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FTC Alleges T-Mobile Charged Customers Millions In Bogus Charges

Tue, 2014-07-01 10:57

The Federal Trade Commission alleges the company profited from scams against its customers. Its long phone bills, the FTC says, made it nearly impossible for customers to understand the charge.

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State Of The Painkiller Nation: Wide Variation In Prescription Rates

Tue, 2014-07-01 10:53

Abuse of narcotic painkillers is a national problem. But it turns out that where you live can make a big difference in how likely you are to get a prescription for the medicines.

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For Sale: South Dakota Town With Bar, $399,000

Tue, 2014-07-01 10:12

The prairie hamlet of Swett — population 2 plus a dog — comes with 6 acres, a house, three trailers, an old tire shop and a Volvo semi. If you don't have the money, no Swett.

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5 Things To Know For The U.S. Vs. Belgium Game

Tue, 2014-07-01 09:48

Two key questions are whether the U.S. can strike early, as it did against Ghana, and whether Belgium can pull away late, as it has in all its games so far in Brazil.

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Facebook's Newsfeed Study: Was It Ethical Or A Violation Of Privacy?

Tue, 2014-07-01 09:22

In 2012, Facebook changed its users' newsfeeds without their knowledge for research. Host Michel Martin learns more about the study and why some people aren't happy about it.

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What The Supreme Court Rulings Mean For Unions, Religious Freedom

Tue, 2014-07-01 09:22

Host Michel Martin speaks with Supreme Court correspondent David Savage, and labor economist Steven Pitts about the high court's rulings on public employee unions and contraception.

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Older Adults Are Fatter Than Ever, Increasing Their Risk Of Illness

Tue, 2014-07-01 08:25

There's good news and bad news about aging boomers, a Census Bureau report finds. They're drinking less and voting more, but they're also heavier, which could mean less independence later.

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