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Condition, Condition, Condition: How to Value Your Old Sportscard/Memorabilia Collection

By Michael Osacky
We have heard it so many times when buying a home: location, location, location. Similar verbage applies when valuing that vintage memorabilia collection from your childhood days. Unfortunately, sentimental value does not increase the value, but it does make for a good story. I always look for collections that have a story to tell because these stories' are quickly leaving us. One of my favorite stories came from an older gentleman whose father ...
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Ed Rensi Named Interim CEO of Famous Dave's

By Ed Rensi
Famous Dave's (Nasdaq:DAVE) today announced that Ed Rensi, Director, has been appointed as the Company's Interim Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. He succeeds John Gilbert, who resigned. Rensi commented, "I have been a customer and a fan of Famous Dave's for 20 years and I am delighted to lead Famous Dave's for the foreseeable future! Dave Anderson has been a professional friend of mine for a long time. Dave and his barbecue are iconic and I look forward to working with him and the ...
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A Way To Fix Healthcare.gov

By Scott Rasmussen
The biggest threat to President Barack Obama's health care law doesn't come from Republicans in Congress but from people like Stacie Brown. As reported in The New York Times, Brown owns a pottery shop in Georgia and is eligible for some federal health insurance subsidies. However, she has consciously decided not to purchase health care as required by law. She did so because she is a loving mother. The plans available to Brown and her family are too expensive and have very high deductibles. Even worse, her ...
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Jamaican Bobsled Team 2014: 2-Man Team To Compete In Sochi Olympic Games

By Devon Harris
Written by Nick Forrester A lack of initial funding hasn't stopped the famed Jamaican Bobsled Team from returning to the Winter Olympics. For the first time since 2002, a bobsled team will represent Jamaica, as the team of Winston Watts, who will be competing in his fourth Olympic Games, and Marvin Dixon qualified for the Games on Jan. 18. The team couldn't finance the travel and equipment costs for a trip to Sochi, but through an internet fundraising campaign and ...
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What a Luge Run Feels Like

By Ruben Gonzalez
This week the luge athletes competing in Sochi are taking their last 7 training runs. Friday they will take their two last runs and then march in the Opening Ceremonies. Then on Saturday and Sunday they will compete for the Gold Medal. After that the pressure's off, the party starts and they get to spend the rest of the two weeks truly enjoying the Olympic experience. I feel grateful to have had the opportunity to compete in the men's singles luge in four Winter Olympics (each in a different decade) - ...
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Should Parents Financially Support Children pre- and post-College

By Michelle Singletary
Everybody knows that one of the top issues that couples fight about is money. But this same type of drama can play out between siblings, parents and extended family members. I've learned from my own share of family financial issues that have fractured relationships. So I'm here to help with another installment of my occasional feature about family financial feuds. If you have a feud going on and want an independent opinion that might help shed some new light on the ...
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'Red Eye' Celebrates Seventh Anniversary

By Greg Gutfeld
Written by Merrill Knox "Red Eye,"; Fox News' late-night show with Greg Gutfeld and Andy Levy, is celebrating its seventh anniversary today. Gutfeld - who is also one of the co-hosts of "The Five"; - talks to Parade about the milestone: BecauseRed Eye airs at 3 a.m., Gutfeld and company have to approach stories differently because, by that hour, they've already been done to death. "We usually add a surreal, absurd edge to it, and then we try to find stories that are tangential to the main story ...
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Q&A with Clint Hill on C-SPAN [VIDEO]

By Clint Hill and Lisa McCubbin
Gerald Blaine and Clint Hill, two former Secret Service agents, spoke about the day that President Kennedy was assassinated.They also talked about the assassination's conspiracy theories and their lives after retirement from the Secret Service.. Gerald Blaine is author of the new book, "The Kennedy Detail: JFK's Secret Service Agents Break Their Silence."; Clint Hill wrote the prologue for the book as well as cooperating in interviews for the book's content. Gerald Blaine worked for the Secret Service ...
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Author of "Not Cool: The Hipster Elite and Their War on You" Prepares for Book Tour

By Greg Gutfeld
Fox News host, Greg Gutfeld, will begin his book tour of his latest release, "Not Cool: The Hipster Elite and Their War on You" in the next month.Gutfeld, who hosts "Red Eye" and co-hosts "The Five" on Fox News, will release the book March 18. More about "Not Cool" From politics to the personal, from fashion to food, from the campus to the locker room,the desire to be cool has infected all aspects of our lives. At its most harmless, it is annoying. At its ...
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Auntie Anne's Raises $1M for Childhood Cancer Research

By Auntie Anne Beiler
Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne's, and Bill Dunn, president and chief operating officer, stand in front of a painting by Alexandra "Alex" Scott, whose Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation is supported by the company. Written by Tim Mekeel The spirit of charity has been part of Auntie Anne's since day one, says Anne Beiler. She ought to know. She founded the company in 1988. And as Auntie Anne's has grown, so has the impact of its generosity. On Friday, the soft pretzel retailer ...

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