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Not all health plans are the same, as Washington consumers have learned the hard way.

Northwest banks say 2014 may be the year consumers start to see a new generation of credit cards that are less prone to fraud.

Spent The Right Way, Can Money Buy Happiness?

Jul 25, 2013
Elizabeth Dunn's book "Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending"

Money may not buy happiness, but can spending your money wisely make you happier? Elizabeth Dunn, a psychology professor at the University of British Columbia, say yes. She talks with Ross Reynolds about the five principles of delightful spending and her new book "Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending."

Seattle Housing Authority

Watch out for scammers. That’s Seattle Housing Authority’s warning to people who are going online this week to apply for the city’s Section 8 housing lottery.  Agency officials caution that some misleading sites have been set up to  trick people into submitting their personal information to the wrong place.