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The 'King of Autonomous Driving' Stocks Still Looks Bullish

Despite the recent market volatility, Nvidia's price trajectory remains unchanged.
Your Money Shouldn't Have to Support the Harvey Weinsteins of the World

Every month seems to bring a new company into the crosshairs of sexual harassment and discrimination. Your money doesn't need to be involved. How to take a moral stance by moving your money.
McKesson Lawsuit Puts Drug Distributors Back Into Harsh Public Spotlight

McKesson and other drug distributors are having a difficult time steering clear of controversy, with the latest blow a lawsuit alleging McKesson has violated the False Claims Act.
Witness: Cosby Accuser Wanted to 'Get That Money'

The chief accuser at Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial talked about framing a celebrity before going to police with her allegations in 2005, a key defense witness testified Wednesday as the TV star's lawyers began setting out their case. Marguerite Jackson, an academic adviser at Temple University, said Andrea Constand...
Javier Bardem 'Very Shocked' at How Woody Allen Is Treated

If Woody Allen were to throw a dinner party, he could probably count on invites being accepted by Diane Keaton , Alec Baldwin , and now, Javier Bardem. In a new interview in Paris Match , the Spanish actor says he's "very shocked at this sudden treatment" of Allen, who's now widely seen...
Ruining the CFPB Would Put Our Money at Risk

Washington is battling over who runs the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. So here's a look at what this relatively young agency does for your money. Without it, we'd suffer huge vulnerabilities.
10 Effects of Inflation You Need to Know About

As the Federal Reserve considers raising its interest rates inflation is once again a concern. Here are 10 things you should know about how it works.
Tax Reform: 5 Things You Must Know This Week

As tax reform debates continue in Washington, here are five issues that have come up in the past week alone.
7 steps to taking advantage of a VA loan

Veterans Affairs mortgage loans are making a comeback after being out of favor for several years.
Myanmar police 'set up' Reuters reporters in sting-police witness

By Shoon Naing and Antoni Slodkowski YANGON (Reuters) - A Myanmar police chief ordered officers to "trap" a Reuters reporter arrested in December, telling them to meet the journalist at a restaurant
Net worth of the multitalented Amber Rose

The multitalented Rose has had cameos in many reality TV shows and music videos.
Judge sees 'gaping holes' in Trump lawyer bid to delay Stormy Daniels lawsuit

By Dana Feldman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday signaled possible shortcomings in a request by Donald Trump's personal lawyer to delay adult-film actress Stormy Daniels' lawsuit
North Korea says will stop nuclear tests, scrap test site

By Soyoung Kim and Cynthia Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea will immediately suspend nuclear and missile tests and scrap its nuclear test site and instead pursue economic growth and peace, the
Is it a good idea to take out a loan to invest?

It is inadvisable for an investor to invest using a loan through a risky investment avenue like the stock or derivatives market. Find out why it isn't a good idea to take out a loan to invest.
The 5 Best Energy Stocks for 2018

These energy stocks either remained profitable while oil plunged, or they acquired important assets.
Rachel Weisz Reveals Her New Happy 'Mystery'

The New York Times isn't overstating things with one of its Friday headlines: "Rachel Weisz Has a Big Surprise." The 48-year-old actress tells the paper she and husband Daniel Craig, 50, are expecting their first child together, a revelation made when Weisz pulled up her sweater to show Maureen Dowd...
The Multiple Strategies Of Hedge Funds

Current and potential hedge fund investors need to understand how much risk hedge funds take on in order to make money.
On Columbine Anniversary, a Walkout, a Shooting

A day already painful for gun control activists became even more so Friday when the 19th anniversary of the Columbine school massacre coincided with a shooting at a high school in Florida. One student at Ocala's Forest High School suffered a non-life-threatening injury; the suspected shooter, identified as a male...
Do batteries from dead hybrid cars pose a threat?

A battery in a used-up hybrid car can have enough power for a second life.
6 tips for the best home remodeling project

Home renovation isn't as easy as it looks on TV. Here's how to avoid overspending.
Is it a good idea to have a joint bank account?

These popular accounts have pitfalls that many couples don't consider.
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New York Times reporter Amy Chozick has a new book on Hillary Clinton and the 2016 election, and one anecdote in particular from it was getting attention on Friday. It's from election night, when Chozick writes in Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns, and One Intact Glass Ceiling that... More >
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When one of Germany's most advanced U-boats vanished the day after Nazi forces surrendered in parts of Europe, some speculated that it had carried leaders, maybe even Adolf Hitler, to safety in Argentina, reports CBS News . The conspiracy theory, repeated after World War II, is now officially debunked, according to... More >
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