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The Best Jobs in America in 2018—and Where to Find Them

Companies have increased hiring over the past year, but the job market in these cities is better than others.

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Millions of Americans Receive a Boost to Their Credit Scores

A change in how credit scores are calculated gave 8 million Americans an 11-point increase, on average.

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Aldi’s $5 Billion Expansion Means More Stores and More Organic Foods

700 new stores and an emphasis on fresh, organic foods are on the horizon for cost-conscious shoppers.

The TSA hopes 3D Scanners will cut down how long you wait in line.

TSA Tests 3D Scanners for Carry-On Bags at 15 Major Airports

Is a shorter line coming to an airport near you?

This baby's diaper may get a little more expensive.

How Parents Can Save in the Face of Disposable Diaper Price Hikes

The price of Pampers may be going up, but there are still ways to save on disposable diapers.

American Express to Explore More Financing Options

American Express Partners with GreenSky for Alternative Payments and Financing

A newly announced partnership with GreenSky means American Express can now offer financing at the register.

Facebook Wants Financial Information From Its Users

Facebook Seeking Financial Information On Its Users

The social media giant is requesting financial information about customers from several major banks.

Credit cards could soon be tougher to get.

Banks Tighten Standards for Credit Card Lending

A Fed survey reveals it may be harder to get a credit card—especially for millennials.

Discover Slashing Benefits

Discover Eliminates Price Protection

Discover's cardholders see another card benefit get slashed just a few months after losing numerous other benefits.

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Homeowners Are Losing Insurance Coverage After California Wildfires

Here's what to do if you've lost your coverage because your property’s been deemed too “risky.”

Seattle is one of the red-hot housing markets that is cooling down.

Is the Housing Market Slowdown A Signal You Should Buy?

A new report shows a ray of hope in some of the most desirable but once-unaffordable cities.