Take a close look at your phone bill you could be paying for services you don’t even use. And that has Congress renewing efforts to protect Colorado residents, and the rest of the country, from those mysterious charges.
It’s called telephone bill “cramming.” Third party companies slip bogus monthly charges onto your land line phone bill. The fees range from a few dollars to as much as $50.00 and hide in plain sight amid other legitimate charges.
Great theatre, Music, Art, Dance and Festivals in Colorado
The Ft. Collins Jazz Experience brings Music, history, and more for you to enjoy all weekend long In Old Town Square and Oak Street Plaza. Tonight, there is a special jazz art walk, and late night jams sessions await Tomorrow’s Downtown Sessions feature two stages of free continuous jazz jams from local and regional groups showcase Colorado's rich jazz talents,
Judge Reggie Walton has declared a mistrial in the Roger Clemens case. Walton ruled that prosecutors had indelibly tainted Clemens' ability to get a fair trial by exposing the jury to inadmissible evidence. Clemens was on trial on charges of lying to Congress about using performance-enhancing drugs.
The state government in Minnesota may be back in business soon. The state's Democratic governor and GOP leadership have agreed on a proposal that would raise $1.4 billion in new revenue. The government has been shut down for two weeks.
The FBI said it will launch a preliminary probe based on concerns that News Corp. sought to hack into the phones of September 11th terrorist attack victims. News Corp. is owned by Rupert Murdock, who is embroiled in a phone-hacking scandal in Britain.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is just back from a trip Afghanistan and Iraq. They're his first visit to the war zones since taking over the top job at the Pentagon. Mary Louise Kelly talks with NPR's Rachel Martin about how Panetta is making the transition from the very secretive role he played as director of the CIA to the very public job he has now.
After 1,178 minutes of total screen time, the Harry Potter film series has finally ended.
The release of the last Harry Potter film is a bittersweet finale not just for fans, but also for the Hollywood film industry and other players in the multibillion-dollar business empire built upon J.K. Rowling's popular book series.