The Wall Street Journal: EPA to ease rules on methane emissions for oil-and-gas companies

The Wall Street Journal: EPA to ease rules on methane emissions for oil-and-gas companies
The Trump administration is about to propose its latest rollback of Obama-era climate rules, moving to ease requirements for oil-and-gas companies that were designed to limit leaks of the heat-trapping gas methane, administration officials said. The Environmental Protection Agency is planning to release on Wednesday a proposal that would make it easier for oil-and-gas companies to comply with rules designed to... Read More

If your boss has sexually harassed or bullied you, can you really trust HR?

If your boss has sexually harassed or bullied you, can you really trust HR?
Experts say that workplace bullying is disturbingly common. A big part of the problem is that there are very few places bullied and harassed employees can turn to for help. On Sunday, CBS CBS, -1.53%  announced that Moonves would resign following a report from the New Yorker that detailed alleged incidents of sexual misconduct and assault against six additional women.... Read More

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. talking with allies about ‘much stronger’ military strike on Syria

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. talking with allies about ‘much stronger’ military strike on Syria
WASHINGTON — The U.S. is working with France and the U.K. on plans for a coordinated military strike in Syria if the regime uses chemical weapons in an expected offensive against the country’s last major rebel haven, President Donald Trump’s national security adviser said. John Bolton warned Monday that a new attack by the Western allies would be much stronger... Read More

Why we keep hearing about once-famous TV actors in financial trouble

Why we keep hearing about once-famous TV actors in financial trouble
Just because actors star in reruns doesn’t mean they’re cashing big checks. Two actors from classic shows have been in the headlines in recent days because of their respective money woes. Geoffrey Owens, who played Bill Cosby’s son-in-law in “The Cosby Show,” was photographed bagging groceries at a New Jersey Trader Joe’s, and Dawn Wells, who played Mary Ann in... Read More

Personal Finance Daily: Why we keep hearing about once-famous TV actors in financial trouble and can you always trust HR

Personal Finance Daily: Why we keep hearing about once-famous TV actors in financial trouble and can you always trust HR
Happy Monday, MarketWatchers. Here are some of the day’s top stories to kick off the week. Personal Finance The final insult for desperate job seekers: Employers doing credit checks A new working paper demonstrates how pre-employment credit screenings perpetuate the ‘poverty trap.’ Serena Williams got angry at the U.S. Open final and paid a heavy price—working women say this sounds... Read More