More couples who want to split up are staying under one roof because of the economy. How do they cope?
Jobless Californian lost his home to foreclosure. Now he lives in hotels, thanks to rewards from his frequent corporate travel.
One article argues that their attitudes are what's needed in a new economy, but another thinks they can't adapt.
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Efforts are afoot to prohibit companies from pulling credit reports of most prospective hires.
Once an employed homeowner, blogger is now jobless and living with her kids in an RV.
Nobody thought it was their fault, but it was everyone's fault.
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