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Supreme Court to hear another arbitration argument

The Supreme Court will consider a plea from companies that cater to people with bad credit to keep disputes with their customers out of court and in the more business-friendly forum of arbitration. Full story

Foster youth's stolen IDs getting more attention

Dominic McGee was born to a mother addicted to drugs and taken away from her to live in a series of five foster homes where authorities assumed he'd be safe. Instead, he says he was subjected to physical and sexual abuse and even threatened with castration as a form of discipline. Full story

3 new personal finance tools worth a look

April is almost over. But before financial literacy month draws to a close, here are a few new resources to help you get more informed and make better financial decisions. Full story

Credit scores, in sickness and in health

One perk of marrying into royalty? Kate Middleton isn't up at night worrying about Prince William's credit score. Full story

Ark. AG sues firm claiming to fix credit history

Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel says he has sued a Texas-based company claiming to offer a quick fix for a damaged credit history, and illegally collecting fees in advance. Full story

It's the season to clean up finances

   Spring cleaning doesn't mean just cleaning your house, it's also a good time to get your money straight. TODAY's Lester Holt talks to Lynnette Khalfani-Cox of about how to clean up your credit report, organize financial documents and tackle holiday debt.

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  Money 911: Safeguarding your finances

A team of experts led by CNBC’s Sharon Epperson answers viewer questions about personal finance, protecting yourself from bank account fraud and more.