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A B.C. woman has been fined $500 for renting out a garden shed to a homeless couple and their three dogs. A power cord that ran from the woman’s house in Kelowna, B.C., supplied electricity to the small metal building, for which she was charging r

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Monetary policy remains in the hands of money-printing Keynesians like Ben Bernanke, while Americans were forced to choose between the two Keynesian presidential candidates – Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Yet in China, policy-makers have begun welcom

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Standard & Poor's cut Greece's sovereign long-term foreign currency credit rating to "selective default" from an already low "CCC" rating. Last week Greece and its international lenders reached a deal to lower the country's debt burden, which incl

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After 2 days of divisive talks, leaders from 27 European Union nations failed to reach an agreement on their trillion-dollar budget. The leaders met in Brussels to try to hammer out a strategic 7-year budget that aims to spur economic activity in Eur

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The Philippines is richly endowed with minerals. So rich, in fact, that individuals can make an excellent living by mining illegal claims through dangerous, primitive methods.

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Merkel's day of reckoning as taxpayer haircut on Greece looms ... Germany, Holland, and the creditor states of northern Europe have not lost a single cent on eurozone rescue packages, so far.