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Senate Passes $1.1 Trillion Funding Bill
Congress has easily passed a $1.1 trillion bill easing the harshest effects of last year's automatic spending cuts after tea party critics chastened by the government shutdown in October mounted only a faint protest.
Target Offers Free Credit Monitoring After Breach [AUDIO]
Whether you shopped at Target stores during the massive data breach or not, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs is urging all state residents who shop there to take advantage of one year of free credit monitoring being offered by the retailer in the wake of the breach.
Report: Health Insurance Costs Rise for Many [AUDIO]
More money is coming out of Americans' paychecks for health insurance than a year ago. That's according to a new report by which also finds that support for Obamacare is waning, even among the majority whose health coverage is provided by employers.
Guilty Pleas by Men Who Ran Fake 9/11 Charity
Two New Jersey men who operated a bogus Sept. 11 charity by selling T-shirts with the logos of the New York City police and fire departments out of a custom-painted pickup truck at public events pleaded guilty Monday to theft by deception, authorities said.

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