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3 ways to save on holiday shopping this year

Shopping for loved ones during the holidays doesn't have to break the bank. These tips can help you stretch your holiday dollar.

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Can a Smart Bed Improve Your Sleep? A Sleep Expert Tests It Out.

Smart beds tout features like sleep tracking and climate control. But does the technology actually produce a better night’s rest? WSJ asked Dr. Wen...

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Here’s your guide to a sweet weekend escape to Fredericksburg in Texas Hill Country

Need a break? Fredericksburg, a city deep in the heart of Texas, is as sweet as its peaches. 

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NFL’s Odell Beckham Jr. took his $750,000 salary in bitcoin — how much did that end up costing him?

Beckham announced in November that he planned to convert his salary for this NFL season into bitcoin

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The Fed says it’s raising interest rates — will that mean much for inflation?

The Fed doesn't have much control over supply-chain disruptions that are causing higher prices, according to the chief economist at The Conference Board.

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Fed rate hikes are coming — how to tackle your savings, mortgage, car payments and credit-card debt in advance

'It will soon be appropriate to raise the target range for the federal funds rate,' the Fed said.

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400 million free N95 masks are starting to hit pharmacies — here’s how to extend their use, and recycle them

Even when disposable feels safer, it can be challenging for Americans who typically recycle to accept so much mask waste.

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