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Billions are being poured into developing a shot, but the rapid timetable and President Trump’s cheerleading are creating a whole new group of vaccine-hesitant patients.
From what to plant now, to the must-have tools to have on hand, this is everything you need to cultivate a green space
We polled more than 40 TV critics and journalists, inside and outside The Times, on the best TV show to binge while stuck at home.
Many states are also pausing their reopening plans as coronavirus numbers rise throughout the U.S.
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Banjo-Kazooie as an isometric Super Mario RPG clone.
YouTube and Instagram influencers make hundreds or millions of dollars touting everything from Fyre Festival to fashion week to makeup. Here's how.
Political experts say Mississippi won't see nail-biter elections, especially at the nation level, anytime soon — thanks in part to stalled population growth.
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“Our generation has come together for this,” said 20-year-old Evelyn Borja.
Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis has seen a lot in football and he chats to ESPN about how Italy can rival the English Premier League.
"A coalition led by people of color is now the dominant political reality in the United States," said national pollster Henry Fernandez.
More than 50 percent of U.S. residents were under the age of 40 as of July 2019, an analysis by the Brookings Institution shows.
"You can't be your mom's supermarket anymore," one expert said.
Gov. Andy Beshear, a Democrat, ended the state's lifetime voting ban for more than 170,000 felons last year.
As we might expect from their name, they’re not complaining. But that doesn’t mean they don't need our support or that they have nothing to say.
Sixty-three percent of those surveyed did not know 6 million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust. Over half of those thought the toll was under 2 million.
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Amid a worsening retail Armageddon, Target is shaking up its fashion lines to attract the best kind of customer: the millennial.
Google VP Bonita Stewart and former CBS News correspondent Jacqueline Adams share lessons from their book, "A Blessing: Women of Color Teaming Up to Lead, Empower and Thrive."
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
When is Giving Tuesday? The day after Cyber Monday, bringing to an end a series of shopping days — including Black Friday and Small Business Saturday.
Regardless of content, Jewish teens say they are bombarded. "It definitely affects me. It gets to me."
Vermont welcomes COVID-19 newcomers after years of grappling with a waning population
It's an amazing time to be a mortgage lender. The pandemic has set off an epic rush to buy homes and an urgent need for mortgages.
Young people are less satisfied with democracy and more disillusioned than at any other time in the past century, especially in Europe, North America, Africa and Australia, a study by the University of Cambridge has found.
President Donald Trump is no longer winning on his signature issue: the economy.
Just after sunup on a Saturday morning, when most college students are still sound asleep, sophomore Libby Klinger stands outside her dorm waiting to be picked up.
As the election drags on and Americans are glued to their TVs following every twist and turn, journalists like CNN's John King and MSNBC's Steve Kornacki -- who are helping helping us make sense of the electoral college drama -- are enjoying the adulation normally reserved for K-pop stars.
For TikTok-owner ByteDance, the coronavirus outbreak has been a boon to business.
Pandemic-triggered quarantine has many people cleaning out their closets and considering reselling clothes that they no longer need. If you're looking to make some cash on clothing resale platforms, check your closet for brands that have the best resale value.
Ed Morales writes about the undeniable impact of the Latino vote on the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. While many were surprised at how many voters ultimately voted for President Donald Trump, upon closer inspection, it really should not be so surprising.
Jill Filipovic writes that the pandemic has hit the already-struggling millennial generation particular hard. For millennials like myself, the only hope for real change is to elect people who are a part of our generation, but we have been largely cut out of an American political process that does not represent us.
Prior to the pandemic, Generation Z had offered the prospect that inequality in America might finally narrow, at least by some measures. Now, with economists expecting that youth will suffer the greatest coronavirus-related economic setbacks among America's workers, those hopes are dimming.
Last year, Walmart acquired outdoor retailer Moosejaw for $51 million – a company that’s now one of several brands Walmart picked up during a speciality retail buying spree, along with ShoeBuy, Jet.com, Hayneedle, ModCloth, and Bonobos. Now, the company is making good on that purchase,…
Boohoo was one of the fastest-growing retailers in Britain. Now the company is in trouble after revelations about working conditions in supplier factories.
Pet attendant services take care of everything your furry friend needs (grooming, feedings, walks and more) before, during and after your wedding day.
Digital mortgage platforms have the potential to reduce discrimination. But automated systems provide rich opportunities to perpetuate bias, too.
Report discovers that one in three young adults have reduced alcohol consumption
Lucy Shrimpton investigates the latest holiday portmanteau
US companies are encouraging consumers to discard the embarrassment or shame we typically feel about dandruff or constipation, writes Rachel Strugatz
The squeeze on jobs means that many of us are now juggling our finances. But if we are more open and honest about our earnings then all of us will be better off
Musician’s Humanrace products described as perfect for ‘every individual’
Addressing this waning enthusiasm will require a national initiative that includes local and national governments and universities, which educate students and shape global citizens.
While we’re likely years away from a full recovery, the passage of time has allowed the airline industry to recalibrate and reevaluate business models, market assumptions and day-to-day operations.
Now that the election is over and the doom scrolling has subsided, let’s give some well-deserved credit to Gen Z.
Emerging market challenger banks will have to look carefully at market conditions, possible target segments, sustainable revenue sources and the regulatory structure that best supports their desired business model.
OPINION | Whether on the left or right, everyone has an opinion.
The 117th Congress will be the most diverse group of lawmakers ever to chart the nation's course when it meets in January after women and nonwhite candidates made gains in the November elections.
Even in a non-hell year, running a successful startup is a tremendous lift. After the events of 2020, however, no doubt many already lean businesses are hanging on by the skin of their teeth. For every company that saw increased interest in their offerings during the pandemic, there were several th…
Never mind Fox. Trump’s most reliable media mouthpiece is now Christian TV.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, Stan Greenberg says the Massachusetts senator would bring the biggest political upside — and he's making the case to Biden.
Activist groups are hopeful that their views will get a hearing from Yellen, but there are key areas where she could quickly disappoint them.
What the youngest cohort of American voters thinks about politics, fear and the potential of the country they’ve grown up in.
Choosing Deb Haaland as Interior secretary would be historic. It could also bring a new community into the party fold.
Many drivers have no clue, and lots of them are in states that have the most cars, like New Jersey and California
One America News employees say a majority of the reporters at its San Diego headquarters are liberals—and they’re chafing at their own network’s coverage of national protests and the coronavirus.
Some areas of housing are actually doing better than they were before the coronavirus began sweeping the U.S.
Members of Business Insider's Money Council share their best advice on making your investing strategy smarter, more effective, and stronger overall.
Most millennials rely on stock picking or self-directed trading to invest, but experts say that could be dangerous right now.
Was 1984 more influential than 1982? Streaming statistics from the BPI suggest it might have been.
Her financial planning firm works specifically with people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, and she's seen a lot of bad decisions over the years.
"Pets have truly become part of everyone's family," Walmart vice president Melody Richard told Business Insider.
While Generation X mostly dismissed him as wooden and one-note, younger viewers better understand his nuances as a performer.
We are two countries, and neither of them is going to be conquered or disappear anytime soon.
Remote working and watching the world go through a major shake-up is redefining what many of us need and want from our careers – and even our lives.
Even with banks reigning in their credit approval standards, more people are getting approved for loans than 2019.
Amid Covid-19, new programmes are popping up that invite workers to settle abroad and work remotely. Could we all soon become ‘digital nomads’?
An Instagram-friendly option for people wary of forever
The coronavirus pandemic is a tale of two recoveries, with different realities for those who are employed and saving, and those out of work and cash.
The tax isn't age-related. Instead, Deutsche Bank calls for taxes and policies focused on 5 key forces that put boomers ahead of millennials.
While the move toward suburbia has been an emerging trend since 2017, the pandemic appears to have spurred interest in leaving cities.
Record student loan debt and two recessions are just some factors complicating millennials' financial lives. These power players are the specialists.
Personal finance podcasts are a great way to learn something new, and best of all, they're free. Here are the ones worth a listen in 2020.
The author says you can feel "burnout" or you can change your attitude and spend on what you need, not what you want. That rules out expensive coffee.
The best savings accounts do not charge excessive fees, are easy to access, and earn an interest rate above the national average of 0.09%.
The Cosmopolitan is a swanky hotel with celebrity-chef dining, a pool that turns into an ice skating rink, and plenty of late-night fun.
Expats ranked global retirement destinations, considering quality of life and affordable healthcare. Five countries on the list are in Latin America.
In a world in which many are working longer and longer, those in the FIRE movement are following a philosophy enabling them to retire in their 40s – or even sooner
Imgur laid off 15 percent of the company's employees shortly after Reddit released a competing product.
More than four-fifths of young workers in finance and accountancy are "dissatisfied" with their bonus.
"Henrys" have had better money habits during lockdown. These books will help these millennials resist their old "lifestyle creep" and build wealth.
A Deutsche Bank Research report said boomers have gotten lucky in five areas, such as low interest rates and education. It's created a wealth divide.
Influencers earn their money by selling merchandise, creating subscription-based memberships, commission sales, and other popular streams of income.
Steve Marcus/Reuters Bitcoin is 'is here to stay,' BlackRock's chief investment officer of fixed income Rick Rieder told CNBC on Friday.Rieder...
Lanistar claims to offer the "world's most secure" debit card.
As campuses reopen without adequate testing, universities fault young people for a lack of personal responsibility.
There’s a reason the return of retro trends bothers so many people.
In her debut novel, "Luster," Raven Leilani tries to liberate her protagonist from any inherent virtuousness or exceptionalism.
The backlash against the Harry Potter creator is a growing pain of her fandom.
With each passing day, Highland Park feels less like a neighborhood and more like a tourist attraction for millennials.
Suburbia was never as bad as anyone said it was. Now it’s looking even better.
Abuse of prescription drugs is most common among those who enjoyed the most advantages in adolescence, causing some to rethink the consequences of privilege.
Managers Alexa Daniel and Gerald Lee have joined M88, a full-service representation firm founded by former WME partner Phillip Sun and Macro founder and CEO Charles D. King. Beginning their careers…
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Levels of trust in this country—in our institutions, in our politics, and in one another—are in precipitous decline. And when social trust collapses, nations fail. Can we get it back before it’s too late?
Oh, well imagine: Panic! at the Disco’s debut album is 15 years old, and young listeners still love it.
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