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How Americans Really Feel About Financial Risk-Taking

Filed under: Investing Basics Getty By Nancy Mann Jackson You may be quick to try a new food or the latest thrill ride, but when it comes to taking risks with your finances … ? If you’re like most Americans, you’re playing it safe-maybe even too safe. Almost three-quarters of investors would rather avoid or mitigate risk than manage it, ...

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Jennifer Aniston: More Revelations About Her Secret Wedding And Massive “Love Nest”

It has been two months since Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux tied the knot in their secret and intimate backyard wedding. The two had been quite the topic of media headlines for months leading up to the big day, as to plans and location that the wedding might take place. Aniston and Theroux completely threw the media and even some ...

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The Walk movie about Philippe Petit is so scary it is making grown men flee the cinema

New movie The Walk depicts heart-stopping stunt pulled by Philippe Petit In August 1974, the Frenchman walked on a wire between the Twin Towers The crossing is revealed in all its dizzying glory at the climax of the film Petit traversed the 1,350-foot tall towers eight times wowing crowds below The tight rope finale of the movie has been called ...

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Why 66% of Americans Are Clueless About Health Care Costs

Filed under: Health Care, Personal Finance, Health Insurance Getty Images By Jennifer Liu Visiting the doctor isn’t exactly an enjoyable experience. But what feels worse? Opening your mail weeks later, only to face a medical bill that you didn’t anticipate. About two-thirds of American adults — or a whopping 155 million of us — have been confronted by that unpleasant ...

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Obama jokes about getting older at gala

J. Scott Applewhite/AP ‘Next week I’m signing an executive order to get off my lawn,’ President Obama said as he cracked jokes about his age and approval ratings Saturday night at the Gridiron Club and Foundation’s annual dinner. Getting older changes a guy, President Obama said Saturday night, and he admitted he’s getting crankier. “Next week I’m signing an executive ...

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What Tipping Says About Us

Filed under: Restaurants, Consumer Issues CareyHope It’s just like your mom told you about dates: You can tell a lot about someone from how they treat (and tip) the waiter or waitress. “How you tip says a lot about who you are,” Steve Dublanica, author of two best-selling books on waiting tables, wrote in “Keep the Change.” “It reveals your ...

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It’s crazy how no one’s talking about the Seahawks’ second straight Super Bowl win

SB Nation’s resident Seahawks fan blacked out in the final moments of Super Bowl XLIX but assumes everything turned out just fine. Man, what a great Super Bowl! It’s been a week and a half, and I still can’t believe that Jermaine Kearse managed to haul in that miracle catch: tipped by a defender, off Kearse’s hands, off both his ...

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Orlando Bloom — Loves Plus Size Models … Or Questions About Them (VIDEO)

You Gotta See This! Orlando Bloom put on a Gregory Hines-esque performance — tap dancing like a total pro when we asked the legendary lady slayer about banging curvier girls … and the video is awesome. Just watch … Orlando was walking out of Giorgio Baldi Tuesday night, and our camera guy fired off the question: “Would you date a ...

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Don’t Eat Daffodils: U.K. Officials Warn People About Dangers Of Consuming Daffodils

Public Health England has issued a letter to supermarkets saying that daffodils should not be in the fruits and vegetables aisles, so people don’t think they are food and actually eat them. According to the Daily Express, the letter notes that daffodils have often been confused for garlic chives, which are used in Chinese recipes. And if people eat the ...

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This Unvaccinated, ‘Healthy’ Mom Tells Us What She Thinks About Immunizations

An unvaccinated mom who grew up with the healthiest lifestyle, thanks to a very strict mother, but was always ill as a youngster, now advocates for children to get their shots. In a very detailed, personal account of her childhood, the woman strongly recommends that kids get their immunizations to protect kids from preventable illness, and says her own children ...

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