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Why the 'Gig' Economy May Not be the Workforce of the Future

Why the 'Gig' Economy May Not be the Workforce of the Future

By Christopher Rugaber | Sep 25
From Uber to TaskRabbit to YourMechanic, so-called gig work has been widely seen as ideal for people who want the flexibility and independence that traditional jobs don't offer. Yet the evidence is growing that over time, they don't deliver.

After Florence, What to Know About Your Insurance Coverage

After Florence, What to Know About Your Insurance Coverage

By Sarah Skidmore Sell | Sep 24
In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, thousands of people in the Carolinas are still waiting to return to their homes. Those who have are assessing the damage.

How Women Who Retire with Their Husbands Often Lose Out

How Women Who Retire with Their Husbands Often Lose Out

By Liz Weston | Sep 24
Women who retire when their husbands do may be giving up more wealth than they realize.

Credit Freeze Now Free Nationwide

Credit Freeze Now Free Nationwide

By Sarah Skidmore Sell | Sep 23
A credit freeze restricts access to your credit file, essentially halting anyone from opening any new credit in your name. The rules used to vary by state, but previously it could cost up to $10 to put a freeze in place.

Florence Sweeps Away Motel and Family's Hard Work, Savings

Florence Sweeps Away Motel and Family's Hard Work, Savings

By David Goldman and Jonathan Drew | Sep 23
When the floodwaters from Florence receded, half the Starlite Motel was gone. A ragged lip of concrete edged parking spaces with no corresponding rooms, just a void of standing water and debris.

UK's Labour Party Ponders Supporting New Brexit Referendum

UK's Labour Party Ponders Supporting New Brexit Referendum

By Jill Lawless | Sep 23
Britain's Labour Party may hold the fate of Brexit in its hands — if only it can decide what to do.

Immigration Judges Say New Quotas Undermine Independence

Immigration Judges Say New Quotas Undermine Independence

By Colleen Long | Sep 22
The nation's immigration court judges are anxious and stressed by a quota system implemented by Attorney General Jeff Sessions that pushes them to close 700 cases per year as a way to get rid of an immense backlog, the head of the judges' union said Frida

UK Leader May Hits Back on Brexit Plan; Pound Plunges

UK Leader May Hits Back on Brexit Plan; Pound Plunges

By Jill Lawless | Sep 21
British Prime Minister Theresa May accused the European Union on Friday of creating an "impasse" in divorce negotiations by bluntly rejecting her blueprint for Brexit, sending the value of the pound plunging.

California-Las Vegas Train Back on Track After Sale

California-Las Vegas Train Back on Track After Sale

Sep 21
A plan to build a high-speed train between Southern California and Las Vegas is back on track after a private rail company announced Wednesday it has taken over the project.

Buoyant Stocks Lift US Household Wealth, Mainly for Affluent

Buoyant Stocks Lift US Household Wealth, Mainly for Affluent

By Christopher Rugaber | Sep 20
A rising stock market lifted U.S. household wealth to a record $106.9 trillion in the April-June quarter, the culmination of a decade of economic recovery but a gain that is concentrated largely among the most affluent.

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