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    Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.Source: NYSE U.S. stock futures were steady in overnight trading on Sunday as investors digested the S&P 500's record level heading into a week with a key Federal Reserve meeting. Dow futures rose 23 points. S&P 500 futures rose 0.09% and Nasdaq 100 futures added 0.14%. The Fed's two-day policy meeting...
    DENVER (CBS4) – It’s a first in the state of Colorado in the modern weather record. The National Weather Service in Grand Junction has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for parts of the western slope starting at noon on Monday and lasting until midnight on Friday. The forecast calls for high temperatures to reach between 100 and 110 degrees for...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Despite graduating during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Minnesota’s high school senior class of 2020 set a graduation rate record. The Minnesota Department of Education announced Thursday that the overall graduation rate last year for Minnesota’s high school seniors was 83.8%, a slight increase over the 2019 graduation rate. The new record continues an...
    ENGLAND'S NHS waiting list has topped 5million for the first time since records began, new figures have revealed. Over a quarter of a million Brits have waited more than a year to start hospital treatment, data from NHS England showed. 2The NHS waiting list has topped five million for the first time since records began in 2007, new data has...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Wednesday will be the fifth consecutive day with temperatures reaching into the 90s which is unusual for early this early in the season. The average first 90 degree day of the year in Denver is not until June 10. (source: CBS) Similar to recent days, temperatures will stay below records on Wednesday despite being at least 10 degrees...
    A record number of Americans find abortion to be morally acceptable, according to a new Gallup poll.  A total of 47 percent of respondents in the survey published Wednesday said that think abortion is morally acceptable, with 46 percent saying they find it to be morally wrong.    The percentage of Americans who now say abortion is morally acceptable is the highest Gallup...
    In this article WEN CLOV .DJI .SPX Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.NYSEStock futures were flat in overnight trading on Tuesday after Wall Street appeared range-bound near its record levels. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average were little changed. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures also held steady. The S&P 500 and...
    Americans quit their jobs at an unprecedented rate in April, with the heaviest bout of quitting hitting restaurants and hotels. Nearly four million Americans voluntarily left their jobs in April, the highest monthly figure ever recorded in data going back to the turn of the century. On a seasonally adjusted basis, 3.952 million Americans quit. Unadjusted, 4.023 million quit. Prior...
    Support for same-sex marriage in the U.S. has reached a new high of 70%, according to a poll published Tuesday by the analytics and advisory company Gallup. The percentage, which is the highest reported figure in the company's history of conducting the poll, marks a 10% increase from 2015, when the Supreme Court ruled for same-sex marriages to be recognized across...
    (CNN)A record 70% of Americans support legal recognition of same-sex marriage, according to a new Gallup poll. That's the highest level of support seen since Gallup starting tracking the subject in 1996, when just 27% of Americans were in favor of legal recognition.The current 70% also marks a 10 percentage point increase since 2015, when the Supreme Court ruled same-sex...
    Job openings soared to a record high at the end of April, the labor Labor Department said Tuesday, adding to fears about unfulfilled demand for workers. The number of available jobs rose by about 1 million to 9.3 million, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, the highest number since the agency began...
    Job openings in April soared to a new record high, with 9.3 million vacancies coming as the economy rapidly recovered from its pandemic depths. The standard set in April was well above the 8.3 million in March that itself was a new series high going back to 2000 for the Labor Departments Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey. Federal Reserve...
    YouTube/El Paso County Sheriff Casey Garcia in a YouTube video posing as her 13-year-old daughter./Casey Garcia's mugshot. Casey Garcia is a Texas mom who said on YouTube videos she was posing as her daughter at her high school to reveal security threats, leading to her arrest. Garcia posted three videos on YouTube including a video to document...
    AccuWeather meteorologists are predicting the first heat wave of the year for the northeastern United States after Memorial Days unofficial start of summer was marred by rain and record cold. Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and Boston hit 90 degrees Saturday while New York Citys Central Park reached a high of 89 degrees. Newark and New Jersey reached record-highs of 94 at the start...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Sunday will be mostly sunny and hot with a high around 90, perhaps warmer in spots.It'll turn more humid late in the day and stay muggy into next week.The heat has triggered an air quality warning through Sunday evening. If you're in a sensitive group or if you have a heart or a lung condition, you'll...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Get ready for record-breaking heat this weekend, as temperatures are looking to near 100 degrees in parts of Minnesota. Temperatures on Friday started out around 78 degrees, which is above-average in the Twin Cities. The humidity levels are low for now, though they will go up on Friday night into Saturday morning. RELATED: NOAA Outlook: Hotter-Than-Average Summer On The...
    For the Star Tribune, Libor Jany, Alex Chhith and Paul Walsh write: “Law enforcement officers shot and killed a man during an attempted arrest Thursday afternoon in Minneapolis’ Uptown neighborhood, sources said. The U.S. Marshals Service said members of its task force had closed in on the man, suspected of being a felon in possession of a gun. The suspect,...
    A heat wave swept through California’s Central and Sacramento valleys this week, setting temperature records and prompting heat advisories, even as coastal regions remained temperate. The thermometer spike from Fresno to Sacramento was spurred by a high-pressure area in the form of a warm dome of air that formed over the Pacific Ocean and pushed inland over the state,...
    A massive gamma-ray blast more than a billion light years from Earth is the largest explosion in the Universe ever captured on camera by astronomers. The explosive event was the death of a star and the start of its transformation into a black hole, according to experts from the German Electron Synchrotron in Hamburg. This was a massive gamma-ray burst, made...
    The number of antisemitic incidents in the UK has “surpassed anything we have seen before”, according to a leading Jewish charity. The Community Security Trust (CST) recorded 351 antisemitic incidents between May 8th and the 31st. This three-week figure is higher than in any month as a whole since records began, the Jewish charity said. The previous record for antisemitic incidents...
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    The Bovespa Index, the Sao Paulo stock exchange, hit a record high for the third consecutive day on Tuesday on the news that Brazil’s GDP had increased by 1.2 percent in the first quarter of 2021 — a particularly stunning achievement given the severity of the Chinese coronavirus outbreak in the country. President Jair Bolsonaro, a conservative, has regularly opposed...
    Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.Source: NYSE The pandemic era has been great for hedge funds, which have seen their assets boom to a record amid high hopes for the economy and huge government spending. Total assets for the industry swelled to $4.07 trillion as of the end of March, according to the most recent data...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Good morning. Plenty of sunshine is expected today but as we start off we will have some patchy fog around. The fog should burn off by 10:00 a.m. and will leave us with plenty of sun for the rest of the morning and a big chunk of the afternoon. READ MORE: Allegheny Co. Police Investigating After Man...
    Mount Everest climber Ada Tsang Yin-hung broke the previous record for the fastest ascent by a female climber by a full 14 hours. Sam Tsang/South China Morning Post via Getty Images Ada Tsang Yin-hung, a former teacher from Hong Kong, scaled Everest in 25 hours and 50 minutes. This was Tsang's third attempt at Everest. In 2017, she...
    Scotland’s department of public health has announced the highest abortion rate since records began in 1968, thanks to a jump in at-home chemical abortions. In 2020, Scotland registered a record 13,815 abortions, which represents a rate of 13.4 abortions per thousand women aged 15 to 44, up from 13.2 the previous year, the Christian Institute reported Saturday. During the coronavirus...
    A key measure of inflation accelerated to a faster-than-expected 3.1 percent annual gain in April, the Commerce Department reported Friday. The last time the core personal consumption expenditures index hit 3.1 percent was in May of 1992, when George H. W. Bush was president and inflation was still recovering from the stagflationary 1970s era. Federal Reserve officials consider core...
    Sales of new homes plummeted more than expected in April. Sales fell to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 863,000 last month, the Commerce Department reported Tuesday. That followed a revised sales pace of 917,000 in March, down from the initially reported 1.021 million sales. April’s figure is 5.9 percent lower than the revised March figure and 15.5 percent lower...
    Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia and other liberal cities are facing a dramatic rise in violence which has forced the city leaders to reevaluate their stance on defunding the police, a Sunday report says. Protesters that engulfed the nation’s streets in summer 2020 following George Floyd‘s death clamored for taking funds away from police departments in favor of other...
    Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Play Ex Uber CEO Travis Kalanick in Upcoming Showtime Anthology Series Amazon Deal to Acquire MGM to Come as Soon as Tuesday Basketball Hall of Famer and Broadcast Analyst for Inside the NBA Shaquille O'Neal and four-time Olympic Gold Medalist, four-time WNBA Champion and four-time World Cup Champion Sue Bird will announce the overall Male and Female Athletes of the Year for the Southwest Florida High School Sports Awards, presented by Babcock Ranch.  © USA...
    A record number of gun sales along with the disruption to normal life by the coronavirus pandemic have contributed to a 25% surge in homicides and non-suicide-related shootings in 2020, according to a gun control advocacy group. "What we know is the year will be remembered for two conflicting, compounding public health crises — COVID-19 and gun violence," said Nick...
    Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban - who said in March the baseball team would accept Dogecoin as payment - called the crash over the weekend the start of the 'great unwind' Cryptocurrencies fought back on Monday following a weekend selloff that had been fueled by further signs of a Chinese crackdown on the emerging sector. Bitcoin jumped more than...
    (CNN)Record heat will make for a very toasty week in the eastern US well ahead of the first day of summer, with more than 80 record warm temperatures expected.High temperatures in many cities in the Southeast will be above 90 degrees this week, with little relief from the heat until at least this weekend, when temps will drop. The Northeast...
    Bitcoin recovered some ground overnight after slumping to half the level of its record high over the weekend. The price of the leading cryptocurrency fell as low as $31,180 on Sunday evening – down 52 per cent on the $64,829 it reached on 16 April, according to Coindesk figures. A sharp overnight bounce back from that trading low saw bitcoin...
    Parents are criticizing a move by a Florida high school to digitally alter yearbook photos of their daughters in an effort to cover up exposed skin. Several parents of students at Bartram Trail High School in St. Johns, Fla., told the St. Augustine Record that they believed school officials unfairly targeted girls with edits to yearbook photos that covered up areas...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pennsylvania’s gambling revenues hit a record high last month. The record high was fueled by sports betting and daily fantasy contests. The state generated more than $400 million in April, passing the record it set in March. Leaders say revenues were boosted by casinos reopening and offering traditional gaming, as well.
    Home prices across the U.S. are soaring as supply remains low and demand for housing has skyrocketed, squeezing first time buyers. The median existing-home price for all housing types in April was $341,600, up 19.1 percent from April 2020 when the median price was $286,800, the National Association of Realtors said. This is the highest price on record and beats last...
    On Wednesday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Brian Kilmeade Show,” Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) predicted that we will see “an all-time record high [of] illegal crossings this year on the southern border.” Daines said, “One of the underreported stories, Brian, that’s still not getting a whole lot of attention, what’s going on on the southern border. I mean, this is...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF/AP) — Lee Evans, the record-setting sprinter from San Jose State University who wore a black beret in a sign of protest at the 1968 Olympics, died Wednesday. He was 74. USA Track and Field confirmed Evans’ death. The San Jose Mercury News reported that Evans’ family had started a fundraiser in hopes of bringing him back...
    Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner fended off a primary challenge on Tuesday that tested his progressive, soft-on-crime policies against a record increase in homicides and gun violence in the city. The primary was seen as a major test for a wave of prosecutors elected on measures such as shorter probation, parole and a curtailing of cash bail whose cities. Krasner...
    India on Wednesday reported more coronavirus deaths in a single day than any other country at any time during the pandemic, while infections continued to spread through vast rural areas with weak health systems. The Health Ministry reported a record 4,529 deaths in the past 24 hours, driving India's confirmed fatalities to 283,248. It also reported 267,334 new infections, as...
    VIDEO2:0602:06Renovation projects take a dive despite record home equityPower Lunch Whether it's a kitchen remodel or dedicated work space, after a year of staying in, most homeowners have at least entertained the idea of a home renovation project. Yet anyone who has tried to tap their house for cash might be in for a surprise. Skyrocketing home prices have resulted...
    Getty There are few feats that Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry has yet to accomplish in 48 minutes on the hardwood, but he found one Sunday afternoon. In the team’s final game of the season, a victory over the Memphis Grizzlies that secured the 8th seed and a superior draw in the NBA’s postseason play-in tournament, Curry...
    Virginia drivers who drove to a Richmond gas station to fill up their gas tanks were left stunned after they witnessed a nightmarish price tag. The pump, for 87 unleaded, read a record-high $6.999 at the BP station on Williamsburg Road near Parker street. "I pulled in, I start pumping my gas, and then I realized I put $80 worth...
    The U.S. federal budget deficit rose to a record $1.9 trillion in the first seven months of the fiscal year, the Treasury Department said Wednesday. That is 30 percent above the $1.5 trillion deficit recorded in the first seven months of the previous fiscal year. The monthly budget deficit—which measures the excess of federal spending over revenues from taxes, fines,...
    (CNN)With the official start of summer just 39 days away, an unseasonably cold air mass is gripping a large area of the southeastern US, dropping temperatures 10 to 25 degrees below seasonal averages. For parts of the South, these temperatures are more in line with what you should expect in mid-March, not mid-May.From Wednesday into Thursday, as many as 32...
    Since the start of 2020, California is experiencing one of its hottest housing markets in recent history. Not only are many homes across the Golden State selling well above the asking price, they're also selling at record speeds.Although the trend began before the state's economy was rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic, it has accelerated in recent months."The recovery has been...
    In this article @CL.1 ETH.CM= CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, Jeff Cox breaks down this morning's JOLTS survey and the record high eight million open jobs. Plus, Pippa Stevens explains how last week's cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline is leading to fuel shortages and rising gas prices. Pipeline shutdown...