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  • Tourists walk in front of the Supreme Court in Washington March 9, 2015.  REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

    Courts Say Employers Need to Lower 401(k) Fees

    By Ellen Chang, MainStreet

    Employees have been fighting back against high 401(k) fees , and recent lawsuits have proven that the courts are siding with them. The 401(k) industry lags behind the growth of cheaper mutual funds...

  • This Hacker Wants to Save the U.S. Airline Industry

    By Eamon Javers, CNBC

    Chris Roberts says he didn't mean any harm. The security researcher was detained by the FBI last week after he tweeted—while on an airplane—about airline vulnerabilities to cyber attacks. Roberts...

  • Super PACs: Dems’ Single Donors Outspent the GOP’s by 400 Percent

    By Robert Faturechi and Jonathan Stray, ProPublica

    The wealthiest Americans can fly on their own jets, live in gated compounds and watch movies in their own theaters. More of them also are walling off their political contributions from other big and...

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    Why an Executive Condo Could Be in Your Future

    By Ansuya Harjani, CNBC

    What will the next generation of urban housing look like? Think ultra-connected, convenient and sustainable. Lake Life, an executive condominium under development in Singapore, provides a glimpse...

  • Attending a Wedding This Year? You’ll Pay $673 on Average

    By Kelli B. Grant, CNBC

    You don't need to be the one getting married to say "I do" to substantial wedding bills. The average wedding guest will spend $673 per wedding this year, according to new data from American Express...

  • 3D-Printed Guns Are Big. They’re Getting Bigger.

    By Michelle Fox, CNBC

    Gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson is up almost 60 percent so far this year, but one strategist thinks long term it could go the way of Blockbuster thanks to 3-D printing. "I feel like in the future...

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    20 Craziest Job Interview Questions

    By Maureen Mackey, The Fiscal Times

    If you head into a job interview thinking you’re fully prepared for the most routine questions asked by a hiring manager or HR professional – think again. You might be thrown a curve like one of...

  • Kraft macaroni and cheese products are seen on the shelf at a grocery store in Washington, May 3, 2012.  REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

    Mac & Cheese with Ketchup? Kraft and Heinz to Merge

    By Sruthi Ramakrishnan, Reuters

    Kraft Foods Group Inc ( KRFT.O ), the maker of Velveeta cheese and Oscar Mayer meats, will merge with ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co, owned by 3G Capital and Berkshire Hathaway Inc ( BRKa.N ), to form...

  • How U.S. Drones Can Find and Demolish ISIS

    By Arthur Herman and William Luti, Defense One

    As Defense Secretary Ashton Carter settles into office , a formidable challenge awaits him: eradicating the menace of the Islamic State, or ISIS, in Syria and Iraq. In his Senate confirmation hearing...

  • Why the CIA Threw Out the Rule Book on Torture

    By Tim Weiner, Reuters

    When the United States was attacked on 9/11, every member of the Central Intelligence Agency’s clandestine services had a rule book on the conduct of interrogations. It was clear and concise. It...

  • Want a Great Financial Advisor? Ask 10 Key Questions

    By Ron Carson, CNBC

    Americans spend more time shopping for a car than they do looking for a financial advisor. Finding a great car is important—you know what you want, what you're willing to pay, and you ask important...

  • Would You Sell Some Personal Info for a Cookie?

    By Lois Beckett, ProPublica

    In a highly unscientific but delicious experiment last weekend, 380 New Yorkers gave up sensitive personal information — from fingerprints to partial Social Security numbers — for a cookie. "It is...

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    Ebola Case in U.S. Is Confirmed by CDC

    By Michele Gershberg, Reuters

    Health officials in the U.S. said on Tuesday the first patient infected with the deadly Ebola virus had been diagnosed in the country. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed...

  • Snowden and NSA: A Boon to the Privacy Business

    By Brianna Ehley, The Fiscal Times

    It’s been a little over a year since former defense contractor Edward Snowden exposed the NSA’s sweeping surveillance program – with the latest revelations confirming that the federal government has...

  • Millennials Embrace Alternative Medicine, a $32 Billion Business

    By David Koeppel, The Fiscal Times

    Many in their 20s and 30s are embracing alternative medicine, which includes everything from massage, meditation, acupuncture and yoga to herbal, nutritional and plant-based supplements and...

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