A city on the outskirts of Silicon Valley is using Facebook money to fund a basic income trial.
When Milton Friedman gave this interview in 1999, cryptocurrencies had technically existed for a little while. But boy did he exactly nail the power and influence they would take away from governments and give to the people, or what?
Many of us nurse our broken hearts by going out, buying new clothes, and spending it up in ways we otherwise would avoid.
Officer Shelby Riggs-Hopkins had noticed some crystals on the floorboard of 64-year-old Daniel Rushing's car. When officers used a field testing kit, the white substance tested positive for methamphetamine.
There's something insidious going on in the psyche of investors that deserves a lot of the credit for today's bull market, and almost no one is talking about it.
You've heard of OxyContin, the pain medication to which countless patients have become addicted. But do you know that the company that makes Oxy and reaps the billions of dollars in profits it generates is owned by one family?
The BuzzFeed "worth it" guys are finally tackling Japan's most famous noodle.
Opaque and sky high bills are breaking Americans — and our health care system.
The solution to disaster relief should be easy: fund public services.
Highly educated people still relocate for work, but exorbitant housing costs in the best-paying cities make it difficult for anyone else to do so.
She's spent through her own savings and has been living on my financial support.
Expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit is a rare policy for helping the poor that's supported on both the left and the right — and could be a step toward a universal basic income.
You may not have heard of Cyrus Vance if you don't live in Manhattan — or even if you do — but he's having a very bad week.
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When FBI agents Jim Wedick and Jack Brennan began to track the '70s' most notorious financial fraudster, Phil Kitzer, they had no idea how wrapped up in his world they'd become.
The underground economy has long been a part of rural America, where some receiving disability benefits are forced to work to survive.
The Treasury Department’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis has been illegally rifling through and filing away the private financial records of US citizens, Treasury employees alleged. “This is such
The Great Recession has been reshaping America into a renter nation. And increasingly, highly paid, highly educated households are making room for themselves in it.
Here is an overview of how to prepare for the (inevitable) worst.
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