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Feds: Don't Say Your Plastic Shopping Bags Are Biodegradable If You Can't Prove It

While cities and states around the country crack down on the overuse of plastic shopping bags, the Federal Trade Commission is warning manufacturers of these bags to refrain from making eco-friendly claims about their products unless those claims can be proven in the real world. 242 more words

Your Credit - It's Important

Why It’s Important

Good credit is necessary if you plan to use credit to make a major purchase, such as a car or a home, or want to be able to take advantage of the convenience credit can provide.
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Area youth put engineering and teamwork skills to the test

Preparing for FTC scrimmage

FRC Competition at Davidow Hall, Salem Community College 10/18/2014

FRC teams queuing up for competition, Duel on DE 2014

FRC Audience Duel on DE 2014… 133 more words

News And Events

Don’t let a vacation getaway become a house of horrors


By Russ Van Arsdale, executive director Northeast CONTACT

Posted Oct. 19, 2014, at 10:14 a.m.

On Oct. 11, Texas A&M hosted the University of Mississippi in football.

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U.S. Federal Drug Administration (FDA) Threatens to Arrest People Who Claim Natural Ebola Cures

By Mike Adams
Global Research
September 25, 2014
Natural News
hanks to L. 

In furtherance of the medical monopoly that dominates western civilization today, the FDA issued warning letters to three companies over what they call fraudulent health claims regarding Ebola treatments. 2,197 more words


FTC Robotics: Business Cards

Recently I became a mentor for the First FTC team 8943, also known as OOPS! Now you may be wondering what First FTC is, well it is a robotics competition in which teams design robots that fit within an 18in cube. 127 more words


Post facto, Obama acts to protect U.S. financial sector after devastating attacks

Maybe he’s tired of dealing with the headaches.

After the biggest and most prolonged period of hacking breaches against America’s biggest banks, retail giants, and food chains starting over the summer and continuing nearly unabated to the present, President Obama signed an executive order to protect U.S. 356 more words