Features by Tracey Samuelson
Posted In: addiction, Obamacare, prescription drugs
There are simply not enough beds to meet New Jersey’s growing demand for substance abuse treatment.
Want to make a good impression? How about a $2000/day rental car?
Posted In: Hurricane Sandy, new jersey, homes
After Hurricane Sandy, the state of New Jersey planned to buy 1,300 flood-prone homes and demolish them. What's taking so long?
Posted In: affordable housing, Housing
Would-be homeowners balance the risks of buying with benefits like building their assets and bettering their children's chances.
Posted In: foreclosure, buying a home
Advocates say home ownership is still a good way for low-income families to build wealth - but it shouldn't be their only form of savings
Posted In: Retirement
In a recent survey, more than half of U.S. workers saving for retirement have less than $25,000 in the bank for the golden years. That's not a lot of money -- how do retirees survive on that?
The Danish toymaker Lego continues its string of successes: The company has tapped into a growing Asian middle class; it has gotten girls to decide that Legos aren't just for boys; and it's found a way to make plastic bricks tell elaborate stories.
Posted In: online gambling, hotels, Atlantic City, new jersey
As states legalize online gambling, how does a casino hold on to customers? At the Borgata in Atlantic City, you can leave the casino floor and play the slots on a TV in your room.
Posted In: CFPB, student loans, higher education
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to institute rules for certain non-bank loan servicers. What’s the likely result of the rules for borrowers and the industry?
Posted In: renting, minimum wage
It’s becoming harder, especially in certain cities, for low-income people to find affordable rental housing.