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For married men, having a job can influence whether they get divorced. Men who are not employed increases the chances that their wives will initiate divorce, and are also more likely to initiate divorce themselves, a new study shows.
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Increase in giving demonstrates that practice is a 'central part of the American fabric.'
A new study finds when the income gap in America grows, people become less trusting and more unhappy.
Gail Vaz-Oxlade's straightforward approach to finances is helping her gain popularity in the United States.
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Many poor minority parents buy bottled water because of unfounded beliefs that it's safer, cleaner, better-tasting and more convenient than tap water.
To get the most out of sites like Groupon and other deal sites, follow these 10 rules so you won't waste your money or have a disappointing experience.
The costs for cancer care topped $124 billion in 2010 in the United States.
MNN readers weigh in: Should kids receive an allowance?
Disasters and low retail sales and industrial output also keep the economy soft.
The super-wealthy follow brands because they love them, according to an Affluence Collaborative survey.