Could a trillion-dollar coin really stop the next fiscal crisis?
Ryan Teague Beckwith, Digital First Media
01/08/2013 10:36:48 AM EST
01/08/2013 10:37:16 AM EST
In this June 15, 2007, photo released by Professional Coin Grading Service, shown is a new John Adams dollar coin that is missing the edge inscriptions. Hundreds of Adams dollar coins have been found without the edge lettering, according to the Professional Coin Grading Service based in Newport Beach, Calif., one of the country's largest rare coin authentication companies. (AP Photo/Professional Coin Grading Service) ** NO SALES ** (Anonymous)
Welcome to your discussion forum: Click the login link below to sign in with or to set up a Disqus account or to access your social networking account. When you do, your comment should be posted immediately, provided it meets the guidelines. (What are the guidelines?.) Report abuse by flagging a comment (mouse over the comment). Comments made here are the sole responsibility of the person posting them; these comments do not reflect the opinion of The Berkshire Eagle. So keep it civil. blog comments powered by Disqus
Now, you can insert an assortment of pictures or photo albums directly into email, resize them within the message and make sharing with friends and family less of a time-consuming process overall. Full Story
Continuing the recent trend of faith-based films, including "Noah" and "Son of God," ''Heaven Is for Real" is a sweet tale based on a 4-year-old boy's account of his trip to heaven that's likely to please the devout, but won't entice religious cynics. Full Story