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The New York Public Library is making banned books free on its app
Cardholders can download hundreds of thousands of titles, but Books for All offers a “forbidden” picklist to anyone, anywhere with a tablet or smartphone. Read more
New York man accused of running illegal Bitcoin ATMs at laundromats to help criminals launder money
Robert Taylor is said to have operated 46 bitcoin kiosks in New York, New Jersey and Miami aimed at customers seeking anonymity. Read more
“The weight of this debt is crushing”: I’m 74 and a retired speech-language pathologist with $200,000 in student loan debt. Am I obligated to pay it back?
“I have no hope of ever repaying this debt.” Read more
The new 2022 Nissan Pathfinder returns to its rugged roots
Off-road purists who disliked the recent generation of the Pathfinder will find a little something extra to like with the new model. Read more
Will a savings account make money or lose money? These 5 numbers can tell you.
Here are five numbers that can help you decide if a savings account is ideal or could be expensive. Read more
Can Mark Wahlberg really get $87.5 million for his Beverly Hills estate?
Mark Wahlberg leaves his home in Beverly Hills, California. The lavish spread was just announced for a whopping $87.5 million, according to TMZ. Read more
California man admits buying hundreds of stolen MacBooks from Tesla, Stanford University and UC Berkeley
Philip James has admitted serving as a fence for employees who stole computers from the electric car maker and universities Read More
“Do it right”: still haven’t filed your taxes? 7 last-minute tips for surviving a tough tax season
The IRS has already received more than 91 million tax returns, but there are still many more to come. Read more
Housing is becoming more and more expensive. Is there relief in sight?
The cost of housing has risen by the highest amount in four decades over the past year, leading to higher overall inflation. Read more
Biden will allow more ethanol in a bid to lower gas prices – here’s what you need to know
President Biden will temporarily allow the sale of gasoline containing 15% ethanol between June 1 and September 15. Normally only a 10% blend can be sold in the summer. Read more