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Jet.com, The Costco of Amazon Prime, Is Finally Open for Business

Economists have been calling it the Costco version of Amazon, targeting the budget-conscious consumers who typically shop at discount stores without s...
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Extreme Weather May be the New Norm

A bridge located on Interstate 10 between Phoenix and Los Angeles has recently been washed out, becoming a huge traffic disruption. This comes as an a...
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FedEx Doesn’t Want to Ship Bioterror Germs Anymore, and That’s Not Good

According to a letter from FedEx to federal regulators, the shipping giant is no longer willing to transport packages containing research specimens of...
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Financial Aid Agency Secretly Took Money From the Accounts of Thousands of College Applicants

The student loan debt crisis has hit its peak, according to many economists and education officials, and it almost seems like the crisis can’t g...
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Banning Bottled Water Has Unintended Consequences, New Study Finds

It’s common knowledge by now that bottled water is not good for the environment. Each year, only 23% of all plastic is recycled, which means tha...
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Body Positive YouTube Fashionista Busts Myths About Big Girls and Bikinis

Women, especially those who are overweight, are often told that they should dress for their body types. Sometimes larger girls are even publicly shame...
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Olive Garden to Stop Cleaning Its Carpets as Much

Cleaning carpets isn’t that hard when you consider the fact that 99% of all stains can be removed by one cleaning agent or another if they’...
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Millennials Better At Saving For Retirement

Though 81% of retirees credit good health as the key ingredient to a happy retirement, it’s likely that 100% of retirees would agree that it doe...
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Confidence High in Home Remodeling Industry

More than two-thirds of home renovation businesses are seeing revenues and profits equal or greater to pre-recessional levels, according to a new anal...
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Family Support Could Be Key in Combating Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is a more critical issue than many people realize, but a new study has found a possible way to help turn the tide and put kids on a ...