Danielle Douglas-Gabriel

Washington Post

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Financial reporter for the Washington Post

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The Republican presidential primary campaign is all caught up in the controversy over Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly.

Clinton Unveils College Tuition Plan amid Sanders' Challenge

The Republican presidential primary campaign is all caught up in the controversy over Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly.

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For baby boomers, the big issue was war and peace. For millennials it's student debt. That's according to a  poll by Harvard University .

Student Debt Is Out of Control: Is it Ever OK to Default?

For baby boomers, the big issue was war and peace. For millennials it's student debt. That's according to a poll by Harvard University .

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When Target was hacked just before Christmas for credit- and debit-card data, as well as personal information, 40 million accounts were compromised, along with non-card personal…

Credit Card Safety in the Age of Cybercrime

When Target was hacked just before Christmas for credit- and debit-card data, as well as personal information, 40 million accounts were compromised, along with non-card personal…

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