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‘The science about the benefits of cannabis is limited’: Does legalizing marijuana lead to an increase in tobacco use?
A new study analyzed the relationship between recreational cannabis and tobacco amid growing public support for legal marijuana. Read More
My girlfriend lives with me and uses her apartment as a $750-a-month closet. She wants to officially move in, and pay me $117 a month
‘I view the rent I get from my spare rooms as income from an investment, while she views it as something that offsets my mortgage.’ Read More
Inflategate? Throwing Super Bowl parties will be more expensive this year thanks to price hikes on your favorite snacks
‘You’re not taking away my Super Bowl party’ — many fans still plan to host people for the once-a-year game Read More
Most Americans are happy with their own lives, not the country’s direction — but money makes a difference in that view
The pandemic has put income inequality on stark display Read More
Texas biology professor charged with illegally smuggling exotic animal parts into U.S.
Richard Kazmaier allegedly imported wildcat, rare bird, otter and monkey skulls and taxidermy without any permits. Read More
The 2022 Lucid Air: a luxury electric vehicle that’s quick, quiet and refined
The all-new electric luxury sedan has a fresh look and impressive range. Read More
Supply-chain snags are the new normal—here are some ways businesses can manage the problems
Some basic short-term and long-term strategies can help small-business owners withstand current conditions and shore up supply chains against future turmoil. Read More
High school grads missed out on $3.75 billion of college money last year
As many as 813,000 students were eligible for the Pell Grant for college but didn’t submit an application. It’s an average of $4,477 per student. Read More
With more choices available, electric vehicles sales are booming
Although electric cars are a small percentage of the vehicles sold, sales surged by 72%. Read More
‘I feel slighted’: My husband of 10 years stopped paying his salary into our joint account — and asked me to pay $900 toward our rent
‘I also feel bitter because I never felt comfortable paying for his kids.’ Read More