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If you’re one of those fans making a wager through an office pool, you might want to check with your HR department before you place your bets.
Can’t afford a house? That’s not stopping some people from snagging their dream home through an old real estate law known as adverse possession.
Not long ago,complaining about your job or crappy boss happened around the water cooler, at lunch with friends, or at home with your family. But the social …
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Debt collectors are known for rather ruthless practices, so it pays to know your rights when it comes to debt collection.
You might not expect to see your name, as well as your “likes,” photos and comments appearing in ads for the companies you’ve expressed interest in. However, your Facebook friends may see your name and picture in a so-called “sponsored story.”
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When you send your friend an email from your personal Yahoo, Gmail or AOL account, you probably think it's a private message that only the two of you can read.…
In short, yes. However, if you are aware of things that have occurred in your house in the past that might affect its sale, you may be legally obligated to …
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The U.S. Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of involuntarily blood draws on drunken-driving suspects without a warrant.
Are robocalls from politicians illegal?
Death is not a subject most of us are comfortable thinking about, but preparing for your death – whenever it might occur – is something we should all do …
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Denver Broncos Linebacker Wesley Woodyard and Mayor Michael B. Hancock join forces on Monday, December 9 to help gather toys for Colorado kids in need.
Coloradans can brighten their holiday spirit at the Denver Zoo’s “Zoo Lights” opening December 6 and continuing through January 5.
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