Published on August 23, 2017 - Page 17
WASHINGTON (AP) — The wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin dove headlong into a social media skirmish this week, blasting a critic of her...
Published on August 20, 2017 - Page 33
Having college debt disappear is something many student loan holders can only dream of. But it’s possible for some of the 44 million people in the U....
Published on August 20, 2017 - Page 33
NEW YORK — For the back-to-school season, many parents and their kids are thinking green. Concerns about the environment have them looking for...
Published on August 20, 2017 - Page 33
When Crane Middle School decided to turn over minor IT repairs and troubleshooting duties to students, even the program coordinator was skeptical....
Published on August 20, 2017 - Page 40
LONDON (AP) — “Thor” star Tom Hiddleston is to play Hamlet on the London stage — but fans will need a bit of luck to get a ticket. Hiddleston is set...
Published on August 18, 2017 - Page 8
Gary Sidder set up Roth IRAs for his sons when they turned 13. Each year, the certified financial planner and his wife, Francie Steinzeig, a school...
Published on August 13, 2017 - Page 29
NEW YORK — Pillows that track your snoozing patterns? A bed that adjusts based on how much you twist and turn? Companies are adding more technology...
Published on August 13, 2017 - Page 29
Ken Ilgunas paid off $32,000 in student loans two and a half years after graduation —starting with a $9-an-hour job. With zero job offers in his...
Published on August 13, 2017 - Page 29
Whether you’re writing an email or a novel, it’s vital these days to understand the craft of telling a story and telling it well. For kids, writing...
Published on August 13, 2017 - Page 33
Diane Ehrensaft is a developmental and clinical psychologist, director of mental health at the University of California, San Francisco’s Child and...
Published on August 13, 2017 - Page 33
EL CERRITO, Calif. — In some ways, Rainbow Day Camp is very ordinary. Kids arrive with a packed lunch, make friendship bracelets, play basketball,...
Published on August 12, 2017 - Page 8
NEW YORK (AP) — It’s a simple message: Beware of racism in the United States. But Procter & Gamble took a calculated risk with its ad that...
Published on August 11, 2017 - Page 6
: I’m going to college for the first time in my late 20s after working for several years. How do I pay for it while dealing with potentially less...
Published on August 6, 2017 - Page 29
A fun part of back-to-school shopping is the search for the perfect lunch container. Should it be square with a zip, with space for lots of tasty...
Published on August 6, 2017 - Page 29
I’m trying to eat better and exercise more, but I don’t have a ton of money. How can I live healthily on the cheap? A: Committing to wellness doesn’...
Published on August 6, 2017 - Page 29
Got your own laptop or tablet? Bring it to class, many schools now say. Policies known as BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) or BYOT (Bring Your Own...
Published on August 2, 2017 - Page 8
With college classes starting soon, ideally you’ve made all your payments and are ready to settle in. But if you’re still looking for financial aid...
Published on August 2, 2017 - Page 8
EDWARDSVILLE (AP) — A suburban Chicago food festival says it’s justified in threatening a trademark infringement lawsuit over a Pennsylvania group’s...
Published on July 30, 2017 - Page 29
After a packed, hot summer of family vacations, camp or kids underfoot, what’s a parent or caregiver to do with all that free time on the first day...
Published on July 30, 2017 - Page 29
BETHLEHEM (AP) — When she was younger, Jenn LaTorre was shunned from her Orthodox Presbyterian church because of her sexual orientation. Now — in...

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