I’m fascinated by the differences between rich people and poor people. Are the differences mostly a matter of class and economic mobility? Are people born to wealth and poverty and destined to remain there? Or are there observable differences...Show More Summary
There had been fears that malls would fade into obscurity due to the popularity of online shopping, but they're not going down without a fight. In this week's Sunday Spotlight, NBC's Jo Ling Kent takes a look at the creative ways people have repurposed some sprawling malls when they go out of business.
The end of the year is a time when many of us reflect on our annual goals. If you decided 2017 was the year you’d build rock-hard abs, for example, you might be glancing down to see if you achieved the washboard belly you were going for. Show More Summary
It's time to get smart with some wise year-end financial moves. Here are five that we're doing right now … Time flies by, faster and faster. Here it is, December already?! Since most Americans file on a calendar-year basis, this is the time of year that finances get wrapped up, for better or worse. Show More Summary
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