Meet the Man Who Has Spent $70,000 Playing a Mobile Game Sony’s mobile role-playing game “Fate/Grand Order” takes up most of 31-year-old Daigo’s time—and a lot of his money: His in-game purchases total more than $70,000. It’s worth it, he says. Devotees like Daigo have made “Fate/Grand Order” Sony’s most profitable game ever.
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 07:39:04 GMT Health Care in America: Insurance Gaps and Medical Deserts In Trenton, Tenn., and similar rural communities around the country, many residents are underinsured or uninsured and struggle with medical costs, often forgoing care. This burdens local hospitals, which in turn close or scale back care, putting patients at risk. Photo: Clara Ritger/The Wall Street Journal
Wed, 21 Feb 2018 16:23:02 GMT Why Next Year's Tax Refund May Bring You Extra Dough Under the new tax law approved by Congress, the standard deduction is going up and the personal exemption is going away. But these changes won't be visible until your 2019 returns. WSJ's Richard Rubin explains the recipe behind the changes that are coming to your tax bill.
Thu, 15 Feb 2018 11:00:00 GMT Student Debt in America and the Hope of Affordable Education Student debt in the U.S. has reached record levels, making higher education out of reach for many people. In New York City, a program called ASAP is gaining national attention for helping students earn a college degree and escape the burden of loans they would struggle to repay. Photo: Emily B. Hager/The Wall Street Journal