News Bites: FTC Challenges Credit Report Services; Nia Long on Clutch; South African Freedom Fighters 30 Years Later

Why pay $14.50 a month for when you can get a copy of your credit report for free from the U.S. government?  At least that’s what the Federal Trade Commission says. So they have produced a video spoof in response to other programs that charge for credit updates. Smells like a little hateration to me!   [New York Times]

Clutch Mag interviewed Nia Long where she talked about everything from her hair to community activism. [Clutch]

Bounced over to FlyGirls and ran across a simply marvelous Brazilian mix guaranteed to get your day off to the right start. [FlyGirls]

A GlobalPost writer met with former South African MK anti-aparthied fighters who had once worked in intelligence and fought in combat in the 1970s and 1980s.  Their stories today are pretty interesting. [GlobalPost]

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