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  • Salvation Army, Goodwill expand by-the-pound programs

    In hip fashion circles, "used" is increasingly the new "new." Twenty years ago, thrift stores were nothing more than glorified garage sales, with worn-out clothes and icky shoes strewn from corner to corner. But the Great Recession and its frugal...
  • Belga Kompany vende casaca de debut ante Argelia con fines solidarios

    BRUSELAS (Reuters) - El capitán de la selección de fútbol de Bélgica, Vincent Kompany, puso a la venta la casaca que utilizó en el debut de su equipo en el Mundial de Brasil contra Argelia para contribuir con las organizaciones benéficas con las que...
  • Dating pressed glass can take some serious detective work

    Q: This candy dish has always been in my family. It was a gift to my great-grandmother and has been handed down for generations. At the top is written in white, "My wife 1909." I cannot determine origin and history. Can you tell me anything about it? A:...
  • Kashkari faces an uphill battle going into November election

    Kashkari faces an uphill battle going into November election
    A day after defeating his scrappy tea party rival in Tuesday's gubernatorial primary, Republican and Laguna Beach resident Neel Kashkari emerged politically scarred and drained of campaign cash for what his own supporters fear is a futile quest to...
  • Judge questions settlement in Silicon Valley no-poaching case

    SAN JOSE, Calif. A federal judge Thursday strongly questioned a $324 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit against Apple Inc., Google Inc., Adobe Systems Inc. and Intel Corp. alleging illegal hiring practices, leaving it unclear whether she will...
  • Family lore may or may not be true, but dates don't lie

    Q: This cast iron pot has been passed down in my family for several generations. Oral family history says it was left on a family farm near Stonewall, GA, during the Civil War by Union troops who camped there and departed hastily. I've seen similar pots...
  • Thief steals Mako shark jaws, other collectibles from popular fish market

    Thief steals Mako shark jaws, other collectibles from popular fish market
    — The Mako shark jaws, a Florida lobster and dozens of mounted marine life for years lined the walls of Verne and Terri Oscarson's popular fish market, delighting customers. So it was heartbreaking when their collection, dating back 30 years,...
  • Hollywood couple accused in $50,000 theft through online auction site

    Hollywood couple accused in $50,000 theft through online auction site
    A Hollywood couple are accused of defrauding eBay members out of more than $50,000 worth of property in about a week, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office. Alberto Delgado, 22, and Karen Cypress, 25, exploited the online auction site and major...
  • Troy Wolverton: How to keep prying eyes away from your online life

    Encryption was once the province of the paranoid. But no more. With the revelations from Edward Snowden of widespread spying by the government, many people are more interested in cloaking their online activities. Even if you're not be worried about the...
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  • UPS to charge by size for U.S. ground packages

    United Parcel Service Inc, the world's biggest package delivery company, said it would start charging by size of packages for all ground services in the United States as it looks to offset rising fuel costs. Rival FedEx Corp made a similar move in May,...