How to invest amid higher inflation and buying a car from the factory can actually save you money
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Kroger employees are surrounded by food at work -- but many struggle to afford food and rent, says a survey of 10,200 workers
Tim Massa, Kroger's senior vice president and chief people officer, called the findings 'misleading and untrue.' Read More
I'm buying a home with my 74-year-old mother, but the mortgage will be in my name. How should we title the house?
'Once my mother's house sells, she is going to give me some of her home proceeds -- $100,000, so I can recast my mortgage and lower my monthly payment.' Read More
Weekend reads: How to invest amid higher inflation and as interest rates rise
Also, beautiful retirement locations for bicycling, retirement planning and how to prepare for a career move. Read More
People of color have been less likely than their white counterparts to get a COVID-19 vaccine -- but that is finally changing
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports vaccination data, but critics say it still has some significant gaps. Read More
Florida laboratory owner ran $7 million Medicare fraud, pushing expensive, unnecessary tests for patients who were worried about having COVID-19
Christopher Licata admitted paying kickbacks to telemedicine firms that wrote referred pricey genetic tests to his lab. Read More
Feeling restless or need a change? Here are 7 places great for soul searching
Maybe you need a new city to figure out your next chapter--a place with creativity, welcoming neighbors, and opportunities to grow. Read More
Buying a car from the factory sounds expensive, but it can actually save you money. Here's how to do it.
You'll wait a few weeks or even months, but you get exactly what you want, and in this current market, you're likely to save money, too. Read More
'We will not beat this pandemic until we stop the spread of the virus at work': Labor unions react to Supreme Court blocking Biden's vaccine mandate
AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler had some strong words for the the Supreme Court's ruling to stay enforcement of OSHA's vaccine mandate. Read More
'He is a liar and a cheat': My ailing father has two home-help aides. How do I stop my greedy brother bilking him out of $4,000 a month?
'I fear being cut off, and I need advice to move forward.' Read More
Scorched Western states and a hurricane in New York: Earth experienced one of its hottest years on record in 2021
A series of reports from NOAA, NASA and others point to a trend of global rising average temperatures, including the hottest U.S. summer since 1936. Read More
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January 14, 2022 18:25 ET (23:25 GMT)
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