Products

Warnings about the risk of liver toxicity are to be added to product packages

Limits Put On Acetaminophen In Prescription Combination Products Warnings about the risk of liver toxicity are to be added to product packages ...

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Rating Agencies Warn US Faces Lower Credit Ratings

S&P and Moody's say rising debt could hurt U.S. credit ratings

The country’s top two rating agencies say that if the U.S. doesn’t get it’s rising debt under control they will lower its triple “A” credit ratin...

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New Investigation Into Alleged Foreign Exchange Cheats

Probe into whether Forex brokers are cheating their clients comes as market heats up

With interest growing in the foreign currency markets, a new investigation is about to be launched into whether Forex brokers are cheating clients...

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New Balance Toning Shoes Face Lawsuit

Complaint cites study concluding that shoes provide no real benefit

New Balance Toning Shoes Face Lawsuit Complaint cites study concluding that shoes provide no real benefit...

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Take Advantage Of Six Over-Looked Tax Breaks

These deductions and credits might save you money

The tax code offers hundreds of deductions and credits, so make sure you take advantage of them if you qualify....

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Verizon Ditches "New Every 2" Upgrade Perk Sunday

If you're switching to Verizon for the iPhone, it might be the last new phone you can afford

Verizon Ditches "New Every 2" Upgrade Perk SundayIf you're switching to Verizon for the iPhone, it might be the last new phone you can afford...

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Warning: Extraterrestrials May Be Like Us

Scientists warn that Darwinian evolution probably operates on other worlds, if any

Warning: Extraterrestrials May Be Like Us. Scientists warn that Darwinian evolution probably operates on other worlds, if any....

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Despite Law, College Students Still Targets of Credit Card Offers

The CARD Act was designed to protect students from credit card debt

Students are still targets of credit card companies despite the CARD Act’s ruling that prohibits offers by mail to anyone under 21....

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Illinois Attorney General Steps Up Fight Against Crib Bumpers

Madigan urges manufacturers to halt production of potentially harmful crib padding

Illinois Attorney General Steps Up Fight Against Crib Bumpers Madigan urges manufacturers to halt production of potentially harmful crib padding...

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Subprime Has Slithered Back into Credit Cards

Subprime credit-card offers are on the rise again

It’s back to the future with sub-prime borrowing, which helped create the financial crisis, only instead of mortgages this time it’s with credit cards...

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National City Bank Customers Could See Overdraft Refunds

Class action settlement would refund up to two months of overdraft charges

National City Bank Customers Could See Overdraft Refunds...

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Delaware Sues Serenity Travel, Destination Vacations

State says travel clubs defrauded consumers

Delaware Sues Serenity Travel, Destination Vacations. State says travel clubs defrauded consumers....

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GE, Professional Series Brand Dehumidifiers Recalled

Short circuit creates a fire hazard

GE, Professional Series Brand Dehumidifiers Recalled Short circuit creates a fire hazard...

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Ten Signs that You're Dating a Sociopath

Who will exploit your relationship and often for money

With Valentine’s Day a month away, here’s what you need to know to weed out the sociopaths preying on lonely singles...

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Possible Delinquency Disaster in Reverse Mortgage Market

Federal government moving in to head off problem

Federal Housing Administration says some seniors with reverse mortgages could lose their homes because they’ve stopped paying property tax and home insur...

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How To Use the IRS' Free E-Filing System

Step-by-step directions to speed up your refund

If you've ever wondered how to go about using the IRS' free e-file system for your taxes, here are step-by-step directions....

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Unemployment Rates Up for Young Veterans

While national numbers drop, the current rate for vets is 11.7%

Unemployment Rates Up For Young Veterans While national numbers drop, the current rate for veterans is 11.7%...

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Might We All May Be Cloud Computing Soon?

Do you even know what that means?

Cloud computing sounds so futuristic but isn’t it really going back to what computing used to be before there were personal computers?...

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Growing Up Poor Can Zap Child's Genetic Potential

Study finds family's income level plays large role in child's cognitive development

Growing Up Poor Can Zap Child's Genetic Potential Study finds family's income level plays large role in child's cognitive development...

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Minnesota Accuses Firm Of 'Cramming' Consumers' Phone Bills

Consumers complain about mysterious $15 charge

Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson says one of the 1990s' biggest scams is cropping up again....

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Top Financial Products for Young Adults

Focus on what you need when you’re just starting out

The kind of financial products you need when you’re just starting out as a young adult differ from what you’ll need later in life...

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How To Get Help Paying For College

Department of Education offers free aid website

For students planning to attend college in the fall, the search for financial aid should start in January....

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Only 2% of American Workers Are Satisfied With Their Jobs

A new survey finds the other 98% are ready to pursue new opportunities this year

A new poll shows an overwhelming low number of American workers are satisfied with their jobs and most plan to explore new opportunities this year...

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How To Get A Fast Tax Refund Without a Refund Anticipation Loan

Take advantage of low cost and free options

Taxpayers don't need an expensive refund anticipation loan to get their tax refund quickly....

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Boomers Will Quickly Drain Medicare, Analyst Warns

Seniors are taking out much more than they put in

Retiring Baby Boomers will put unprecedented strain on an already over-burdened Medicare system....

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Verizon To Announce iPhone Tuesday

Is this the end of AT&T's iPhone monopoly?

Verizon Wireless is set to announce it will begin offering an iPhone, according to media reports....

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How to Fight the New Bank Maintenance Fees

Banks are imposing lots of new fees. Here are some ways to get around them

As expected more banks are imposing new fees in response to the CARD act to reduce other fees, but there are ways to get around the new fees too...

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IRS Taxpayer Advocate Says Rising Tax Liens Not Helpful

Calls for simplifying the tax code

In her annual report to Congress, the IRS's National Taxpayer Advocate calls for a simpler tax law and a kinder, gentler tax collecting agency....

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Most Consumers Play It Safe With Color

Study finds most consumers opt for a few colors even when a wide range is offered

Most Consumers Play It Safe With Color Study finds most consumers opt for a few colors even when a wide range is offered...

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Facebook Going Public?

Combination of investor demand, a federal inquiry and Linkedin's announced IPO could put pressure on the social networking giant

Combination of investor demand, a federal inquiry and Linkedin's announced IPO could pressure Facebook into going public despite founder’s reluctance to ...

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Are Your Facebook Friends Making You Depressed?

Study shows people generally overestimate others' happiness, causing loneliness and depression

Are Your Facebook Friends Making You Depressed? Study shows people generally overestimate others' happiness, causing loneliness and depression...

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More Products Are Getting Smaller

Consumer Reports says manufacturers are downsizing packaging, but charging the same price

More Products Are Getting Smaller Consumer Reports says manufacturers are downsizing packaging, but charging the same price ...

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Are College Kids Addicted To High Self-Esteem?

New study finds college kids want boosts to self esteem more than sex, food, and money

Are College Kids Addicted To High Self-Esteem? New study finds college kids want boosts to self-esteem more than sex, food, and money...

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Your Tweets Might Expose Where You Live

New study finds regional slang and dialects apparent in many Twitter messages

Your Tweets Might Expose Where You Live New study finds regional slang and dialects apparent in many Twitter messages...

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Bank of America Raising Fees for Most Customers

Higher fees are an attempt to replace revenue lost to new consumer protection rules

Bank of America Raising Fees for Most Customers Higher fees are an attempt to replace revenue lost to new consumer protection rules...

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Younger Adults Taking More Adult-like Attitude Toward Finances

They’re twice as likely as their parents to want to improve their financial behavior in 2011

A new survey finds that saving money and managing their finances better are top priorities among younger adult Americans but not their parents ...

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AT&T Offers $49 iPhone

Older model price cut by 50 percent

AT&T says it will start selling the iPhone 3GS for $49, starting Friday, January 7, 2011....

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Med Helps Depressed Seniors Stay Sharp

Study shows donepezil helps improve cognition

Med Helps Depressed Seniors Stay Sharp Study shows donepezil helps improve cognition ...

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Chicken Pox Kept At Bay Better With Two Vaccine Doses

Study finds two doses of varicella vaccine more likely to ward off pox than single dose

Chicken Pox Kept At Bay Better With Two Vaccine Doses Study finds two doses of varicella vaccine more likely to ward off pox than single dose...

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Five Ways To Avoid A Tax Audit

Honesty really is the best policy

A tax attorney offers taxpayers some helpful advice for avoiding an IRS audit....

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Kids With ADHD Need High Incentives To Focus

Study finds children with ADHD have difficulty switching off 'default mode' in brain unless stakes are high

Kids With ADHD Need High Incentives To Focus Study finds children with ADHD have difficulty switching off "default mode" in brain unless stakes are high...

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Late Tax Law Changes May Affect Your 2010 Taxes

But most changes won't be felt until next year

Before preparing your 2010 tax return, it's a good idea to review the recently-passed tax law....

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Chromium-6 In Your Water? Ask

Municipal water officials have the answers

If you want to know whether there is chromium-6 in your tap water, an expert says you have to ask....

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New Food Safety Law Faces Uncertain Future

House Republicans may balk at funding it

The Food Safety Modernization Act finally made its way to President Obama's desk, but House Republicans may withhold funds....

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Taxpayers Find Fewer Refund Anticipation Loan Options

And that might actually be a good thing; "instant refunds" are never a good deal

The Refund Anticipation Loan, detested by consumer advocates, may be harder to find this year....

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Will Internet TV Replace Cable and Satellite Service?

Sales are up for television sets offering Internet connections

Satellite and cable television companies take heed; once content becomes available over the internet you’ll have to slash your prices to survive...

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Settlement May Be Near In States' Foreclosure Probe

Five major lenders said to be talking to state prosecutors

The 50 states investigating banks' foreclosure practices may be close to announcing a settlement....

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iPhone Still Leads Smartphone Race

But Blackberry and Android phones are close behind

The battle for dominance in the smartphone world is essentially a tight, three-way race, with Apple in the lead....

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2010 Consumer Bankruptcies Hit Five-Year High

Data show consumers still struggling with their finances

The number of consumer bankruptcies hit a five-year high in 2010....

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Tablet Computer War Heats Up With Vizio's Entry

The iPad has dominated the table market, but all that may be about to change

The iPad, which has dominated the tablet market for the past year, is about to find itself doing battle with a half dozen competitors including an American...

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Zero Trans Fat Doesn't Aways Mean What It Says

Research says label loophole allows harmful amounts of fat

New research suggests 'medically significant' amounts of trans fat is in food labeled zero trans fat....

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Rock Hard Extreme and Passion Coffee Dietary Supplements Being Recalled

Dietary supplement used for sexual enhancement could pose a danger to consumers

Rock Hard Extreme and Passion Coffee Dietary Supplements Being Recalled Dietary supplement used for sexual enhancement could pose a danger to consumers ...

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Watchdog Group Unhappy With New Meat Rules

Center for Science in the Public Interest calls nutrition labeling rules for meat a 'missed opportunity'

Watchdog Group Unhappy With New Meat Rules Center for Science in the Public Interest calls nutrition labeling rules for meat a 'missed opportunity' ...

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Are Alcoholism and Obesity Linked?

Study finds people at risk for drinking problems also at risk for being overweight

Are Alcoholism and Obesity Linked? Study finds people at risk for drinking problems also at risk for being overweight...

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