Daily Archives: November 29, 2010

Somali teen arrested for attempted Christmas Tree bombing

Mohamed Osman Mohamud was arrested for the alleged "Christmas tree bomb" attempt in Oregon. Federal agents arrested him in a sting.
Christmas Tree

iPad popularity leads to reduction in 2010 PC sales forecast

The popularity of the iPad and other tablets could be the beginning of the end of the PC era. It has already affected sales of PCs in 2010...
PC era over

Germany must do more to avert economic crisis, says Cohen

German Chancellor Angela Merkel wants a euro zone 2.0, but critics wonder whether she is really willing to work to help make it happen...
Photograph of a fanned-out stack of euro bills.

Payday Loans and How You Can Protect Your Personal Information From Identity Theft

Encryption of your data is just the basic level of protection you need to look for. You can also check to see if the page has HTTPS in the address bar when on application page.
Encryption of your data is just the basic level of protection you need to look for. You can also check to see if the page has HTTPS in the address bar when on application page.

Five budgeting tips that help cut the cost of convenience

Many American families and individuals can use these smart spending tips to help cut back the overgrown cost of convenience, a budget killer.
A typical fast food stand on Blackpool promenade.

A holiday loan for your holiday needs

If you're like most people, you need extra money for the holidays. A quick online holiday loan can help you through the season. Apply today!
Laughing in the snow.

Fiji Water production bottled by Fijian government

The Fiji Water company has stopped production in Fiji after the government raised water extraction taxes amid strange circumstances...
Fiji Water

How People Are Taking Advantage of Installment Loans To Cover Budget Shocks Today

Budget shocks are something very common these days. Many middle class Americans have started using installment lending products to get through tough times.
Budget shocks are something very common these days. Many middle class Americans have started using installment lending products to get through tough times.

Feminist Muslim reform activist argues for racial profiling

Racial profiling and religious profiling by TSA at airports would be a good idea, argues Muslim reform activist Asra Nomani in a recent op-ed.
Shots of four sets of eyes from different ethnic backgrounds, stacked one atop the other.

Rules on how to avoid holiday weight gain

The holidays are here, and so are the weight-gain traps. Don't fall victim -- learn how to avoid holiday weight gain with these simple tips.
Couple eating healthy.

Atheist billboard about Christmas ignites controversy

The controversy over a new Christmas billboard by the Lincoln Tunnel is huge. The American Atheists sponsored the board; it's not the first.
Atheist Billboard

Short Term Loans Are Available Without Credit Checks - What Does That Mean For You?

Having access to a short term loan online when every you want without credit checks is a tempting offer but what should you know before applying?
Having access to a short term loan online when every you want without credit checks is a tempting offer but what should you know before applying?

Obama announces two-year federal pay freeze

The Obama administration is taking fiscal responsibility by the horns. A two-year federal pay freeze is the latest deficit control measure...
The U.S. Capitol building, photographed at night.

List of December holidays 2010

The list of December holidays in 2010 gives a lot of reasons to celebrate, including Hanukkah, the Islamic New Year and several desserts...
December Holidays 2010

Various car of the year awards slant to green vehicles

The two most hotly anticipated green vehicles of the moment, the Chevrolet Volt and the Nissan Leaf, have both been named Car of the Year...
Chevy Volt