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Future of sports betting: the marketplace
There are no immediate plans for Patent No. 0125691. The description contains plain words like "computer," "real-time" and "online." Figure 2, an accompanying diagram , shows the system's entire process in an eight-step flow chart that ends with "determine payout of event." The patent application,
9/11 Survivors and First Responders Support Hillary Clinton at DNC
NYPD detective Joe Sweeney, survivor Lauren Manning, and Rep. Joseph Crowley speak about Hillary Clinton's work as New York Senator after September 11th.
Why So Many Companies Are Interested in Buying Yahoo
The companies bidding for Yahoo's assets are as diverse as its businesses, underscoring why it's difficult to put a price tag on the 21-year-old tech company. The latest potential suitor for Yahoo's assets is British news media company The Daily Mail. Interested parties have until April 18 to make
9/11 Museum Gets Ready to Open
Inside, artifacts including personal belongings, fire trucks and architecture recount the day the WTC was attacked.
9/11 Victim’s Name Misspelled on Memorial
Family members of a 9/11 victim found a painful tribute to their loved one at the new 9/11 memorial Sunday: the victim’s name was spelled wrong. Jeffrey Schreier, who worked as a mail clerk at Cantor Fitzgerald, was included in the bronze-etched memorial at the...
9/11 Memorial Typo Sparks Outrage
Officials say the error to Jeffrey Schreier's name will be quickly corrected.
9/11 Anniversary Photo of Grieving Dad Robert Peraza Photo Touches Family
A photo of a father's private moment mourning the son he lost on 9/11 went viral today much to his surprise and that of his family, who said today they wouldn't have otherwise known about his quiet prayer. Robert Peraza, 68, had been selected as a reader at the tenth anniversary ceremony Sunday,
Foreclosures of expensive homes take longer
Foreclosures are taking longer for more-expensive homes than for less-expensive ones, giving those homeowners more time in homes without mortgage payments, new research analyzed for USA TODAY shows. From January through May, almost 400,000 homes were repossessed by lenders or sold to others at
Foreclosure delays could hold off housing rebound
Foreclosure delays are likely to bring reprieves to 1 million financially troubled homeowners this year, but they threaten to further postpone the U.S. housing market's recovery, a report out today shows. Foreclosure actions — including default notices, auction sale notices and bank repossessions —