In today’s news: Tornadoes won’t blow away the U.S. economy, American families are spending more than ever on gas, Congress investigates the SAT test, the government gets out of Chrysler, and 3D may be coming to your PC.
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Here are some interesting and amusing developments from the past week that aren’t exactly news, but might make you smile.
In today’s news: The economy is still dragging, foreclosures are becoming hot deals, Microsoft will finally challenge the iPad, the Supreme Court rules on hiring illegal immigrants, and Maine is older than Florida.
In today’s news: Banks are joining forces to make it easier to access your money, dark meat is getting popular, new cars get new labels, orders for durable goods weren’t so durable last month, and Mark Haines dies.
In today’s news: New home sales defy the experts, the U.S. is not the best place to live, oil speculators get arrested, coffee prices are going the way of oil prices, and your next car might have a “black box.”
These days Congress is talking about raising our debt ceiling to accommodate our 14 trillion dollar debt. But just how much is a trillion dollars? You’ll be amazed at just what it could buy.
In today’s news: More tornadoes in the Midwest, gas prices are still slowly descending, Toyota doesn’t listen to anyone, a nasty fight is brewing over consumer protection, and IBM bests Microsoft.