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The Watchdog:Trump hire leaves consumers worse off
Last year's Equifax data hack of our personal information is worse than we thought.
The Watchdog: Abbott's property tax plan? Wow!
The Watchdog: A widow's wish must be honored
The Watchdog: A lonely watchdog in Denton finding allies
He was a lonely watchdog. I remember 19 years ago when Willie Hudspeth explained to me why he was ready to do battle with the Confederate soldier statue at the Denton County Courthouse on the Square.
The Watchdog: If you think sales tax doesn't apply, make sure to speak up
She did and wrote back with further dismay: "I tried to call the state comptroller's office, and I was told basically if Walmart is collecting sales tax and sending it to the state, 'we have no problem with that.
The Watchdog: Angry at Apple? What to do about slow iPhones
Is your iPhone slow? Mine is. It takes eight seconds for my beloved Google app to open. Eight seconds is a perfect bull ride, but it's an eternity in Smartphone Land. As The Watchdog, I set off on a journey to find out what to do.
The Watchdog: Catch up with Snoop Dogg trooper, Pronto
The Watchdog: A favorite in-your-face moment and other sources of gratitude from 2017
The Watchdog: Targeted by a hit-man scam, local writer got a killer idea
Don McElfresh opened up the email and saw that unless he did what he was told he was going to die. The note was from a hit man who said he was paid to kill McElfresh, an 86-year-old freelance writer in Dallas. But the hit man was willing to change his plans for the right price.
The Watchdog: Painful labor of an AT&T customer
I am preparing my monthly report of complaints that The Watchdog sends to AT&T CEO/President/Chairman/Big Kahuna Randall Stephenson. But there was one emergency complaint that could not wait. I sent it to AT&T immediately upon receipt.
The Watchdog: Activists' beef with conservative legislators may reshape Texas politics
The Watchdog: Caller ID spoofing too easy
The Watchdog: Expressing frustration at Direct Express
Direct Express is a debit card where people receiving Social Security or Supplemental Security Income benefits for the elderly, disabled and veterans can avoid getting paper checks by mail. The U. S.