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5 Ways To Spot A Fake IRS Call
How I dealt with the fake IRS over summer vacation.
U.S. Hikes Fee To Renounce Citizenship By 422%
With renunciations of citizenship at an all time high, the state department is feeling overworked and hiking the fees to renounce by 422%.
MBNA offers longer balance transfers on two of its credit cards
MBNA, a subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation, has launched a new Platinum credit card with 0 per cent p.a. on balance and money transfers for up ...
Sarkisian Racist Accusation From RB Highlights Bad Week For USC Football After Josh Shaw Scandal

This certainly isn’t how first-year USC head football coach Steve Sarkisian hoped his tenure with the Trojans would begin. Just days before the team is set to open the 2014 season, the 40-year-old finds himself and the football program surrounded by controversy.

iPhone 6 Announcement: As Apple's Big Day Approaches, Nextworth Prepares For Double Normal Trade-In Volume

It’s crunch time. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has sent out invitations to its Sept. 9 media event, where the iPhone 6 is expected to be announced, and the device may hit stores around Sept. 19. That means it's showtime for companies in the business of buying second-hand smartphones.

Defeating ISIS Will Take A Regional Anti-ISIS Coalition, But No U.S. Strategy On Syria Yet: Obama Said

Obama's bad suit U.S. President Barack Obama makes a statement from the White House Press Briefing Room ahead of a meeting with his national security council in Washington, August 28, 2014.

NASA SLS Rocket: Mars Test Launch By 2018 Consistent With Obama's 2010 Prediction [VIDEO]

NASA has announced that it will launch a rocket designed to carry humans to Mars in 2018, allowing amateur astronomers and science fiction buffs across the world to bask in the idea that humans could walk across the red planet sooner rather than later.

Obama Stops Short Of Calling Russia’s Advance Into Ukraine An ‘Invasion’

President Barack Obama Thursday stopped short of calling the Russian incursion in Ukraine an “invasion,” and said there would be no U.S. military intervention. He vowed to continue supporting Ukraine through diplomatic and financial assistance, however.

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