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Black Friday Good for Getting More on the Dollar

Black Friday Good for Getting More on the Dollar

While families are looking forward to seeing their long-lost loved ones on Thanksgiving Day next Thursday, many more are looking forward Black Friday and a good chance to get more on the dollar. Many retailers lower their prices to lure customers to their cash registers. An abcNEWS report says that customers do not have to […]

Nevada Voter ID Bill Agenda Flawed

Nevada Voter ID Bill Agenda Flawed

Since gaining a clear majority and control of the state government in the latest election, Nevada Republican party officials have announced an agenda to pursue the passage of voter ID laws which appears flawed at best and counter-productive even to their own mandate. In the wake of taking the majority of votes in an election, […]

Dish Network and Turner Come to Terms

Dish Network and Turner Come to Terms

After a monthlong blackout of many Turner Broadcasting channels, Dish Network has restored Cartoon Network, CNN, Turner Classic Movies and five other networks to customers line-ups. This is part of a short-term agreement between the two that have been battling over contract negotiations for a while now. The agreement restores the Turner channels and extends […]

Leadership Roles More Likely to Make Women Depressed

Leadership Roles More Likely to Make Women Depressed

It is lonely at the top, as the old saying says. For women, however, it is also depressing. Recent studies show the difference in pay is not the only gender gap for women in executive roles, women with leadership positions are far more likely to be depressed than male counterparts. Women are finally in more […]

Kenya Suffers Terror Attack as Al-Shabab Kills Bus Passengers

Kenya Suffers Terror Attack as Al-Shabab Kills Bus Passengers

Kenya suffered from a terror attack as Al-Shabab, a terrorist militant from neighboring Somalia, attacked a bus bound for Nairobi, the country’s capital city, causing suffering to the passengers and killing 28 of them Saturday morning. Seventeen of the passengers were teachers while the rest were healthcare workers and police officers. There was a total […]

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