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Money and Kids

When you need a cellphone to apply for a job and you need a job to afford a cellphone, qualified candidates lacking tech can fall unfairly behind.
No actual tax hikes are on the table right now, despite lots of chatter.
Here's what to expect from House Democrats' lawsuit seeking the president's financial information.
Tickets originating in France will carry a new fee between $1.70 and $20, which will help fund eco-friendly infrastructure like train networks.
In this secret corner of the internet, credit card numbers are sold for $100 apiece.
New York has a new law giving congressional tax committees access to state tax returns. They have to want it, though.
It's unclear when, or if, the required congressional committees will request the documents.
An employee made the request because a customer had complained about their presence.
Chubb becomes first major U.S. insurance company to restrict coverage for coal, citing the threat of climate change.
Congressional Democrats are asking a federal judge to enforce their subpoena for Trump's taxes.
From free notarization to low-cost currency exchange, your bank can save you time and money.
The CROWN Act would outlaw policies that punish black employees and K-12 students for wearing their natural hair and protective styles.
Legal experts weigh in on dress codes and "free-range breasts."
Jenner later denied the accusation on Twitter, and A-Rod went back on his comments.
The New Republic seeks an editor to "rais[e] hell" about inequality — in a 29.5 hour "part-time," non-union, no-benefits position.
The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful says "the best way to honor our veterans’ service is to cancel the blank check for endless war."
Some Las Vegas casino magnates are asking Congress to fix an apparent flub in the tax law. Lawmakers are telling them to bargain with their workers first.
The tech giant is entering the cryptocurrency space, but don't expect Libra to be another Bitcoin.
A proposal from Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.) would upgrade the Earned Income Tax Credit. The odds against it remain high.