August, 2016

Sparse Pence personal finance disclosure offers sharp contrast with Trump

August 21, 2016 Nemes Finance

Mike Pence, the Republican vice presidential candidate, filed a sparse financial disclosure, suggesting a relatively modest income and lifestyle.

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Teachers spending their own money on supplies

August 20, 2016 Nemes Money

HOUSTON – As local teachers get ready for the start of school on Monday, many are having to use their own money to buy classroom supplies.

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Years of education may protect against dementia

August 19, 2016 Nemes Education

Attaining a higher level of education is considered to be important in order to keep up good cognitive functioning in old age.

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Checks handed out left and right by Vigo County Education Foundation

August 18, 2016 Nemes Education

The highly publicized colony of bats at Sarah Scott Middle School prevented the annual Vigo County Education Foundation mini-grant awards ceremony from taking place there.

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You Are What You Eat: The Politics of Eating On Campaign From Ancient Rome to Trump

August 17, 2016 Nemes Politics

Political messages are spread through television ads, speeches, radio spots, posters and flyers, but an oft-overlooked aspect of elections is the importance of public eating.

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Russian Planes Fly From Iran To Bomb The Islamic State Group

August 16, 2016 Nemes US News

… outlet affiliated with the Russian government. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Tags: Russia, Syria, Islamic State, military · Curt Mills Staff Writer.

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Moonshots: Olympics, politics, more

August 15, 2016 Nemes Politics

No, I'm not the talented and beloved former PNJ columnist Mark O'Brien. ("You're no O'Brien" is the No. 2 comment I hear here at the PNJ.

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Marian University moves ahead despite lack of pledged money

August 14, 2016 Nemes Money

INDIANAPOLIS – A businessman who pledged $48 million to build a medical school for a small Catholic university has ponied up only about one-fifth of that, but the school's president says it's not causing a financial crisis.

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Eviction Has Become Increasingly Prevalent and Increasing Damning

August 13, 2016 Nemes

There is help, of course: help in the way of a welfare system designed to keep people in poverty; help in the way of payday loans that charge exorbitant interest; help in the way of other institutions that offer help for those with bad credit but only …

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11 States Where $1 Goes the Farthest

August 12, 2016 Nemes

Having a poor credit score won't make you a credit exile – for instance, there are some credit cards for people with bad credit – but it can make your finances more challenging. One of the best ways to improve your credit while tackling debt is to …

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