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GM Readies for New Fines Following Impala Recall

Following a $35 million fine for faulty ignition switches in its Chevrolet Cobalts in the spring, General Motors (GM) should start battening down the ...
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Norfolk Aims to Increase Young Swimmer Safety with Second Annual Water Safety Day

Norfolk County, Ontario has successfully held its second annual Community Water Safety Day. The event was held on June 21, the summer solstice, at Por...
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By 2015, the U.S. Will See Widespread Adaption of EMV Credit Card Chip Technology

Brace yourselves — credit cards are in for a change. By the end of 2015, 41% of U.S. debit cards, and 70% of U.S. credit cards will be embedded...
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You Won’t Believe Which Foods Can Actually Whiten Your Teeth, According to Dentists

In the United States, we spend about $775 million on toothbrushes each year. But dental experts and healthcare professionals say there are other sour...
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Fishhooks Taped to Slide in Orchard Mesa Injure Young Boy

In Orchard Mesa, Colorado, parents and children have had to be on the lookout for something you wouldn’t normally expect to find in a playground...
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Home Crafting Levels Up with This Fun Final Fantasy III Mural on a Screen Door

Old video games may not have the life-like graphics we see on modern consoles, but as one fan discovered, they can make for some fun home decor.Japane...
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Think Before You Ink: Things to Consider Before Getting a Tattoo

Tattoos no longer carry the social stigma they once had. According to a 2013 Pew research study, about 45 million people in the United States have at ...
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Investigators Find That Counterfeit Industry is More Extensive Than Most People Realize

Product counterfeiting is currently a $300 billion-a-year criminal industry; this is not chump change by any means. And when it comes to which product...
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Charlotte Students, Parents Celebrate as College Board Validates SAT Scores

After a lengthy controversy surrounding the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) in Charlotte, North Carolina, parents and students can finally breathe a si...
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Canadian Corporations are Highly Corrupt According to Participants in New Survey

One fifth of Canadian executives describe businesses and large corporations as “highly corrupt.” Bribery, manipulation, and deception in b...