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What's Gonna Trip Us Up In Q4?

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Sister Judy Byron, a Seattle-based nun, was determined to stem the tide of gun violence, so she turned to an unlikely place: the markets. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Finance Fridays With Mary, Volume 6: Nuns & Guns

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The Probiotics Heist

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How Much Are Thoughts And Prayers Worth?

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A long-awaited update to federal overtime rules means about 1.3 million workers will be entitled to extra pay when they work more than 40 hours a week. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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1.3 Million More Workers Eligible For Overtime Pay, But Some Say Rules Fall Short

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Stefan Krasowski, co-founder of the Reach For The Miles meetup, stands in front of Krak des Chevaliers in western Syria. The war-torn country was the last one that Krasowski, who has since turned 40, had yet to visit. Stefan Krasowski/Rapid Travel Chai hide caption

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How One Man Used Miles To Fulfill His Dream To Visit Every Country Before Turning 40

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Finance Fridays With Mary, Volume 5: Why Fees Matter

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Unsung Economists: Edith Penrose

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Cameron and Katlynn Fischer celebrated their April wedding in Colorado. But the day before, Cameron was in such bad shape from a bachelor party hangover that he headed to an emergency room to be rehydrated. That's when their financial headaches began. Courtesy of Cameron Fischer hide caption

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What Separates Urgent Care And The ER? Your Bill.

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How China Transformed The Luxury Goods Market

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