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  • For Voters Sick of Money in Politics, a New Pitch: No PAC Money Accepted

    A flurry of Democratic candidates are refusing to take contributions from groups sponsored by corporations, unions or even other politicians, relying instead on individual donors. And voters are responding.
  • 12 ways to save your marriage from the brink of divorce, according to marriage counselors

    fizkes/Shutterstock If your marriage is on the verge of divorce, there are several ways you can still give it another shot. Marriage counselors, psychotherapists, authors, and consultants offer their advice for couples having relationship trouble.  Visualization, writing lists, and reflecting on the reasons you're with your partner can all help improve communication and repair the relationship. "The important thing for couples to remember," says counselor Patrick Di Vietri, "is that both...

    Business Insider
  • He Knows From Problems

    You think you have problems? Let Kaylib tell you about some of his.

    New Haven Independent
  • The money trail

    If the United States government has to wait for the conclusion of judicial proceedings in the Philippines against Janet Lim-Napoles, the accused mastermind of the pork barrel scam is assured of never facing prosecution in US soil.
  • Does Omarosa have a credibility problem?

    Former reality show contestant turned White House aide Omarosa has released secret tapes of the president and Chief of Staff John Kelly. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by New York Times Op-Ed columnist Bret Stephens and Politics Editor of, Jason Johnson to discuss whether or not Omarosa’s word can be trusted and if her statements will affect Trump voters.
  • Are we to blame for the Infowars problem?

    The behemoths of the internet have shunned Alex Jones, the worm-tongued, often shirtless conspiracy theorist and paranoia monger who hosts a show called “Infowars.” The debate over this cartel-like decision is much larger than Jones now, and it's taking place mostly on the right. While I have no...
  • How to stress-test your money

    Will your wallet survive?
  • DC Again Misidentifies a Problem

    In the great Aaron Sorkin based-upon-real-life movie “Charlie Wilson’s War” there is a brief yet very apt exchange between Texas Representative Charlie Wilson and CIA agent Gust Avrakotos: Wilson: “No, I don’t understand…because I’m stupid.” Avrakotos: “No, you’re not stupid – you’re just in Congress.” In the area of pharmaceuticals and their national and international markets – Georgia Republican Congressman Buddy Carter perfectly fits the | Read More

  • Money Never Sleeps

    Hosted by Charlie Sykes

    The Weekly Standard
  • The Election that Creates the Most Problems

    With today's election systems, Americans are expected to just accept what the authorities tell them about who won an election. No real proof is ever brought forth.
  • Fortnite: 99 Problems

    I had to have this Fortnite tee-shirt. They keep finding ways to get me paying for this free game. Fortnite 99 Problems T-Shirt via Amazon

    Boing Boing
  • The Democrats and their socialism problem

    The Democrats have some problems. OK, they have a lot of problems, but let's throw this new one into the mix — 'cuz it's a doozy. "An overwhelming majority of respondents, 76 percent, said they would not vote for a 'socialist' political candidate, while only 24 percent of those polled ...
  • Parking problems at Point Lobos

    A horrendous parking problem is becoming a public safety issue along Highway 1.

  • No signings, no problem for Spurs at Newcastle

    Tottenham Hotspur dismissed all the prematch talk of their lack of summer signings with a season-opening win at Newcastle.
  • 'Bait trucks' and the trust problem

    Trust is hard to come by for police on Chicago’s South and West sides. That’s been a familiar refrain as the city reels from a weekend of staggering violence — 74 people shot, 12 of them fatally. Mayor Rahm Emanuel and police Superintendent Eddie Johnson have pleaded with neighbors to come forward...
  • Facebook’s Problem With Veterans

    Its algorithm treats our nonpolitical site as ‘political content.’

  • This Is Why I Wrote The Money Diaries Book

    Four years ago this summer, I wrote a story about how my husband, Ken, and I saved $100,000 to buy an apartment in New York City. In it, I shared intimate anecdotes from my relationship, including Ken's penchant for peanut butter sandwiches (no jelly, that was deemed "an unnecessary expense") and how we never, ever go to brunch (still don't). I put the reality (and details) of my spending and saving habits out in the open. Little did I know when I published that article that I was tapping into a...

  • A Growing Problem for Seniors: Bankruptcy

    on new research that suggests a growing problem for seniors: “The rate of people 65 and older filing for bankruptcy is three times what it was in 1991, the study found, and the same group accounts for a far greater share of all filers,” writes Tara Siegel Bernard. “Driving the surge, the study suggests, is a three-decade shift of financial risk from government and employers to individuals, who are bearing an ever-greater responsibility for their own financial well-being as the social safety net...

    The Fiscal Times