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Shoppers from 35 states looked for the best possible prices when shopping for items from a set menu, which has remained unchanged since 1986 in an effort to gauge price trends.
A little more than 15 percent of the country lives at or below the poverty level, which begins at an annual income $22,314 for a family of four.
A charitable donation as a gift is thoughtful, easy, beneficial and — perhaps best of all — tax-deductible. Here is a sampling of environmental-minded charities that get high marks.
A look at what MNN readers have planned for Buy Nothing Day.
If you're stressed about your holiday spending or concerned about overconsumption then Buy Nothing Day is for you.
Some 152 million shoppers say they will hit stores on Nov. 25, the day after Thanksgiving, up 10.1 percent from 138 million people last year.
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The 'Story of Stuff' creator takes aim at how our government spends our tax dollars.
A supplemental report from the Census Bureau reveals that there are more than 49 million Americans living in poverty.
The biggest increase occurred among people aged 65 and older who are being driven into poverty by out-of-pocket medical expenses.
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