Finance » Saving

11 thru 20 of 112739 Stories
Abandoned Tents, Human Waste Piling Up on Mount Everest

Abandoned Tents, Human Waste Piling Up on Mount Everest

By Binaj Gurubacharya | Jun 24
The record number of climbers crowding the world's highest mountain this season has left a government cleanup crew grappling with how to clear away everything from abandoned tents to human waste that threatens drinking water.

Florida Woman Ordered by HOA to Remove Pride Flag

Florida Woman Ordered by HOA to Remove Pride Flag

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 24
Residents of the Coquina Key Condominiums, where Robin Chipman lives in St. Petersburg, Florida, are allowed to put up flags in support of their favorite sports teams... but, apparently, not in support of their LGBTQ friends.

Keep Your Canine Out of Your Cannabis

Keep Your Canine Out of Your Cannabis

By Laura Klivans, KQED | Jun 24
As weed has become easier for people to get, it has also become a hazard for dogs.

Indiana School Firing Gay Teacher to Keep Archdiocese Ties

Indiana School Firing Gay Teacher to Keep Archdiocese Ties

Jun 24
A private high school is firing an educator to avoid having its ties cut with the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.

In Moving Post, 'American Crime' Star Connor Jessup Comes Out as Gay

In Moving Post, 'American Crime' Star Connor Jessup Comes Out as Gay

Jun 24
Actor Connor Jessup, who starred in two seasons of ABC's critically acclaimed series "American Crime" and the queer film "Closet Monster," took to Instagram Sunday night to come out as gay.

GoFundMe Takes Down Anti-LGBTQ Athlete Israel Folau's Page, Cites Policies

GoFundMe Takes Down Anti-LGBTQ Athlete Israel Folau's Page, Cites Policies

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 24
Top Australian rugby player Israel Folau managed to scuttle his career by posting anti-LGBTQ messages on social media in violation of sport policies. Now GoFundMe says he violated their standards, too - and have yanked his page.

Aerial Photos Help Census Officials Pinpoint Faraway People

Aerial Photos Help Census Officials Pinpoint Faraway People

By Russell Contreras | Jun 24
The U.S. Census Bureau is using new high-tech tools to help get an accurate population count next year as its faces challenges tallying people of color who live in remote places and can be wary of the federal government.

Sanders, Progressives Unveil Bill to Cancel Student Debt

Sanders, Progressives Unveil Bill to Cancel Student Debt

By Laurie KEllman and Elena Schor | Jun 24
Days before the first Democratic presidential debates, Sen. Bernie Sanders and House progressives are unveiling legislation cancelling all student debt, going further than a signature proposal by Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

New Technology Helps Search Teams Find People in Wilderness

New Technology Helps Search Teams Find People in Wilderness

By Audrey McAvoy | Jun 24
The dramatic rescue of a lost hiker in Hawaii recently shows how emerging technology helps search teams more efficiently scour the wilderness for missing people.

50 Years Later, the Moon is Still Great for Business

50 Years Later, the Moon is Still Great for Business

By Alexandra Olson | Jun 24
Hundreds of millions of people were riveted when Apollo 11 landed on the moon on July 20, 1969. Naturally, marketers jumped at the chance to sell products from cars and televisions, to cereal and a once-obscure powdered drink called Tang.

11 thru 20 of 112739 Stories