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Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra may be a red line some people will refuse to cross

Some social-media users regard Mark Zuckerberg’s financial-services ambitions with skepticism.

This father paid $400,000 to get his child into Georgetown, but his son said he didn’t know — should he have been expelled?

Where does the responsibility lie for those children embroiled in the college admissions scandal?

I’m 65, my mortgage is paid off and I have $370,000 in savings, so why I am still worried about money?

‘Most people would laugh to be in my position, I know, but I constantly worry about running out of money.’

Women are taking on more leading roles in entertainment, but men are still the stars

On independent films with a female director, 72% of the writers were women, compared to 11% on male-directed films.

Juul, the maker of e-cigarettes, makes a novel case against Trump’s tariffs on Chinese goods

The controversial e-cigarette maker weighs in what it claims are unforeseen consequences that go beyond price.

Millennials who live with mom and dad will need $10,000 to move out

There’s a hefty price tag on breaking domestic ties with your parents.

People who post ‘God’ and ‘pray’ on Facebook are more likely to develop these life-threatening conditions

Your status updates could predict a whole range of health conditions, according to new research.

Here’s the ‘flawed advice’ the media’s been peddling about saving for retirement

Save X dollars every day starting now and you’ll be a millionaire by Y! You’ll need X times your income by the age of Y to be on track for a stress-free retirement. Follow these three simple steps and, voila, you can quit your job! The ”experts” make it sound so easy. Well, it’s not.

The most effective, best-rated bug sprays — all under $10

The nonprofit research organization Environmental Working Group notes that their top picks for bug repellents include those with ingredients like Picaridin and DEET

In a strong economy, 5 ways millions of Americans are being left behind

Not everyone is benefiting from record-low unemployment and a decade-long bull market.

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White House explored legality of demoting Powell from chairman, report says

The White House explored the legality of demoting Fed Chairman Jerome Powell in February, according to a report by Bloomberg News.

Trump Today: President sets ‘extended’ meeting with Xi as he rebukes Draghi over possible new stimulus

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he’d hold “extended” talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping at next week’s G-20 summit, as he rebuked European Central Bank President Mario Draghi over a possible move to provide further monetary stimulus.

It’s probably time to kiss a housing rebound good-bye

A call from last year that the housing cycle had peaked is increasingly looking correct.

‘Currency war’ fears rise as Trump slams Draghi’s hint at more ECB stimulus

President Donald Trump’s hostile response on Twitter to Draghi’s signal that the ECB could move to provide further monetary stimulus as early as next month is stoking fears that a potential U.S. trade war with its major trading partners could also be accompanied by a currency war.

Here’s who America’s CEOs are backing in the Democratic presidential race

It’s still early days in the race to become the Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential nominee, but a few CEOs of S&P 500 companies already have been voting with their wallets.

The Dow is now on pace for its best June return in 80 years, but the Fed could change that in a heartbeat

U.S. stock benchmarks on Tuesday were enjoying a nearly unfettered run-up toward records on the back of hope that central banks will ease monetary policy.

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