How I lived without a credit card for 25 years

This year I opened my first credit card. It comes with a $500 credit limit and an interest rate that almost exceeds my age. If you’re wondering why I’m so excited to be the owner of what is basically a Fisher-Price credit card, you have to understand the Napoleon complex that not having any credit gave me.

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Feds call for input on reporting laws for abuse-related child deaths

Nevada isn’t alone in dealing with conflicting interpretations of state and federal laws on the public disclosure of abuse-related child fatalities. Other states struggle with the same issue, a plight that’s drawn the attention of federal officials who are now attempting to better understand the “breadth of opinion in the field.”

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EDITORIAL: Let them play

Two kids walking home from a Montgomery County, Md., park were abducted three blocks from their house Sunday. It was around 5 p.m., hours before sunset, and the children were following their parents’ instructions to be home by 6 p.m. When the children didn’t arrive home on time, the parents were rightly worried. They said they didn’t get a response from authorities until 8 p.m., three hours after the children were taken.

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