Is it Possible to Save Money When You’re Broke?

Is it Possible to Save Money When You’re Broke?

When you’re dead broke, the concept of saving money can sound like a cruel joke. How are you supposed to save when you barely make it from paycheck to paycheck? Believe it or not, though, most people can actually save way more than they think they can. Even if you’re …

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Credit Freeze: What it Means and How it Can Help You

Credit Freeze: What it Means and How it Can Help You

It seems like there’s always some headline in the news of another company being hacked. Whether it’s a bank, a credit reporting agency, or an online storefront, these hacks can have serious consequences. If an institution with your financial information is hacked, you could be at risk of identity theft. …

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Bad Money Habits That Are Making You Broke

Bad Money Habits That Are Making You Broke

I am certainly no stranger to bad money habits, and I’m sure you’re not either. However, these bad money habits can wind up costing you even more than you think. In fact, if you don’t take action towards changing for the better, you could wind up really broke. Here are …

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Will the Supreme Court Uphold Restrictions on Voting Rights?

Will the Supreme Court Uphold Restrictions on Voting Rights?

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court seemed ready to sustain Arizona’s restrictive voting laws. It set the stage for what’s to come in the following months and years, where Republican-controlled legislatures attempt to make voting more difficult.  Since the 2020 election and former-President Trump declared that the ballots were rigged, Republican …

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The 7 Wildest Lawsuits of All Time

The 7 Wildest Lawsuits of All Time

The legal system is serious business–most of the time, anyway. Here are some of the wildest, most frivolous, and shocking lawsuits ever filed. In some cases, the plaintiff actually won! That’s Why They Call It a Footlong In 2016, a teenager decided to measure his Subway sandwich to ensure that …

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NRA Facing a Major Legal Battle

NRA Facing a Major Legal Battle

Last summer in New York, prosecutors sued the Nation Rifle Association (NRA) in an attempt to diffuse the gun lobbying institution. It is accused of being “fraught with fraud and abuse”. The NRA is denying this accusation. The organization has recently filed for bankruptcy protection and seeks reunification in Texas. …

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Trump’s Second Impeachment Trial Could Set Precedent

Trump’s Second Impeachment Trial Could Set Precedent

Former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial began Tuesday. The House manager started the trial by showing Trump’s January 6th speech and the rioters who violently stormed the US Capitol and assaulted police officers. Raskin Gives Impassioned Speech Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin, who is the lead impeachment manager, began his …

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Parking Lot Turned Into a Courtroom by Tennessee Judge

Parking Lot Turned Into a Courtroom by Tennessee Judge

While a virtual courtroom might seem like a viable option to some, there are those who don’t have reliable access to technology or broadband internet. In order to make their courtroom a reality, one judge got creative. Tennessee Judge Sets Up Outdoor Courtroom in Parking Lot To better serve his …

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California Ammunition Background Check Law Blocked by Federal Judge

California Ammunition Background Check Law Blocked by Federal Judge

A federal judge has blocked a law in California that would require background checks for ammunition buyers. The judge called the law “onerous and convoluted.” Ammunition Background Check Called “Onerous and Convoluted” U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez in San Diego granted a preliminary injunction against the California rule after plaintiffs …

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