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Kardashians sign new 4-year TV deal

Comedian Jim Norton on the Kardashians’ latest four-year television deal and an Italian surgeon saying the technology for a human head transplant is only two years away.

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  1. Hackers breach some White House computers

    Identity Theft 911 founder Adam Levin on the hacking of the White House’s unclassified network.

  2. Credit Cards: The CFPB's Agenda for 2014

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, or CFPB, the federal consumer watchdog, has demonstrated that its bite is as big as its bark when it comes to credit cards....

  3. Is it OK for Merchants to Accept Credit Cards from Minors?

    Dear Your Business Credit,Can I accept a credit card payment from a minor at a medical facility if it's offered? - MitchellDear Mitchell,I'm going to assume that you...

  4. Debit cards on campus under scrutiny

    At more than 800 U.S. colleges and universities, college students can access certain types of financial aid they receive via multipurpose debit cards. These all-in-o...

  5. Credit Cards and Borrowing for Business

    Do you own or manage one of the nearly 28 million small businesses in America? If so, you'd have been exceptionally lucky to have avoided some of the very nasty effe...

  6. Medical Card Pays for Endorsements

    The CareCredit medical card has been fined by regulators for deceptive marketing, but it gets high marks from health care groups. Over 100 professional groups -- inc...

  7. Surprise! Many Credit Card Agreements Allow Repossession

    Numerous credit cards, including some big-name store cards, allow the lender to seize items you bought if you don't finish paying for them, an analysis by CreditCard...

  8. How are Extra Credit Card Payments Applied?

    Dear Credit Card Adviser,Is it true that if you make two credit card payments in a month, only the first one can be used toward the interest payment? And, if so, who...

  9. How to Pick a Credit Card for College

    It used to be pretty easy to get a credit card as a college student. In fact, it usually only required filling out a form attached to a clipboard and walking away wi...

  10. Erroneous Loan Default Report Won't Affect Other Credit Accounts

    Dear Let's Talk Credit,I had perfect credit until a very large collection appeared out of nowhere. It's something I will be fighting with an attorney. The collection...

  11. Bank Of America Ramps Up Credit Card Loans

    Bank of America Corp's credit card unit did something surprising in the third quarter: it grew.The second largest U.S. bank has been cleaning up and shrinking its cr...

  12. Credit Card Late Fees Could Rise in 2014

    Inflation may be almost whipped, but there was enough of it last year to cause a $1 increase in the late fees that credit card issuers may charge to first-time offen...

  1. AmEx reportedly grounded by JetBlue

    NerdWallet.com personal finance expert Farnoosh Torabi on JetBlue reportedly deciding to drop American Express for deals with Barclays and MasterCard.

  2. The 19-day climb of the Dawn Wall of Yosemite’s El Capitan

    Outside Magazine Correspondent Tim Neville discusses the difficulty and significance of two climbers who scaled the Dawn Wall of Yosemite’s El Capitan.

  3. Chimerix CEO on company’s cash flow, acquisition prospects

    Chimerix CEO Michelle Berrey on the company, its cash flow and potential acquisition prospects.

  4. ISIS fighters in the Middle East have Ebola?

    Former CIA Covert Operations Officer Mike Baker, National Review Senior Editor Rich Lowry and WSJ’s James Freeman discuss ISIS members possibly contracting Ebola and a Jordanian pilot’s capture in Syria.

  5. Get cash for old and unused gift cards?

    CardCash.com Co-Founder and CEO Elliot Bohm explains how users can buy and sell unused gift cards.

  6. Illegal immigrants pursue driver’s licenses in Arizona

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel weighs in on immigration in America.

  7. Will lower gas prices boost retail spending?

    Wells Fargo Chief Portfolio Strategist Brian Jacobsen on Black Friday retail sales, wages and the U.S. economy.

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