18-year-old climate activist shares how she finds courage and resilience: 'We're fighting against what feels like a ticking time bomb'
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"We're fighting against what feels like a ticking time bomb," said Natalie Sweet, an 18-year-old climate activist. Here's how she finds courage and resilience.
Fauci defends FDA panel, says it didn't make a mistake rejecting booster Covid shots for all Americans
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The comments from Fauci come as the FDA advisory committee voted on Friday against giving third shots of Pfizer's vaccine to the general U.S. population.
There's only a few months left to sign up for advance child tax payments. Here's what it means for future checks
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Families have just a few months left to sign up for child tax credit payments
Nearly 70% of millionaires are worried about leaving ‘too much’ money to their kids, survey finds
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A survey of 2,000 individuals worth at least $1 million found that two-thirds of respondents worried about leaving their kids too large of an inheritance.
Steve Ballmer talks about owning the Clippers and building the $1.2 billion Intuit Dome
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Ballmer's Clippers announced they will play in a new arena starting in 2024.
Amazon is piling ads into search results and top consumer brands are paying up for prominent placement
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Ads are taking up more space on Amazon, making it harder for brands to get their products in front of shoppers without opening their wallets.
Op-ed: Will China's President Xi’s big bet pay off?
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Chinese President Xi Jinping is making the most audacious geopolitical bet of the 21st century.
Top Wall Street analysts believe these stocks are poised for upside
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TipRanks analyst ranking service pinpoints Wall Street's best-performing stocks, like Amazon & Salesforce
SpaceX's private Inspiration4 mission splashes down safely in Atlantic Ocean
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SpaceX is livestreaming the return of its Crew Dragon spacecraft from orbit on Saturday, carrying the four members of the Inspiration4 mission back to Earth.
Small crowd gathers near the Capitol to protest arrests of Jan. 6 rioters
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Protestors were met with a heavy presence of local, state and federal law enforcement — and members of the press — far outnumbering event attendees.
The delta variant is causing many Americans to lose income. Here's what to do if you're one of them
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One measure shows the delta variant is hitting some Americans' wallets. These tips can help if you're facing lost or reduced income now.
Senate bill to end ETF tax break is 'pretty unlikely to pass,' market analyst says
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A Democratic proposal to close a key tax loophole for exchange-traded funds is "regressive" and likely won't pass, says ETF Trends' Dave Nadig.
Fed Chief Powell, other officials owned securities central bank bought during Covid pandemic
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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell owned municipal bonds of the same type bought by the Fed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Want to raise financially healthy kids? Here’s what to do — and mistakes to avoid
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You can start teaching your kids about money at at early age.
After years of being 'squeaky clean,' the Federal Reserve is surrounded by controversy
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The Federal Reserve has a big meeting on tap next week, one that will be held under the cloud of an ethical dilemma.
The FCC is trying to stop robocalls, but the scammers won't disappear
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Recent rules from the FCC will slow robocall scammers down, but experts say they won't disappear.
Police confirm they're speaking with family of Gabby Petito’s boyfriend
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North Port Police Public Information Officer Josh Taylor told CNBC's "The News with Shepard Smith" that investigators "are speaking with the family, currently, we are not speaking […]
S&P 500 falls Friday, notches second straight week of losses in September slump
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Stocks edged lower on Friday as investors remain cautious due to a historical tendency for September to be a weak month for equities.
Pentagon admits killing 10 civilians, including up to 7 children, in Kabul drone strike last month
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The Pentagon originally said the strike killed two ISIS-K fighters believed to be involved in planning attacks against U.S. forces in Kabul.
Former Theranos scientist says Elizabeth Holmes pushed her to validate tests for Walgreens rollout
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Former Theranos senior scientist Surekha Gangakhedkar testified on Friday that CEO Elizabeth Holmes pressured the lab to validate blood tests
Tesla to reverse solar price hike for some customers, legal filing says
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Plantiffs' attorneys say Tesla told them it has launched a program to restore original pricing for Solar Roof customers who signed contracts before Apr. 2021.
Biden administration appeals judge's order to stop expelling migrants under Trump-era pandemic policy
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The Biden administration Friday appealed a judge's order to stop expelling migrants under a Trump-era pandemic policy that doesn't let them apply for asylum.
Senate will grill tech execs after report that Instagram can harm teens' mental health
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Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., the ranking member of the subcommittee, announced the hearing in an interview on CNBC's "Closing Bell" Friday.
France, still mad about that submarine deal, just recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia
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France said it will immediately recall its ambassadors to the United States and Australia, in protest of a submarine deal unveiled earlier this week.
Billionaire Peter Thiel could be forced to pull $5 billion from his retirement account, if House bill passes
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House Democrats are taking aim at "mega" IRAs like that of billionaire Peter Thiel in tax legislation unveiled this week.
The top agency for NFL players is Athletes First, with $2 billion in active contracts
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Athletes First agents Todd France and David Mulugheta negotiated over $1 billion in NFL deals for 75 NFL players, according to an earnings study.
Debt ceiling vs government shutdown: How they're different and why they matter
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Failure to fund the U.S. government leads to a shutdown, but failure to increase the debt ceiling would lead to default.
Feds charge 138, including doctors, with $1.4 billion in health-care fraud involving telemedicine, Covid, opioids
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The health-care fraud schemes charged by the Justice Department included ones related to telemedicine, the coronavirus pandemic, opiods and sober homes.