Author: Kari Huus
Kari Huus on August 8, 2019
If you’re a homeowner you may be able to get a competitive loan for as much as $150,000 in just days.
Kari Huus on July 22, 2019
Here’s what to consider before you join the “nip and tuck” nation.
Kari Huus on October 10, 2018
The cost of health insurance through state and federal marketplaces was all over the map in 2018 — with premiums soaring in some states and sinking in others. Where does your state stand?
Kari Huus on August 9, 2018
You don’t need to be bookish to make these libraries worth a visit. Among them are architectural masterpieces, places steeped in history or charm, and others that have an amazing wealth of books.
Kari Huus on February 10, 2018
From modest beginnings, the Olympics have grown into extravaganzas costing billions. Here’s what it has cost 27 cities to host the games.
Kari Huus on September 8, 2017
Criminals accessed sensitive personal data for as many as 143 million U.S. consumers — that’s close to half the population.
Kari Huus on January 3, 2017
We look back at what Wall Street and man on the street had to say to find out who got it right.
Kari Huus on August 26, 2016
This little trick addresses that untidy build-up of plastic bags so they can be easily stored, reused or recycled.
Kari Huus on August 19, 2016
As robots become more sophisticated and take over a greater range of tasks, it’s hard to know whether to celebrate the progress or fear the consequences. Here’s what some of the scholars are saying.
Kari Huus on August 1, 2016
What would it take to “go dark” like characters in the popular TV series? A lot more technical know-how than most of us possess, and some old-fashioned skills.
Kari Huus on July 21, 2016
Here’s a cheap and simple solution for that nasty gunk that collects at the bottom of the barrel.
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