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With over a half billion eggs being recalled, the government is trying to find out what's happening in the henhouse to cause the salmonella outbreak.
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Early baby boomers, those who are 56 to 62, have a 47.2 percent change of not having enough money for basic retirement expenses as well as uninsured health care costs, the report finds. Late boomers, who are between 46 and 55, have a 43.7 percent chance of not having enough money, and Generation Xers (ages 36-45) have a 44.5 percent chance.
Your decision to divorce can influence whether your friend gets divorced. It also can sway your friend's friend.
If your e-mail sarcasm has ever been misinterpreted, you'll find this funny. Researchers have developed a computer program that can identify online sarcasm.
Before you spend any money, learn more about what a security system can and cannot do for you.
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