Happy Tuesday, MarketWatchers! Don’t miss these top stories:
How millennials could change the culture of sexual harassment
Workers’ expectations about the workplace are changing.
How driverless cars could save lives even sooner than we think
RAND Corporation researchers used computer modeling to evaluate the safety of driverless cars.
Why students at two prestigious schools are pushing administrators to tackle hunger on campus
Students are going on a hunger strike.
Medicaid expansion saved 50,000 people from bankruptcy in 2 years
Expansion of the government-funded health insurance program had big effects on finances, a new study found.
How honest family conversations can help students avoid regretting their college debt
Parents and kids struggle to discuss the true cost of college.
Think you’re safe with antivirus software? Think again
It helps against hacks, but doesn’t provide the invincibility that many users believe it does.
What to buy and what to avoid on Black Friday
It won’t be all bargains Nov. 24. Steer clear of the duds and get the best deals after Thanksgiving.
10 DIY ways to spruce up your home
If you’re willing to get a little dirty, these projects will help you update your home without breaking your budget.
After International Red Cross admits $6 million in Ebola aid stolen: How to vet charities
Be cautious about where to donate in wake of a tragedy.
Why Apple’s iPhone X is bad — for the environment
The $999 phone reportedly breaks very easily.
Elsewhere on MarketWatch
Republican says donors are telling him to pass tax bill or stop calling them
Rep. Chris Collins of New York is under pressure to get a tax bill passed, and offered a candid answer on Tuesday about who’s pushing him to get it done.
Here are the winners and losers of the tax plan, by income bracket
Where the big money is (and isn’t) made across the United States
This map of the United States, courtesy of cost-estimating website HowMuch.net, might not offer much in the way of surprises, but it gives a nice overview on who’ s making what across the country.
One in five would see tax hike in a decade under Republican bill, congressional analysis finds
About one in five taxpayers would face a tax hike in a decade under the bill being debated in the House of Representatives, according to a new study by congressional analysts.
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