Congress works to revise bailout

WASHINGTON (AP) – Congressional leaders scrambled Tuesday to come up with changes to help them sell the failed $700 billion financial bailout to rank-and-file members. One idea gathering support: raise the federal deposit insurance limit to reassure nervous savers and help small businesses.

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No man deserves the right to slap a woman

While sitting for two hours in a movie theater, watching a ridiculous soap opera-like film called a ‘A Family that Prey’s’, Tyler Perry once again left me, confused and disappointed by his “black girls need a man and Jesus” message.

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Consumer spending hits weakest point

WASHINGTON (AP) – Consumer spending in August turned in the weakest performance in six months, underscoring the threat the economy faces as the government’s stimulus program fades into the past.

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Ribbon cut on campus Trading Room

The North Carolina A&T State University School of Business and Economics presented its Closing Bell Speaker Series on Thursday for the inauguration of the new financial trading room.

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Dating is a business

Ladies have you ever bought that fresh outfit for a hot date? Or Guys have you ever went the extra mile for that special someone? If so, you have now entered that exclusive world of dating.

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Exposing too much online could cost you a job

Just about everyone has an embarrassing picture on Facebook or a video doing something that we had no business doing. Yes, we are in college and it is supposed to be the time of our lives. However, if you do not have a balance and most of your profile pictures are inappropriate, it is not going to be good when you are looking for a job. Your Facebook page is much more than a way to keep in touch nowadays.

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Citigroup buys Wachovia; layoffs expected in N.C.

CHARLOTTE (AP) – Charlotte-based Wachovia, a banking stalwart that survived the Great Depression, 1970s economic woes and a consolidation wave that stripped many cities of their hometown banks, on Monday succumbed to a ravenous credit crunch that is upending the banking world order.

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Police Blotter

LarcenySeptember 29th, 11:37 p.m.Price HallUniversity professor reported that on 08-11-08 he noted that a computer in the computer lab was missing from Price Hall. There were no suspects, witnesses or evidence. The computer has been valued at $1445 and this case will be forwarded to CID.

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Clothes for the fashionable voter

“The ‘My Vote Counts’ campaign was started initially to marry the importance of voting with fashion,” said Craig Stokes, a 2004 Aggie alum and member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

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Chanticleers slip past Aggies

In a less than impressive display by the Aggie Offense, the Chanticleers of Coastal Carolina pulled out a 20-7 Victory in Greensboro, Saturday night.

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