Being counted as poor in America doesn't mean you're doing without cable, air conditioning and video games.
Interstate movers who illegally hold household goods hostage can now be fined at least $10,000.
The average expected spending this year for families with kids in grades K-12 is $688. It's $907 for college kids.
Productivity experts predict that the London Games could result in a summer slowdown perhaps unlike any other in history.
Even fifth-graders realize that adults are uncomfortable discussing how much they make and how much they're worth.
By one dad's account, the government's calculation of the cost to raise a child is absurdly low.
If you want to save money these days, you have to move into the city. Crazy, but true.
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