Happy Wednesday, MarketWatchers! Here are the top personal finance stories of the day.
Want to reduce sexual assault? Start with eliminating abstinence-only sex education
The U.S. government spends $85 million a year on programs that do not address consent.
My wife wants her name on my house, bank and retirement accounts—or we’re through
He is her fourth husband and she is his second wife, and they have been married for 8 months.
This D.C. lawyer is suing his former girlfriend for the return of a $100,000 engagement ring
Ryan Strasser says he only wanted to spend $40,000 and insists the ring belongs to him, but who really owns it?
Immigrants could be required to show credit scores if they want to stay in the U.S.
A Department of Homeland Security proposal has new suggestions to prove financial status.
Do Instagram and Snapchat distort how teenagers see themselves?
People now hold themselves to ‘unattainable’ standards