The Wall Street Journal: Women return to U.S. workforce as economy strengthens

A long-running decline in women’s participation in the workforce appears to be reversing.

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Retire early? You need ‘at least $5 million,’ according to Suze Orman

Suze Orman just threw water all over the FIRE movement that’s been spreading across the internet.

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One political party is getting more love from Amazon workers than ever before

Workers at the online retailer are donating record amounts to politicians.

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The Wall Street Journal: Saudi Arabia says journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed after dispute at consulate

Saudi Arabia’s government early Saturday acknowledged for the first time that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside its consulate in Istanbul, dying after an altercation.

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The Margin: ‘Black Monday’ trailer: Watch Don Cheadle navigate worst crash in stock-market history

On the 31st anniversary of Wall Street’s worst day in history, Showtime has unveiled the official trailer for a comedy series offering a new twist on the events surrounding Oct. 19, 1987, or “Black Monday.”

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The Moneyist: My 94-year-old mother-in-law racked up $68,000 in debt—or someone did it for her

This concerned relative believes someone else is spending her money.

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The Moneyologist: Should I spend my daughter’s $100,000 trust fund on private schools and summer camps?

This mother wants to give her child the advantages in life she never had.

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In One Chart: Wages for the 1% just reached their highest level ever

Salaries for the top 1% grew nearly four times the rate of those in the bottom 90% of earners.

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The best thing that ever happens to you? Not winning the $1 billion lottery jackpot—here’s why

The MegaMillions lottery on Friday will be the second-largest in U.S. history.

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