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Is the IRS too broke to protect your info?

The IRS is giving Americans' tax refunds to criminal imposters, and until recently its website was spilling your information to identity thieves.

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Casino cruise ship sets sail after shutdown

The Victory II Casino Cruise ship departed out of Mayport on Friday evening after the ship was docked for safety violations last week by the Coast Guard.

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Airport workers busted in NBA sneaker heist

NBA star Kevin Durant got paid big bucks for making 24 steals this season. But prosecutors have called a foul on two New York airport employees who allegedly swiped 24 not-yet released sneakers from his Nike collection.

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Time Inc. erecting pay walls beginning with...

Making its web sites more like its print magazines, Time Inc. is introducing a partial pay wall, beginning with Entertainment Weekly's site.

The company says it's hoping to "accelerate revenue growth" and find out more about what its web readers want.

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American Express president Ed Gilligan dies at 55

American Express President Ed Gilligan died Friday morning after becoming seriously ill on a flight to New York, the company said.

Gilligan, who was 55, spent his entire 35-year career with American Express, starting as an intern and rising to one of…

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Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch can be yours for $100M

Neverland, the California ranch that Michael Jackson turned into his own private zoo, can now be yours for a cool $100 million - chimps not included.

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Low inventory, high prices: House hunting horror stories

Life as a buyer in a seller's market is tough.

Weekends are spent trudging through crowded open houses, lowering your standards and scrambling to submit an offer within hours of seeing a mediocre house.

It's also emotional.

"I began to cry again,…

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U.S. economy contracted in first quarter

Thank goodness spring is here. Winter really wore down the U.S. economy.

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Model in hot tub truck showcases 1,000-calorie burger

Carl's Jr. wanted to make "the most American thing ever." The result is an ad campaign for a thousand-calorie, hotdog-hamburger-hybrid that stacks a swimsuit model, a hot tub, and a pickup truck in front of the Statue of Liberty.

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World's largest yacht has cool stuff you won't believe

Imagine how jealous the other billionaires will be when you pull up to the yacht club in this...

A Florida yacht dealer has plans to build a 656-foot "gigayacht" that would be the world's largest private pleasure craft.

The Double Century, as the…

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Personal Finance

Find cheap treasures at yard sales

Are you looking to save a few bucks? Instead of heading to the shopping mall, consider searching for items at yard sales, garage sales and flea markets.

Homeowner's insurance: What it covers, what it excludes

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Know the details of your homeowner's insurance policy before you need to use it.

Save money by programming your thermostat

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Save money this summer by programming your thermostat to stay at a specific temperature.

Cut grocery bills with these 15 tips

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When it comes time to cut spending, people often overlook what they spend at the grocery store. Find out how to keep both your fridge and your wallet full.

Top ways to spend your tax refund

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Are you looking for ways to spend your tax refund this year? Consider these ideas.

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