Young adults no longer expect to buy their first house right away. First they need good credit, a hefty downpayment and a stable job.
With the mayor's blessing, urban decay is being eliminated by way of the wrecking ball. Other cities have tried the tactic with disappointing results.
Disneyland ups the cost of a single-day ticket to nearly $100. That's just to walk in. A SoCal native tells you where to spend your money instead.
A new survey says 42% of women think female financial independence alienates men AND women. Why are we still having this conversation?
While the very wealthy have yachting and polo to keep them occupied, we common folk can kayak or take a wild ride on a mechanical bull.
Americans were generally content with across-the-board tax rates during the 1950s and '60s that were far higher than tax rates today.
A similar survey conducted in July showed the 2 major candidates tied.
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Breaking up big banks is an untested solution to the too big to fail problem that attempts to isolate and dismantle large, troubled institutions while protecting the rest of the economy.
A new study finds that raising the minimum wage would reduce food stamp expenditures by 6 percent.
Even when they have a plan for their refund check from Uncle Sam, Americans often don't realize how they actually spend the windfall.
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