- Student Loan Debt Is Keeping Adult Kids From Leaving the Nest
- The Crime Americans Worry About Most Is the Hacking a Credit Card
- 64 Countries Have a Smaller Gender Pay Gap Than the US, Study Says
- Does Money Lingo Make Your Head Spin? Here’s What It Really Means
- Budget from 1987 Tells the Tale: Americans Are Severely Underpaid
- Trick-or-Treaters Want Cash, Not Treats
- Fast-Food Workers (McDonald’s Included) Earn $20 an Hour in Denmark
- Delinquent Doctors Publicly Outed for Unpaid Student Loans
Getting paid can kill you. MSNBC says a researcher “studied four major demographic groups – seniors on Social Security, military personnel, families receiving tax rebate checks and recipients of Alaska’s Permanent Fund dividends – and found that mortality rates significantly increased the week after checks showed up in their mailboxes.”
The priciest place to get a college diploma is somewhere you likely never heard of. “Maine’s Bates College is the most expensive private, nonprofit college in the U.S., with its $51,300 price tag in 2009-2010,” Bloomberg reports. That includes tuition, fees, room, and food. Most expensive Ivy League school? Columbia.
For eco-friendly drivers who want to pimp their rides, Toyota has you covered. “It’s a bundle of appearance and handling parts – not powertrain upgrades,” USA Today reports. “The package will not be cheap: $3,699 for Prius Two, Three, and Four models and $2,999 for the Prius Five.”
McDonald’s may have served billions, but every customer’s happy about it. “A new consumer survey has crowned In-N-Out Burger as the nation’s fast food favorite,” CNN reports, “while giving low marks to iconic chains such as McDonald’s, Burger King and KFC.”
This isn’t funny, it’s sad: “Incarcerated black males at every age experience death rates that are lower than for black males outside of prison,” the Grio reports. One reason could be that prison offers better health care than the poor can get otherwise.