Oil prices are surging — these eight stocks are still bargains for long-term investors

The combination of underinvestment in new oil wells and rising demand underscores what might be a long period of high prices for energy commodities. Meanwhile, many oil and gas stocks are still trading at low valuations to expected earnings despite a sector-wide rally stretching back to the end of 2020. Even though the energy sector … Read more

‘Travel rewards are often more lucrative than cash back.’ Take this 5-question quiz to see if a travel rewards card is right for you

Is a travel rewards credit card the right option for you? Getty Images With more than 6 in 10 US adults are likely to take at least one vacation this summer, according to a new study from Bankrate, you may be wondering if now’s the time to apply for a credit card with travel perks. … Read more

‘Travel rewards are often more lucrative than cash back.’ Take this 5-question quiz to see if a travel rewards card is right for you

Is a travel rewards credit card the right option for you? Getty Images With more than 6 in 10 US adults are likely to take at least one vacation this summer, according to a new study from Bankrate, you may be wondering if now’s the time to apply for a credit card with travel perks. … Read more

‘Travel rewards are often more lucrative than cash back.’ Take this 5-question quiz to see if a travel rewards card is right for you

Is a travel rewards credit card the right option for you? Getty Images With more than 6 in 10 US adults are likely to take at least one vacation this summer, according to a new study from Bankrate, you may be wondering if now’s the time to apply for a credit card with travel perks. … Read more

‘Corrupt to core’ British Virgin Islands premier gets bond in drug-smuggling case

MIAMI — The premier of the British Virgin Islands, whom US prosecutors described as “corrupt to the core,” was given a $500,000 bond that could see him released from prison as he awaits trial on charges tied to a US narcotics sting. In a surprise decision, federal court Judge Alicia Otazo-Reyes rejected prosecutors’ argument that … Read more

How Overturning Roe v. Wade Would Complicate Insurance Coverage for Abortions

The end of a constitutionally protected right to abortion in the US could push more large employers to pay for travel for out-of-state abortions, creating a thicket of insurance workarounds and uneven access, as around two dozen states would likely institute abortion bans if Roe v. Wade is overturned. States have significant power to limit … Read more

Amazon, Yelp among companies that will cover abortion travel costs for employees

After several states including Texas and Oklahoma passed restrictive abortion laws, some companies, among them Amazon, Citigroup and Yelp, have told employees that they will cover their travel costs for abortion access. And in light of the leaked draft opinion revealing the Supreme Court intends to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark case that legalized … Read more

5 credit card perks to consider (one saved this pro $299 on an Apple Watch fix)

Do you have credit card perks you don’t know about? Getty Images Most of us are familiar with traditional credit card rewards like points, airline miles and cash back, but there are actually a bunch of unexpected perks that most people don’t even realize exist. We asked credit card experts to share their favorite overlooked … Read more

5 Essential Tips for Planning Your Summer Vacation. Number 1: Book Now

IT’S SHAPING UP to be a hot summer for traveling—and a thorny one. According to the US Travel Association (USTA), 85% of Americans plan to travel this season, which means crowded roads and airports. “After two years of travel cancellations or delays, there’s so much excitement about getting back out there to travel again,” said … Read more

5 Essential Tips for Planning Your Summer Vacation. Number 1: Book Now

IT’S SHAPING UP to be a hot summer for traveling—and a thorny one. According to the US Travel Association (USTA), 85% of Americans plan to travel this season, which means crowded roads and airports. “After two years of travel cancellations or delays, there’s so much excitement about getting back out there to travel again,” said … Read more