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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau warned last month that ads for reverse mortgages often omit information and are misleading.
Arlene Hill needed a financial lifeline. She thought a reverse mortgage would provide it.
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This world is misleading! Careful with this!!! Cause u or the family will end up losing the family home✋
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The New York-based church of nearly 1.9 million members is known for electing the first openly gay Episcopal bishop in 2003. Since then, many dioceses have allowed priests to perform civil same-sex weddings.
The measure passed by an overwhelming margin at the denomination's national assembly in Salt Lake City on Wednesday.
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"We expect President Obama and Secretary (of State John) Kerry to address this publicly tomorrow morning."
This formal step follows Obama's call to normalize relations and economic ties between the two countries after decades of Cold War hostilities.
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With its failure to repay the roughly 1.6 billion euros ($1.8 billion) to the IMF, Greece became the first developed country to fall into arrears on payments to the fund. The last country to do so was Zimbabwe in 2001.
With its failure to repay the $1.8 billion to the IMF, Greece became the first developed country to fall into arrears on payments to the fund.
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Open for tourism thats the quickest way to pay debts. 
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"The science is clear that vaccines dramatically protect children against a number of infectious and dangerous diseases."
The bill removes most of California's exemptions, meaning parents can only send unvaccinated kids to school if they have a doctor's note.
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good tidings for ensuring fine fettle.Prevention is better than cure.
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Four of the court's conservatives — Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito — dissented.
Opponents say the law, which would have taken effect Wednesday, would force all but nine abortion clinics in Texas to close.
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His comments come after negotiators agreed to extend talks to July giving them time to reach a comprehensive solution. 
Secretary of State John Kerry said negotiators working to craft a deal with Iran to keep it from developing nuclear weapons were "making progress."
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The year-long rise of the radical Islam terror group, and its leaders' appeals for supporters to carry out attacks around the world, has prompted a sharper sense of caution.
The year-long rise of ISIS, and its leaders' appeals for supporters to carry out attacks around the world, has authorities on high alert.
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+Marc Calvert You said, "I'm worried more about radical christian right than ISIS." That's not starting anything? Really? Troll much?
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The U.S. will play the winner of Wednesday’s Japan-England semifinal in Edmonton, Alberta, in the final on Sunday in Vancouver.
The U.S. is headed to the final for the fourth time in seven tournaments.
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IF the U.S. Women's Team has the 'fyah' of the Hawaiian
Women's Volleyball Teams over the years, they will WIN!
Hana Hou, Best Wishes, USA!,       from a       sporty lover of
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Today's shifts -- including climate change, ocean acidification, and the loss of biodiversity -- have created a "new kind of nature."
Human activity is leading to an international decline in the variety of plants and animals through extinction.
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"It's been a great year for ISIS."
One year after a caliphate was declared spanning Syria and Iraq, there is little to celebrate — unless you're ISIS.
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The Sleepy Hollow Fire in Wenatchee — about 140 miles east of Seattle — sparked Sunday afternoon and rapidly spread to 3,000 acres, Washington State Fire Marshall spokesman Bill Slosson said. Evacuation orders were in place for several hundred homes in the path of the fire.
A fast-moving Washington wildfire that jumped from roof to roof to consume as many as two dozen homes is now partially contained, authorities said Monday, but parts of Wenatchee continue to burn.
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