Jul 02

Simple advice about saving has spawned a toxic debate.

Simple advice about saving has spawned a toxic debate. Left: Photo of David Bach by Dominik Bindl/Getty. Right: Photo illustration by Hunter French David Bach has a story he tells over and over again about his Grandma Rose, who figured that being poor sucked and decided to become rich. In his telling, when Rose was a […]

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Jun 26

Most Popular

Most Popular Small schools across the United States are facing budget shortfalls and low enrollment—leading some to shut down in the middle of students’ higher-education experience. Updated at 12:07 p.m. on June 19, 2019 Like most other colleges across the country, Newbury College, a small, private liberal-arts school in Brookline, Massachusetts, held classes through the […]

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Dec 20

Science blog

Science blog About cancer Cancer types Cancers in general Causes of cancer Coping with cancer Health Professionals Get involved Donate Find an event Volunteer Do your own fundraising More… Our research By cancer type By cancer topic Near you By Researcher More… Funding for researchers Research opportunities Our funding schemes Applying for funding How we […]

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Dec 19

Lost man survives 34 days in caves

Lost man survives 34 days in caves Accessibility links Wednesday 19 December 2018 By Colin Randall in Paris 12:01AM GMT 24 Jan 2005 A man who spent 34 days lost in the cold, dark caves of an abandoned mushroom plantation told rescuers that he survived by eating bits of wood and soil, licking rusted iron […]

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Dec 19

US student survives three days trapped in a cave after getting lost on university field trip

US student survives three days trapped in a cave after getting lost on university field trip or register with your social account Already have an account? Log in A US student spent three days trapped inside a cave after getting lost on a university field trip. Lukas Cavar, 19, was visiting the Sullivan Cave, in […]

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Sep 16

How to Get Your Content Seen on Facebook: Understanding the News Feed Algorithm

Last Updated: Mar 27, 2017Wondering why more people don’t see your business’s Facebook posts? Facebook only displays what you post to a small percentage of your page’s fans. Here’s how you can increase the number of people that see your content in their news feeds. Facebook recognizes that each user has hundreds of connections to […]

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Sep 14

Start a Digital Forensics Business

Last Updated: Mar 11, 2017High profile computer break-ins and data breaches have brought to light the need for digital forensics experts – professionals who can track down weaknesses in a computer system’s security before criminals discover them. Here are tips for starting a digital forensics business. Late last year Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) made the […]

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Jul 05

Foreclosure, Abandonment, and Short Sales

The slumping housing market is not news.  If you purchased or refinanced a home, a second home, or rental/investment/business property from 2002 to 2008, you probably owe more on that property than it is worth – referred to as “upside down.”  If you’re in this situation you are not alone.  Nationwide 23% of homeowners find […]

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Jul 05

Time to Go Green?

Are you planning some summer-time home renovations?  Tired of paying high energy costs?  Uncle Sam has some good news for you.  He wants to pay you back for home remodeling projects that reduce your electric and heating bill.  The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 includes tax credits to reimburse up to 30% of […]

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Jul 03

Extension Vital to Avoid Penalties

Good news! The traditional April 15th income tax deadline falls on a Washington, D.C. holiday this year making April 18th the deadline to file your taxes.  The bad news – April 18th continues its advance regardless of this three day reprieve.  For those who have not yet filed their taxes the deadline brings a variety […]

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