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Facebook is looking to get more involved in suicide prevention.

Facebook me some money

Mar 20, 2015
Here are the numbers we're reading and watching for Friday.

The rich history of money and why we can't master it

Mar 19, 2015
Author Kabir Sehgal explores the history and psychology of money in his new book
Posted In: Money, history, currency

Gas prices opening up car choices

Mar 19, 2015
With gas prices low, auto buyers have a choice: fuel-efficient or gas-thirsty?
Posted In: gas prices, auto sales

Got milk (and financial success)?

Mar 19, 2015
Here are the numbers we're reading and watching for Thursday.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks during a press conference at the Federal Reserve in Washington, DC, March 18, 2015, following the Federal Open Market Committee meeting.

Janet Yellen isn't ready to raise interest rates

Mar 18, 2015
In which we deliver the latest on the Fed's movement regarding interest rates.
Posted In: Yellen, interest rates, Federal Reserve

Why so much hangs on the Fed's choice of words

Mar 18, 2015
We’ll get the latest read Wednesday on when the interest rates could be going up.
Posted In: interest rates, Federal Reserve, housing market

Do today's veterans really have trouble getting jobs?

Mar 18, 2015
That sounds true, but the numbers are elusive.
Posted In: unemployement, veterans, military
Renzo Salazar maintains the yard around a foreclosed home in Miami.

Fewer homeowners are now 'underwater'

Mar 17, 2015
About 10 percent of homeowners now owe more than their house is worth, boosting mobility for jobs and reviving retirement areas.
Posted In: housing market, underwater mortgage, U.S. economic growth

Housing market recovery is limping along

Mar 17, 2015
New construction hasn't regained momentum, despite low mortgage rates and demand.
Posted In: housing market, housing recovery
Republican congressman Aaron Schock resigned today amidst Downton Abbey scandal.

Congressman resigns over Downton Abbey faux pas

Mar 17, 2015
Aaron Schock outfitted his office with "a gold-colored wall sconce," a "crystal chandelier," and "massive arrangements of pheasant feathers."
Posted In: Congress, Republicans, TV shows

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