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    GARDENING may boost men’s chances of becoming a dad, research suggests. Scientists found blokes with more exposure to shrubbery had far higher sperm counts. 2Scientists found men with increased exposure to plants have higher sperm counts and are more fertileCredit: Shutterstock In the first study of its kind, experts looked at links between greenery — flowers, plants and trees —...
    New York (CNN Business)There is a gigantic disconnect between Main Street and Wall Street when it comes to inflation. Something's got to give.The US government reported last week that consumer prices, excluding food and energy, rose at their fastest clip since 1992 in May. Sherwin-Williams (SHW) is lifting the price of paint, one of many companies that's responding to higher...
                      by Tyler Arnold  Virginians who receive food stamps will continue to be eligible for higher pandemic-era benefits through June, the Virginia Department of Social Services announced. Families receiving food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will see additional benefits automatically loaded onto their EBT cards. The funds will be...
    BILL Maher slammed people still wearing masks as "f***ing morons" and mocked Kevin Hart's "white power" comments in a shocking rant. The liberal host, who will regularly mock both the right and left, made the crude comments during Friday's episode of his HBO show Real Time. 4Bill Maher slammed people who are still wearing masksCredit: Getty 4He also took a...
    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...
    Author and Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe said it is profoundly unfair for Democrats to make “taxpayers pay the tuition of those who wish to attend a university.” The TV host’s comments were in response to a question from a fan who said HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher host Bill Maher’s recent rant questioning higher education mirrored what Rowe has...
    On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher slammed the “progressophobia” on the left on issues of race, gender, and sexuality and said that the refusal to acknowledge progress is harmful because “progress, and hope that we can achieve it, is the product we’re selling, and having a warped view of reality leads to policies that are warped.”...
    "Real Time" host Bill Maher closed his show Friday night by knocking liberals who refuse to acknowledge the progress on racial and social issues that's been made in America.  Maher began by diagnosing the left with "progressophobia," a term he defined as "a brain disorder that strikes liberals and makes them incapable of recognizing progress." "If you think America is...
    Concerns are mounting that Joe Biden's $6 trillion spending spree will cause inflation, which is already at a 13-year high, to surge even further amid record federal spending and deficit - as Republicans warn his 'green worker paradise' plan will only supercharge prices. The consumer price index rose 5 percent in the 12 months through May, which is the highest...
    VIDEO3:2203:22Stocks extend gains at open. Here's which sectors are movingSquawk on the Street U.S. stocks rose slightly on Friday with the S&P 500 adding to its new record, as Wall Street wrapped up the week on a high note. The S&P 500 climbed 0.2% to a fresh closing high of 4,247.44, a second record close in a row. The Nasdaq...
    WELLINGTON, Colo. (CBS4) – Many Colorado cities and towns are seeing water prices go up amid rapid population growth, but some of the highest price hikes are now hitting the small town of Wellington in northern Colorado. CBS4 Investigates found the base water rate increased in less than a year from $19 a month to $66 a month – four...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP/NSF) — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a property-insurance bill on Friday meant to give relief to a large sector of the state’s insurance industry, but may also lead to larger rate increases for customers of the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp. Faced with losses from rising claims, the industry welcomed changes that would restrict some practices by contractors....
    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...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A fourth COVID variant is spreading rapidly in some parts of the world and experts are saying anyone who isn’t vaccinated yet is at a higher risk of getting it. The Delta variant is now the dominant strain in the United Kingdom. It only represents a small fraction of new cases here in the U.S. but experts...
    PITTSBURGH (CBS Pittsburgh) — You may have noticed a significant jump in prices at the grocery store. More and more grocery shoppers are experiencing sticker shock every day. The price of food — especially meat, fruit and vegetables — is going up. “Food’s going out of sight. It is. It really is. Prices are ridiculous,” said Donna Gallager. READ MORE: Sinkhole...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If it feels like you’re paying more for everything, you’re right. Consumer prices pushed higher again in May. Looking back over the last year, prices have gone up 5%. That’s the largest 12-month inflation spike since 2008. Experts say the economy is reopening faster than employers can hire. According to financial news website MarketWatch, all three...
    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...
    Alex Tovstanovsky, owner of used-car dealer Prestige Motor Works, checks on inventory with his general manager Ryan Caton in Naperville, Illinois, May 28, 2020.Nick Carey | Reuters Consumer prices jumped more than expected in May, but the surge in inflation looks to be temporary and should not push the Federal Reserve to tighten policy for now. The consumer price index...
    A higher-than-expected number of young people 16 to 24 have experienced heart inflammation after receiving their second dose of an mRNA vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Thursday. The CDC has recorded 275 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis, heart inflammation conditions, as of May 31, the agency reported during a Food and Drug Administration advisory...
    VIDEO5:2505:25Stocks hit records despite inflation uptick. Trading the disconnectTrading Nation Investors appear to be brushing off the latest inflationary uptick. Consumer prices in May rose at the fastest year-over-year rate since 2008, the Labor Department said Thursday, but U.S. stocks aren't feeling the heat.Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwardsThe S&P 500 instead hit a fresh record high in Thursday's session, ending...
    There are no tax increases or new gas taxes proposed in a GOP-led bid to craft a bipartisan infrastructure proposal. But the plan would index the nation’s 18-cent gas tax to inflation for the first time, which would likely raise the tax over time. Sen. Mitt Romney, a Utah Republican and one of the negotiators, told reporters in the...
    More On: inflation Scorching inflation slams consumers as prices jump most in 12 years Chipotle hikes prices to cover higher wages amid labor shortage Fork it over! With soaring costs and labor woes, restaurants are passing the buck to you How the trucker shortage is fueling the meat crisis Americans hungry to return to their pre-pandemic habits better be...
    WASHINGTON - U.S. consumer prices surged in May, jumping 5% from a year ago, the highest annual inflation rate in nearly 13 years, the Labor Department reported Thursday. The increase, in a variety of ways, is linked to the country’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, with merchants increasing prices as consumers — many of them flush with money from...
    Alex Tovstanovsky, owner of used-car dealer Prestige Motor Works, checks on inventory with his general manager Ryan Caton in Naperville, Illinois, May 28, 2020.Nick Carey | Reuters Consumer prices jumped more than expected in May, but the surge in inflation looks to be temporary and should not push the Fed to tighten policy for now. The consumer price index rose...
    A young man in West Virginia receives the vaccine while overlooking the West Virginia Capitol Building in Riggleman Hall.Stephen Zenner | LightRocket | Getty Images The number of cases of a heart inflammation condition in 16-to-24-year-olds was higher than expected after they received their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna's Covid-19 vaccines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday,...