Michelle Singletary

Washington Post Personal Finance Columnist

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Personal Finance Columnist at The Washington Post.

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"I understand people are trying to make money, it's a tough, tough economy, but the scammers know that.

More people are lured into pyramid schemes during COVID. Stay skeptical, says financial advisor

"I understand people are trying to make money, it's a tough, tough economy, but the scammers know that.

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California voters banned affirmative action in 1996. This year, Proposition 16 would repeal that decision and allow affirmative action to be used in hiring and college admissions.

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New economic numbers show the American economy did a lot better in the third quarter, up a record 7.4%. But the economy didn’t have anywhere to go but up.

US economy grew at a record rate over the summer, new data shows. Who's saving, who's struggling?

New economic numbers show the American economy did a lot better in the third quarter, up a record 7.4%. But the economy didn’t have anywhere to go but up.

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