Investors dropped Apple stock ( AAPL ) after hearing of dissapointing earnings.
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On Sunday, July 1st, Amazon begins collecting sales tax in Texas.
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Buy health insurance coverage or else pay a tax penalty…
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Sunflower against the sky. Hot summer sun.
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Mother dove and baby in nest.
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Tante Sue de Mamou
Sue Vasseur (aka Taunte Sue de Mamou) is finished working the crowd at Fred’s Lounge in Mamou according to local reports . The regulars will miss Taunte Sue and her HOT DAMN cinnamon schnapps…
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Stock photo of Savings Bonds
Have bonds reached their top? Are interest rates going up from here?
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Girl standing on beach with inflatable ring around waist
If there are no visible signs of oil on the beach and no tar balls or oil in the water… is it safe to swim?
Florida beach conditions are reported by the Department of Health.
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IV Intravenous bag hanging in hospital
IV drip in hospital .
President Obama signed into law the final fixes to the Health Care Reform Today. Republicans have promised to fight for repeal and to challenge it in court. Included in the new law government will lend money directly to students.
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Environmental Protection Agency issued a final ruling that greenhouse gases “endanger” health and human welfare. Declaring that Carbon Dioxide endangers human health allows President Barack Obama to gloat at the Climate summit in Copenhagen. He may brag of this executive power to impose emissions caps on industry in the United States. Under the “endangerment finding,” the EPA asserts the power to regulate CO2 and other gases blamed for global warming.
The Obama administration dismissed concern over the climategate controversy surrounding leaked e-mails from the British climate research center. Yet to be answered is the possible economic impact of regulations that constrain emmissions.
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