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AP Fact Check: Trump's False 'Choice' on Vets' Health Care

A Student Loan Expert Takes Her Own Advice

By Hope Yen |
President Donald Trump is putting forth a false "Choice" when he boasts about a program aimed at improving veterans' health care by steering more patients to the pri...

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Skittles Drains Rainbow Colors from Packaging to Honor LGBTQ Pride

Skittles Drains Rainbow Colors from Packaging to Honor LGBTQ Pride

May 24
In June, Skittles will again remove its signature rainbow design from packaging and the colors from its candies to recognize LGBTQ Pride month.

For Trade Students, Online Classes Can't Replicate Hands-On

For Trade Students, Online Classes Can't Replicate Hands-On

By Astrid Galvan and Rebecca Santana | May 24
For students at technical and trade colleges, the coronavirus is disrupting their education in a very different way than that of more traditional college students.

Millennial Money: Still Employed? Focus on Savings and Debt

Millennial Money: Still Employed? Focus on Savings and Debt

By Kelsey Sheehy | May 24
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown tens of millions of people into financial turmoil. But not everyone is feeling the pinch. Not yet, at least.

San Francisco Sanctions Once-Shunned Homeless Encampments

San Francisco Sanctions Once-Shunned Homeless Encampments

By Janie Har and Terence Chea | May 24
San Francisco is joining other U.S. cities in authorizing homeless tent encampments in response to the coronavirus pandemic, a move officials have long resisted but are now reluctantly embracing.

U.S. Farmers Leaning More Heavily on Government Loan Programs

U.S. Farmers Leaning More Heavily on Government Loan Programs

By Roxana Hegeman | May 24
Farmers across the nation leaned more heavily upon the federal government last year to finance their agricultural operations amid low commodity prices and trade disputes.

11-Year-Old Girl Says Racism Behind White Woman's Assault

11-Year-Old Girl Says Racism Behind White Woman's Assault

By Ritu Shukla | May 24
Elizabeth Shirey, 38, was charged with assault and battery after grabbing Skhylur Davis' arm as she walked back to her grandmother's house in Aiken with her mail, according to a police report.

Not Real News: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

Not Real News: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

By Arijeta Lajjka., Ali Swenson, Amanda Seitz, and Beatrice Dupuy | May 23
None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out. Here are the facts.

Millennial Money: How A Business Credit Card Fits Gig Work

Millennial Money: How A Business Credit Card Fits Gig Work

By Gregory Karp, NerdWallet | May 23
Entrepreneurial types who freelance and side hustle their way through the week likely have access to a tool that could help them thrive: A business credit card.

Trump Slams Mail-In Balloting Promoted by His Own Campaign

Trump Slams Mail-In Balloting Promoted by His Own Campaign

By Zeke Miller and Nicholas Riccardi | May 23
Trump, who has voted by mail absentee as recently as this March in Florida's Republican presidential primary, did say he would support exceptions for those who are sick — or are president.

Back to Business, but Not Business As Usual As Nations Open

Back to Business, but Not Business As Usual As Nations Open

By David Crary, Dave Collins, and Nicole Winfield | May 23
It is becoming all too clear that without a vaccine against the scourge, the disruptions could be long-lasting and the economy won't be bouncing right back.

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