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Millennials Will Be Useless When the Stock Market Crashes Soon: Jim Rogers

The stock market has had a nice run, and millennials have benefited greatly from the easy money. But legendary forecaster Jim Rogers says it's all about to end badly for millennials and the market.
Hurricane Harvey's Total Damage Will Be Shockingly Expensive to Repair

As Harvey continues to batter the Texas coast, here's what we know about the financial wreckage it will wreak.
A Measured Yellen Keeps Markets Guessing on December, but S&P 500, Nasdaq Rise

Stocks closed higher. Here's how the market digested Fed news, a spattering of earnings, and the looming threat of North Korea.
A Big Step for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle have made their first official public appearance as a couple. The prince and Markle held hands Monday as they walked toward Toronto's city hall and attended a wheelchair tennis event at Harry's Invictus Games for wounded veterans, the AP reports. Both were dressed...
'Screaming Eagle' of Soul Dead at 68

Charles Bradley, known as the "Screaming Eagle of Soul" for a powerful, raspy style that evoked one of his musical heroes, James Brown, died Saturday at age 68. Bradley, who achieved success later in life with his 2011 debut album No Time for Dreaming, " was diagnosed with stomach cancer in...
Best Back-to-School Technology: Here Are the Must Own Gadgets for Your Kid

School's about to start. Here are five gadgets that will help with classes this fall.
Things HR Can't Ask in a Job Interview

Before you head into your next interview, learn to look out for these ten questions. They might mean more than meets the eye...and could be illegal or at least bending the law.
Here Are 3 Things to Do After a $750 Million Powerball Win

Did you just win the $750 million Powerball? You need to handle your financial house. The same money rules apply to any windfall.
11 must-do's for the first-time homebuyer

Here are steps you can take for making that big leap to homeownership.
Siemens, Alstom join forces to create European rail champion

FRANKFURT/PARIS (Reuters) - German industrial group Siemens and French rival Alstom agreed on Tuesday to merge their rail operations, creating a European champion to better
W-2 seems wrong. Does my employer owe me money?

Without pay stubs, you still can check the math on your W-2. Here's what you can do.
Twitter to test 280-character tweets, busting old limit

By David Ingram NEW YORK (Reuters) - The days of Twitter Inc limiting messages to 140 characters, a signature of the social network since its launch in 2006, may be numbered.
Trump urges NFL to ban players kneeling during anthem

(Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump ramped up his fight with the National Football League on Tuesday, calling on the league to ban players from kneeling in protest at games while the national
Why Does Larry Page Pay Himself a $1 Salary?

Google co-founder Larry Page continues to take an annual salary of only $1 as chief executive officer.
Nike Stock at Cusp of Major Breakdown

Nike stock failed a summer breakout, setting the stage for an earnings report that could trigger a major breakdown.
Aaron Hernandez Had CTE

Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez was suffering from "severe" CTE when he killed himself, according to a postmortem brain exam conducted at Boston University, Sports Illustrated reports. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, which is caused by repeated blows to the head and frequently affects football players and other athletes, can only be...
Tech Giants Lobby Hard Under Intense Scrutiny

Big Tech is spending record amounts on lobbying as dark clouds hang over its future.
Columnist Helped Him Get Off Death Row. Then He Confessed

Edgar Smith, a murder convict who got off New Jersey's death row with the help of columnist William F. Buckley only to later confess to the crime, has died in a California prison hospital. He was 83. Smith died March 20, the AP confirmed Monday. California prison officials told the...
Singer Alicia Keys: Girl on fire with a high net worth

Keys built her wealth through music and endorsements. See where her net worth stands today.
5 ways to squeeze retirement money from your home

Here's how to make your home do double duty as your retirement piggy bank.
How to qualify for a premium rewards credit card

You need more than good credit to get a Chase Sapphire Reserve card, or one like it.
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If anyone is feeling sympathetic toward North Korea as its war of words with the US ramps up, Otto Warmbier's family has a message: "North Korea is not a victim. They're terrorists." In their first lengthy comments since Warmbier's death days after the 22-year-old University of Virginia student was released... More >
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As far as diseases go, Juvenile Batten disease is a particularly cruel one: Vision issues and seizures typically emerge before a child is 10; blindness, dementia, and an inability to move can follow; death often comes within a decade. Crueler still, while the disorder is highly rare it's also genetic,... More >
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