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Home prices are being slashed in these 10 cities as real-estate market cools
Home sellers slashed prices in June in areas that were red-hot earlier in the pandemic, according to Realtor.com. Read More
You just won the Mega Millions $1 billion jackpot — what should you do next?
The 5 things to do if you win the lottery, like the current Mega Millions jackpot, according to a sudden wealth adviser Read More
Casino Magnate Steve Wynn Goes 2 for 3 in Luxury Mansion Sales
Billionaire casino developer Steve Wynn had three of his posh mansions on the market at the same time. Read More
‘It will be mostly a white-collar recession’: Milken economist William Lee on how the next economic downturn will be different
Lower-skilled workers in jobs that have experienced a labor shortage will likely have an extra layer of protection if the economy slows down. Read More
Where the Mega Millions $1 billion jackpot ranks in the 10 biggest lottery prizes of all time
The biggest prize — $1.586 billion — was split by three Powerball winners in 2016. Read More
The 2023 Kia Stinger dials up sporty style and driving dynamics that almost rival its German competition
The Stinger pushes the boundaries of what to expect from Kia. Read More
Does it take two to buy a car? The right friend can help, but the wrong one can cost you money.
Here are five questions a tagalong friend should be able to answer correctly before you get to the dealership. Read More
That birthday money has more value than you think: 4 ways to help your kids learn to save
Turn your kid’s birthday money or first paycheck into an opportunity to teach them to start saving, and how to spend wisely. Read More
‘I came into the marriage with a lot more money’: Is it ethical to distribute cash from my pre-marital investment accounts to my kids — without telling my second wife?
‘If I do this, my current wife will be very upset, even though this honors our agreement.’ Read More
‘John Dillinger lives!’ Serial bank robber stuck up 10 banks just months after being released from a 20-year stint for robbing banks
Todd Cannady, 61, is now headed back to prison for another 20 years. He ‘took great joy in his crimes,’ prosecutors say. Read More