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By Priya Anand Consumers these days are more worried about fending off hackers than pickpockets. Companies are capitalizing on these fears by pitching the digital-age equivalent of a can of Mace: ID theft insurance. Shutterstock READ MORE >>

Here's How Getting A Speeding Ticket Can Impact Your Insurance   RICHARD READ, THE CAR CONNECTION  APR. 1, 2014, 2:40 PM 479  inShare1  EMAIL  MORE   Flickr / John M READ MORE >>

BY  EMILY PATTERSON  – APRIL 1, 2014POSTED IN: ALERTS/SCAMS, COMPUTERS-INTERNET-TECHNOLOGY, HEADLINE, IDENTITY THEFT, NATIONAL The world is eager for news about the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. So eager, in fact, that scammers are taking advantage of our curiosity. READ MORE >>

By  Bill Dedman BI agents are interviewing employees at FEMA in an investigation of unusual changes in federal flood insurance maps that benefited oceanfront condo buildings with a history of flooding, according to sources familiar with the investigation. READ MORE >>

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - 2:51pm Based on the results of a recent speed study, the Florida Department of Transportation will increase the speed limit on Interstate 10 (I-10) in Escambia County from 55 mph to 60 mph from State Road (S.R.) 297 (Davis Highway) to west of S.R. 95 (U.S. READ MORE >>

By Denise Johnson | March 19, 2014 In the last 12 months, Kraig Palmer he has seen rental car schemes “rise faster than any other auto fraud trend.”  Palmer, an investigator with the California Highway Patrol, describes this fraud as a multilevel crime, committed by opportunistic drug addicts and sophisticated street gangs. READ MORE >>

Consumer Reports shows you how to stay safe in an emergency Published: March 18, 2014 06:00 PM General Motors’ recall of 1.6 million cars with faulty ignition switches raises the question of what to do if you’re driving along and the engine stalls. READ MORE >>

In addition to ensuring that your home has working smoke detectors, one of the most important safety items you should have in your home are fire extinguishers. 17 March 2014 Experts recommend that you have at least two fire extinguishers close to an exit, one near the kitchen and another in your garage. READ MORE >>

What can you do about pollutants that are more difficult to detect? Radon, an odorless and colorless radioactive gas that occurs naturally in rocks and soil, seeps into homes through their foundation or other openings. 17 March 2014 Some areas of Florida are prone to higher levels of radon, and levels vary from home to home. READ MORE >>

The air we breathe in our homes can include pollutants and allergy triggers that lead to discomfort or even serious illness. The very young, elderly or those with existing health problems are often impacted the most by poor air quality indoors — and indoor pollutants can come from some unexpected sources. READ MORE >>

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