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Pippa Middleton’s hacked iCloud photos banned from publication

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London — The publication of photographs allegedly stolen from Pippa Middleton has been banned by the High Court in the UK.

Clinton, Trump, and your money: A personal-finance guide to the debate

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Listen closely tonight. It’s your money and your life.

At 9 p.m. ET, in the first presidential debate of the season, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be pressed, to a degree, for details of their various proposals. Jobs, wages, taxes, student debt, child care, Social Security … any or all of these could come up. And many of the vows, threats, visions, and hallucinations flying around the studio will eventually settle

5 times you shouldn’t use a credit card

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A credit card used responsibly can be a great tool to build your credit score and a credit history.

If you pay off your bill in full every month and balance your budget like a pro, using a credit card for most expenses allows you to track your spending easily and take full advantage of cash-back and other rewards programs.

But if you don’t pay off the bill each month, the high interest rates on a card will cost you as your debt keeps rolling over. That’s when you should consider cheaper…

4 tips to slash unnecessary monthly expenses

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Most of us pay our bills around the beginning of the month, and about this time the stack can get pretty high — as does the hit to your bank account. If you’re like me, you often think, “What can I do this month to cut my expenses, in a smart way, and waste less money while I’m at it?”

I’ve got some ways to do exactly that. Here are my four tips that you can implement today:

1. Cut the cost of wireless service

If you aren’t locked into a contract with one of the national carriers, consider…

5 times you shouldn’t use a credit card

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A credit card used responsibly can be a great tool to build your credit score and a credit history.

If you pay off your bill in full every month and balance your budget like a pro, using a credit card for most expenses allows you to track your spending easily and take full advantage of cash-back and other rewards programs.

But if you don’t pay off the bill each month, the high interest rates on a card will cost you as your debt keeps rolling over. That’s when you should consider cheaper…

Ed Sheeran pig statue a thing, brings home the bacon for charity auction

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LONDON — How much would you pay for a statue of Ed Sheeran?

How to tame your student loans (told in under 350 words)

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We’d keep it to 35 words if we could, but student loans aren’t that simple.

So we’ll aim for 350 instead, boiling it down to the four main options for dealing with student debt. And since there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, we call out

‘Human Kind’ short films offer a moving glimpse into the lives of refugee families

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We know the crisis in numbers: 65.3 million people forcibly displaced around the world, 21.3 million refugees fleeing conflict and persecution across international borders.

But while those stats are important in context, they can make it hard to remember who refugees are as individuals: engineers and lawyers, nurses and small business owners, parents and children — many families from across the globe, all seeking safety.

A new short film series aims to put their personal stories front and…

10 features I think Snapchat should have but only my Snapchat

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My daily routine works like this: I go on Snapchat, I post a few pictures, I watch my crush Derick’s story over and over and then I update my spreadsheet of Snapchat scores for all the boys I like.