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Russia’s Vladimir Putin ordered forces Monday into separatist regions of eastern Ukraine, raising the likelihood of a full-scale invasion of the country. Read More

Home prices increase at fastest rate in 34 years in December, but rising mortgage rates remain a threat

Economists expect that the pace of home-price growth will slow in the face of rising interest rates. Read More

New cars have gotten slightly cheaper

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‘She had a will, but it was null and void’: My friend and her sister are fighting over their mother’s life-insurance policy and $32,000 bank account. Who’s right?

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Why have so many people soured on work? COVID-19 unleashed long-simmering employee dissatisfaction

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Americans are worried they’ll get smaller tax refunds this year — unfortunately, they’re onto something

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Russian oligarchs lose £23.5bn as Ukraine crisis deepens

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