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Retailers offer online paths to back-to-school savings
This season, stores are offering new services and apps to cater to time-starved, smartphone-savvy parents to help them save time and money during back-to-school shopping.
Back-to-school shopping has started, and for college students, that means figuring out how to pay for at least one big expense: textbooks.
To review the basics, banks borrow money from depositors -- those of us with savings accounts, CDs, the float from our checking accounts, etc., and they make loans with that money. Currently, 95 percent of what banks loan comes from what people like us have loaned them.
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Providing water for wildlife often not a good idea
It may seem cruel, but providing water for wildlife subjects them to other dangers.
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Taylor Swift 'Shake it Off' director rebuts racism charges
Mark Romanek responds to rapper Earl Sweatshirt who -- without seeing the video -- blasted its twerking scene as “inherently offesnive.”