People are spending thousands on puppy concierge services to find the perfect dog and 1 in 4 cancer survivors is going broke fighting to stay alive

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1 in 4 cancer survivors is going broke fighting to stay alive

And millennial cancer survivors are at higher risk for debt and work-related physical and mental impairment after their treatment.

People are spending thousands on puppy concierge services to find the perfect dog

The American Kennel Club just launched a service to pair people with dog breeders and animal rescues.

Domestic violence shelters challenge law allowing guns in shelter parking lots

A provision of the law says shelter employees cannot ask about the presence or absence of a gun in the locked car.

Chase is bringing forced arbitration clauses back to its most popular credit cards

Sapphire, United MileagePlus and Slate cards will bar customers from pursuing legal action against the company in courts.

Americans overwhelmingly support Roe v. Wade, but still favor abortion restrictions

The U.S. abortion debate isn’t as cut and dry as it seems, a new poll suggests.

Why Sephora’s hour-long diversity training may have been a waste of time

American companies spend up to $8 billion a year on diversity and inclusive trainings – but do they work?

Nike becomes latest retailer to add plus-size mannequins

With a $20-billion plus-size market, Nike wants to highlight the ‘full range of athlete figures.’

There may be a dark side to Summer Fridays

More than half of organizations will let employees leave early or take the day off on Fridays this summer, a new survey shows.

One-third of Americans say they need a side gig to pay expenses

Side hustlers make $1,122 per month on average from their part-time work – up from $686 last year, according to Bankrate.

The clever $15 tool that gardening pros say is a must for your home garden

Gardening slashes your risk of dying early by 18% – and these products make it easier on your body.

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U.S. adds just 75,000 jobs in May and wage growth slows in warning sign for economy

The unemployment rate, meanwhile, remains at a 49-year low of 3.6%.

Consumer credit accelerates in April to a five-month high

Consumer borrowing accelerated in April, rising by $17.5 billion, after a revised $11 billion gain in March, the Federal Reserve said Friday.

Trump Today: President sees ‘good chance’ for Mexico deal as he urges NASA to skip going back to moon

President Donald Trump said there was a “good chance” of a deal with Mexico over migration as he flew back from Europe on Friday, just days ahead of tariffs taking effect on Mexican products.

Here’s another bad sign in the jobs report

It’s bad enough that the U.S. added 75,000 jobs in May. Drilling down further into the report, there’s another worrisome feature.

The rise of a few ‘superstar cities’ hobbles the job and housing markets

Long-standing trends in the American economy are now self-reinforcing and worsening income inequality, while making job markets less mobile and housing markets more sharply divided between haves and have-nots.