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  • Lauderhill mayor deflects IRS scam

    Lauderhill mayor deflects IRS scam
    If there's any doubt that personal information is one of the most valuable things we possess, reports of telephone bullies demanding our money or thieves pilfering our data from retail giants are becoming more frequent. A recent target of a fraud...
  • Oct. 7 Letters: Voter IDs

    The Sept. 29 headline, "About 450,000 Va. voters may lack photo ID," represents a shoddy attempt to over-sensationalize an argument for those opposed to the voter ID requirement. As documented in the article, the number is solely based on the number...
  • Appeals court says Wisconsin voter ID law constitutional

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court in Chicago said on Monday that Wisconsin's 2012 voter identification law is constitutional, allowing the state to put the new rule into effect at midterm elections on Nov. 4. The ruling from a three-judge panel of...
  • Do real estate guru's past misdeeds matter?

    Do real estate guru's past misdeeds matter?
    I am all for second chances. But I also believe that consumers should have all the information they need to make informed decisions before spending their hard-earned money. So here's an interesting question: Does it matter that seminars on buying...
  • Brother recounts Ebola patient's long-delayed journey to America

    DALLAS The first time Thomas Eric Duncan left Liberia, he was lucky. He escaped a civil war that killed tens of thousands in the 1990s. From the safety of a refugee camp, he got an education, met a woman and had a son. Even better, the woman took the...
  • Election officials prepare to send out mail ballots for Nov. 4 vote

    Election officials prepare to send out mail ballots for Nov. 4 vote
    Election officials across California begin sending out mail ballots Monday, kicking into high gear the Nov. 4 contests for state, congressional and some local offices. Registered voters have until Oct. 28 to request a mail ballot through their county...
  • 3 years later, Pentagon unit still hides Internet voting test results

    WASHINGTON A nonprofit watchdog group is suing an obscure Defense Department unit over its failure for three years to disclose the results of testing on the security safeguards of Internet voting systems that are increasingly being used to cast absentee...
  • Parents fearing Ebola remove children from school

    DALLAS At L.L. Hotchkiss Elementary School, parents rushed to pull their children out of school after they received calls a student who may have had contact with the patient diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus. "I'm scared," said Kia Collins, who has...
  • Loan preapproval shows commitment, and lender should guarantee privacy

    Loan preapproval shows commitment, and lender should guarantee privacy
    Q: What happens to all the private information that we give to a mortgage company when applying for a mortgage preapproval, such as your Social Security number, tax returns, etc.? This gold mine of info can be passed around the office to all the lower-...
  • Voting rules, gay marriage, other issues await Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court opens its new term Monday with a fall lineup of cases that includes how to deal with violent threats on the Internet, the role of religious liberty in prisons and whether working women who are pregnant have a right to lighter duties on...
  • Fake IRS callers scammed people out of $5 million

    Fake IRS callers scammed people out of $5 million
    A scam that's been plaguing the area since this time last year just won't go away and it's snagging more victims. Con men posing as IRS agents have scared people nationwide out of $5 million under the guise they owe taxes or penalties. I've heard from...