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- Working-class whites lose voting dominance in Ohio
- 'Industrial scale' tampering of evidence at MH17 site: Australia
Evidence has been tampered with on an "industrial scale" at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Tuesday, calling it "a cover-up". Abbott, whose government was behind a UN Security Council resolution that Monday unanimously demanded full access to the site in rebel-held east Ukraine, admitted progress had been made but said more needed to be done. "What we have seen is evidence tampering on an industrial scale.
- Amid sanctions, France in warship sale to Russia
- Galaxy Note 4 will finally bring you the build quality you want from Samsung
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 4 flagship smartphone will finally have a higher build quality than any of its predecessors – or at least one version of the new phablet supposedly will. Korean publication ET News has learned from sources familiar with the matter that the Galaxy Note 4 will be made of metal, sport a flexible display and pack a 16-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization (OIS). FROM EARLIER: Galaxy Note 4′s monster specs have already leaked Samsung is reportedly experimenting with various material choices, including stainless steel, aluminum, magnesium and plastic for the phone’s case, although only the premium Galaxy Note 4 is likely to get a metal case. In other words, plastic will still be part of the Galaxy Note
- Russia may ask rich to help foot bill for Crimea with 'solidarity tax'
By Lidia Kelly MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia could ask its richest citizens to help foot the bill for the annexation of Crimea by paying a "solidarity tax" proposed by a group of lawmakers. Deputies from the State Duma lower house of parliament, which is dominated by backers of President Vladimir Putin, have drawn up a draft law that would increase income tax for people earning more than more than 1 million roubles ($28,700) a month. "The main goal is to support regional budgets and that means also the budget of Russia's new territories," Andrei Krutov, the deputy leading the planned legislation, told Reuters. His reference to the "new territories" made clear that a key intention was to help the government pay for Crimea's absorption into Russia.
- Intelligence picture 'implicates Russia,' official says
- 12 Habits of Phenomenally Frugal Families
Families with young children often feel financially squeezed from every direction: monthly mortgage or rent payments, food, clothes, activities, college and retirement savings -- the list is endless. These ideas from our Frugal Shopper bloggers, including Karen Cordaway, Lisa Koivu, Jon Lal, Joshua Rodriguez, Amber Sager, Michelle Stinson Ross, John Schmoll, Jennifer Saranow Schultz and Susan Yoo-Lee, offer plenty of creative strategies.