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Liz Weston: The Life-Changing Magic of Working A Bit Longer

Liz Weston: The Life-Changing Magic of Working A Bit Longer

By Liz Weston | May 15
Retirement experts frequently recommend working longer if you haven't saved enough. But you may not realize just how powerful a little extra work can be.

Should It Stay or Go? Clearing Out Financial Paperwork

Should It Stay or Go? Clearing Out Financial Paperwork

By Sarah Skidmore Sell | May 15
Paperwork is one of the easiest areas to let a mess build and one of the more challenging categories to tackle. That's in part because it's difficult to make a lot of decisions. And the stakes feel higher when it comes to financial documents.

Is Sea Rise Wrecking Coastal Home Values? The Answer: Maybe

Is Sea Rise Wrecking Coastal Home Values? The Answer: Maybe

By Philip Marcelo | May 15
Some research suggests rising sea levels and flooding brought by global warming are harming coastal property values. But by how much is an open question.

Trump Targets Pell Grant Money for NASA's Budget Boost

Trump Targets Pell Grant Money for NASA's Budget Boost

By Jill Colvin | May 14
The Trump administration wants to shift money for Pell Grants for college education to fund new spending, including a $1.6 billion bump for NASA to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024.

Top WH Adviser Kudlow Admits U.S. Consumers Pay Tariffs

Top WH Adviser Kudlow Admits U.S. Consumers Pay Tariffs

By Christopher Rugaber | May 13
The White House's top economic adviser has acknowledged that U.S. consumers and businesses pay the tariffs that the Trump administration has imposed on billions of dollars of Chinese goods.

AP Fact Check: Trump's Trade Theories Don't Hold Water

AP Fact Check: Trump's Trade Theories Don't Hold Water

By Calvin Woodward and Hope Yen | May 13
President Donald Trump cast a fog of misinformation over the U.S. trade dispute with China, floating inaccurate numbers and skewed economic theories as big tariffs kicked in on Chinese goods.

Violence, Poverty Reign in Honduran City Where Caravans Form

Violence, Poverty Reign in Honduran City Where Caravans Form

By Sona Perez | May 13
Honduras' second biggest city is where caravan after caravan of migrants have formed in recent months to head north to Mexico and on toward the United States, fleeing violence, poverty, corruption and chaos.

Washington to Offer First 'Public Option' Insurance in U.S.

Washington to Offer First 'Public Option' Insurance in U.S.

By Tom James | May 12
Washington is set to become the first state to enter the private health insurance market with a universally available public option.

Sentenced for Scams, Fake Heiress Not Sorry 'for Anything'

Sentenced for Scams, Fake Heiress Not Sorry 'for Anything'

May 11
A German con artist who was sentenced to four to 12 years in prison for swindling banks, hotels and wealthy New Yorkers says she's not sorry for anything she did.

Cuba Launches Widespread Rationing in Face of Crisis

Cuba Launches Widespread Rationing in Face of Crisis

By Michael Wasserstein and Andrea Rodriguez | May 11
The Cuban government announced Friday that it is launching widespread rationing of chicken, eggs, rice, beans, soap and other basic products in the face of a grave economic crisis.

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