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HUD Announces New Funding For Repairs and Preservations of Public Housing Across Nation

HUD Announces New Funding For Repairs and Preservations of Public Housing Across Nation

Last week, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded almost $1.8 billion to public housing authorities across the nation. All 50 states, as well U.S. territories such as Guam, Puerto…

Philadelphia In Running For $30 Million Federal Grant

Philadelphia In Running For $30 Million Federal Grant

Senator Robert P. Casey Jr. announced Monday that Philadelphia was one of six cities in the running for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s “Choice Neighborhood” grant, which would gift the…

Latest Case-Shiller Report Finds Housing Market Still Fluctuating

Latest Case-Shiller Report Finds Housing Market Still Fluctuating

One friend might tell you that the United States is slowly crawling out of the housing crisis while another may mention how things are actually getting worse in the market.…

Latest Viral Video Shows Runners Stopping Race to Thank an Elderly Veteran

The newest viral video star has been found, and (thankfully) this time it’s not just another cat. It’s actually a 95-year-old World War II veteran named Joe Bell, who dressed…

Iowa Lawmakers Pass New Bill Broadening Definition of Bullying

Iowa Lawmakers Pass New Bill Broadening Definition of Bullying

Iowa lawmakers approved a new, anti-bullying bill early this morning. The Iowa Senate was largely divided on the legislation; even so, the controversial bill passed by a vote of 26 to…

Winter Storm Vulcan Creates Dangerous Hazards to Drivers

Winter Storm Vulcan Creates Dangerous Hazards to Drivers

Many folks in the Midwest and Northeast are steeling themselves against Winter Storm Vulcan, which rapidly turned from a surging powerhouse into a full-fledge blizzard in many areas. On Monday,…

Can Wearing Google Glass Leave You the Victim of a Hate Crime?

Can Wearing Google Glass Leave You the Victim of a Hate Crime?

A San Francisco local is claiming to be the first ever victim of a Google Glass hate crime. Last week, Sarah Slocum, a social media and business consultant, entered a San…

Barns Buckling Under the Weight of Heavy Snow Across the U.S.

Barns Buckling Under the Weight of Heavy Snow Across the U.S.

The harsh cold and snowstorms that pounded the United States through January and February resulted in lots of car wrecks on icy roads and even slowed economic growth. But one…

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Stands Against Washington Spying, Sees Stocks Rally

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Stands Against Washington Spying, Sees Stocks Rally

Facebook has been very successful since launching its IPO at $16 billion in May 2012. With everything from the ability to connect with loved ones, play games, and check out aggregated…

AC Burglars Not Cool Enough to Avoid Local Authorities

AC Burglars Not Cool Enough to Avoid Local Authorities

With Winter Storm Vulcan hammering the Northeastern region of the United States and the brutal temperatures of the historically-cold January and February just now subsiding, air conditioning units haven’t exactly…