Review Mortgage Lenders

American Family Financial Services

Grand Opening of Asian American Family Service Center

Asian American Family Services is the only mental health focused social service agency providing bi-lingual and bi-cultural services for the ...

Hires and promotions

Physician Assistant Rebecca Stutz has joined the family medicine department at the Essentia Health St. Mary's — Detroit Lakes Clinic in Detroit Lakes, Minn. She will also care for patients in the emergency department at Essentia Health St. Mary's-Detroit Lakes. Stutz earned a master's degree in physician assistant studies from Augsburg College in Minneapolis. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.

Dr. Ersin Selcuk Unal, a hematologist and medical oncologist, has joined the Essentia Health Cancer Center in Fargo. Unal earned a medical degree from Uludag University School of Medicine in Bursa, Turkey, and completed a residency in general surgery at Istanbul University School of Medicine, Capa, Istanbul, Turkey. He received his doctorate degree in biomedical sciences/molecular pharmacology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, N.Y. He completed a second residency in internal medicine at New York City HHC/Jacobi Medical Center and a fellowship in hematology and medical oncology at Montefiore Medical Center, both affiliated with AECOM, in Bronx.

Court upholds $7.3B judgment against Sudan over embassy bombings

"We’re obviously very pleased that the D.C. Circuit has affirmed [a lower court] decision after what has been a long struggle in court of the families,” said Stuart Newberger, a lawyer for the U.S. families at law firm Crowell & Moring.  “We are hopeful that with this ruling, the Americans who were killed in [the attacks] get closer to reaching a final resolution to the tragic saga in their lives and finally get some closure.”

Lawyers for the Sudanese government argued that the entire case should have been thrown out for several reasons, foremost by challenging the court’s interpretation of the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act (FSIA), which was revised in the middle of the 15-year legal proceeding. 

Osama bin Laden lived in Sudan until the government kicked him out in 1996. The court took the side of expert witnesses that said the country continued to fund the terrorist group al Qaeda, which carried out the attacks that killed 200 people — including 12 Americans. 

Do you think that financial freedom and time freedom? Do you believe you have a plan to get this in your life

It's a fact that the typical employee works more hours than they did 10 years ago. Commuting time has exponentially increased and most families have two parents working full time. Plus, taxes are just rising and cost of living (incl gas!) are skyrocketing.


Americans get into Debt-traps,because of high-pressure
salesmanship.Their needs increase,desire for comforts
increase and dreams for luxuries are created.