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Most Americans are woefully unprepared to handle an unplanned bill.
A survey says the hottest jobs with the largest annual pay increases include truck driver, bank teller and security officer.
A Pennsylvania teen diagnosed with wet lung is the first case reported in an adolescent as a risk of e-cigarette use.
A Michigan political action committee formed to fight a measure to legalize marijuana is now in favor of it.
A new study suggests the key to keeping your heart young is exercising at least two days a week.
The only possible value a movie as joylessly rote as “Show Dogs” can offer is as a weekend babysitter, a guaranteed 90 minutes of child distraction.
The story has the trappings of a sleeping-with-the-enemy-style thriller, but the dark nail-biter eschews the obvious at every turn.
Bill Gates reveals details of conversations he had with President Donald Trump, including Trump asking if HIV and HPV were the same thing.
Despite extraordinary access, the film from Wim Wenders doesn’t delve deep enough into how the unconventional pontiff formed his beliefs.
Responding to fan demand, singer-songwriter Deryck Whibley revisits the group’s second album, a snapshot of a time when “I had more to say.”
One-third of Americans have less than $5,000 set aside for the future, according to a new study.
Nashville mayoral candidate Ralph Bristol defended racial profiling by police at a candidate forum in front of a largely black audience.