The United States has finally joined a global consensus about the health benefits of breast milk. So why does a federal agency with huge sway over infant nutrition still pay for most of the infant formula sold in the nation?
Women’s large-scale entry into home ownership coincided with the advent of toxic, high-risk instruments in the mortgage market. From financial security to crushed dreams. Part two of a series. (See parts 1 and 3.)
An extensive analysis of mortgage lending data suggests credit-worthy women were unfairly stuck with subprime “toxic” debt said to be for high-risk borrowers. Part one of a series. (See parts 2 and 3.)