Money and Kids

"For years," the senator said, Wall Street investors have "treated the stock market like their own personal casino while everyone else pays the price."
If Democrats want to slash child poverty, they may have to do it themselves.
The video game retailer's stock surged as high as $380 Wednesday morning, after sitting below $18 just a few weeks ago.
Credit Karma started trending on Twitter when users realized their free credit scores aren't what lenders actually see.
Knowing where you stand financially can greatly improve your overall well-being.
The review found Black was not involved in any way with Epstein’s criminal activities, but he did pay Epstein bona fide fees for advice on tax and estate planning, and other related services.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that the new administration will take steps to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 dollar bill.
Last-minute changes to tax laws in 2020 mean the IRS needs more time to prepare.
The new president is expected to sign an executive order Thursday directing OSHA to better combat the spread of coronavirus at work.