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Seen at 11

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Seen At 11: Did Your Tax Break Get Thrown Out With Your Junk Mail?

This year, the state did things differently and some homeowners could be missing out on their money.


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Seen At 11: Empathy Themed Video Games Could Change The Way You Think

There is a new type of video game out and it’s one that doesn’t involve violence.


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Seen At 11: Getting Personal – Your Pulse Could Be Your New Password

Our heartbeats are as unique to us as our fingerprints and now they are being used to replace passwords, key cards, and bank cards.


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Seen At 11: Bounced Checks Could Land You On A Banking Blacklist

Bounced checks and forgotten overdraft fees can happen to anybody. But now, some banks are using those money mistakes against customers.


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Seen At 11: New Payment Plans Let You Get Away On Layaway

Many people dream of taking a fabulous vacation, but paradise is often financially out of reach.


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Seen At 11: Alarming New Study Could Change The Way You Look At Smoke Detectors

What would happen if a fire broke out in your home? Fire alarms save lives, but they may not be as effective as many people think they are, according to a new study.


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Seen At 11: Your Deepest Secrets Exposed To Nothing But Strangers

In 2004, Frank Warren started the “Post Secret Project.” He asked strangers to mail their secrets to his Maryland home. Now the secrets are flowing in from all over the world.


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Seen At 11: Adult Bullies Take Their Stalking Online

Jody Raines claims that she was cyber stalked by a man who she briefly dated. He was so upset when she broke things off that he took to the internet, spreading lies, posting video, and threatening her and her dog.


Members of the New York Superheroes go by names like “Snipe,” “Spyder,” “Dark Guardian,” and “Spector,” names that could have been pulled straight from the pages of a comic book, and they take their commitment to doing good very seriously. (Photo: CBS 2)

Seen At 11: Real Life NYC ‘Superheroes’ Take Matters Into Their Own Hands

Members of the New York Superheroes go by names like “Snipe,” “Spyder,” “Dark Guardian,” and “Spector,” names that could have been pulled straight from the pages of a comic book, and they take their commitment to doing good very seriously.


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Seen At 11: Bark Or Bite, How Will Your Dog React When A Home Invader Strikes?

Research shows that criminals are less likely to burglarize a home with a dog; CBS 2 recently put that research to the test, and set up seven cameras in four different homes.


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Seen At 11: Coming To Grips With Your Quarter-Life Crisis

These people are only in their 20s, and are just beginning their lives. It should be a time filled with promise and possibility, but many of them are already disillusioned.


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Seen At 11: How Much Would You Pay To Save The Life Of Your Pet?

Today, more and more people are using advanced medical interventions like prosthetic limbs, and stem cell therapy to save their animal companions.


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New Energy Efficient Bulbs Cut Costs But Could Be Hazardous To Your Health

Every time you turn on the lights, you may be putting yourself at risk, according to a disturbing new study.


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Seen At 11: Customs Officials Launch Crackdown On Khat

Customs officials at New York area airports are cracking down on a drug called khat. Authorities at JFK’s International Postal Facility told CBS 2′s Tony Aiello that they are seizing the drug by the ton.


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Seen At 11: Breath Of Relief

Doctors say learning to breathe in a more relaxed way so we take in more oxygen can help a surprising number of serious medical conditions.