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Ten Steps to Save Your Home from Foreclosure

The downhill slide to foreclosure usually starts slowly and then escalates quickly. Wherever you are in the process of fighting for your home, take these steps and work with your lenders to stop you behind on the mortgage snowball from turning into a foreclosure avalanche.


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Ice bucket challenge: What’s happened since?

An early dousing for actor Benedict Cumberbatch started the fundraising ball rolling last summer Last summer, social media was dominated by videos of people having a bucket of cold water poured over their head. So what was it all for … Continue reading

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VIDEO: The 95-year-old driving instructor

Laura Thomas has been working as a driving instructor since 1938 and it is thought she is the United Kingdom’s oldest. The 95-year-old from Pembroke Dock, west Wales said she has taught thousands of people to drive, including her husband … Continue reading

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Viagra ‘added to Chinese alcohol’

The powdered Viagra was added to a popular spirit, investigators say Distillers in China added Viagra to thousands of bottles of spirits and told customers it had “health-preserving qualities”, food safety officials say. More than 5,300 bottles of alcohol were … Continue reading

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Festival resumes after plane crash

Kevin Whyman was a founder member of the Gnat Display Team The CarFest motoring event has resumed, a day after the death of a pilot whose aircraft plummeted from the sky during an aerial display. Kevin Whyman, 39, was killed … Continue reading

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Public workers ‘must speak English’

People who do not speak fluent English will be barred from public sector jobs which involve working directly with the public, the government has said. From September, NHS staff and council workers will be among those required to have language … Continue reading

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Suicide attack hits Turkish troops

A military police station on a road near the town of Dogubayazit was targeted Two Turkish soldiers have been killed and 31 wounded in a suicide attack by Kurdish PKK militants, the Turkish military says. A tractor laden with explosives … Continue reading

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PM criticised over Calais ‘politics’

The Swedish justice and migration minister has accused David Cameron of “playing politics” with the migrant crisis in Calais. Morgan Johansson said scenes in Calais had resulted from France and the UK not taking “responsibility” for accepting more asylum seekers. … Continue reading

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Athletics roiled by mass doping allegations after blood test leak

KUALA LUMPUR Endurance runners suspected of doping have been winning a third of Olympic and world championship medals, two news organizations said on Sunday, after a leak of thousands of blood test results from 2001-2012 threw global athletics into chaos. … Continue reading

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Yemen Houthi boss tells men to fight on, dismisses loss of Aden

SANAA The leader of Yemen’s Houthis urged his militia on Sunday to fight on against Yemen’s Gulf Arab-backed government, dismissing its recapture of Aden last month as a ‘limited’ achievement made possible by Ramadan. In a speech live on television … Continue reading

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Kerry says United States, Egypt return to ‘stronger base’ in ties

CAIRO The United States and Egypt are returning to a “stronger base” in bilateral ties despite tensions and human rights concerns, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday after talks with his Egyptian counterpart. “Egypt remains vital … … Continue reading

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