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So-called debt ceiling?

Jan 14, 2013
President Barack Obama warned Republicans that not raising the "so-called" debt ceiling is "irresponsible" and "absurd." Wait a second... so-called?
Posted In: Barack Obama, debt ceiling

This year's flu vaccine is 62% effective

Jan 11, 2013
The flu's now widespread in 47 states.
Posted In: flu

Major League Baseball expanding drug testing policy

Jan 10, 2013
As you may have heard, nobody was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame yesterday.
Posted In: baseball

Action figures for 'Django Unchained'

Jan 8, 2013
Quentin Tarantino's new film has some possibly controversial merchandise.
Posted In: film, Entertainment

Congressman blocks trillion-dollar coin idea

Jan 7, 2013
Oregon Republican Congressman Greg Walden has introduced a bill outlawing trillion-dollar debt-paying platinum coins.
Posted In: debt ceiling

The fiscal cliff provisions you might not have heard about

Jan 2, 2013
Reading the fine print of the fiscal cliff legislation passed on Jan. 1.
Posted In: fiscal cliff

What are your financial New Year's resolutions?

Jan 1, 2013
Saving more? Not buying your daily latte? Big or small, we want to know your financial New Year's resolutions.
Posted In: New Year, resolution

French court says au revoir to 75% tax on wealthy

Dec 31, 2012
The high court in France has rejected President Francois Hollande's controversial 75 percent tax on millionaires.
Posted In: France, Francois Hollande, Taxes

Gum shop busted for selling candy cigarettes

Dec 27, 2012
A gum store in St. Paul, Minn., was caught for selling candy cigarettes, which are banned because they're said to encourage smoking.
Posted In: candy

Starbucks wants Congress to 'come together' on fiscal cliff

Dec 26, 2012
The company is asking its employees in the Washington, D.C., area to write the words 'come together' on people's coffee cups, apparently in reference to the fiscal cliff talks.
Posted In: fiscal cliff, starbucks

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Money shapes all our lives. But, also our lives shape our understanding of money. Specifically, at an early age family can determine a lot about how we view money. We take a look at how family moments ... big and small ... shape the way we live money.