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Obama wants to make millions more workers eligible for...

More than 10 million salaried workers could become automatically eligible for overtime pay by 2016 under an expected federal rule change.

Today, the only way you're automatically guaranteed time and a half after logging 40 hours a week is if you…

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Can same-sex marriage make America healthier?

A few weeks ago, Carlos Santos-Herrera was in a hospital bed, ill with a rare, severe form of strep throat. He was weak, but conscious -- and worried. His family members' religious beliefs differ from his own, and he didn't want to leave decisions…

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Americans finally started spending in May

Americans hit the checkout aisle last month.

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Americans waste $640 in food a year

Americans trash $640 worth of food a year, and they don't even care about the effects on the planet.

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One thing you should know about your spouse, but 43% don't

Talking money is often taboo with friends, but shouldn't be off limits within your own household.

Yet 43% of people don't know one of the most basic things about their spouse's finances: how much they make.

Four in 10 married people surveyed by…

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When school's out, millions of kids go hungry

No more teachers. No more books. No more free lunch.

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The ultimate Father's Day gift: A kidney

Nick Kaczorowski is putting your Father's Day gift to shame. He is giving the gift of life in the form of a kidney donation to his father. His 55-year-old father, Lance, has end-stage renal disease, and in November, learned his kidney function had…

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Talking to kids about tragedy

Not again. That's what I and parents across the country say on social media following any large-scale assault on a group of innocent people, especially one involving children.

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Dads are passing down classic cartoons to their kids

Parents often pass down traditional family recipes to their children, or sports team loyalties. But fathers also appear intent on passing down "Scooby Doo" and "Inspector Gadget."

According to research conducted for Netflix, 85% of dads have…

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America recovers from a great baby recession

The number of births in the United States went up last year for the first time since 2007, according to an annual report by the CDC National Center for Health Statistics.

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