Port Authority May Have Tracked Down Woman Who Left Large Sum Of Money On BusThe Port Authority may have made some progress on tracking down a rider who left a large sum of money on a bus.
TD Bank Could Pay $9 Million To Coin-Counting Machine Users In Class-Action LawsuitTD Bank customers were allegedly shortchanged by nearly 1,200 "Penny Arcade" coin-counting machines up until 2016.
Rare Penny Is Worth Thousands Of DollarsA rare coin, minted in 1943, is made entirely of copper and could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
How Do Americans Spend Their Tax Refund?According to a survey, most Americans seem to be responsible when it comes to spending their tax refund.
Americans Would Choose Money Over True Love, According To A SurveyAccording to a survey, Americans are more likely to choose a million dollars over true love even around Valentine's Day.
Vegans Want 'Fat-Free' UK 5-Pound Bank NoteThe Bank of England's new plastic 5-pound note is stronger, cleaner and safer - but apparently not suitable for vegetarians.
Consumer Reports: Living In A Cashless SocietyMobile payments can generate a mountain of digital data that can tell lots about us that we may not want people to know.
Harriet Tubman To Replace Andrew Jackson On $20 BillThe Treasury Department says that Harriet Tubman will now be the new face of the $20 bill.
Pittsburgh Launches Website To Show Residents, Businesses If They’re Owed MoneyPittsburgh is holding $90,000, and City Controller Michael Lamb says that money belongs to the taxpayers.
Pittsburgh Promise Making Changes To Scholarships ProgramThe Pittsburgh Promise has been helping students with scholarships for nearly a decade.
Wolf Veto Message Outlines Reasons He Rejected GOP's BudgetPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's veto message to state lawmakers says the budget they've just sent him doesn't spend enough on education and will make the state's deficit worse.
House To Consider Changes To Pa. Public Sector Pension PlansProposals to move Pennsylvania's newly hired public school employees and state workers into a 401(k)-style retirement plan and to privatize liquor sales faced state lawmakers Monday, less than two days before the annual budget deadline.

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