April 16, 2014

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What you need to know about Florida today

| 10/22/2012

› Florida is a prime stop for hunter of Holocaust memories
A battered suitcase or a pair of dice, they are intimate tokens of a painful time, occupying the periphery of aging memories. Holocaust survivors or their families ignore them for decades in trunks and garages from Israel to China and, often, South Florida.

› Psst, taxes go up in 2013 for 163 million workers
President Barack Obama isn't talking about it and neither is Mitt Romney. But come January, 163 million workers can expect to feel the pinch of a big tax increase regardless of who wins the election.

› Neighbors wait, worry as banks take longer to sell foreclosed homes
A neighborhood's chances of recovering quickly from the hung-over U.S. housing market depend not only on how many foreclosed homes it has but also, it seems, on which banks own the properties.

› Tebow trademarking 'Tebowing'
Dropping to a knee like Tim Tebow might cost you now. The New York Jets backup quarterback is trademarking “Tebowing,” a move in which he goes down on one knee and holds a clenched fist against his forehead while praying during games.

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