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Fed’s Mary Daly says ‘I don’t feel the pain of inflation anymore’ — here’s the full context of her remarks
The San Francisco Fed president also said ‘we have to worry’ about those who can’t afford rising prices in an interview Wednesday. Here’s what she said in full. Read More
Peek Inside the Ritzy Real Estate of the Late Ivana Trump
Ivana Trump, the outsized personality and the first of Donald Trump‘s three wives, died earlier this month at the age of 73. Read More
With Roe v. Wade overturned, Georgia allows pregnant women to claim embryos as dependents — and it may not be the last state to do so
In Michigan, a bill aims to let parents claim a $200 income-tax credit for a fetus that reached 12 weeks gestation by the end of 2022. Read More
‘Out-of-towners are buying high-end properties’: They have up to 40% more money to spend on housing than locals — and they’re coming to a city near you
Their arrival may inspire fierce competition over real estate in lieu of brotherly love. Read More
An inflation crisis ‘on steroids’: Advocates urge Congress and Biden administration to help tenants facing rising rents
Without quick action, ‘too many more renters will fall into homelessness,’ one advocate told the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. Read More
Survey says: Many EV buyers aren’t in it for the environment—here’s what they care about
More American drivers are making the switch from gasoline to electric; what’s their real motivation? Read More
In hard times, these are the credit card mistakes that can hurt you most
When times are tough, some debt may be inevitable, but if you can, consider your
options before making these credit card mistakes. Read More
Airlines’ hidden inflation: They pepper you with fees. Here are some ways to lower your flight costs.
This is going to be an expensive time to fly, as rising base airfare costs combine with hidden inflation through airline fees. Read More
Americans’ credit-card debt just had the biggest jump in more than 20 years, New York Fed says
Americans added $312 billion in debt during the second quarter — an increase that New York Fed researchers called ‘pretty sizable.’ Read More
Campus COVID-19 vaccine mandates had the biggest impact on colleges with low-income students. Here’s why they were so effective.
A new study finds that vaccine mandates on campus reduced total U.S. COVID-19 deaths in fall 2021 by approximately 5%. Read More