Crossing the street in Florida? Look both ways -- and then do it again.
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Mindy Kaling of 'The Office' paid twice for car rental insurance she probably didn't need in the first place.
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It's entirely possible to find a car that's a blast to drive, turns heads, costs less than most new cars and does something amazing -- goes up in value.
Surprised? I was. But does it really make any difference?
Small town in Idaho says if you text while crossing a street, you'll pay a fine.
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