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While Sorting Through Clothing Donations, Goodwill Worker Discovers $1,200 in Cash in Garment Pocket

While Sorting Through Clothing Donations, Goodwill Worker Discovers $1,200 in Cash in Garment Pocket

With ice, snow, and bitter winds covering much of the United States, now is the time when charities most rely on used clothing donations to help people in need. But…

Cold Weather Snaps Across the Country Lead To Increased Concerns About Furnace Fires

Cold Weather Snaps Across the Country Lead To Increased Concerns About Furnace Fires

It doesn’t matter if you live on the East Coast or the West Coast — every state that could possibly be considered part of the northern half of the country…

California Colleges Experience Rise in Efforts to Unionize Part-Time Faculty

California Colleges Experience Rise in Efforts to Unionize Part-Time Faculty

A recent surge of unionization efforts across California’s college campuses and the rest of the nation are rooted in the frustrations of part-time and adjunct faculty who are becoming increasingly…

Real Estate Experts Predict 2015 Will Be Year of the First-time Homebuyer

Real Estate Experts Predict 2015 Will Be Year of the First-time Homebuyer

As experts from industries across the board make predictions about how their industries will fare in the coming year, real estate experts are predicting that 2015 will be the year…

Bot Fraudsters Account for Nearly a Quarter of Video Ad Views Online, Report Shows

Bot Fraudsters Account for Nearly a Quarter of Video Ad Views Online, Report Shows

When advertisers spend money on video marketing, one common metric of a video ad’s success is how many views it accumulates. But a report released earlier this month suggests that…

Fibroid Removal Tool Found to Potentially Spread Cancer

Fibroid Removal Tool Found to Potentially Spread Cancer

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued stringent warnings about morcellators, medical power tools used to pulverize fibroid growths, as there are concerns that the devices could be causing…

Why a British Cancer Survivor’s Case Should Not Be as Unique as It Is

Why a British Cancer Survivor’s Case Should Not Be as Unique as It Is

A British woman has beaten the odds and overcome cervical cancer by getting a second opinion, which, as a new study indicates, one in five woman ought to do. Five…

Convention Connects Veteran Business Owners With Government Agencies

Convention Connects Veteran Business Owners With Government Agencies

It’s no secret that veterans of the U.S. armed forces often have a tough time finding employment upon exiting the military, but according to Atlanta-area NPR station WABE, the unemployment…

Vehicle Shipping Company Unable to Deliver on Time

Vehicle Shipping Company Unable to Deliver on Time

The United States Transportation Command announced a few changes of its own prior to the beginning of this year’s hectic season for change-of-station moves for troops.Among the announcements, a new…

US District Court Dismisses Class-Actions Against Apple Claiming Unfair Wage Practices in Security Checks

US District Court Dismisses Class-Actions Against Apple Claiming Unfair Wage Practices in Security Checks

A U.S. District Court Judge has dismissed class-action lawsuits arguing that employees of Apple Stores across the country deserve overtime pay for time spent in mandatory security checks performed after…