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    Virtual caucus meetings, mask requirements and long, socially distanced votes are officially a thing of the past as Congress — and the U.S. at large — is starting to turn the page on the COVID-19 pandemic.  After returning from a three-week recess, House Democrats on Tuesday held their first in-person caucus meeting in more than a year. Lawmakers also returned...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Will we ever shake hands again? How about wearing masks? Can you work from home forever? Plenty of people are wondering what a post-pandemic world looks like. CBS4’s Hank Tester spoke with futurist Bruce Turkel to have some of those questions answered. READ MORE: Miami-Dade Once Again Accepting Applications For Rent Relief “It has been a year...
    Since the coronavirus invaded our lives 15 months ago, we’ve been on an emotional journey that took us through isolation and despair, anger and grief. Some of us felt envy when others got vaccinated before us, others encountered anxiety as the restrictions that kept us safe for a year were slowly lifted. Now, as we prepare for a...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Jeff Wagner covered a lot of ground tonight speaking with Allina Health psychologist Cheryl Bemel about easing back into social life and public outings now that COVID appears to be winding down. Dr. Bemel gave advice on how to make yourself more comfortable with yet another change and shared easy ways to enjoy public outings post-pandemic.
    Don’t miss these top money and investing features: Why stocks could tumble even as the post-pandemic U.S. economy grows The S&P 500 would be below 1,600 without these 3 pillars and those supports are now weakening Don’t get too optimistic about stock market rallies — they’ve been fizzling out What your breakfast...
    The Transportation Security Administration is so short on bodies that it's asking desk workers to help move things along amid staffing shortages at 235 airports across the country. Office workers were asked to volunteer at checkpoints on June 1 for at least 45 days, according to a May 30 memo obtained by the Washington Post. The employees will not screen...
    With plans to lift all COVID-10 capacity restrictions Friday, Illinois restaurants are entering another chapter. Many didn’t survive the pandemic, while others stayed afloat with government funding while offering curbside pickup. The Illinois Restaurant Association estimated 20% of the restaurants closed permanently. The National Restaurant Association has sent a blueprint for lawmakers to highlight ideas to accelerate the industry’s recovery....
    nortonrsx | iStock | Getty Images Americans are ready to start spending money to treat themselves — and 44% are willing to go into debt to do it, a report from CreditCards.com finds. Millennials, ages 24-40, are most likely to take on more debt (59%) followed by Gen Zers, ages 18-24, coming in at 56%. Only 40% of Gen Xers,...
    Martin Dimitrov | E+ | Getty Images It's tempting to go on a post-pandemic shopping spree. After a year of hunkering down, skipping vacations and restaurant dining, many Americans can't wait to start spending again. Just over 50% of U.S. consumers plan to spend extra money splurging or treating themselves, according to a May survey by McKinsey & Company. The...
    Clear principals Ken Cornick and Caryn Seidman-Becker.Clear CLEAR, the company best known for helping travelers zip through airport security lines, filed its IPO prospectus on Monday, and indicated that business is picking up as vaccinations increase. Revenue at the New York-based company rose 20% last year to $230.8 million. Net loss narrowed to $9.3 million from $54.2 million. The company...
    CUPERTINO (CBS SF / CNN) — Apple kicked off its annual developers conference on Monday by unveiling new features on iOS 15 that cater to our lives as the world begins to emerge from the pandemic, including updates to video calls on FaceTime and digital keys in Apple Wallet as people once again step outside their homes. On FaceTime, Apple will...
    In this article AMCA sign hangs outside of an AMC theater on June 01, 2021 in Skokie, Illinois.Scott Olson | Getty ImagesPeople are finally returning to cinemas. In back-to-back weekends, the domestic box office has lured moviegoers with a wide range of film titles, setting ticket sales records during the pandemic era. These box office receipts suggest that movie theaters...
    MoMo Productions | Stone | Getty Images LGBTQ small business owners are confident about their post-pandemic recovery, but more than 78% don't have a succession plan in place, according to a new CNBC + Acorns and NGLCC Small Business Owner Financial Health Survey. Since many small businesses are handed down generation to generation, that's really frightening, said Justin Nelson, co-founder...
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    As the economy reopens, a surge in demand and widespread shortages are driving prices higher for Bay Area residents. It’s the latest pain from the COVID-19 pandemic: A paycheck isn’t going as far as it did before. From food to flights, Bay Area prices are up 3.8% from a year ago. “Newly vaccinated people are spending, so we have a...
    Pedestrians wearing protective masks walk past a Lululemon store in San Francisco, California, on Monday, March 29, 2021.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Instead of jumping to a conclusion about the post-Covid consumer, revert back to one that psychology studies educated us on long before the pandemic. Individuals don't change habits easily, and what they may stand to...
    Silicon Valley is at a crossroads. While many in our community have continued to prosper through the pandemic, the past year has been devastating for the most vulnerable among us. With significant job losses in the service sector, a continued lack of affordable housing, and a growing level of need that far outpaces relief efforts, we’re now seeing families being...
    New jobless claims dropped 20,000 to 385,000 for the week ended May 29, the Department of Labor said Thursday. Economists had expected claims to fall to 400,000 from last week’s lower-than-expected 406,000. Last week’s figure was revised down by 1,000 to 405,000. Continuing claims for unemployment claims during the week ending May 22 was 3,771,000, an increase of 169,000 from...
    As the number of Californians getting fully vaccinated grows, and COVID-19 positivity rates continue to decline, it’s only natural that we’re all champing at the bit to travel. Where we can safely go and how we get there remain moving targets. So, we’ve put together key points to consider before you hit the road, take flight or sail away. 1....
    RUNNING her fingers through her long, strawberry blonde locks, Abbey Warrallo can hardly believe how different her hair feels compared with her old dry, brittle, blonde bob. But there’s no secret regime or ­miracle treatment behind Abbey’s glossy mane. 10Abbey Warrallo has embraced her natural hair and it feels healthier than ever She’s just one of the thousands of women...
    SAN JOSE (CBS / AP) — Zoom is still booming, raising prospects that the video-conferencing service based in the Bay Area will be able to sustain its momentum, even as the easing pandemic lessens the need for virtual meetings. Some signs for optimism emerged in the company’s latest quarterly earnings report released Tuesday. That fueled a 3% gain in Zoom’s...
    DR ANTHONY Fauci is a physician-scientist and immunologist - serving as the director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.  Dr Fauci came under the national spotlight for his work in tackling the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. 5Dr Anthony Fauci is the director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious DiseasesCredit: Splash What did Dr. Anthony...
    martin-dm | E+ | Getty Images As the world opens following Covid restrictions, people are also reopening their wallets. For many, it's exciting to be getting back to some sense of normal. It could also wreak havoc on personal finances, especially if people aren't careful. "It's critically important to revisit your budget and how you want to go about spending...
    Maskot/Getty Images Because of new post-pandemic challenges, psychologists think more people will seek therapy. Everyone will have different comfort levels when transitioning back into normalcy. There are steps you can take to ease yourself into a post-pandemic routine.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Whether you've been infected with COVID-19, risked getting exposed as an essential worker,...
    Vesnaandjic | E+ | Getty Images After a year of lockdown, you may be ready to go out and start spending. Not so fast. "We've gone through what can be described as a major discretionary spending fast," said Jim Wang, founder of the personal finance blog Wallet Hacks. "After a year of spending relatively little, you might want to make...
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    PEPLO, Greece (AP) – As the world begins to travel again, Europe is sending migrants a loud message: Stay away! Greek border police are firing bursts of deafening noise from an armored truck over the frontier into Turkey. Mounted on the vehicle, the long-range acoustic device, or “sound cannon,” is the size of a small TV set but can match...
    Jane Goodall continues to speak about the role of the pandemic and the natural world. Goodall accepted the 2021 Templeton Prize recently for her work. According to the John Templeton Foundation, which grants the prize, the $1.5 million award honors people who “harness the power of the sciences to explore the deepest questions of the universe and humankind’s place...
    (CNN)There's no doubt the Covid-19 pandemic was tough. It turned our world upside down. It disrupted our routines, forced us to stay home, made us confront the fragility of life and pushed us well beyond the limits of our comfort zone. But amid our collective fear and suffering, there were some silver linings. We learned to be kind and care...
    When the Republican Party and its elected officials made the pathetically shortsighted and cynical decision to follow Donald Trump’s lead and turn the wearing of masks into a political act, they weren’t thinking of anything beyond short-term political expediency. Even though they knew fully well the deadly game they were playing, they didn’t think too far ahead about what would happen once...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — Memorial Day weekend is considered the unofficial start of the summer travel season and there will be no shortage of travelers in Bay Area airports and cars on local roadways. Friday morning was already busy at the Oakland International Airport. It looked a lot different than just a few months ago. READ MORE: San Jose Shooting:...
    The forecast for travel on the first unofficial weekend of the 2021 summer season shows Americans are on the move again after more than a year of lockdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic. AAA Travel reports from May 27 to May 31 show more than 37 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles — a 60 percent increase from...
    Before the pandemic hit, Kim Krause got her daily workouts at the Temescal Pool in Oakland. Then the coronavirus arrived and shuttered swimming pools like everything else. As most of humanity hunkered down with sourdough starters and puzzles, the 58-year-old took to jogging. But it just wasn’t the same. By the end of April, Krause was ready for something she’d...
    As Bay Area residents emerge from more than a year of COVID-19 lockdown, they’re considering how to reconnect safely with family and friends. As one might expect, diverging views on vaccines and safety are already leading to fraught conversations and awkward social situations. Experts in etiquette, mental health and interpersonal communications say there’s no need to get too stressed out...
    On the outskirts of Boyle Heights, a remnant of the neighborhood’s historic Armenian past is having a revival. The faithful are traveling from as far away as Simi Valley and Cerritos to pray at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, a church once deemed the center of Catholic Armenian life in Los Angeles. Founded in 1952, the church hosted about...
    Deal of the Day: Get the Amazon 4K Fire TV Streaming Stick for Just $40 NHL playoffs schedule 2021: Full bracket, dates, times, TV channels for every series © Denise Truscello/ACMA2017/Getty Images for ACM Kacey Musgraves' personal life might have been very different had the coronavirus pandemic not taken place.  Last July, the 32-year-old singer and her husband, Ruston Kelly,...
    SAN FRANCISCO — With coronavirus cases plummeting and vaccinations hitting new milestones, California is considering a dramatic liberalization of COVID-19 safety rules that would allow workers to return without masks and social distancing as long as everyone is vaccinated. The push comes as employers are developing plans to bring back office workers after more than a year of remote work....
    A devastating pandemic with massive unemployment, followed by a shortage of workers during the recovery is forming a boon for the automation industry. With all the bad economic news swirling around the COVID-19 pandemic and, more recently, employers are having a hard time filling jobs as the nation begins to slowly return to normal, the United States has somehow been...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A stretch of Broadway was shut down and the street transformed into outdoor dining for part of last summer to help struggling restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, a grant will help this neighborhood, and 14 others, do something similar. The goal is to jump start businesses. But there’s still one big hurdle: Getting workers to come...
    Consumer spending has increased dramatically over the same period a year ago, when states ordered all but vital workers to remain at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to data from several major financial institutions, The Hill reported on Tuesday. This spending spree could help struggling businesses that have had a difficult time surviving the pandemic. What is even...
    Biden boosting world vaccine sharing commitment to 80M doses As Biden joins ceasefire calls, Israel vows to continue striking French President Emmanuel Macron Tuesday hosts African leaders and chiefs of global financial institutions for a summit meeting that will seek to provide Africa with critical financing swept away by the Covid-19 pandemic. © Ludovic MARIN Although Africa has been...
    Tiger missing in Houston found safe, police say ‘We’re ready for you’: English galleries and museums throw open their doors French President Emmanuel Macron this week hosts African leaders and chiefs of global financial institutions for twin summit meetings that will seek to help Sudan into a new democratic era and provide Africa with critical financing swept away by...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Couples who postponed their weddings because of the pandemic are now jumping the broom, making it very competitive to book venues and other services. Mario and Jessica Gamez said ‘I do’ Friday in Altadena, after rescheduling their wedding twice due to the pandemic. They are among countless couples, now jumping the broom as more COVID-19 restrictions...
    DENVER (CBS4)– You can show your face in public again if you are vaccinated. As CBS4 was first to report Thursday, Gov. Jared Polis lifted Colorado’s mask mandate and wasted no time hosting a mask-free event. (credit: CBS) “Isn’t it great to see one another’s faces?” Polis said to a group of Latinas at the Governor’s Mansion Friday morning. READ...
    The Best Men’s Running Shorts for Every Type of Runner Browns LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah said his heart is 100% healthy after draft slide, reports © Gotham/GC Images Katie Holmes' quarantine romance with Emilio Vitolo Jr. was, like many things, "existing in a bubble" during the COVID-19 lockdown. The actress was first spotted out with the NYC chef in September 2020, and...
    London (CNN Business)Companies are gearing up for an era in which Covid-19 isn't the primary driver of how people spend their money. The big question: As the coronavirus situation improves in countries like the United States, which trends from the past 14 months will have staying power, and which will be resigned to the pandemic past?Airbnb, DoorDash and Disney (DIS),...
    Bay Area residents say that after the unprecedented emotional and financial toll of 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic they’re ready to save more for an emergency and pay down debt. But maybe first they’ll splurge on that long-delayed trip. Or a really nice dinner. Those are the findings of a new poll from the financial services firm Charles Schwab, which...
    Just over a year into the pandemic, senior residents at Fellowship Village, a 62-and-over continuing care retirement community in New Jersey, are starting to date again.  "There's definitely an upswing in romances," resident Helen Beglin, a convivial 81-year-old who still practices as a minister, told Insider. "I'd say that since our being vaccinated, some people have felt more comfortable about...