NewsWatch: Why was the U.S. Postal Service at CES?

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As the U.S. government shutdown was about to become the longest on the record and many employees missed their paychecks Friday, U.S. Postal Service workers were roaming around a Las Vegas convention center hocking a smart mailbox. See full story.

Vanguard won’t let investors trade these 400 popular funds and securities — here’s why

The risky products are attracting scrutiny from regulators. See full story.

As stocks rally, most important skill traders need isn’t when to buy—it’s when (and what) to sell

The smart money would be better off choosing which stocks to sell at random. See full story.

Royal Caribbean has another gastroenteritis outbreak — passengers might feel ill (again) when they see what recourse they have

‘Don’t call us if you get sick on a cruise.’ — Miami-based cruise-industry lawyer Jim Walker. See full story.

A new nightmare for furloughed workers — preventing damage to their credit scores

The stakes are high for some federal employees during the government shutdown, especially those grappling with loans. See full story.

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Researchers looked at whether people who hold stringent views were willing to admit they were wrong. See full story.

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