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Confidence in U.S. banks has dropped overall, but the bank on the corner, where customers do business, has retained their trust, a Gallup poll indicated. U.S.
The percentage of Americans confident of a comfortable retirement hit a record low in April, an index released Tuesday indicated. The COUNTRY Financial Security Index, released in Bloomington, Ill., showed that after holding relatively stable for the last year, the number of people who feel confident they will retire in comfort dropped 5 points in April to a record low 54 percent.
LOS ANGELES, April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Over 100 million Americans are overpaying on their loans because of errors on their credit report. Worst of all, these errors are fixable and consumers don't even realize it. Eighty percent of Americans have an error on their credit report.
A Chicago-based Web site said its survey indicates 18 percent of U.S. office workers have participated in March Madness college basketball pools at their jobs. CareerBuilder.com said its survey of 8,038 full-time office workers, conducted online between Nov. 12 and Dec.
The presidential election has resulted in girls and boys having an increased awareness of the barriers that face women, a U.S.
A poll of U.S. adults found football was far and away the favorite sport of respondents, with 41 percent calling the game their favorite sport to watch. The Gallup Organization said its annual Lifestyle poll of 1,009 adults, conducted Dec.
Family members of those honored on a Meriden, Conn., World War II plaque said they are lobbying the city to correct the monument's spelling errors. Resident Anthony Zipoli said the names of his father and two uncles are misspelled on the 25-year-old memorial wall and other locals said those names were not the only mistakes, WFSB-TV, Hartford, Conn., reported Tuesday. In addition to further spelling mistakes among the names on the wall, resident Don Ives said his father's name should not have...
Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP) today criticized as irresponsible the City of Tucson's release of a consultant's report concerning the electrocution of Deshun Glover at Reid Park on July 25, 2008.
By Henry Brean By HENRY BREAN REVIEW-JOURNAL Half of Nevada residents would support restrictions on their water use to help stretch the region's shrinking supply in the face of climate change, according to a Review-Journal opinion poll.
By Keith Rogers By KEITH ROGERS REVIEW-JOURNAL In six Western states, a majority of likely voters are willing to pay higher prices for energy from clean renewable resources such as wind and solar rather than continue to rely on oil, natural gas and coal for power, an independent regional poll has found.