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|NewRepublic: This Is How the NRA Ends: A bigger, richer, meaner gun-control movement has arrived|
For some time now, the NRA’s power has been more a matter of entrenched wisdom than actual fact. Gun ownership is declining—from half of households in the 1970s to a third today...of the 16 Senate races the NRA participated in last year, 13 of its candidates lost.
|Moneyning.com: The Five Year Rule for Buying a House|
When you purchase a house, the general rule is that you want to be sure you’ll be in the same location for at least five years. Otherwise, you’re probably going to take a hit financially.
|CBSNews: White House close to decision on arming Syria rebels|
(CBSNews/AP)-WASHINGTON Moved by the Assad regime's rapid advance, the Obama administration could decide this week to approve lethal aid for the beleaguered Syrian rebels and will weigh the merits of a less likely move to send in U.S. air power to enforce a no-fly zone over the civil war-wracked nation, officials told The Associated Press Sunday.
|TIME: At U.S.-China Summit, Leaders Talk of Avoiding Another Cold War|
Both leaders discussed the importance of strengthening military-to-military ties, which lag diplomatic and economic relations by more than a decade.
|BBC: FBI and Microsoft take down $500m-theft botnet Citadel|
The FBI and Microsoft have broken up a huge network of hijacked home computers responsible for stealing more than $500m (£323m) from bank accounts.
|BBC: Is Ecuador home to the world's best chocolate?|
In the lush province of Esmeraldas, on Ecuador's northern border with Colombia, farmers are proud to say they produce "black gold". They are not talking about oil, Ecuador's main export, but cocoa beans.
|BBC: 10 reasons why so many people are moving to Texas|
Every way you look at it, there are a lot of people moving to Texas. Five of the 10 fastest-growing cities in the country between 2011 and 2012 were in Texas, according to new figures from the US Census Bureau.
|CBSNews: Housing market recovery buoys Wall Street|
(CBS News) The housing meltdown led the country into the Great Recession. Now housing is leading the recovery. A new survey Tuesday finds homes were selling in March at prices nearly 11 percent higher than a year ago -- the highest, in fact, since 2006.
|NBCNews: California reveals prices for health insurance under Obamacare|
Reuters: California has unveiled prices that consumers will pay for a selection of health plans offered through the state under the Affordable Care Act, providing a glimpse into how health care reform may look as it is rolled out across the nation.
|ABCNews: Boy Scouts Vote to End Ban on Gay Scouts; Gay Adults Still Barred |
The Boy Scouts of America today voted to lift its longtime national ban on admitting openly gay Scouts but will continue to exclude openly gay adults from leadership roles.
|ABCNews: US Immigration Reform Bill Moves to Full Senate|
It is the first step in a series of hurdles for immigration reform that includes increased border security, a pathway to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants and reforms to legal immigration designed to streamline the process.
|About.com: How to Retire with Over $4.3 Million on Only $197 Dollars per Paycheck |
Joshua Kennon: I'm here to tell you that thanks to the magic of compounding, it's actually possible to amass a tremendous fortune by investing small sums of money for a long period of time.
|Boeing: Hypersonic: The Warp Speed of Today|
Hypersonic: The Warp Speed of Today The X-51A Waverider is an unmanned scramjet-powered demonstration aircraft, capable of achieving hypersonic speeds five times the speed of sound. At that speed an aircraft could travel across the U.S. in under an hour.
|CNN: Why tiger moms are great|
(CNN) -- It's time for some tiger cubs to approvingly roar for our strict parents, their domineering ways and their inflexibly high standards.
|CNNMoney: Best states for retirement are not what you may think|
Tennessee and Louisiana topped Bankrate's list of the 10 most retiree-friendly states, which equally weighted cost of living, taxes, access to healthcare, crime rates and climate.