Bring That Week Back: Convicted D.C. Sniper Expresses Remorse

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Financial Futures Looking Brighter for Young Blacks

More young, Black college graduates are starting early to secure their financial futures, according to a new report from the financial company Northwest Mutual. Seventy percent of grads age 18 to 34 described themselves as either “disciplined” or “highly disciplined” financial planners. (Photo: Image Source)