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Stocks End Lower After CDC Confirms Second U.S. Case of Coronavirus; Boeing Ends Higher

Stocks finish down after the Centers for Disease Control confirms a second patient in the U.S. has been infected with the coronavirus.
The 10 Best Destinations for New Year's Eve

Have a little extra time off after Christmas? Try planning a trip to one of these ten destinations.
Tesla Responds to Senator's Criticism of Autopilot Feature

Tesla, responding to Sen. Markey's criticism of its Autopilot feature, says it has begun instituting features that will keep drivers alert while Autopilot is engaged.
Jessica Simpson: I Was Sexually Abused as a Child

Jessica Simpson bares all in a new memoir out next month , revealing substance abuse that nearly killed her, as well as sexual abuse as a child that she's never before talked about publicly. The abuse at the hands of a family friend's daughter started at age 6, she writes, and...
Claim: Scientology Poisoned Singer's Dog Amid Rape Accusations

A progressive rock singer claims Scientologists have poisoned his family dog—again. Cedric Bixler-Zavala, lead singer of Mars Volta and At the Drive-In, says he put down his dog this week after it ate poisoned meat tossed into the yard by Church of Scientology members, per the Hollywood Reporter . "I'm...
10 Best High-Paying Jobs for Americans Abroad

Looking to build your career and make some money around the world? Try one of these ten careers.
Employers Can't Find Workers, So They're Making It Harder to Get a Job

A recent study from Harvard underscores a longstanding paradox in the labor market. Employers say they can't find workers, and act like they have too many.
Medicare Isn't Free: Why It Costs So Much

Unlike Medicaid, many Americans think Medicare is free. In fact, it costs seniors thousands of dollars per year.
Is a 401(k) early withdrawal penalty ever refunded?

Find out how to qualify for an exception to the rules on early distributions.
Canada identifies first case of coronavirus

By Denny Thomas and Aishwarya Nair TORONTO/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Canada on Saturday declared the first "presumptive" confirmed case of the deadly coronavirus in a resident who had returned from the
Private reverse mortgage in the family

Keeping a reverse mortgage loan in the family can substantially reduce closing costs.
Defense at Senate trial says ousting Trump would be 'massive interference' in election

By David Morgan and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump told his Senate impeachment trial on Saturday that Democrats' efforts to remove the president from
Migrants stranded in Mexico cling on to hopes of reaching U.S. border

By Andres Martinez Casares and Carlos Carrillo TAPACHULA, Mexico (Reuters) - Guatemalan migrant Wilfredo Gomez said on Saturday he had been asking God to make him "invisible" as Mexican security
Adobe Shares Surge With Massive Demand

As the software company keeps making big profits, shareholders could be rewarded handsomely.
7 Steps to a Successful Investment Journey

Before you start investing, educate yourself on financial ideas and develop a strategy that agrees with your personality. Take a look into the 7 steps of a successful investment journey you must know.
Rep: TobyMac's Son Died of Accidental Overdose

In October, the 21-year-old son of Christian rapper TobyMac (real name: Kevin McKeehan) died suddenly at his Tennessee home. Now, the cause of Truett Foster McKeehan's death has come to light. A rep for TobyMac tells People that the younger McKeehan accidentally overdosed on a mix of fentanyl and amphetamines....
Beneficiary Definition

A beneficiary is any person who gains an advantage and/or profits from something typically left to them by another individual.
Baking Cookies in Space Takes Surprisingly Long Time

The results are finally in for the first chocolate chip cookie bake-off in space. While looking more or less normal, the best cookies required two hours of baking time last month up at the International Space Station, per the AP . And how do they taste? No one knows. Still sealed...
Getting a VA loan for a short sale

Getting a VA loan may not be the easiest way for a veteran to buy a short sale, but it can be done.
3 ways issuers determine credit card limits

One issuer gave you a $500 limit while another gave you a $1,000 limit. Find out why.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has built an imposing net worth

The movie star has parlayed an acting and political career into a hefty net worth.
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The “world's worst cat” is available for adoption—just ask the Mitchell County Animal Rescue organization in North Carolina, the AP reports. The shelter about 55 miles northeast of Asheville is waiving adoption fees in the hope that someone will take the cat named Perdita off their hands. The group... More >
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