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The filthy mistake you’re likely making in the kitchen – and its simple $14 solution
Wood, bamboo or plastic? We show you t he best cutting board for your money.
One Tony award made history – but it also exposes a persistent problem
Ali Stroker said her award was for ‘every kid who is watching tonight who has a disability.’
This simple money advice may be the key to weathering a financial shock
How one couple survived one of them getting fired.
How AI is catching people who cheat on their diets, job searches and school work
Don’t try to fake out big data on the game of life.
Waking up early can make you healthier and wealthier – here are 4 life hacks to reset your body clock in 3 weeks
Early risers tend to be healthier, make more money and have more sex, research suggests
Bernie Sanders says he’ll cancel ‘massive’ amounts of student debt and ‘go further’ than Elizabeth Warren – but offers no specifics
The Democratic presidential candidate was asked how his plan compares to Warren’s on CNN.
Starbucks is testing reusable cups in London
More than half of consumers say they’re willing to pay more for products from brands that follow eco-friendly practices.
Amazon’s newest credit card could be a double-edged sword for people with bad credit
Amazon’s Credit Builder card has perks that could be pitfalls for some consumers.
Are handwritten wills valid? Here’s what you can learn from Aretha Franklin
Will the Queen of Soul’s handwritten wills get any r-e-s-p-e-c-t?
Could this CPR dummy with breasts save more women’s lives?
Women are 27% less likely than men to get CPR in public because people are too scared to touch their chest.
Elsewhere on MarketWatch
Trump Today: President predicts tariffs will spur China trade deal as he slams Fed
President Donald Trump on Monday predicted tariffs would spur a trade deal between the U.S. and China, as he said he was “a little concerned” about the merger agreement between Raytheon and United Technologies and criticized the Federal Reserve anew.
U.S. hiring trends and job openings are still strong, fresh reports on labor market show
Has the U.S. labor market really taken a big turn for the worse? A new pair of employment reports suggest the answer is no.
The next time the economy tanks, the Fed should give people, not banks, free money
The Federal Reserve is reviewing its strategies and tools.
U.S. inflation expectations decline to lowest level since late 2017
Inflation expectations have fallen to the lowest readings since late 2017, the New York Fed said Monday.
Bryan Cranston slams Trump’s ‘demagoguery’ at the Tony Awards
The acto r hit back against the president’s past fake news claims, saying ‘the media is not the enemy of the people’ .