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Illinois Sues Company For Breaking Into Homes To Evict Homeowners Facing...
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When a mortgage servicer forecloses on a home, it becomes responsible for the maintenance of the property (though banks don't always live up

Is The "Useless Plastic Box" A Best Buy Exclusive?
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Earlier this month, some Best Buy shoppers in the L.A. area began noticing a peculiar new offering on their shelves: A Useless Plastic Box,

Domino's Pizza Is So Used To Complaints, It Can't Take A Compliment
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You know how some people are conditioned to believe that any statement directed at them must be a complaint, so they don't know how to react

Don't Be Fooled: Both Time Warner Cable & CBS Hate Your Guts
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Since Friday afternoon, Time Warner Cable customers in New York, L.A., Dallas, and other markets have had to go without CBS, while all TWC s

Are Crying Kids Reason To Be Booted From An Airplane? US Airways Thinks So
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We see a lot of stories about passengers being removed from airplanes, some of which seem legitimate (intoxicated, verbally abusive traveler

Emeritus Assisted Living Asks Employees To Do Damage Control After Front...
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One day after Emeritus Senior Living, the nation's largest for-profit assisted living chain, was the subject of a Frontline/ProPublica expos

Ian MacKaye OK With Urban Outfitters Selling $28 Minor Threat Shirts; Th...
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Ian MacKaye is more than just a guy whose fronted important, influential bands like Minor Threat and Fugazi and started Dischord Records. He

10 Reasons Why You Should Watch Tonight's Frontline On Assisted Living
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Once upon a time, assisted living facilities were created as a happy medium between simple retirement communities and skilled nursing homes.

Family Not Terribly Freaked Out When 7-Foot-Tall KFC Bucket Ends Up In F...
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Most people don't like pulling up to their houses and seeing fast food refuse sitting in the grass. But what about when that tossed-off tras

New Monopoly Teaches Kids The Importance Of Xbox, Coca-Cola, McDonald's,...
consumerist.com

The folks at Hasbro have never had a problem letting everything from towns to universities to movies to big-name commercial brands slap thei

Consumerist Is Looking For A DC-Based Contributor. Maybe It's You
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Even though Consumerist covers the lawmakers and regulators in Washington, D.C., it's been several years since we've actually had anyone bas

This Burger Map Of The U.S. Is Both Fascinating And Flawed
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People love burgers. People love Twitter (maybe love is too strong a word; perhaps "tolerate"). People also like interesting maps. So why no

Bank Of America Attempts To Discredit Statements Of Former Employees
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Last month, it was revealed that six former Bank of America employees and one ex-contractor for the bank, had given sworn statements in a la

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Introduces '21st Century Glass-Steagall Act' To Re...
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In response to the stock market crash of 1929, the Banking Act of 1933, also known as the Glass-Steagall Act, put up a wall between commerci

Ad Agency Realizes IKEA's Porn-Pun Potential With HotMalm.com
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If you go to a site with links to supposed videos titled "Twin Blonde Malms," or "Malm Gets Wood In Every Hole," you might think you've stum

Pepsi Scolded For Continued Use Of Controversial Caramel Coloring Consid...
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A couple years back, the state of California declared that a caramel coloring agent, 4-methylimidazole (or 4-MEI), was a carcinogen and said

Can I Legally Light Off Fireworks In My State? What About Sparklers?
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Though some of you will mark the July 4th holiday by illegally tossing cherry bombs off your roof, we know that most of you want to do thing

Here's Why Employers & Banks Love Putting Wages On Prepaid Debit...
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The recent lawsuit filed by a former McDonald's worker against her employers has drawn a lot of national attention to issue of paying wages

Bank Of America Makes You Opt Out Of Junk Mail Every 5 Years, Even If Yo...
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When you opt out of receiving junk mail from a company, you might think that this is the last time your mailbox will be filled with that par

BofA's Customers Don't Hate Bank As Much As Non-Customers (But They Aren...
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It's no secret that Bank of America is the most-reviled of the nation's large banks, mostly for its handling of the mortgage mess, including