Bomb New York City Subway Because of High Interest Loans?

First Hand Account of Mr. Zazi in Court Terrorist plots are on the rise. Today Mr. Najibullah Zazi pleaded guilty to plotting a bomb attack on a New York City subway. Pat Milton, an investigative producer for CBS, was in the court room gaining exclusive information about the subject at hand. Zazi didn’t appear to
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Working mothers have more obese kids, says study

Numerous studies indicate that childhood obesity has more than tripled over the past three decades. According to a new study by an American University professor, a common theme among obese children is working mothers who are frequently away from home. Families with mothers who worked more hours had children with a higher body mass index
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Congressman Christopher Lee resigns amid Craigslist scandal

Christopher Lee has resigned as congressman because of a leaked photo, which he had sent to a woman he met on Craigslist. Lee is a Republican congressman from New York and in the middle of his second term. He announced his resignation seemingly to head off a scandal before it got out of hand. False

A small loan can create big returns with the right business

Financing is available for those who qualify A small loan can be the beginning of something big. For those who have dreamt of creating their own business, it is a great time to start the process. Though it may be contrary to logic since the economy has been labored, experts are saying that isn’t true.
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First Republic Bank Goes Independent

Bank of America agrees to sell Bank of America says it will sell First Republic Bank, but BofA assures the public that the purpose of the sale is not to meet the government’s capital requirements. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that in May the government ordered Bank of America to raise $34 billion after it
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Alleged Israeli vulture spy ruled Zionist plot by Saudis

While it may sound like something straight out of the Adam Sandler comedy movie “You Don’t Mess With the Zohan,” the Israeli daily newspaper Haaretz News states that Saudi Arabia is crying Zionist plot over an alleged vulture spy. Reportedly tagged for scientific research by Tel-Aviv University, the Israeli vulture spy accidentally flew into rural
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Shariah Islamic stock index opens in India

In accordance with Shariah law, Muslims are not permitted to invest in companies that derive significant benefit from interest, as Muslims consider this to be usury. In order to facilitate business-minded Muslims who wish to diversify their investment portfolios, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), the Mumbai-based Taqwaa Advisory and Shariah Investment Solutions have launched an

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The Basics of a Cash Advance With our country barely struggling to survive in the face of a potential repeat recession, it’s relieving to know that a cash advance is fairly easy to obtain. When seeking emergency fast cash, there isn’t as much technical mumbo jumbo as people would think. You simply give the cash
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Parents Use Installment Loans to Fund Summer Camp

Summer Camp is Still a Goal Parents are using installment loans to fund summer camp for their children in 2010. Due to the economy, many parents are finding it difficult to finance their children’s summer vacation away from home. On average, summer camp costs anywhere from $90 to $1,200. It depends upon the length and type
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A quick riff on St. Patricks Day history

Top of the morning to you — or maybe not, if it isn’t morning when you read this.  Today is March 17, St. Patrick’s Day, and I thought everyone could use a quick lesson on St. Patrick’s Day history.  St. Patrick was born sometime in the late 4th century CE, and died sometime, depending on
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“The Amazing Randi” exposes bomb detection fraud

It’s been said that a magician never reveals his secrets. In the case of “The Amazing Randi” and the current controversies surrounding crock bomb detectors unscrupulous companies are attempting to peddle for soldiers in Iraq, James Randi is happy to reveal exactly what’s going on. As you’ll see, the military should never invest in such
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The 4th Worst Snow Storm Ever

Top 10 Storms Looking at the storms that are blasting through the United States, the theory being spread from coast to coast is that this may just be the top ten winter snowstorms. In fact, the Midwest experienced its fourth worst storm since the 1950’s! While some people enjoyed the snow coming down, others became
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Futures Trading and SEC fighting Congress for funding

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Securities and Exchange Commission are supposed to be the financial police officers of the economy. The 2010 Dodd-Frank Act was meant to increase the power of these agencies to protect consumers and keep an eye on Wall Street. The funding to carry out these tasks, however, is caught in
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Bank profits tumble as new laws for credit cards start working

New regulations for credit cards on how interest rates and fees can be assessed are working. However, some loan lenders are lamenting the new rules that require greater disclosure when changing terms with customers. Outlawing guerrilla-style fee and interest raises has led Bank of America and other companies to lose value from credit card units.