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Most economists see the U.S. turning into a buyer’s housing market in 2023 and why Ian will rank among the worst hurricanes in Florida history

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Most economists see the U.S. turning into a buyer’s housing market in 2023. Here’s where you’ll see the biggest declines in value.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene and MacKenzie Scott are both getting divorced. Their cases have two major differences — and one key similarity.

These two divorces highlight an increasingly common part of romance and finance that has nothing to do with the amount of money involved. Read More

What happens when a global program allows Special Olympics athletes and their classmates to lead? Bullying declines and grades improve.

Unified Schools is a growing Special Olympics program in 60 countries supporting inclusive classes and playing fields — and it lets kids lead the way. Read More

Highly sanctioned Russian oligarch with close ties to Putin indicted for sending flowers, arranging for child to be born in the U.S.

Billionaire aluminum tycoon Oleg Deripaska is also accused of financial subterfuge to obscure U.S. properties and sale of a California recording studio. Read More

Lost Sanibel causeway and ‘reversed’ Tampa Bay: Why Ian will rank among worst hurricanes in Florida history

Ian’s reach, its unusual strengthening near land, and the reverse storm surge’s coastal damage, are all important lessons for a future shaped by climate change. Read More

I inherited my father’s home along with my siblings, but the upkeep and taxes are too high. How can I get rid of this property without angering my family?

‘I have little to no interest in using the house: I am not enamored with the area. The house requires repair and upkeep, as none of us live in it full time.’ Read More

Debt cancellation got all the attention, but this Biden proposal could impact student-loan borrowers more, critics and advocates say

Officials pitched reforms to income-driven repayment in August that could radically change the way borrowers pay back their loans Read More

Mortgage rates march toward 7%, reaching highest level since 2007

The 30-year mortgage rate is averaging 6.7%, Freddie Mac said in its latest weekly survey on Thursday. Read More

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