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US expands probe into Ford engine failures to include two motors and nearly 709,000 vehicles
Catastrophic engine failure could cause the affected cars to lose power entirely while driving.
$1 billion Powerball jackpot: How to buy tickets online or on your phone
While you can play the lottery in most states, only a handful sell Powerball tickets over the internet.
Kaiser Permanente pharmacy workers in Oregon, SW Washington begin 21-day unfair labor practices strike
The strike is independent from a strike by more than 75,000 healthcare workers at Kaiser Permanente facilities across six states from Oct. 4-6.
Federal student loan payments are starting again. Here's what you need to know
If you have student loans and haven't made a payment in the last three years, don't panic. Here's what experts recommend.
No jackpot winner but 7 new millionaires as Powerball prize hits $1 billion
The last time someone hit the Powerball jackpot was back in July, when one very lucky lottery player won $1.08 billion.
Borrowers are reassessing their budgets as student loan payments resume after pandemic pause
Millions of Americans must start repaying their federal student loans again in October, with monthly payments averaging hundreds of dollars.
After taxes, here's how much a Powerball winner would actually take home
If you win the Powerball and take the lump sum payment, right away, nearly a quarter of it is withheld for federal taxes. And you're not off the hook yet.
After years of payments, 804,000 borrowers are having their student loans forgiven
Student loan payments are due again for most borrowers soon, but some people who have been paying for years are having their loans forgiven.
Powerball jackpot nears $1 billion: When is the next drawing?
The prize has grown so large because there have been 30 consecutive drawings without a big winner, dating to July 19.
Auto workers strike expands with third round of walkouts
It marked the second time the union has widened the walkout, which started two weeks ago at three assembly plants.
Higher gas prices lift Fed's preferred inflation gauge but underlying price pressures remain mild
The spike in gas prices is eating away at Americans’ incomes, despite only mild inflationary increases in other parts of the economy.
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