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Not Leo DiCaprio? How to Cut Your Energy Bills Anyway

Repost by: Dennis “Unc D” Morgan

Posted: 19 Nov 2014 05:34 AM PST

(NewsUSA) – If we all had Leo DiCaprio’s millions, we too could spend a small fortune powering our mansions with solar panels without having to worry whether the investment would ultimately wind up cutting our… 521 more words


Five Social Security changes coming in 2015

Social Security recipients will receive 1.7 percent bigger checks in 2015, the Social Security Administration announced today. And some groups of workers will begin receiving benefit statements in the mail with a list of taxes paid and an estimate of their future retirement benefit. 26 more words

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Tracking Ebola: How the Virus Spread to the U.S.

A Guinean toddler who died on Dec. 6, 2013, is believed to be “Patient Zero” in the ongoing Ebola outbreak that has killed nearly 5,000 people and touched down in seven different countries … 13 more words

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How Harvard can be the #1 university in the world but #2 in the US

U.S. News & World report released its first global university rankings today, and Harvard University tops the list. Which is kind of weird, considering that Harvard ranked second on the same publication’s  350 more words

Study: U Of M Ranked In Top 30 For Best Global Universities

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus was ranked as the 29th best global university, according to a study done by U.S. News & World Report… 69 more words


Report Ranks Harvard, MIT As World's Top Two Universities

BOSTON (CBS) – A recent report ranked the best universities around the globe, and two of them can be found without leaving Massachusetts.

U.S. News & World Report released a… 115 more words


Midterm Election Could Top $4 Billion

The upcoming midterm election is shaping up to be the most expensive of its kind, with almost $2 billion in fundraising still expected to roll in with less than two weeks to go before Election Day.

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