Zambonis, government ethics and taxes
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The high pressure of driving the Zamboni ice resurfacer between Olympic events. Plus the health care costs of gun violence, how business interests are changing Puerto Rico's future and why it's so hard for people to pay off student loans.
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Ethics Be Damned: More than half of Trump's 20-person Cabinet has engaged in questionable or unethical conduct
Ethics experts are alarmed at the drumbeat of revelations about travel, business holdings and investments, warning that public trust and reliable government are at risk. A former ethics official asks: "If the boss doesn't care, why should you, then?"
5 things to know about the new tax law as you file taxes
An investment adviser and certified personal accountant shares information as tax season looms.
How much do gun-related injuries cost U.S. hospitals?
When people wind up in an emergency room, it adds up to about $100,000 per person.
Puerto Rico's search for investors amid disaster recovery
The government estimates an 11 percent drop in the economy next year.
Student loan debt is changing - what's your experience?
Students with large loan balances aren't defaulting, but they're not reducing their debt either.