Fur capes, parkas, children's furniture, Michael Jackson memorabilia and more: The Washington Post's Michelle Singletary writes that you have to shake your head at the list of things that court documents say the former Illinois congressman bought.
The program designed to help cash-strapped seniors who own their homes outright may result in the loss of seniors' biggest asset if they run into deeper financial trouble, Michelle Singletary writes in her Washington Post-Bloomberg column.
Even though the odds of winning were, well, astronomical, Washington Post-Bloomberg financial columnist Michelle Singletary explains why she and her husband gave in to Mega Millions fever and entertained dreams of winning, along with their children.
Forcing families to pay fines for various infractions, such as not getting their children to class on time, is counterproductive and hurts people who can least afford it, Michelle Singletary writes in her Washington Post/Bloomberg column.
People using LinkedIn, Google, Twitter and Facebook had the highest incidence of fraud because they shared too much personal information, such as birthdays and pet names, writes Washington Post/Bloomberg columnist Michelle Singletary.
The new federal agency should protect consumers from the blows of bullying financial companies. And Michelle Singletary, writing in her Washington Post/Bloomberg column, expects the CFPB, with new Director Richard Cordray, to do just that.
In her Washington Post/Bloomberg column, Michelle Singletary rounds up commentary about Occupy Wall Street from around the Web -- and many observers, it seems, are unclear about how the protesters define success.