Personal Finance Daily: ‘I was not fully informed’ — FDA recommends breast implants with ‘black-box’ warning labels about potential hazards, and when do we turn back the clocks?

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Personal Finance
This 29-year-old woman lost her job and is looking for healthy ‘poor people meals’

Here’s what Reddit users and nutrition experts say she should eat on a budget.

California’s paid leave law has cost new mothers an estimated $24,000 over a decade — what’s driving the lost earnings?

Researchers reviewed tax data, which only shows so much.

Borrowers won’t be left behind as Fannie and Freddie privatize, regulator says

For the first time, the Federal Housing Finance Agency called on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to strategize exits from conservatorship.

‘I was not fully informed’ — FDA recommends breast implants with ‘black-box’ warning labels about potential hazards

‘There is a distinct opportunity to do more to protect women who are considering breast implants,’ FDA officials said.

Female CEOs are held to a higher standard than their male counterparts

Consumers are less likely to buy products from female-led organizations than they are from male-led organizations following an ethical failure, a new study finds.

Taking blood-pressure medication at this time of day could save your life

The trial instructed 19,084 patients to take their pills on waking or at bedtime, and followed them for more than six years.

Democratic Rep. Katie Hill resigns and vows to fight ‘cyber exploitation’ — why more women are victims of ‘revenge porn’

‘This is heartbreaking and a reminder that women in elected office are held to entirely different standards than their male colleagues,’ said Charlotte Clymer, press secretary for the Human Rights Campaign.

The FDA wants to stop you from buying candy from your office vending machine

But scientists are conflicted over whether calorie-counting on labels and menus actually encourage people to eat less junk food.

Fewer Americans are giving money to charity and it could be because they’re spending less time with God

Some 20 million fewer households donate to charity than they did two decades ago.

When do we turn back the clocks?

Get ready for Standard Time — and early darkness.

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How to protect taxpayers after the California wildfires end and the rebuilding starts

An approach that is far softer than a heavy-handed building ban could achieve the same ends.

Here’s why the U.S. Treasury may struggle to take full advantage of Fed’s bill-buying program

Analysts say the U.S. Treasury Department is unlikely to ramp up bill issuance dramatically soon.

Pro-Biden super PAC takes shape

A former aide to Joe Biden has signed paperwork to form an independent fundraising group to support Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign, with the move coming just days after the campaign changed its stance on super PACs.

Three things to watch from the Fed meeting

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Meet the lonely economist who thinks the Fed might just leave interest rates unchanged

Almost all economists think the Fed will cut interest rates on Oct. 30. We found one who thinks they just might pause.