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By STEPHANIE ZIMMERMANN, ABC News Fixer Dear ABC News Fixer: I have a son who was attending Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania. In mid-April, he was diagnosed with a condition called chronic osteomyelitis. Essentially his right femur had staph and pseudomonas bacteria growing inside his bone. Over the four weeks he had three surgeries. He has be...
Posted 2014-08-22 16:07:31
(NEW YORK) -- Friday marks the first losing day of the week for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500.  The Dow lost 38.27 points closing at 17,001.22, while the S&P lost 3.97, closing at 1,988.40.The Nasdaq went up 6.45, ending the day at 4,536.55.    Gap is reporting a 10% jump in profits in the second quarter, while...
(ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.) -- A Florida man put an end to another "pay it forward" streak at a local Starbucks because he said he thinks people were participating out of "guilt," not "generosity."Peter Schorsch, a blogger, drove to the Starbucks drive-thru in St. Petersburg, Florida, on Thursday after hearing about the pay it forward phenomenon there t...
(BRANDON, Fla.) -- Summer lovers still wearing bathing suits and white, enjoying long sunny days and squeezing the last ounces out of their favorite season before Labor Day, may not want to linger for long at a Sam’s Club in the Tampa Bay area.Visitors to that Brandon, Florida, store are met nearly at the door by a prominent display of Christ...
(JACKSON HOLE, Wyo.) -- The U.S. economy now has more jobs than before the Great Recession, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen announced Friday during her annual speech in Jackson Hole, Wyoming."If you take a look at some of the things she points out in her speech, first off she says we've created more jobs in the recovery than were lost in the dow...
(NEW YORK) -- How can a simple game be so shockingly difficult?It's been a day since "Swing Copters," the hotly anticipated follow-up to "Flappy Bird," was released and it's already causing plenty of sore thumbs."This is just crazy. It moves too fast," said one reviewer in the Google Play store.Many players also lamented the fact that it was diffic...
Posted 2014-08-22 09:52:03
(NEW YORK) -- UPS, Target and P. F. Chang's are just three of the many companies hit by data breaches in the past year.Given the amount of information that can be stolen in one of these breaches, consumers should be cautious of falling victim to data theft.One of the first signs to watch out for is a glaring error in your credit report."If the info...
(NEW YORK) -- Over 20 million college students will begin classes nationwide this fall, with more than a few of those students taking out federal and private loans to finance their education. Total U.S. student debt stands upwards of $1 trillion in 2014, outpacing even national consumer credit card debt, having risen 14 percent in the last year. Me...
(NEW YORK) -- Federal prosecutors are probing the legal department of General Motors on a potential concealment of evidence from regulators that may have hindered the recall of potentially flawed vehicles, the Wall Street Journal reports.The automaker is said to be cooperating with the investigation, which is still in its very early stages, involvi...
(NEW YORK) -- Attention American workers: if you’ve got paid time off, why on Earth aren’t you using it?The U.S. Travel Association says in a new survey that when people don’t take advantage of their paid time off, the finger of blame can be pointed at both workers and their employers.Apparently, supervisors aren’t doing suc...
(SEATTLE) -- You could call them “Star-trucks.”This fall, coffee giant Starbucks is launching a food-truck business on three college campuses so that students won’t have to go far for their caffeine fix, according to The Seattle Times.Starbucks actually tried something like this last November in Switzerland, although it was actual...

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