Last year, half of American workers made less than $27,519, about what they made in 1998. Meanwhile, the number of workers making at least $5 million grew nearly 27 percent.
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DNA testing showed that many herbal supplements don’t contain even a hint of the herbs they claim to.
Data show that households in several European countries divide housework up more fairly than those in the U.S. do.
The airline may end up charging more or less for bags depending on how full the flight is. It hasn’t made a decision, or said how much rates could vary.
Amazon organizes getting a bunch of free stuff for its top reviewers in exchange for their opinions about products. Does that affect how you look at the site’s reviews?
The company is testing technology that could literally monitor and record your every move on its website. And at least one other company already does.
Not all rewards programs have worthwhile perks. Here are a few Consumer Reports considers good. Which ones do you think are worth it?