How to Look for a Job When Everything Feels Hopeless

The economy is in the toilet and there's a pandemic happening, but somehow we are still expected to look for work.

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The American Commune Is Back—Thanks to COVID, the Recession, and TikTok

Given all the instances of co-living for a shared benefit, it looks like we're at the start of another surge in communitarianism, even if its pioneers don't think of themselves that way.

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'My Co-Worker Wants to Chat Non-Stop While We're Working'

Every office seems to have an excessive chatter.

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How to Argue With a Debt Collector

You might want to ignore their calls, but that will only make things worse. Instead, here's how to address your financial situation head-on—and potentially make it more manageable.

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Saving $1,600 for a Studio Workspace

Running a business together isn’t easy, especially when you look at the books in… detail.

Saving $1,000 for a Backyard Upgrade

The fridge and the club are in the hot seat today.

Saving $2,400 for a New, New York City Apartment

The couple that saves together, stays together.

How to Argue With a Debt Collector

You might want to ignore their calls, but that will only make things worse. Instead, here's how to address your financial situation head-on—and potentially make it more manageable.

American Farmers Are Panicking Because Coronavirus Is Holding Up Worker Visas

Farmers who rely on thousands of foreign workers are racing against time as the growing season begins.

5 Horror Stories About the Cost of Health Care Even When You Have Insurance

"After a car accident, an emergency services bill grew to $75,000. We decided declaring bankruptcy was our only option."

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As Indian Classes Go Online, Those Who Can't Afford Smartphones Go Without

Almost 70 percent of India's population live in rural areas where internet is still a luxury.

Major Labels Are Donating Millions for Racial Justice. That Isn't Enough

We spoke to heads of independent, Black-owned labels about how the big three need to rethink their business models to actually address racial injustice.

As the World Protests Against Police Brutality, Indian Cop Caught Kneeling on a Man’s Neck

Now a viral video, the incident is a reminder that police brutality is way too common in India.

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Encrochat Investigation Finds Corrupt Cops Leaking Information to Criminals

Beyond drug trafficking, the continuing investigations into users of the encrypted phone network Encrochat is increasing to corrupt officials.

Brother Getting Bags of Cash Isn't Great for Mexico's 'Anti-Corruption' President

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is under fire for his methods on fighting corruption, and recently-released videos of his own brother accepting bags of cash aren't helping.

Bulgarians Are Trying to Oust Their Government

With the focus on Belarus, most people are unaware of a popular uprising happening in a different former Eastern Bloc nation.

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