Top 15 Cities for a Fun Halloween on the Cheap
Top 15 Cities for a Fun Halloween on the Cheap

Trick-or-treaters and partiers looking for the ultimate Halloween should consider visiting one of a handful of states.

There Might Be Human DNA in Your Hot Dog
There Might Be Human DNA in Your Hot Dog

October is National Sausage Month, and a company called Clear Labs has made some disturbing findings in a report on the contents of hot dogs.

The 10 Most Generous Billionaires in the World
The 10 Most Generous Billionaires in the World

Some of the world’s wealthiest people also rank among the world’s most generous. Find out who made the list.

If the CIA Director Is Hacked, Is Anyone Safe?
If the CIA Director Is Hacked, Is Anyone Safe?

This case is a reminder of critical security lessons that anyone can follow, and anyone can forget.

IRS Rules to Allow Joint-Filing by Same-Sex Married Couples
IRS Rules to Allow Joint-Filing by Same-Sex Married Couples

The IRS is officially recognizing same-sex marriages with new rules that treat all married couples, regardless of sex, equally.

Credit Card Users Suffer Fatigue From the Rewards Game
Credit Card Users Suffer Fatigue From the Rewards Game

So-called ‘affinity cards’ that rack up the miles or other spending perks with specific brands are losing their allure. And this columnist says it’s high time.

Bet You Can’t Guess America’s 2nd Favorite Sneaker Brand
Bet You Can’t Guess America’s 2nd Favorite Sneaker Brand

Nike still reigns, but after that there’s a dark horse surging past all the other athletic shoe brands.

6 Ways to Ensure Enough Money for Retirement
6 Ways to Ensure Enough Money for Retirement

Following these six steps can help ensure that your money lasts as long as you do after you stop working.

In What City Can a ‘Shack’ Fetch $400,000?
In What City Can a ‘Shack’ Fetch $400,000?

A 765-square-foot home that is more than 100 years old and sells for $408,000? It is a reality in this city.

11 States Where Police Sell Confiscated Guns to Citizens
11 States Where Police Sell Confiscated Guns to Citizens

A growing number of state laws encourage or require police departments to sell the firearms that officers confiscate, putting the weapons back on the streets.

The 10 Most Deadly Occupations in America
The 10 Most Deadly Occupations in America

The most dangerous job in the country has a fatality rate of about 6 percent. But the news isn’t all bad.

7 Apps to Get Paperwork Off Your Desk and Into the Cloud
7 Apps to Get Paperwork Off Your Desk and Into the Cloud

Today’s scanning apps not only cut clutter but also make it easy to find what you want, when you want. (There’s even a good solution for Blackberry users!)

Take 5: A Roundup of Reads From Around the Web
Take 5: A Roundup of Reads From Around the Web

This week: How much debt is too much, how to teach your kids about money, how to make money finding lost gold, why your credit score sucks and the best reasons to quit your job.

Hospitals to Avoid: Here’s the ‘Low-Down Dozen’
Hospitals to Avoid: Here’s the ‘Low-Down Dozen’

Learn about the 12 U.S. hospitals that earn the lowest ratings for preventing five dangerous and potentially deadly infections.

Some Things Are Not Awesome: A Lego Shortage is Looming
Some Things Are Not Awesome: A Lego Shortage is Looming

As the holidays approach, the Denmark-based Lego company is scrambling to keep up with demand. But American Lego lovers may be spared.

FCC to Release Data in Battle Against Robocalls
FCC to Release Data in Battle Against Robocalls

The commission hopes ongoing publication of robocall phone numbers and complaint details will help developers make more effective weapons to block the onslaught.

Marijuana Use Has Doubled — But Who Smokes It Most?
Marijuana Use Has Doubled — But Who Smokes It Most?

Pass the joint, teens and young adults: You are not the only ones using significantly more marijuana these days.

365 Days of Great Weather: The Ultimate U.S. Road Trip
365 Days of Great Weather: The Ultimate U.S. Road Trip

A climatologist has mapped out two year-long road trips around the U.S. that keep the driver in temperatures around 70 degrees throughout the entire time.

How and Why the Government Snoops Through Your Phone
How and Why the Government Snoops Through Your Phone

At a congressional hearing, new details became public about how and why federal law enforcement tricks your cellphone into giving up information.

How My In-Flight Wi-Fi Turned Out to Be a Big, Fat ‘Gotcha’
How My In-Flight Wi-Fi Turned Out to Be a Big, Fat ‘Gotcha’

I know in-flight Wi-Fi prices have increased recently, but $300 for one cross-country round trip? I don’t want that happening to you.

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