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Facebook, Google and McKinsey rank among America's 25 highest-paying companies

All of the employers on this list offer median base salaries of $120,000 or above.

Mission nearly impossible this spring: Finding a home to buy

The national supply of homes for sale hasn't been this thin in nearly 20 years. Most difficult to find are affordable houses for first-time buyers.

Here's why Hong Kong housing is so expensive

For the seventh year in a row, Hong Kong was ranked the world's most expensive housing market. But why is it so costly?

Self-made millionaire shares 3 tricks for raising successful kids

Here's how to help your children achieve their dreams, writes Grant Cardone.

8 big things I wish I'd known about going back to work after maternity leave

These tips can help you prepare for getting back to work.

Google billionaire Eric Schmidt reveals how short-term thinking can stall your career

The tech leader has a 3-step strategy for avoiding this common professional trap.

You can now go to college for free in two of the most expensive places in the US

California and New York now offer tuition-free college programs, if you can swing the cost of living.

The fitness tracker craze has kids racing toward obsession

When 6-year-old Addison jumps out of bed, the Long Island fitness buff clips her 3-D TriFit Pedometer to her pink onesie. Then she runs around the house to rack up the steps. “There are days where …

6 wedding signs that your marriage may be doomed

Your wedding should be the happiest day of your life but, according to one professional bridesmaid, there are quite a few warning signs to look out for to see if your marriage will stay the course.…

This skyscraper is literally out of this world

The Analemma Tower would be suspended from space by an asteroid.

Pope Francis suggests openness to ordaining married men as priests

The Catholic Church had married priests in its earlier years, though celibacy became a standard in the church and a flash point in the larger debates in the Protestant Reformation.

Ash Wednesday brings Lenten lunches: 5 things to know

With Lent beginning on Ash Wednesday, the Cathedral Church of the Advent opens its annual Lenten lunches, a Birmingham tradition.

Four new hotels to escape this cold weather

Thaw out from frigid winter at one of these sultry new stays. Mexico: Hotel Esencia Since being taken over and given a modernist redecoration by Emmy-winning producer and media honcho Kevin Wendle,…

Catholic school’s 21-page prom dress code leaves few options

A parochial school in Illinois isn’t taking any chances that girls attending its prom will be dressed immodestly. So Boylan Catholic High School in Rockford recently issued a “proper dress an…

Woman discovers she has HIV by Googling it

The signs were everywhere. Abby Landy had broken out in cold sores, was physically ill and had just received a sinister text from a former lover reading: “I hope you remember me forever.” She went …

Stop making these dieting excuses

Your New Year resolution to battle the bulge started off with great success, but come March your motivation fades and along with this comes a barrage of reasons why now isn’t the time to shift the …

How this overweight dog lost half its size

A morbidly obese Jack Russell mix overfed by its previous owner and then abandoned on the streets has lost almost half her weight — and is still shedding pounds. Pearl, who at one point was o…

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