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Being in the digital age has its own share of ups and downs. On one side, people are getting a little bit lazier because of the emergence of a lot of gadgets that significantly reduce the amount of effort a person does in his or her everyday routine. On the …

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Borrowers Hit Social-Media Hurdles

Regulators Have Concerns About Lenders’ Use of Facebook, Other Sites By Stephanie Armour Jan. 8, 2014 6:51 p.m. ET WASHINGTON—More lending companies are mining Facebook, FB -2.23% Twitter TWTR -5.62% and other social-media data to help determine a borrower’s creditworthiness or identity, a trend that is raising concerns among consumer …

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BREAKING NEWS: Michigan nullifies NDAA’s indefinite detention

NASHVILLE, December 27, 2013 — Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan signed Senate Bill No. 94 into law yesterday. The bill seeks to nullify section 1021 of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). “It is important to recall that indefinite detention first appeared in section 1021 of the 2012 NDAA, …

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Seattle rapper “SIC ILL” claims he helped socialist politician Kshama Sawant win council seat

In the final days of the Seattle council election Kshama Sawant was losing by a small margin of votes. Seattle rap cult-hero “SIC ILL” felt sympathy for her causes, one of which is to have the city of Seattle have a $15 minimum wage standard. SIC ILL met Sawant in …

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Perfect Holiday Gift – MusicCup

Check this out! http://mymusiccup.com/ This could be one of the best holiday gifts this season. It is called MusicCup. Essentially it is a Bluetooth speaker in a cup shape. Very creative design! It also has NFC enabled so all you have to do is tap and play. The sound quality …

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How Can Recruiters Progress in 2014?

Technologies and lifestyles are constantly changing. Today, we interviewed Bachir Mounsef, Senior Recruiter, to understand how can recruiters progress during the New Year 2014. Work is slowly improving for corporate recruiters, who are affected deeply by the lack of employment. The economic situation forces many companies to decrease staff, but …

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Washington, DC: Our Changing City

Washington, DC, residents don’t need census data to tell them what’s obvious in their neighborhoods: the city is changing dramatically. But numbers can give us context. They can show us how shifts in population are reshaping the city and can help us prepare for changes to come. In this series, …

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Federal Prison Population Grows 27 Percent in 10 Years

BY: Washington Free Beacon Staff December 6, 2013 4:18 pm The number of federal prison inmates has grown 27 percent in the last decade, according the Government Accountability Office (GAO). In a report examining the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) budget, the GAO found that prison population is rising: The …

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8 Photos You Didn’t See From Obama’s Trip to South Africa

On Tuesday, conservative news outlets in the United States decided that the best way to commemorate the life of Nelson Mandela, and to report on the memorial services in his honor, was to manufacture a controversy about an AFP photo of President Barack Obama shooting a selfie with Danish Prime …

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