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My husband sponsored me to move to the U.S., but he makes me pay all the bills and keeps his own salary
‘We went to couple’s counseling and decided to stay together, but his lies and deception have taken a toll on our marriage.’
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Watch for these 5 big credit card changes coming soon
Newer, shinier, more exciting cards, with richer rewards or better fraud protection are around the corner.
4 ways to supplement your college financial aid
If your financial aid won’t cut it, here are some ways to get more money for school.
Some mental-health professionals find it hard to seek help — and can suffer from even greater stigma
Here’s what needs to be done to reduce the suicide rate in higher-risk professions, as well as in the general population.
The risks of store credit cards
Cards that aren’t under a network like Visa or Mastercard can sometimes leave consumers less protected.
Read this before you pay your next cable bill
Extra fees imposed by cable companies tack a 24% surcharge on to the price advertised, according to a new Consumer Reports analysis.
How to save $2,000 or more on your next car
With some targeted research, you can negotiate based on real pricing data and dealers will know a fair offer.
Looking for a modern muscle car? Here are 6 under $45,000
If you want a burnout machine that’s still affordable, there are a number of great options on the market today.
Why tech startups and craft beer go hand in hand
The two enjoy a mutually beneficial connection, and nowhere is that more apparent than in this Maryland town.
Take a look at the new 2020 McLaren GT
McLaren customers expect brilliant mechanical engineering, and the new GT doesn’t disappoint.
Elsewhere on MarketWatch
Some Democratic presidential hopefuls are angling for the vice president slot — a gambit that rarely pays off
It’s rare for a major party’s presidential nominee to choose a primary opponent as a running mate. In the past 40 years, it only has happened three times.
45% of Americans support impeaching Trump, while 38% are against it, poll says
In another sign of how support is growing for the impeachment effort launched last week, a poll out Thursday found that 45% of Americans believe the House of Representatives should vote to impeach President Trump.
Trump invokes 50-year low for unemployment to blast Democrats’ impeachment push
President Trump on Friday invoked fresh data on unemployment to blast the impeachment effort against him, as it was revealed that U.S. diplomats pushed Ukraine’s president to investigate Joe Biden’s family.
Meet the committee on Capitol Hill that’s trying to make Congress great again
This year Congress set up a panel that’s focusing on how to knock the institution itself back into shape.
‘Wrong and appalling’: Romney on Trump urging China, Ukraine to investigate Bidens
Count Mitt Romney among the few Republican lawmakers calling out President Trump amid the impeachment drama that’s engulfed Washington.