Archive for September 1st, 2018

The updated cards are safer, but criminals are finding new ways of scamming people.

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Wendy Howard is worried. A steady uptick in prices and in her cost of living already led the Chicago native to abandon retirement to reboot her teaching career. She doesn't eat out anymore and is concerned that her holiday shopping could be curtailed if the Trump administration's trade war with China pushes prices even higher. "My rent increased astronomically, gas prices, everything," said …

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By virtually any yardstick, the U.S. economy is doing great. Unemployment is near a two-decade low. The stock market is strong. Corporate profits are at record highs. Yet a report out this week finds that almost half of Americans are having trouble paying for basic needs such as food and…

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There's a very good chance you currently are or will be impacted by taxes tied to Social Security.

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Streetcar, bus and metro systems have been ignoring one lesson for 100 years: Service drives demand.

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In the dry, dusty plains of West Texas, home to America’s most prolific oil play, the problem isn’t too little water, it’s too much of it.

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<p>When the whole world is fighting for the same jobs, what happens to workers?</p>

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