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Firm Reimage Itself To Avoid Confusion With Extremist Group
Isis, the mobile Wallet platform, wants to avoid confusion with ISIS, the acronym for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Isis' CEO noted rebranding isn't easy, but it's in the firm's best interest.
Goods Sold In Cuban Shops Often Come From Florida Stores
Some stores in and around Miami specialize in the Cuba trade, selling everything from discount clothes to car parts for Soviet-era cars. It's a legal way around the 50-year-old trade embargo.
Richard Dreyfuss' Children: 'JAWS' Makes No Sense
Steve Inskeep talks to Ben and Emily Dreyfuss, the adult children of actor Richard Dreyfuss. They recently watch JAWS again. Their father starred in the 1975 movie.
First Trial Begins For A Friend Of Marathon Bombing Suspect
Azamat Tazhayakov, a friend of suspected bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, is accused of obstruction of justice. The native of Kazakhstan is denying the charges saying he cooperated with authorities.
Some Parole Requirements Could Be Increasing The Crime Rate
Prisoners who are released invariably make it back to the areas where they came from. Does this have a positive or negative effect on crime? Research triggered by Hurricane Katrina offers insight.
For Brazilians, Game-Day Rituals Lead To Sense Of Community
Brazil faces off with Germany on Tuesday in the semi-finals of the World Cup. Deep into the tournament now, Brazilian fans have developed a clockwork game-day routine they hope continues.
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