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With the reopening of ‘Hamilton,’ ‘The Lion King’ and other shows, Broadway eyes a robust comeback. Will that include high ticket prices?

Broadway has embraced a dynamic pricing model in recent years that allows productions to readily adjust what they charge based on supply and demand. Read More

The U.S. poverty rate jumped in 2020, but one thing kept it from soaring even higher

The official poverty rate climbed to 11.4% in 2020 after five years of falling rates, according to U.S. Census Bureau data Read More

‘A perfect storm of horrible’: A single mother, whose daughter has anorexia, lost her unemployment benefits — now the rent is due

‘There’s nothing worse than telling a young lady with severe, life-threatening anorexia I cannot buy her food.’ Read More

House Democrats want tax hikes that are ‘a little less aggressive’ than those proposed by President Biden

‘This is a strong indication of the direction Congress will be going in tax policy,’ one expert said Read More

Why is it so hard to find an auto mechanic these days?

Don’t ignore that ‘check engine’ light much longer—it could take a while to find someone to fix your car. Here’s why. Read More

Is it cheaper to book hotels in advance, or to wait?

It’s usually cheaper to book a hotel last-minute, but you may not always want to do that. Here’s some data to help you plan your next trip. Read More

My fiancé made a lot of money as a child actor, but now his income is choppy. Would I be on the hook for alimony if we divorced?

‘His first wife enjoyed the lifestyle, but they were both young jet setters enjoying a side of life that seemed impossible for a poor kid.’ Read More

UC San Diego student allegedly tapped into iPhones to steal crypto — and tried to blackmail one victim with naked photos

Richard Yuan Li, 21, took over at least 40 people’s cell phones from his dorm room, prosecutors say. Read More

My son is an unemployed, disabled veteran who couch-surfs with friends. Should I use my inheritance to help him buy a home?

‘I believe in a living inheritance. Giving some money to my kids before I’m gone so I can see the benefits they are getting from it.’ Read More

Nicholas could bring catastrophic flooding to parts of Texas and Louisiana — what we know about climate change’s impact

Hurricane Nicholas is making its way toward Texas and Louisiana, threatening to drench the region for much of the week, as inland flooding and tornado risks remain a hallmark of another busy storm season and climate change in general. Read More

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