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DOJ Intervenes in Black Couple’s Home Appraisal Lawsuit

In 2020, Tenisha Tate-Austin and Paul Austin, a Black couple in San Francisco, sought to refinance their home mortgage. Janette Miller, a licensed appraiser,...

Congress Passes $57 Billion Postal Reform Bill

The legislation would clear $57 billion of that amount and save the agency another $50 billion over the next decade. By Stacy M. Brown, Senior...

UBS Launches Reimagined Wealth Management Experience for Multicultural Investors

Voice & Viewpoint Newswire UBS has announced the launch of the Multicultural Investors Strategic Client Segment, focused on meeting the needs of US investors from...

Black Unemployment Rate Improves Amid Historic Jobs Report

The economy created 467,000 jobs in January, and the unemployment rate for Black workers fell to 6.9 percent and dropped to 5.8 percent for...

What The No Surprises Act Means For Your Medical Bills

By Alex Rosenberg, NerdWallet More Americans worry about unexpected medical bills than any other expense, according to polls by the Kaiser Family Foundation in 2018...