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Trump Tweets Into the Void As Shutdown Sets Record

Trump Tweets Into the Void As Shutdown Sets Record

By Jonathan Lemire, Lisa Mascaro, Jill Colvin, and Darlene Supervile | Jan 13
President Donald Trump is edging closer to declaring a national emergency to fund his long-promised border wall, as pressure mounts to find an escape hatch from the three-week impasse that has closed parts of the government.

How You (and Your Finances) Can Survive the Federal Shutdown

How You (and Your Finances) Can Survive the Federal Shutdown

By Sarah Skidmore Sell | Jan 12
There's no end in sight to the partial federal shutdown and, more distressing to federal workers, no paycheck in sight either. It's a burden that few American households can bear without strain. Some experts weigh in with tips on how to cope.

The Shutdown Today: Shutdown Officially Becomes Longest Ever

The Shutdown Today: Shutdown Officially Becomes Longest Ever

Jan 12
Here's what's up with the partial government shutdown on Day 22.

Federal Workers Get $0 Pay Stubs as Shutdown Drags On

Federal Workers Get $0 Pay Stubs as Shutdown Drags On

By Brady McCombs and Michelle Smith | Jan 12
Federal employees received pay stubs with nothing but zeros on them Friday as the effects of the government shutdown hit home, deepening anxieties about mortgage payments and unpaid bills.

Q&A: How the Government Shutdown Might End

Q&A: How the Government Shutdown Might End

By Alan Fram | Jan 11
Somehow, some day, the nasty deadlock between President Donald Trump and congressional Democrats that's shuttered federal agencies for a record-tying 21 days will end. The only real questions are when, how and who will be crowned the winner?

How's the U.S. Economy Doing? Shutdown Makes It Harder to Say

How's the U.S. Economy Doing? Shutdown Makes It Harder to Say

By Christopher Rugaber | Jan 11
The partial shutdown of the U.S. government has begun to make it harder to assess the health of the economy by delaying or distorting key reports on growth, spending and hiring.

Au Pairs Win $65.5 Million Settlement in Denver Lawsuit

Au Pairs Win $65.5 Million Settlement in Denver Lawsuit

By Colleen Slevin | Jan 11
Young people from around the world who provided low-cost child care for American families will share in a proposed $65.5 million settlement of a lawsuit brought by a dozen former au pairs.

Millennial Money: How to Buy Happiness

Millennial Money: How to Buy Happiness

By Gregory Karp | Jan 11
If you have a few extra bucks that you don't need for necessities like rent or loan payments, consider shopping for happiness.

Federal Workers Seek Loans, Second Jobs as Shutdown Lingers

Federal Workers Seek Loans, Second Jobs as Shutdown Lingers

By Brady McCombs and Juliet Linderman | Jan 11
They are scaling back spending, canceling trips, applying for unemployment benefits and taking out loans to stay afloat, with no end in sight for a partial shutdown that enters its 21st day Friday.

5 Ways You Can Improve Your Chances of Getting Your Loan Approved

5 Ways You Can Improve Your Chances of Getting Your Loan Approved

Jan 11
For many people, including those with a solid financial stand, loans are inevitable. However, it is not always certain that your loan application will get approved; here are 5 ways you can improve your chances of getting your loan approved.

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