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Federal student loan payments are starting again. Here's what you need to know
No jackpot winner but 7 new millionaires as Powerball prize hits $1 billion
The last time someone hit the Powerball jackpot was back in July, when one very lucky lottery player won $1.08 billion.
After taxes, here's how much a Powerball winner would actually take home
If you win the Powerball and take the lump sum payment, right away, nearly a quarter of it is withheld for federal taxes. And you're not off the hook yet.
After years of payments, 804,000 borrowers are having their student loans forgiven
Student loan payments are due again for most borrowers soon, but some people who have been paying for years are having their loans forgiven.
Cantaloupe recall: Thousands of whole melons sold in 19 states recalled
The recall, which impacts nearly 20 states, was issued after an FDA test conducted on cantaloupe in a distribution center.
Powerball jackpot nears $1 billion: When is the next drawing?
The prize has grown so large because there have been 30 consecutive drawings without a big winner, dating to July 19.
Auto workers strike expands with third round of walkouts
It marked the second time the union has widened the walkout, which started two weeks ago at three assembly plants.
Iconic toy brand that went bankrupt planning new brick-and-mortar stores
The expansion is a return to form for the once ubiquitous brand, which has fallen out of favor in recent years after a 2017 bankruptcy shuttered most stores.
Higher gas prices lift Fed's preferred inflation gauge but underlying price pressures remain mild
The spike in gas prices is eating away at Americans’ incomes, despite only mild inflationary increases in other parts of the economy.
Shop Local 2023 | Highlighting Hispanic-owned San Diego businesses
CBS 8 features businesses across San Diego County that are Hispanic-owned and operated - September & October 2023
Las Vegas hospitality workers overwhelmingly permit union to call strike against hotels, casinos
The Culinary Workers Union, which represents 60,000 workers, says 95% of members who voted Tuesday approved the authorization.
National Coffee Day deals: Free drinks at Dunkin', Krispy Kreme and more spots
Friday is National Coffee Day and there's several deals and freebies you can cash in on!
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