While the social media network trumpets its 1 billion users, new research indicates about 100 million of them could be dogs, brands or even toasters.
An advocacy group wants to raise $660 million from lots of little guys to keep Tribune's newspapers away from the billionaire Koch brothers.
Some convenience stores and gas stations are still dinging users. Minimum purchase amounts are also no-nos.
In his current term, the government may earn more than $110 billion from this program, more than the country's most lucrative companies.
After getting bombarded with hundreds of thousands of complaints, the media company ditches the thinner-waisted version from its princess site.
It seems every junk food is launching new flavors to boost sales. Now the venerable pastry is, too.
While battle lines harden, at least 234,000 fewer people are collecting the benefit from December's peak. That might not appease critics.
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