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Dentists around the World Look to Curb Dramatic Increase of Tooth Decay among Children over the Past Decade

Dentists around the World Look to Curb Dramatic Increase of Tooth Decay among Children over the Past Decade

Tooth decay used to be most common among adults, but this is no longer the case. Now, dentists are approaching the global epidemic of adolescent tooth decay with a sense…

Osage Nation Wins Bid to Purchase Oklahoma Ranch Back from Business Mogul Ted Turner

Osage Nation Wins Bid to Purchase Oklahoma Ranch Back from Business Mogul Ted Turner

The plight of Native Americans for the past century has been well-documented, but one tribe has made substantial progress in reclaiming the land it once owned — by outbidding its…

Amazon To Open a Bookstore in San Diego

Amazon To Open a Bookstore in San Diego

When Amazon built its first brick-and-mortar store in Seattle this past November, it seemed pretty ironic to consumers: the e-commerce site that has done more to popularize online shopping —…

From East to West: Commerical Fire Roundup

Many commercial fire alarms have sounded across the country, as businesses on the East and West coast experience devastating building fires. In Brooklyn, NY, a three-alarm fire tore its way…

Productivity Is on the Decline, But Businesses Shouldn’t Necessarily Be Worried

Productivity Is on the Decline, But Businesses Shouldn’t Necessarily Be Worried

Increasing productivity while decreasing cost: It’s the age-old conundrum that businesses still face today. There are two different factors that seem to be influencing this relationship, however, and these factors…

Looser Regulations Making Swimming Pools Safer?

Looser Regulations Making Swimming Pools Safer?

Many parents’ hearts begin to race when their children learn to swim for the first time, and most of those parents will have their eyes glued on their kids every…

NYU Law Graduates Receive Email from Legal Recruitment Firm Suggesting They Seek ‘Sugar Daddies’

NYU Law Graduates Receive Email from Legal Recruitment Firm Suggesting They Seek ‘Sugar Daddies’

New York University’s School of Law is one of the most prestigious institutes in the nation, and legal recruitment firms are constantly staying in touch with alumni in hopes of…

DOJ Arrests Race Car Driver Scott Tucker and Lawyer for Payday Loan Scam

DOJ Arrests Race Car Driver Scott Tucker and Lawyer for Payday Loan Scam

A race car driver and his lawyer have been indicted on charges related to a payday loan scam that evaded state laws in order to drastically increase interest rates. Payday…

The Sunshine State Indeed: Florida Will Triple Its Solar Capacity in 2016

The Sunshine State Indeed: Florida Will Triple Its Solar Capacity in 2016

The state of Florida is seeing many new developments in the solar power industry thanks to Florida Power and Light (FPL) and its three new solar power plants. As reported…

Maine Woman Ordered to Pay $15,000 in Fines in Property Maintenance Dispute

Maine Woman Ordered to Pay $15,000 in Fines in Property Maintenance Dispute

A homeowner in Maine is being forced to pay a whopping sum as the result of a property maintenance dispute, potentially leading to widespread change in her local government that…