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Vol. 2, No. 23, March 6, 2000

How to Report
Internet-Related Crime

Report Internet-related crime, like any other crime, to appropriate law enforcement investigative authorities at the local, state, federal, or international levels, depending on the scope of the crime. This Department of Justice site tells you how.
Mental Health Information Online
Do you -or someone you care about -- have depression, a phobia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or some other mental health condition? Are you a mental health practitioner or researcher? Whoever you are, you can find the latest research, news, and help on this user-friendly website sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health.

National Parks Have
More than the Great Outdoors

National parks cover about 83 million acres. And if you think the only thing you'll find are beautiful mountains, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife, wild flowers and other wondrous works of nature, think again. At our national parks, you'll find historical buildings, art, artifacts, documents, and monuments. And on this website, you'll find these national treasures organized by everything from performing arts to science to military history.

Are You a Really, Really Late Tax Filer?
Let's get cracking on that tax return, especially if it's for 1996! IRS estimates that more than 1.6 million taxpayers who failed to file tax returns for 1996 risk losing about $2 billion in refunds if they don't get their late returns in by April 15. More than half could receive $442 or more. And there's no penalty for filing late if you're due a refund!

In This Issue

Internet-Related Crime

Mental Health

National Parks

Late Tax Filers

Back Issues

Vol. 2, No. 22, February 28, 2000

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Vol. 2, No. 20, February 14, 2000

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