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America’s Most Romantic Cities

America’s Most Romantic Cities

True love finds a home in any city or town, but some places seem to be more conducive to romance than others. With Valentine’s Day approaching fast, it’s a good time to peruse a listing of America’s most romantic cities.

Online restaurant reservations service OpenTable has put…

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Valentine’s Values

Valentine’s Values

If your heart races at the thought of a good value, then don’t wait until the last minute to make your Valentine’s Day arrangements.

Digital offers site RetailMeNot found that three in ten people in relationships wait until the last minute. The company also found that those who…

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50 Super Bowls? Wow.

50 Super Bowls? Wow.

Believe it or not, this year marks the 50th time that the Big Game has been played. America has certainly changed a lot during this time, and the Census Bureau has charted its progress (or lack thereof).

The first Super Bowl was played on January 15, 1967, at Los Angeles…

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Subaru Brings Back Its Dog Family

Subaru Brings Back Its Dog Family

Japanese car maker Subaru is hoping you remember the Barkleys – the family of dogs featured in the company’s 2013 “Meet the Barkleys” campaign.

Subaru of America is rolling out a new series of five commercials featuring the Barkleys, and you can see them all on the company’s YouTube…

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The Goodwill Box Gives Back

The Goodwill Box Gives Back

You’ve probably donated clothing or other items to Goodwill at one time or another. Now the nonprofit organization behind the thrift stores and donation boxes wants to make sure that people with low incomes are getting something back.

Goodwill is raising public awareness about the Earned Income Tax Credit…

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Happy Birthday, Unemployment Insurance!

Happy Birthday, Unemployment Insurance!

Unemployment insurance provides a lifeline of income for people who lose their jobs. It has become an essential component of the “safety net” in the U.S., and it all started during the Great Depression.

It was at the lowest point of the Depression, in 1932, that the great state…

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