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This Day in History for June 7, 2011
This Day in History for June 7, 2011
Here's a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history: 1654 – Louis XIV becomes King of France (More info) 1776 - Richard Henry Lee of Virginia introduces a resolution in the Continental Congress proposing a Declaration of Independence (More info) 1862 – The United States and Britain agree to suppress the slave trade (More info) 1896 - In Plessy v...
Food Pyramid Gets a Makeover
Food Pyramid Gets a Makeover
The food pyramid, which since 1992 has demonstrated the proper amount of grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy and meat a person should consume per day, is no more. On Thursday, the USDA rolled out the government's new food icon: A plate divided into two larger sections of grains and vegetables, two smaller sections of fruit and protein, with a glass of dairy on the side...
Government Sends Foul-Mouthed Letter To Company
Government Sends Foul-Mouthed Letter To Company
If you thought grape juice was the biggest challenge for those in the carpet cleaning business, you'd be wrong. It turns out getting people to know your name is the real dilemma. According to WSB, the Georgia Department of Labor has launched an investigation after one its employees sent a piece of mail to a suburban Atlanta cleaning company called Rug Suckers last month with a rather foul word we
Survey: Do Married Couples Talk About Money Before Marriage? [VIDEO]
Survey: Do Married Couples Talk About Money Before Marriage? [VIDEO]
When you get married, you take the other person for richer or poorer, right? Well, with wedding season itching closer than the space between belly button and cummerbund, you might want to know just how rich and how poor you’re talking about before exchanging "I dos." A new survey from COUNTRY Financial found that only 51% of couples discussed how they would manage their money before tyin

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