Greek Government Issues Decree On Banks’ Reopening

The Greek government has issued a decree ordering banks to reopen on Monday, three weeks after they were closed amid the country’s debt crisis. The amount of money Greeks can withdraw is to be made slightly more flexible: with a maximum of 420 euros a week in place of the current strict limit of 60 euros a day. But other capital controls including restrictions...

TSA Gets to Keep $675,000 Left Behind By Travelers

All the quarters, dimes and other coins forgotten by busy travelers at airport security checkpoints last year added up to a big chunk of change for the federal government. Airline passengers left behind nearly $675,000 in loose change last year, according to the Transportation Security Administration’s 2014 fiscal year report released Monday.

Gas Prices!!!!!

The average price of regular grade gasoline rose 21 cents in the past two weeks, bringing it to $2.54 per gallon. Prices bottomed out on Jan 23, 2015. However, the price for gasoline is still lower by 97 cents than it was a year ago, when the average was about $3.51 per gallon. US crude to drop to $40 as stocks rise according to the experts. The cost for crude...

Ogden’s 25th Street Was Named One of the Greatest Streets in America.

Ogden’s 25th Street was named one of the greatest streets in America. The organization ranked streets across America according to the “unique and authentic characteristics that have evolved from years of thoughtful and deliberate planning by residents, community leaders and planners. …(And) having a true sense of place, cultural and historical interest,...

238 Years Later, Would Americans Still Choose Freedom Over Slavery?

Imagine living in a country where armed soldiers crash through doors to arrest and imprison citizens merely for criticizing government officials. Imagine that in this very same country, you’re watched all the time, and if you look even a little bit suspicious, the police stop and frisk you or pull you over to search you on the off chance you’re doing...

Feds Plan to Seize Financial Records of US Mortgage Borrowers

The Federal Housing Finance Agency and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are planning to seize financial records on mortgage borrowers for a new federal database.