Scams 2017: 3 sneaky traps scammers are setting right now — via fake email, text or phone call

Phishing scams — in which a hacker tries to get their hands on your personal information — are getting more sophisticated. Here are three big scams to look out for in 2017.

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New Research Finds One Factor That Impairs Your Driving Far More Than Alcohol

This is a national problem that just as bad as driving under the influence.
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Texting a Driver Just Became a Crime in New Jersey

Should senders of text messages be held responsible if the recipient causes an accident? New Jersey's appeals court seems to believe so.

This Chilling New Video Will Stop You From Texting and Driving Ever Again

Werner Herzog will make you rethink the one second it takes to send a text.
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Gay Marriage 2013: Republicans Can't Fight It and Remain Credible On "Small Government"

The GOP's message of small government and its message on gay marriage and other social issues contradict each other. If they want to win over millennials, this needs to change.

Is Using Your GPS Just As Dangerous As Texting While Driving? California Thinks So

A new interpretation of California state law has all but outlawed any practical use of a mobile phone while driving.

Google Glass Banned: West Virginia Wants to Outlaw Driving With the Glasses

Republican lawmaker Gary Howell has just proposed a bill that would prohibit "using a wearable computer with head mounted display" while driving, which would eliminate Google Glass.
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Assault Weapons Ban Will Go Just As Badly As Prohibition

Prohibitive laws rarely work well and cause otherwise law-abiding citizens to become criminals. It's time to make sure our laws target the criminals instead.

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Government Should Not Regulate the Free Market

We’d be better off overall if there were less government regulation in our lives.