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Toys R Us puts 'Breaking' figures on 'sabbatical'

"Breaking Bad's" drug-dealing chemistry teacher Walter White will have to stop making the sale at Toys R Us.

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This Halloween costume costs $1.6 million

What does a million-dollar Halloween costume look like? Hint: It gives new meaning to the phrase "dripping with diamonds."

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Visiting national parks could cost more

Want to visit Yosemite, Grand Canyon or Yellowstone next year? Pack your camping supplies and knock those parks off your bucket list now.

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Americans taking fewer vacation days

Feeling buried by work, like you can't find time for a few days off, like your entire work-life balance is out of whack?

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Uber sorry for 'hot chick' 20-minute ride promo

If riding in cars with beautiful models as drivers sounds like a dream, it's time to wake up.

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From Apple

Apple Pay is double charging some customers

Apple Pay was convenient, fast, and it seemingly worked without incident ... until I logged in and checked my debit card bill.

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Social Security benefits will increase by 1.7% in 2015

Social Security checks will rise by 1.7% -- which translates into $22 more each month for the average retired worker.

In 2015, the average worker will receive $1,328 a month, or $15,936 a year, according to the Social Security Administration. More…

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Frito-Lay

'Wasabi Ginger:' America's favorite new Lay's chip

America has spoken, and "Wasabi Ginger" has come out on top in this year's Frito-Lay potato chip contest.

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Election issue: Why people still feel the economy stinks

U.S. unemployment is down. Consumer confidence is up. Inflation is low. Things are improving, yet Americans are still worried.

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Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

We could be in for a weak Wednesday.

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Personal Finance

Top jobs for recent graduates

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Take a look at some of the top jobs for recent graduates.

Are workers taking enough time choosing benefits?

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Find out how much time workers typically spend researching their benefit options.

Buying in bulk can save big bucks

From the single shopper to the family of seven, buying certain items bulk can save time and money.

5 ways your job is harmful to your health

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Whatever job you have, it may just be hurting your health. Read on for five ways work can be harmful to your health and how to combat it.

Follow 5 rules to secure financial future

Financial experts say you can follow five simple rules to pay your bills and still be able to save money for a comfortable retirement.

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