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Rhode Island Pension Law May Be Too Harsh, Workers Say

A pension law, passed by Rhode Island over two years ago, continues to stir up controversy. “The pension law that Rhode Island passed two years ago is considered among the most far-reaching in the nation, largely because it not only lowered the retirement benefits of new workers but affected the future benefits of current workers, […]

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One Third of People Left Their Religion Due to Anti-Gay Policies in Millennial

It has been surveyed that one out of five adults in United States does not have affiliation with any religion. No doubt, young people have no interest in religion compared to their forefathers and the ratio of separating from the faith grows with every passing day. Public Religion Research Institute claimed that about one in […]

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Justin Bieber’s Security Guard and Driver Apprehended for Stealing the Camera

On Tuesday in Sandy Springs Georgia, the body guard and driver of Justin Bieber has been apprehended for stealing the camera of a photographer. The Sandy Springs Police spokesman said that the confrontation took place when the photographer was waiting for shooting Bieber at the Atlanta arcade. He further said, the guard of the Bieber […]

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Read This before You Use Your I phone

It may be shocking news for Apple phone and computer users that their emails, financial details, and other important data could be leaked due to massive security flaws. These security breaches invite hackers and cyber pirates to invade your device. Here goes what you need to know before using the devices: Update your device Reuters […]

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Who is Looking at Pictures of Your Kids on Facebook?

A California mother is asking adults to reconsider posting pictures of their children on Facebook. Erika Elmuts warns that Facebook continually changes its privacy settings, making it just about impossible to control who does — and doesn’t — see kids’ pictures. “I can’t control the privacy settings that somebody else has on their Facebook page, […]

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Utah Denies Health Coverage to Woman Diagnosed with Cancer

Utah’s Public Employee Health Program (PEHP) is denying health coverage to a woman diagnosed with cancer. The Utah woman, Tara Vandersteen, is not eligible for coverage under her husband’s, Rick Stuart’s, plan even after they “have lived together as man and wife” for 14 years, according to KUTV. Vandersteen will not receive healthcare from PEHP, […]

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More Doctors Seeking Salaries

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is shaking up the health industry in more ways than one. Many formerly independent physicians and specialists are rushing for salaried positions at their nearest health network. For many previously fee-for-service independents, this will naturally result in a pay cut. But doctors are willing to sacrifice some income in exchange […]

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Furniture Store Owner Spends $7 Million on Super Bowl Giveaway

Crazy promotions are nothing new to the furniture industry and in recent years, a handful of store owners have even gone viral because of their outlandish commercials. Add Houston Furniture Gallery owner Jim McIngvale to the list of those who aren’t afraid to put themselves firmly in the public eye. After a promotion on NFL […]

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A Dental Crisis Could be Looming Across America

There’s a dental crisis looming in this country, experts warn. Many people who can’t afford dental insurance are foregoing routine checkups and cleanings, and hesitating to visit the dentist while a problem is small and not yet severe. But even once the problem becomes too severe to ignore any longer, many people choose to visit […]

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Address Issues of Cash Flow, Expansion with a Small Business Loan

Surviving as a small business in 2014 won’t be any easier than it has been in the past. Even as Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles I. Plosser predicts the economy will grow significantly this year, dropping the unemployment rate to 6.5%, the fact is 80% of all small businesses will still fail. The Realities of […]