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'Upside Down' Car Deals Turn Finances Inside Out

'Upside Down' Car Deals

To this day, I'm amazed at how my...
Lindell Is "That Kid" Yelling On The Sidelines

Yelling On The Sidelines

The beginning of Spring sports means new reminders for adult spectators to be gentle with young athletes. Signs posted at Little League fields outline parent "do's" and......
A Money Intervention

A Money Intervention

I vividly recall the 1978 television documentary "Scared Straight," about inmates serving anywhere from 25 years to life trying to scare juvenile delinquents......
Why Newspapers Won't Die

Why Newspapers Won't Die

When I teach journalism, I begin by asking the students three questions: 1) How many of you want ...

You have thoughts about what the military is "like." All of us do. Yes, even those of us who are affiliated with the military. Even those of us who have been with it, in one way or another, for more than 36 years.

This week, I came to understand the many employees who've experienced dread when their companies are sold. The Washington Post is being taken over by Amazon.com founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos.

A television reporter who was fired for some things she posted on her personal blog could have used advice from Robert L. Deitz.

The health of our economy relies on people finding and keeping jobs. If there are electronic-record systems that are preventing qualified people from getting hired or staying employed, they need to be fixed.

From the cradle to college, there are a lot of financial issues that people need help with when it comes to their children or grandchildren.

I hadn't flown in a commercial airplane for 17 years. Yes, even though both my husband, Dustin, and my dad are Navy pilots. After 9/11, I honestly thought I'd never would fly again.

Although a municipality filing for bankruptcy protection is rare, you still ought to be paying attention to what happens to bondholders in the case of Detroit.

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