Personal Finance Daily: How to keep airlines from losing your luggage, and hacking the stock exchanges

Hello, MarketWatchers.

How vulnerable are the U.S. stock markets to hackers?

U.S. stock exchanges are 67% more likely to report experiencing a cyberattack than those elsewhere.

5 ways to keep your luggage safe

Ship it, shrink it, track it.

Obama administration extends Pell grants to prisoners

Congress barred prisoners in federal and state facilities from using Pell Grants – the up to $5,775 per-year the government awards to low-income students to pay for college – in 1994 as part of a larger package of tough-on-crime legislation.

Nearly two-thirds of American workers don’t take paid parental leave

Americans appear reluctant to take time off without pay when they are starting a family because they’re scared of losing their jobs.

What to do when the manicurist leaves you bleeding?

Our moneyologist guides a reader after her Sweeney Todd-like experience.

Four things to try before you buy

Take some trial classes at the gym so you know you like it enough to actually show up after the first few weeks.

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