Dental Floss and 4 Other Things You're Probably Wasting Money On

Since 1979, flossing has been part of the Dietary Guidelines for America, which are curated by the federal government and updated twice every decade. The Associated Press reports that the activity has been removed from the guidelines that were published...

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System errors dog my efforts to withdraw my own money

On 3 May, I visited Thomas Cook in Southsea to close a euro cash ­passport card and a $US cash ­passport and claim the balance. I was told this was not possible because there was a nationwide error on the Thomas Cook system and was asked to return two days later.

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Oswals went on $35m spree with company money, court told

Flamboyant billionaires Pankaj and Radhika Oswal used more than $35 million of Burrup Fertilisers' money to furnish their extravagant lifestyle including purchasing an Aston Martin...

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Saving reward points and miles isn't a sound money strategy

Americans are, by most measures, horrible at saving — except when it comes to reward points, it seems. Unfortunately, that's one time where waiting for a rainy day may not be a winning strategy.

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A $500 Billion Stampede in Money Markets Even Before New Rules Hit

The last big post-Lehman regulatory change is reverberating across the financial system, potentially squeezing short-term lending for businesses and local governments.

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Donald Trump Raised $80 Million in July, Campaign Says

Donald Trump’s campaign touted an $80 million “fundraising haul” on Wednesday, which it reached through a combination of online and mailed in donations, along with money from joint Trump-RNC fundraising events during the month.

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Black family that sued white neighbor for harassment wins money, apology

An African-American family that sued a white neighbor in Mount Prospect for what was said to be ongoing, racially motivated harassment has agreed to settle the case for an undisclosed amount of money and an apology.

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Nigeria clamps down on money transfers to the country

(CNN) - The Central Bank of Nigeria has suddenly changed its policy toward money transfer operators, effectively blocking many services used by Nigerians to send money to and from the country.

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Mo' Money, Mo' Bug Problems: Wealthier Homes Are Rich In Insects Too

Neighborhood income is a good predictor of the number of kinds of insects found indoors, according to a recently-published study in Biology Letters. The researchers went searching in the dark corners of 50 homes in the Raleigh, North Carolina, area for bug life.

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Three Paths Citizens United Created for Foreign Money to Pour Into U.S. Elections

Supreme Court decision known as Citizens United, all money spent in federal elections urging the election or defeat of a candidate had to originate from identifiable human beings.

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Dental Floss and 4 Other Things You're Probably Wasting Money On

Since 1979, flossing has been part of the Dietary Guidelines for America, which are curated by the federal government and updated twice every decade. The Associated Press reports that the activity has been removed from the guidelines that were

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Congress Urged to Return From Recess as Zika Money Dries Up

The Zika virus is in the United States and money dedicated to fighting the virus is running out, but that doesn't mean Congress has plans to return, yet.

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We have a right to know how our tax money’s being spent

It all started with a little high profile help from Sir Elton John and former Premier Dalton McGuinty acting like an over-excited groupie at a photo-op.

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Is Vanguard 500 Index Fund Still Worth Owning?

SAN FRANCISCO — Laura Weidman Powers, who has built CODE2040 into a major force for diversifying the technology industry, is taking her advocacy to the White House with her appointment as a senior policy adviser to U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith.

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Michigan public school employees demand money back from state

WEST MICHIGAN (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Michigan public school employees are standing up Wednesday, protesting an appeal from Governor Rick Snyder that would prevent them from collecting back pay.

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Why The Game raises money for toddler who lost eye in shooting

The Game says he has raised $5,000 for a North Carolina boy who lost an eye after being shot in the face in May and left for dead next to his pregnant mother, who was killed in the attack.

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