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Homes destroyed. Lives uprooted. Water where there was once land. According to the Consumer Federation of America Hurricane Ike created an estimated fourteen billion dollars in wind and flood damage. But the early forecasts and warnings of impending disaster are lecturing many don't receive and
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American spy they expect to get what they paid for. And the product or service doesn't live up to expectations. Americans are willing to complain. The Consumer Federation of America national association consumer agency administrators. Released a report today on what exactly where complaining about.
The FDA announced yesterday that meat and milk from cloned animals is for the most part safe to eat. The Washington Post reported yesterday that it early copy of a long awaited report by the Food and Drug Administration. Assessed the risks of eating cloned meat and animal products these products
Today we're talking about women how they can protect their homes and save for the future during the current mortgage crisis still here. Brandeis University professor Anita Hill in Boston and financial advisor Kathleen Connell and Washington. Professor back to you because I know as you pointed out
State Farm refuses to honor home insurance for Katrina victims in New Orleans.