By David Grant
In a rare bipartisan vote, the Senate on Wednesday passed a postal reform bill to head off a potential shutdown at the struggling US Postal Service, which now owes $13 billion to the Treasury and is expected to run out of cash as early as this summer.
The Senate bill aims to ease post
By Amanda C. Haury
Medicare is a federal health program offered to senior citizens and disabled Americans that provides health benefits and eases the cost of medical services. Although many take the program for granted, Medicare's future is not guaranteed.
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By Wendy Innes
It seems that nearly every day there is a new story about some new celebrity diet trend. But just because celebrities decide to try a diet fad, doesn't mean that the fad is safe or effective. There are as many diet plans out there as there are celebrities touting them.
By Andrew Housser
The U.S. federal income tax filing deadline of April 17, 2012, is just days away. Taxpayers who find that they cannot pay their income tax debt due need to know what they should do to manage their situation.
In 2009 (the most recent data available), U.S.
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