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Senators Push for Investigation Into Dramatic Increase in Winter Utility Bills

Senators Push for Investigation Into Dramatic Increase in Winter Utility Bills

Why were heating bills so high this winter in the Northeast — and what can homeowners do about it in the future? This month, several senators, including Kirsten Gillibrand and…

Solar Technology Getting More Accessible

Solar Technology Getting More Accessible

Although folks out west have the perfect climate and conditions to install solar panels on the roofs of their houses, homeowners in the northern parts of the country haven’t had…

Advertisers Making a Noted Shift from TV to the Web

Advertisers Making a Noted Shift from TV to the Web

Some of the country’s biggest advertisers are increasingly pulling funds from their TV ad budgets in a move to place a bigger emphasis on online video advertising, according to new…

Google Glass Gets a New Use: Recording Personal Injury Struggles

Google Glass Gets a New Use: Recording Personal Injury Struggles

The way evidence is chronicled during personal injury lawsuits is evolving as more claimants are using Google Glass to record their struggles with their injuries first-hand. According to a Wall…

Potential Scholarship Scandal Looms for Australian Prime Minister

Potential Scholarship Scandal Looms for Australian Prime Minister

A potential scholarship scandal is looming for the daughter of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, Frances Abbott. Frances Abbott was, in 2011, awarded a $60,000 scholarship by the Whitehouse Institute of…

Retracted Online Sale Has Hundreds of Customers Angry at Lenovo

Retracted Online Sale Has Hundreds of Customers Angry at Lenovo

Computer manufacturer Lenovo got in hot water with customers this week after falsely advertising a sale of its merchandise. If there’s one thing you should never mess with as a…

After Expert Witness Testimony, Pistorius to Undergo 30 Days of Psychiatric Tests

After Expert Witness Testimony, Pistorius to Undergo 30 Days of Psychiatric Tests

On Monday, May 26, South African Paralympian Oscar Pistorius arrived at a psychiatric hospital to begin a month-long mental health evaluation as ordered by a judge in the trial determining whether or…

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