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Sweeping New Marijuana Reform Bills Introduced In Congress
Legislation introduced in both chambers would reschedule marijuana, open up avenues for research and new interstate trade opportunities for business
Is Your Rental Car Company Spying on You and Your Driving? Here's How They Do It
Speed in a rental car, pay a fine. Cross a state line, pay a fine. This is how to protect yourself
7 Things You Do On A Cruise That Will Make People Hate You
Do any of these with the full understanding that many of your better-mannered, too-polite-to-say-so fellow passengers will despise you as a result.
Most Effective Ways To Protect Your Personal Data Online
Online privacy used to be a given. Now it's fast becoming a luxury and even a commodity. So is it worth paying for your online anonymity?
Cutting Class: the University of Phoenix Has Lost Half Its Students in the Last Five Years
Revenue plunges as students vote with their feet at the embattled for-profit college
How to Save $700 on Tea and Break Those Bad, Budget Draining Money Habits
Whether it's your eating habits, daily caffeine fix, entertainment budget or spending style, there are undoubtedly ways you can save day to day that'll add up annually.
What Americans Are Doing With Their Savings From the Gas Pump
Even with savings of more than $1 per gallon, only 3% of drivers are turning around to buy new stuff. Most, in fact, are paying off debt.
Why is GM Eliminating 100,000-Mile Warranties — And Should You Care?
General Motors is scaling back warranties, free maintenance and free roadside assistance on many models, but experts say the move will likely hurt dealers more than consumers.
Northeast Comes Out on Top in Study of Best K-12 Schools
Schools in the Northeast generally have the lowest high school dropout rates and highest college attendance, while many Western states flounder.
The Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights: The Law of the Land?
Senate Democrats introduce legislation that would be an upgrade over the Obama plan.