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    More On: Coronavirus What pandemic? New York’s coronavirus rate dips to new national low Remote workers put in longer hours but were less efficient, study says Stay protected while traveling with the first and only FDA-cleared mask Global COVID-19 deaths this year surpass 2020 totals Suicide attempts by adolescent girls surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, worsening as the second...
    Residential single family homes construction by KB Home are shown under construction in the community of Valley Center, California, June 3, 2021.Mike Blake | Reuters If the Federal Reserve's view on inflation prevails, a few key things have to go right, particularly when it comes to getting people back to work. Solving the jobs puzzle has been the most vexing...
    Crystal Cox/Insider Hospital visits for suspected suicide attempts rose among teens throughout the pandemic.  Teen girls were hit hardest, with rates 51% higher in February and March 2021 than the same time in 2019. Mitigation measures, isolation, and a disruption of future plans could contribute.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The pandemic has taken a dramatic...
    New York (CNN Business)Campbell Soup is raising the prices it charges stores for its products in response to rising supply chain costs.The maker of namesake soup brands and snacks like Goldfish crackers, Milano cookies and Snyder's pretzels reported Wednesday that profit fell 5% to $160 million during the three months ending May 2, compared with the same stretch last year."Our...
    Despite there being laws in place against it, companies that value homes for sale or refinancing often discriminate. Multiple cases have been reported in which people of color have noted that their homes were valued for less money based on a racial bias the appraiser had. In many situations, these homeowners even noted that during a second appraisal, staging their home to...
    VIDEO1:2201:22Pandemic hammers higher educationThe Exchange The coronavirus crisis has had a devastating impact on many families' finances. And some students were forced to sacrifice college as a result.   One quarter of last year's high-school graduates delayed their college plans, according to a survey from Junior Achievement and Citizens, largely because their parents or guardians were less able to provide...
    Scott Mlyn | CNBC Futures contracts tied to the major U.S. stock indexes ticked higher at the start of the overnight session Wednesday evening after the S&P 500 retreated from record levels during the regular session. Contracts tied to the Dow added 34 points, while those pegged to the S&P 500 rose about 0.1%. Nasdaq 100 futures advanced about 0.2%....
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.NYSE U.S. stock index futures advanced during overnight trading, after the major averages finished Tuesday's session in the red. Futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 27 points. S&P 500 futures rose 0.05%, while Nasdaq 100 futures were up 0.04%. The major averages pulled back from record...
    Pregnant women who drink even just a moderate amount of caffeine risk giving birth to a small baby, US researchers reveal.  Expectant women who consumed the caffeine equivalent of as little as half a cup of coffee a day on average had slightly smaller babies than pregnant women who did not consume caffeinated beverages, they found.  Smaller birth size can...
    Traders on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeSource: NYSE Futures contracts tied to the major U.S. stock indexes inched higher at the start of the overnight session Wednesday evening after pressure on technology stocks sent the Nasdaq Composite down 2% during the regular session. Dow futures rose 30 points, while contracts tied to the S&P 500 rose less...
    Women were more likely to crave comfort foods in response to stress during the pandemic, a new study suggests. A study published in the journal "Appetite," found that the stress-induced pandemic resulted in higher consumption of sugar and fatty foods, particularly among women (iStock).  The study, published in the journal "Appetite," found that the stress-induced pandemic resulted in higher consumption...
    New York (CNN Business)A year after the pandemic shut down the US economy, America's workers are still hurting. For the past 12 months, first-time claims for jobless benefits have been higher than during the worst moments of the Great Recession.Economists, politicians and workers alike are hoping that the continued vaccine rollout and warmer weather that allows more outdoor social activities...
    ANDREW Cuomo's aides rewrote a report by health officials to hide the higher nursing home death toll as the New York Governor began penning his boastful book. Cuomo's senior aides rewrote a report written by health officials during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to documents and interviews reviewed by the New York Times. 1Cuomo's senior aides reportedly rewrote a report written...
    By Sruthi Shankar and Ambar Warrick March 3 (.) – European stocks were unchanged on Wednesday, but with gains in sectors sensitive to the economic cycle, offsetting a rise in bond yields after investors raised their inflation expectations for the year. anus. * Auto and travel stocks were the best performers of the day, while UK stocks rose after Finance...
    Soldiers who are exposed to explosions on the battlefield are at increased risk of developing Alzheimer's, scientists have found. Shockwaves from blasts can damage the connections between neurons and the hippocampus, the region of the brain responsible for memory and social function.  People in close proximity to bombs can suffer brain damage but researchers say the new finding indicates people...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia’s Department of Health is set to open its third COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday. It will open at the University of the Sciences in West Philadelphia. On Thursday, Eyewitness News was at the Community Academy of Philadelphia Charter School on Erie Avenue in Juniata Park as the city opened its second clinic. READ MORE: Philadelphia Expected...
    Yale investigation: MIT graduate student a person of interest, New Haven police say Call between Biden and Chinas Xi portends rocky road in post-Trump era 4 High-Yield Dividend Stocks You Can Safely Buy If the Market Crashes It's not a matter of if the stock market will crash again; it's simply a matter of when. © Provided by The...
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    BEHIND the closed doors of the Covid wards in hospitals across London lie scenes reminiscent of a war zone. Exhausted doctors are having to choose which dying patients to treat. Breathless elderly folk wait alone on trolleys in corridors. Fleets of ambulances bearing ever greater numbers of Covid casualties queue endlessly outside. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the...
    The coronavirus pandemic has dealt a double blow to older adults — not only are they more likely to face severe illness from COVID-19, but they’re also in danger of suffering from the social isolation that circumstances demand. A report from the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) done in the early months of the pandemic found that...
    Supreme Court continues to block state COVID-19 restrictions on religious gatherings Biden campaigns for Georgia Senate Democrats following electoral college victory Retailers have a message for shoppers: buy now or pay higher shipping fees if you want your presents delivered for the holidays © AP ASSOCIATED PRESS Load Error NEW YORK (AP) — A number of retailers, including...
    Colleges and universities are asking congressional leaders to appropriate $120 billion toward higher education to offset “massive new expenses” because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. “The situation currently facing America’s colleges and universities is a crisis of almost unimaginable magnitude,” said a letter signed by Ted Mitchell, president of the American Council on Education, on behalf of dozens of higher...
    Colleges and universities are asking congressional leaders to appropriate $120 billion toward higher education to offset “massive new expenses” because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. “The situation currently facing America’s colleges and universities is a crisis of almost unimaginable magnitude,” said a letter signed by Ted Mitchell, president of the American Council on Education, on behalf of dozens of higher...
    Secretary of Education Betsy DeVosElizabeth (Betsy) Dee DeVosAnti-bullying scholarship program offers 'Hope' for students — and school choice National reading, math tests postponed to 2022 amid coronavirus surge Women set to take key roles in Biden administration MORE knocked the push for free college as a “socialist takeover of higher education” during an online conference Tuesday. DeVos criticized the push...
    LAS VEGAS (AP) — The coronavirus pandemic is prompting Nevada's public higher education system to continue allowing students the option to receive satisfactory/unsatisfactory grades instead of being scored on traditional letter grades through the current academic year. Nevada System of Higher Education made the decision covering all eight public universities and colleges after many students requested the grading option because...
    New York Pulls Country Club’s License Over ‘Superspreader’ Wedding Beyond Meat reverses losses, jumps 9% after it says it co-created McDonalds new plant-based burger Stanley Druckenmiller says he wouldnt want to be short market, sees stock rotation continuing "I certainly wouldn't want to be net short the market," said billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller. Druckenmiller's comments came as U.S....
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Smaller turkeys, boneless breasts and more ham is expected to be on dinner tables this Thanksgiving. Cooked turkey in roasting pan with meat thermometer during the preparation of a traditional American Thanksgiving holiday meal, San Ramon, California. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images) As with everything else this year, Walmart and Butterball is expecting the traditional Thanksgiving...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – The United States had 299,028 more deaths than expected between Jan. 26 and Oct. 3, with two out of three due to COVID-19, a new report released by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows. The largest percentages of increases in what the CDC describes as “excess” deaths were among adults ages 25 to 44...
    Deeply disturbing: Feds charge six extremists in domestic terror plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, create civil war Youll Probably See Smaller Turkeys In Stores Ahead Of Thanksgiving This Year Coronavirus Tipping Guide: How Experts Say You Should Tip During The Pandemic Becky Beach, a blogger and part-time Instacart shopper, has been braving crowds and potential COVID-19 exposure...
    Domino’s reported a smaller-than-expected profit Thursday as high pandemic-related costs and staff bonuses offset a jump in demand for pizzas during the coronavirus crisis, sending the company’s shares down about 8 percent. The world’s largest pizza chain has thrived during the health crisis as diners staying at home craved more comfort food, but the growth came at a cost...
    Domino’s reported a smaller-than-expected profit Thursday as high pandemic-related costs and staff bonuses offset a jump in demand for pizzas during the coronavirus crisis, sending the company’s shares down about 8 percent. The world’s largest pizza chain has thrived during the health crisis as diners staying at home craved more comfort food, but the growth came at a cost as...
    South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham could be in trouble on Election Day. With roughly 27 days until the Nov. 3 election, the Republican lawmaker, who was first elected to the Senate in 2002, is now in a "toss-up" race against Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison, according to the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, which is dedicated to tracking and polling political campaigns....
    Demonstrators on Sunday marched to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ Beverly Hills mansion, protesting company working conditions during the COVID-19 crisis and calling for higher wages, free healthcare and child care for employees. Protesters rallied at Will Rogers Memorial Park in Beverly Hills, then marched to the gates of Bezos’ home, carrying signs and chanting “Tax Bezos.” The demonstration was...
    Voters across the country are once again cozying up to their neighbors to the north. Google Trends shows that less than an hour into Tuesday's presidential debate between President Trump and Vice President Joe Biden, queries such as "move to Canada" and "how to apply for Canadian citizenship" skyrocketed to their highest levels in years. Searches for Canadian...
    VIDEO4:1204:12As JPMorgan downgrades Beyond Meat, chart indicates stock's next moveTrading Nation JPMorgan has lost its appetite for Beyond Meat. The firm downgraded its stock to underweight on Friday, with analysts still believing in its long-term potential but arguing that its valuation has exceeded what they deem rational. Shares have rallied nearly 100% this year and surged almost 500% since its...
    VIDEO2:4302:43Trading Nation: Peloton set to report earnings—Two experts on what to expectTrading Nation Peloton is moving higher into earnings. The stock is up 13% this week, adding to a more than 400% rally since the March lows, ahead of the fitness equipment maker's earnings on Thursday afternoon. Cowen and Goldman Sachs grew even more bullish on Peloton on Wednesday, tying...
    Employers are being forced to pay unexpectedly higher wages to recruit during the coronavirus crash, despite high unemployment numbers, says a September 6 report by Bloomberg. Under the subheadline, “Factory Owners Hiking Pay to Lure Workers Even With Jobless Rate,” Bloomberg reported September 6: Staffing firm Hire Dynamics, based in a north Atlanta suburb, has orders to fill more open...
    The number of Americans reporting symptoms of depression has more than tripled during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new study. The nationally representative 1,400-person survey conducted between March 31 and April 13 of this year found that prior to the pandemic, only nine percent of respondents reported depressive symptoms. However, once the pandemic took hold of the United...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s energy plan would cause “massive rolling blackouts and higher energy costs” similar to what is seen in California, said Chuck DeVore, the vice president of national initiatives at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. “California gets 33% of its electricity from unreliable renewable sources like solar and wind. By law, that has to go to 60% in only...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are edging higher in early trading on Wall Street Monday, giving the S&P 500 another shot at its record high. The benchmark index was up 0.3% in the first few minutes of trading, just a couple of points below the all-time closing high it reached back in February. Tech stocks were once again leading the...
    gold markets They started Friday’s session with a small downward differential but then turned around. The shape of the last two candles suggests to me that this market could go higher and what we have seen this Friday could be explained simply by a cut in positions to reduce the exposure to the market during the weekend. Overall I think...
    With several days of extremely hot temperatures in the forecast, a statewide Flex Alert calling for Californians to voluntarily turn off their lights and help conserve electricity was issued for Friday.In light of the anticipated heat, the state's power grid operator is predicting an increase in the demand for electricity, "primarily from residential air conditioning use,' according to the California...
    US coronavirus: Mental health access is vital during pandemic, experts say Theres a Reason Why You Haven’t Been Able to Find Dr. Pepper on Grocery Store Shelves Stock futures inch higher after S&P 500 closes just under a record Futures contracts tied to the major U.S. stock indexes inched higher in extended trading Wednesday evening, hours after the S&P...
    Florida sheriff bans his deputies and office visitors from wearing masks on a day his county broke records for Covid-19 deaths Taco Bell fans rush to order potatoes one last time before the chain eliminates 12 beloved menu items this week Stock Market Today With Jim Cramer: Roku Can Rise Higher The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq...
    Win McNamee/Getty Images According to a New York Times analysis of data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there have been 207,000 excess deaths in the United States during the coronavirus pandemic, much higher than the current total of 161,000 confirmed deaths. While President Donald Trump’s supporters tend to believe that coronavirus deaths have been exaggerated, and Trump himself...
    Choosing whether to reopen schools is a matter of life or death 5 CDC Safety Guidelines That Way Too Many Restaurants Are Ignoring U.S. stocks close higher after Fed keeps interest rates near zero, Powell vows to keep up support during pandemic MARKET SNAPSHOT © Getty Images Behind the mask: Fed Chairman Jerome Powell Stocks finished higher Wednesday, after...
    Seniesa Estrada outlines path to be recognized as one of the best in womens boxing You Can Get a Black Ceramic Tree on Amazon for a Classic Halloween Piece Restaurant CEO Sees Menus Offerings Staying Lean Post-Pandemic (Bloomberg) -- Restaurants slashed their menus early in the coronavirus pandemic to preserve cash. It worked so well, some companies are now...
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