The Defender Digital Editions

April 21, 2016

 

  • Local Newstalk: Mayor proposes solution to budget shortfall; Deputy recovering from ambush
  • National: CBC chair alarmed by missed budget deadline; Supreme Court hears immigration arguments
  • Essence names best colleges for Black students; Texas’ gender wage gap costs women $37 billion
  • Entertainment: ‘Jungle Book’ new twist on classic film
  • Pro & College Sports: Area colleges tune up in spring games
  • High School Sports: Worthings’s Jones perseveres for the Colts
  • Top Events: Elliott-Chandler Foundation Gala; Chic Children for a Cause; Mayor Visits KIPP Sunnyside
  • Financial Special Edition: 5 keys to financial literacy; 5 Tips on shopping for a mortgage; JPMorgan Chase Bank-The pathway to good paying jobs; Make money work: Investment FAQs; Wells Fargo Bank-Keys to retirement: saving early, consistently
  • Center Fold: Personal loans 101; Choose the right tools for your financial goals; Is an installment loan for you? Know loan language; About car title loans
  • 10 cyber security tips for banking, shopping; Capital One Bank-Using credit wisely; 8 things to know about buying life insurance; Common insurance terms; BB&T Bank- Serving local business communities

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