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The Best Big Bank In Every State
PNC Bank 56 Wells Fargo 43 Bank of America 129 U.S. Bank 35 U.S. Bank 560 U.S. Bank 133 People's United Bank 169 Wilmington Savings Fund Society 32 Citibank 16 Bank of America 506 Bank of America 157 First Hawaiian Bank 53 Washington Fede
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Best Big Bank (overall Winner)
NUMBER OF BRANCHES: 700 TIMELY RESPONSE TO COMPLAINTS: 100% RECENT TOP SAVINGS RATE: 0.9% FEE-FREE ATMS: 65,000+ MOBILE APP SCORE (1 TO 5 SCALE):
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GLOBAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF _ Nancy Cooper DEPUTY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF _ Diane Harris CREATIVE DIRECTOR _ Michael Goesele EDITORIAL DIRECTOR _ Hank Gilman DIGITAL DIRECTOR _ Laura Davis US NEWS DIRECTOR _ Juliana Pignataro MANAGING EDITOR _ Melissa Jewsbury OP
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Best Savings Account
The pandemic has sparked a big jump in the personal savings rate and online savings accounts—which offer higher-than-average interest rates, accessibility and safety—are a good choice for emergency funds. To identify a winner, Newsweek prioritized a
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The Archives
Newsweek wrote that federal marshals arrived at the University of Mississippi to maintain order as the school integrated in “an almost unbelievable turnback of history;” U.S. troops had occupied the same town in 1862. Just hours after James Meredith,
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Best Customer Service
COMPLAINTS WITH TIMELY RESPONSE: 100% MOBILE APP SCORE: 4.7 The winner took the top spot in more big-bank state rankings than any other financial institution in the database, dominating in the Midwest and Western regions. Number of state wins: 16 Mo
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Dissent
Sheree Barbour with other protesters on September 23 showing their disapproval of the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case. The death of Taylor, who was shot and killed by officers executing a search warrant in Louisville, has sparked prote
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The Best Small Bank In Every State
Bryant Bank 16 Mt. McKinley Bank 5 Commerce Bank of Arizona 4 Bank of England 6 Mechanics Bank 146 NBH Bank 48 Newtown Savings Bank 15 The Bank of Delmarva 4 City First Bank of D.C. 1 First Federal Bank 23 Queensborough National Bank & Trus
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The Ritual
On September 24, a group of Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men perform the “Tashlich” ritual in the coastal city of Netanya during which “sins are cast into the water to the fish.” The ceremony is performed before the Day of Atonement, or Yom Kippur, the most
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Best Small Bank(tie)
MOBILE APP SCORE (1 TO 5 SCALE): 4.75 MOBILE APP SCORE (1 TO 5 SCALE): 4.61 ■
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Reformers
Anti-government protesters hold their mobile phones aloft as they take part in a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok on September 19. Tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators joined together at Thailand’s royal palace in a huge rally calling for P
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Best Checking Account
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE FEE: $5, WAIVED WITH E-STATEMENTS ATM FEES: REIMBURSEMENTS OFFERED When the category is all about high rates, a winner has to deliver a stellar payout; interest-rate factors made up two-thirds of the total score for these accounts
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Revival
A boy grabs the horns of a cow by the marshes of the southern district of Chibayish in Dhi Qar province, about 120 kilometres northwest of the southern city of Basra, on September 23. Iraq’s southern marshes are blossoming thanks to a wave of eco-tou
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Accidentally Wes Anderson Around the World
You know it when you see it. Films such as The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Darjeeling Limited and Moonrise Kingdom all seem to look at life through a similar whimsical, nostalgic, pastel-hued lens. From a growing fan base of a million followers on Inst
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The Fight for the Latino Vote
THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE RIDES DISCONTENT with Donald Trump to lead in national polls, drawing support from two-thirds of Latino voters. That’s the story of Hillary Clinton, who looked set to win four years ago—until she didn’t. To the mounting terror
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Ewan McGregor
EWAN MCGREGOR RIDING AN ELECTRIC HARLEY INTO THE FUTURE IS EXACTLY what 2020 needs. From his breakthrough role in Trainspotting to playing Star Wars’ legendary Obi-Wan Kenobi, McGregor has won over legions of fans. Now he’s playing himself, back on a
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It’s Time To Pack The Court—again
THE REPUBLICAN HIJACKING OF the Supreme Court may actually turn out to be a good thing, but not for the reason you think. First there will have to be a war over packing the Court that will leave the institution bloodied and diminished—and that’s not
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A Numbers Game
Just because the number of Justices on the Supreme Court has held at nine for the past 151 years doesn’t mean it’s always been this way. For the first 80 years of the Republic, the number of judges on the nation’s highest court actually fluctuated up
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Tackle And Block
→ If President Donald Trump succeeds in appointing a successor to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the election—or, if he loses, in a lame-duck session—how might Democrats try to overcome the resulting clear conservative majority on the hi
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Rbg: In Her Own Words
“My mother told me two things constantly. One was to be a lady, and the other was to be independent. —FROM HER 2012 BOOK, MY OWN WORDS “WHEN I’M SOMETIMES ASKED, ‘WHEN WILL THERE BE ENOUGH [WOMEN ON THE SUPREME COURT]?’ I SAY, ‘WHEN THERE ARE NI
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The Conservative Legacy Of Rbg
With the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, we have lost one of our nation’s greatest legal minds. While she obviously was much beloved on the political left, we should not forget key aspects of her legacy that also resonated powerfully on the other sid
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Who Would Biden Pick?
There wasn’t a ton of mystery around President Donald Trump’s third Supreme Court pick because he has been releasing lists of potential nominees since before he was elected. Yet if Senate Democrats somehow secure the chance to nominate a replacement
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America’s Best Banks 2021
LIKE VIRTUALLY EVERY OTHER ASPECT OF OUR LIVES— work, school, shopping, leisure, you name it—the pandemic is changing the way Americans bank. And those changes, in turn, are creating a new set of challenges and opportunities when it comes to picking
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Museums You’ll Want to Immerse Yourself In
There is a museum for just about everything if you look hard enough, but these attractions take the traditional experience of passively viewing art and flip it on its head. They encourage visitors to interact with the exhibits—at a safe distance from
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Cecily Strong
FROM MELANIA TRUMP TO “THE GIRL YOU WISH YOU HADN’T STARTED A Conversation With at a Party,” Cecily Strong has created some of the most memorable characters on Saturday Night Live over the last eight years. A recent parody subject stands out; Fox New
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Newsweek International
GLOBAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF _ Nancy Cooper DEPUTY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF _ Diane Harris CREATIVE DIRECTOR _ Michael Goesele EDITORIAL DIRECTOR _ Hank Gilman DIGITAL DIRECTOR _ Laura Davis US NEWS DIRECTOR _ Juliana Pignataro MANAGING EDITOR _ Melissa Jewsbury OP
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The Archives
“Not many TV characters have entered our living rooms and our hearts like Friends,” said Newsweek. “The sitcom was a hit the minute it debuted….No wonder NBC is charging Super Bowl-size ad rates, about $2 million per 30-second spot, for the May final
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Honoring an Icon
Mourners pay their respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg outside the U.S. Supreme Court on September 19, 2020, a day after the Supreme Court Justice died from pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg’s passing will have a major impact on the dynamics of the election as
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Street Fighting
Protesters supporting police officers on Delmas highway in Port-au-Prince on September 14. Hundreds of Haitian police and supporters, many of them armed, sparked panic in the capital, setting cars on fire as they voiced their anger at the ruling part
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Passing the Baton
Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga reacts after he was elected as new head of Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) at the party’s leadership election on September 14. Suga later was officially elected prime minister by Japan’s Pa
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