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How much retirement savings do you really need?
With the recession and a staggering number of people out of work, saving for retirement can seem like a daunting task. But putting away money for your golden years is essential to leading a happy and ... read more
Federal agency to sample for lead and arsenic in Anaconda
Based on questions posed from Anaconda residents in May, ATSDR will test for lead in blood and arsenic in urine sometime later this year or early next year. Due to how quickly both arsenic and lead ca... read more
How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare
But it ain't water gravy, that's one good thing." Sometimes everything runs out. Then Roger tries to borrow a little money from friends and kin. When he can't get ... health clinics, a study last year ... read more
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Heart attack survivors create 'Heart Sisters' support group
The heart is the most powerful organ in the human body, but thousands of people, like Beverly Pohlit and Christine Hartline, know it can give out. "We are both heart attack ... survivors too often str... read more
The Day the Earth Stood Still Being Remade for 2008 - Confirmed!
We don't know yet, but we'll put in some requests with Fox to find out. I can bet if it ... meaning a The Day the Earth Stood Still remake is definitely underway for summer 2008! 1 [...] The Day the E... read more
Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy
Nuclear fission using thorium is easily within our reach, and, compared with conventional nuclear energy, the risks are considerably lower ... to start heating out of control and cause an accident. A ... read more
‘Stand Your Ground’ Did Not Kill Markeis McGlockton
But that is not true, and Gualtieri's misrepresentation of the law has renewed misguided criticism of Florida's approach to self-defense, which contrary to popular misconception does not give a free p... read more
Swollen rivers begin falling across Northeast
Some New Jersey towns resembled large, soggy yard sales as residents dragged flood-damaged belongings out onto lawns and ... a catastrophe along the lower Connecticut River, said Denise Ruzicka, direc... read more
Can we really afford to go to war?
But the episode - sparked by Finance Minister Mathias Cormann's refusal to rule out such a tax over the weekend - demonstrates one thing clearly. Despite the Abbott Government's turn towards national ... read more
Where the candidates for California governor stand on the state's biggest issues
She has criticized the state for its water ... lower-income families, telling the Orange County Register, “We can’t just keep on raising taxes to pay for infrastructure.” On the bullet train, Villarai... read more
The Fragile Generation
A 2010 study ... your job to create a place of comfort and home for the students!" She did not take kindly to his response that, to the contrary, he sees it as his job to create a space where students ... read more