Clark Howard is a leading consumer advocate and host of "The Clark Howard Show." American business is riding a euphoric high, but with good times come the bad, specifically unscrupulous souls who prey upon unwitting consumers and are looking for an opening to bilk, swindle or entrap. Howard knows who they are and what they can do to honest, hard-working citizens.
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The Brewers players get to choose their "theme songs" for in-stadium appearances at Miller Park, for when they walk up to bat or come in from the bullpen. The song for each player is listed below their photo.
As the gay marriage debate ensues in a pair of cases in the Supreme Court, the symbol in support of it, the red background with two parallel pink rectangles, has spread across the Internet. Many social media users have made their own versions.
Spring lovers will be happy to miss out on the 6-10" of snow that is expected from Missouri to Indiana but we will still see close to an inch of the white stuff along the state line and near a half inch in Milwaukee.