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Science 2021-12-19T10:22:32Z
Prime minister Mark Rutte

The Netherlands has just gone into a month-long nationwide lockdown in response to the Omicron surge

The Netherlands is the first EU country to reimpose lockdown in the face of surging Omicron cases throughout Europe.
Careers 2021-12-19T10:00:00Z
Nellie Peshkov, chief people officer, Reddit.

Reddit's chief people officer always asks interviewees: 'Why did you say yes to this conversation?' She wants to know how passionate they are about working at the company.

Nellie Peshkov spoke to Insider about Reddit's recruitment plans shortly before it was revealed that Reddit is eyeing a $15 billion IPO next year.
Premium Markets 2021-12-19T10:00:00Z
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MORGAN STANLEY: Buy these 35 stocks now because their steady earnings will help them outperform as a more hawkish Fed rattles investors

Michael Wilson of Morgan Stanley says these stocks have steady earnings and low valuations, which will help them as the market gets more volatile.
Premium Tech 2021-12-18T17:00:26Z
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Cannabis 2021-12-19T09:46:07Z
World's biggest pot brownie

A cannabis company baked the world's largest pot brownie. It weighs 850 pounds and contains 20,000mg of THC.

MariMed's gigantic cannabis-infused brownie contains 20,000mg of THC, equivalent to approximately 66 joints.
Premium Real Estate 2021-12-18T13:00:00Z
Better CEO Vishal Garg is smiling in a white collared shirt and a blue suit jacket in front of a blurred purple background.

Vulgar rants and public outbursts: How Better CEO Vishal Garg went from the visionary atop America's best startup to the poster child for bad bosses

Years of incidents that culminated in mass Zoom layoffs that went viral threaten to tear down the $7 billion mortgage business Garg has built.
Transportation 2021-12-18T13:39:00Z

I flew 19 hours on Emirates from Dubai to New York via Italy and wouldn't hesitate to do it again over the 14-hour non-stop flight

It cost the same to fly non-stop to New York as it did to make a stop in Italy but I was able to break up the trip and have an Italian picnic in Milan.

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Military & Defense 2021-12-19T11:12:54Z
Economy 2021-12-19T11:00:00Z

Meet a 39-year-old 'crypto guy' who's lived in an RV for the past 10 months instead of buying a house and who says it's one of the only ways to be middle class in America

Nick Vivion, who works in crypto, bought an $80,000 RV with cash and a crypto loan: "It's actually bigger than my first apartment in New York."
Premium Markets 2021-12-19T11:00:00Z

These 5 under-the-radar crypto stocks may be set up for a monster bounce back in 2022, VanEck's director of research for digital assets says

Cryptos and crypto stocks have had a big year but have lagged lately. VanEck's digital-asset research head shared five crypto stocks to watch in 2022.
Personal Finance 2021-12-19T11:00:00Z

Today's mortgage and refinance rates: December 19, 2021

Mortgage rates are low today, but they should increase in 2022. Locking in a fixed rate now will guarantee that your rate will stay low.
Tech 2021-12-19T09:30:00Z

SpaceX engineers used to manually log data about rocket part tests into spreadsheets they didn't trust, former employee says

Upon joining SpaceX in 2013, Karan Talati said he encountered manual procedures for testing rocket parts that could be "very slow."
Markets 2021-12-19T09:00:00Z

A millennial NFT investor made nearly $100,000 in 6 months with a virtual car repair shop and a bank in a gaming metaverse that isn't even live yet

37-year old Robert Doyle made almost $100,000 in 6 months by owning virtual assets in Polka City.
News 2021-12-19T06:38:09Z

A 61-year-old man in Japan is the prime suspect in a fire that killed 24 people at a mental health clinic where he was a patient, police say

Police have not arrested or charged the suspect, who is currently being treated and is in serious condition after being rescued from the fire.
Politics 2021-12-19T06:15:59Z

'Stop the Steal' organizer gave the Jan. 6 committee his communications with GOP lawmakers leading up to the Capitol riot

A complaint filed by Ali Alexander's attorneys said he made phone calls, exchanged texts, and met in person with three GOP lawmakers.
Politics 2021-12-19T05:55:35Z

A Washington state lawmaker who said he contracted COVID-19 while visiting El Salvador has died

State Sen. Doug Ericksen fell ill with COVID-19 in El Salvador last month and asked his GOP colleagues to send him monoclonal antibody treatments.
Military & Defense 2021-12-19T05:35:56Z

The US vastly undercounted civilian deaths caused by airstrikes in the Middle East, NYT investigation finds

The US military said seven to 24 civilians were killed in a 2016 airstrike against ISIS in Syria, but The Times investigation found it was over 120.
Premium Small Business 2021-12-17T11:00:00Z

Read the 33-page pitch deck that landed the Gen Z founders of a digital résumé for influencers $1M in funding and Wiz Khalifa as an advisor

Kieran O'Brien and Casey Adams founded MediaKits in August to provide influencers and college athletes digital résumés that are updated in real-time.
Premium Enterprise 2021-12-17T13:00:00Z

A VMware manager explains the most in-demand cloud skills right now and how they could help you land a $132,000 job

Tech firms are desperate for talent amid a shortage of labor, and an IT certification can help candidates get hired.
Premium Real Estate 2021-12-17T11:00:00Z

A startup is helping regular people make all-cash offers on homes in an attempt to beat out ruthless competition from investors and other buyers

All-cash offers make it easier for home buyers to win bidding wars on properties in a wild housing market. Seattle firm Flyhomes says it can help.
Premium Strategy 2021-12-17T13:00:00Z

How Black women can navigate uncomfortable pitch meetings with confidence, according to 8 founders who've raised more than $5 million in venture capital

Fewer than 200 Black women have raised more than $1 million in venture capital. Those who have share their insights with fellow founders.
Economy 2021-12-17T15:50:53Z

Student-loan borrowers with disabilities could be paying extra taxes because of 'false and misleading' information on debt forgiveness, advocates say

Student-loan borrowers with disabilities may not know their debt forgiveness isn't taxable. Student Defense wants the Education Dept. to change that.
Economy 2021-12-16T16:35:22Z

Female doctors made over $122,000 less than men in 2021

A new report from Doximity lays out the super wide gender gap even for high-paid medical professionals. Men make $435,000 and women make $313,000.
Education 2021-12-19T04:26:07Z

Educators have reported a rise in student misbehavior, including at high school sporting events, and say it could be due to pandemic stress

School psychologist Peter Faustino told The Washington Post "the pandemic was like an earthquake and I think we are seeing that tidal wave hit shore."
Politics 2021-12-19T03:26:47Z

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott launches construction of border wall funded by state money and private donations after Biden paused federal projects

Abbott said some landowners are "so fed up with the Biden administration they are allowing Texas to build the border wall on their property."
Politics 2021-12-19T01:10:26Z

Bernie Sanders joins striking Kellogg's workers in Michigan and praises their 'incredible courage to take on corporate greed'

"I talked to somebody who worked 120 days in a row and those, as I understand it, weren't even 8-hour days... That is insane!" Sanders said.
Science 2021-12-18T21:39:57Z

OSHA will begin fining businesses that violate the federal vaccine mandate on January 10

The mandate requires that businesses with 100 or more employees ensure the workers are vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing.
Politics 2021-12-18T20:33:10Z

Former RNC head and Montana Gov. Marc Racicot said it's 'inevitable' the US republic will 'be at risk' partially due to social media

Last year, Racicot said he planned to vote for President Biden in the 2020 election because of personal differences with former President Trump.
Politics 2021-12-18T20:04:07Z

Senate confirms more than 30 ambassadors, including former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to be envoy to Japan

Emanuel was confirmed as the envoy to Japan in a 48-21 vote; nominees to be ambassadors to Spain, Vietnam, and Somalia were approved by voice vote.
Politics 2021-12-18T19:57:38Z

Trump says McConnell 'should be replaced' as the Senate GOP leader 'ASAP' as the chamber's Republicans largely shrug

"How this guy can stay as Leader is beyond comprehension," Trump said in a statement earlier this week criticizing McConnell's legislative skills.
Science 2021-12-18T19:08:40Z

The CDC has over-counted the number of people who are partially vaccinated by regularly including second doses and boosters as first jabs, report says

"We don't have any faith in the numbers on the CDC website, and we never refer to them," a Philadelphia official told Bloomberg.
News 2021-12-18T18:17:38Z

Schools around the country announce early closures and return to remote learning ahead of winter break as Omicron variant spreads

Temporary closures and transitions back to remote learning have been reported in districts everywhere from Maine to Missouri as case counts rise.
Politics 2021-12-18T17:55:20Z

AOC pushed back on Nancy Pelosi's stance against banning congressional stock-trading: 'We write major policy and have access to sensitive information'

The congresswoman also offered that the lack of adequate congressional pay could incentivize members to engage in questionable stock trading practices.
Transportation 2021-12-17T17:36:48Z

FedEx says it wants to keep seasonal workers past the holidays and that pandemic wage increases are 'here to stay'

The shipping giant hired more than 10,000 workers per week last quarter, offering pay premiums, increased paid time off and tuition reimbursement.
Markets 2021-12-17T17:46:14Z

AMC spikes 22% as theater operator says latest 'Spider-Man' film set box-office records for December

The film "was the single highest grossing movie title on its opening night in AMC's history, for a movie opening in the month of December."
Premium Tech 2021-12-16T15:06:45Z

Fintech GoCardless is set to become Europe's newest unicorn in a $232 million funding round

GoCardless is set to double its valuation in a funding round in excess of $200 million, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Personal Finance 2021-12-15T23:06:53Z

How the saver's credit can reduce your tax bill by up to $1,000 if you saved for retirement

The saver's credit is a tax credit that lowers your tax bill if you save for retirement. Here's how to determine if you can claim it.
News 2018-10-24T13:00:00Z

22 thoughtful gifts for new parents celebrating their first holiday as a family

Diapers are a great start, but besides the necessities, we've got plenty of clever ideas for gifts to give new parents that they'll cherish forever.
Healthcare 2021-12-18T17:26:06Z
Politics 2021-12-18T17:02:41Z

Biden extends deadline for businesses to meet COVID-19 vaccine-or-test requirement

The Labor Department won't take any action on testing requirements until February 9, over a month after the initial January 4 deadline.
Technology 2021-12-18T17:02:38Z

Amazon boosted its business in China by blocking reviews on books by leader Xi Jinping and following Communist Party 'edicts,' says Reuters investigation

The Chinese Government demanded that Amazon restrict comments and reviews on books by Xi Jinping, the Chinese President.
Transportation 2021-12-18T16:06:43Z

More than 3.7 million have signed a petition demanding clemency for a 26-year-old truck driver sentenced to 110 years after crash killed 4 in Colorado

Rogel Aguilera-Mederos said he lost control of his brakes when his truck collided with stopped traffic. A judge said state law required the punishment.
News 2021-12-18T15:42:58Z

'Bob's Burgers' actor banned from voicing cartoon character over alleged Capitol riot involvement, report says

Jay Johnston will no longer voice Jimmy Pesto Sr. after unconfirmed reports emerged he attended the Capitol riot, according to The Daily Beast.
Politics 2021-12-18T15:22:18Z

'QAnon Shaman' Jacob Chansley compared himself to Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., and Jesus Christ in interview from prison

Speaking from prison, QAnon Shaman Jacob Chansley went on a right-wing podcast to discuss his political views and prison conditions.
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