KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (4/7) Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s forecast! Credit: KDKA CBS 2 Pittsburgh Duration: 03:13 Published now
COVID-19 Spiritual Impact WCBI's Eric Crosswhite sat down with Rev. Andre' Hunt Sr. , Youth Pastor at MU Baptist to discuss the impact of the pandemic on spirituality. Credit: WCBI Published 7 minutes ago
Reese Witherspoon offers Legally Blonde 3 update Jennifer Lopez has urged Reese Witherspoon to continue with her plans for a third 'Legally Blonde' movie because her character, Elle Woods, is a great role model. Credit: Bang Media Duration: 00:40 Published now
Gov. Cuomo Doubles Social Distancing Fines Gov. Andrew Cuomo has no patients for those who aren't heeding the call to social distance. CBS2's Dick Brennan has more on the new penalties. Credit: CBS 2 New York Duration: 01:55 Published now
XI Players the fans want out In this XI, we have 11 Premier League players who are no longer wanted by their club’s fans. These players have had poor seasons and are unpopular amongst the majority of their own team’s fanbase... Credit: TheFootballDaily Duration: 12:11 Published now
The life of Christian Siriano He's rallied his sewing teams to produce medical masks for health care professionals in New York, and has spent his career fighting for inclusivity in the fashion industry. This is the story of.. Credit: BRUT Duration: 06:37 Published now
THIS IS WHY EVERYONE HATES BARCELONA! - #WNTT.mp4 Barcelona haven't had the best week (headline wise) their transfer this week has angered a lot of fans after they've robbed relegation bound Leganes top goalscorer! Credit: TheFootballDaily Duration: 09:50 Published now
No work, no stimulus check add anxiety for undocumented immigrant laborers Immigrants without legal status who are not working during the coronavirus lockdown wonder how they will make ends meet.
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Coronavirus shortage: Looking for a Logitech? Webcams hard to find as we all work from home Stand-alone webcams have better resolution and picture quality than the ones in laptops. What to do when you can't find one to buy? Use your phone.
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Colleges suffering huge financial blows from pandemic As the situation grows more dire, many are eyeing layoffs and some are on the brink of collapse. CBS News - Published 3 hours ago
Trump: Free Market Will Curb US Oil Output 'Automatically' President Donald Trump gave the strongest signal yet the U.S. might not join Saudi Arabia, Russia and other major producers in coordinated oil-production cuts, even as plunging crude prices put.. Newsmax - Published 8 hours ago U.S. hospitals continue struggle with equipment shortages during pandemic A new report reveals U.S. hospitals are under massive strain, plagued by shortages and burned out medical professionals. Weijia Jiang reports from the White House. CBS News - Published 11 hours ago
The 5 best kids' deals you can get right now This kids' sale roundup offers up big savings on strollers, mattresses, and more — shop our top picks.
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Emergency small business loan program is off to shaky start amid blitz of applications Small businesses are seeking emergency loans in massive numbers. overwhelming the system
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Mark Cuban to Newsmax TV: 'America 2.0' Will Reset Businesses After Virus The United States will go through an "America 2.0" after the coronavirus pandemic has come and gone, as there will be a "complete reset" on how business is approached and how consumers use products and.. Newsmax - Published 12 hours ago Furloughed due to the virus? Here's what you need to know Millions of workers are now in limbo as the outbreak freezes business across the U.S. CBS News - Published 13 hours ago
Where can I buy a face mask? CDC advises that all Americans wear face coverings in public to contain the coronavirus. Here's where to find one. CBS News - Published 13 hours ago
Gannett names former We Company, Time Warner executive as chief financial officer Gannett, the owner of USA TODAY and more than 260 other daily publications, has appointed Douglas E. Horne as its new chief financial officer.
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S'well is having a sale on its ultra-popular water bottles Save big on best-selling stainless steel and reusable water bottles during the Swell bottle sale — find out more.
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Are You Struggling To Pay Bills Or Get Coronavirus-Related Benefits? Whether you're a business owner, an "essential" worker or an individual trying to make ends meet, NPR wants to hear from you. How are you getting by? NPR - Published 14 hours ago Stocks surge on signs new coronavirus deaths could be slowing Investors buoyed by indications the pandemic could be losing steam in some countries. CBS News - Published 14 hours ago
Pimco Adviser Boosts Bet on Emerging Markets as Trade of Decade The long-term bull case for emerging-market equities just got even more compelling, according to Research Affiliates, a sub-adviser to money managers including Pacific Investment Management Co. Newsmax - Published 15 hours ago Alexa, Google could be listening to your work calls. Here's what to do. Alexa and Google Assistant record snippets of audio, even if you're not asking a question. Concerned? You could always turn off the speakers.
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Here are the places where you can still buy disposable gloves Disposal gloves are becoming harder to find as people try to protect themselves from coronavirus while in public. Here's where you can still get them.
USATODAY.com - Published 15 hours ago A Winning Trade: Buy S&P 500 ETF at Market Open, Sell at Close As investors grapple with intense U.S. stock volatility, one strategy may prove to be highly rewarding, according to Bespoke Investment Group. Newsmax - Published 15 hours ago
GM re-opens shuttered Michigan plant to make face masks Detroit automaker joins major clothing brands in the race to quickly manufacture masks for health care workers. CBS News - Published 15 hours ago Key Food Prices Surging After Virus Upends Supply Chains As the coronavirus pandemic penetrates more deeply into global supply chains, prices for key staples are starting to soar in some parts of the world. Newsmax - Published 16 hours ago
"Bad recession" ahead, warns JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Head of the nation's largest bank says financial system stress resembles 2008 crash. CBS News - Published 16 hours ago You can save on Daily Harvest's healthy, pre-portioned meals with this exclusive code Use our exclusive Daily Harvest promo code to get healthy, pre-prepped meals packed with fruits and veggies at a discount.
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End Lockdown for Young to Give Economy a Chance, Research Says Two researchers have come up with a novel suggestion for reviving economies when the coronavirus pandemic eases -- let twentysomethings get to work first. Newsmax - Published 16 hours ago End of Gold Standard Ended Golden Age The elites seem strangely unable to connect the dots between the end of the gold standard and the end of the golden age. Donald Trump, fortunately, is immune to their ridicule. Newsmax - Published 16 hours ago
NYSE Eases Listing Requirements Amid Coronavirus Market Mayhem NYSE Eases Listing Requirements Amid Coronavirus Market Mayhem Newsmax - Published 16 hours ago Airlines Ease Loyalty Programs in Coronavirus Travel Slump U.S. airlines are extending loyalty program benefits and status into 2021 for members homebound because of the new coronavirus. Newsmax - Published 16 hours ago
Coronavirus: Kroger to limit shoppers entering stores Kroger said Ohio stores will post limits on the number of shoppers permitted inside stores at a given time to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
USATODAY.com - Published 16 hours ago Ford converts auto plant into ventilator factory The company has promised to deliver 50,000 ventilators by July 4, which may be too late for some cities. CBS News - Published 17 hours ago
10,000 now dead of coronavirus in US, more battlefield fatalities than six wars combined U.S. officials have repeatedly likened the coronavirus outbreak to a military struggle, and members of the armed forces have joined in the fight.
USATODAY.com - Published 17 hours ago Miracle in Plymouth: UAW worker celebrates Ford making 1M face shields in 13 days New York Mayor Bill de Blasio praises Ford for helping protect first responders as Ford-UAW workers build around the clock a million face shields.
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Tom Barrack Gives Up on Rescue, Says 'We're Fighting Politics' After pushing for weeks for government intervention to help asset-backed securities markets, Tom Barrack isn't optimistic about his chances."We're fighting politics," the founder and chairman of Colony.. Newsmax - Published 17 hours ago Yellen: Unemployment Rate, GDP Could Reach Depression-Era Levels Economic data in the U.S. could reach levels not seen since the Great Depression, but the country's health preceding the coronavirus pandemic should place it in a good position for recovery, said.. Newsmax - Published 17 hours ago
4 Inevitable Results of This Coronavirus Pandemic As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to overwhelm health systems and economies across the world, four aspects of what lies ahead are becoming clear. Newsmax - Published 17 hours ago JPMorgan Chase CEO: US headed for 'bad recession' but can emerge from coronavirus crisis stronger Jamie Dimon said the U.S. economy is headed for a "bad recession," but reinforced the bank is ready to help struggling consumers.
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Investors Need to Be Selective in Following the Fed The central bank can calm liquidity issues, but its market intervention most likely won’t extend to the most risky assets. Newsmax - Published 18 hours ago NY Fed: Consumers Fear for Jobs, Debt Payments Due to Coronavirus The economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic hit home for Americans last month, as consumers braced for job losses, anticipated spending cuts and grew more pessimistic about their ability to cover.. Newsmax - Published 18 hours ago
Business Failure Statistics Will Sway Future Employment Numbers Employment numbers need to start being considered alongside indications of business failures. Newsmax - Published 18 hours ago TechnoMetrica Poll: 38% Have Lost Jobs or Work Hours About two out of five Americans have lost their jobs or have had their work hours reduced because of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, according to the latest national Investor's Business Daily/TIPP.. Newsmax - Published 18 hours ago
Coronavirus-fueled panic buying cleared the shelves of eggs. What's next for egg markets? Over the last three weeks, the Northeast has seen unprecedented demand for eggs due to coronavirus-fueled panic shopping.
USATODAY.com - Published 18 hours ago Allstate to Return $600M in Auto Premiums as Pandemic Cuts Driving U.S. insurer Allstate Corp said on Monday that it would return more than $600 million in auto insurance premiums to customers as many Americans stay home and drive less due to "shelter-in-place" orders.. Newsmax - Published 19 hours ago
Kudlow Says He Proposed 'War Bonds' for Coronavirus to Trump White House advisers have been discussing the possibility of a coronavirus-related U.S. Treasury bond, President Donald Trump's economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Monday Newsmax - Published 19 hours ago Goldman Names 25 Health Stocks With Promising Covid-19 Efforts Goldman Sachs analysts have created a basket of more than 20 health-care companies developing treatments, vaccines and tests for the coronavirus pandemic. Newsmax - Published 20 hours ago
Private Flights Getting Cheaper Thanks to Stimulus Tax Relief The U.S. government's $2.2 trillion stimulus package comes with a perk for high fliers: Flights are getting cheaper for some private-jet customers. Newsmax - Published 20 hours ago JPMorgan: Slowing US Virus Cases to Put Floor Under Stocks A slowdown in the growth rate of new U.S. coronavirus cases may help put a floor under stocks and dampen volatility, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. Newsmax - Published 21 hours ago
Wall Street Soars on Coronavirus Slowdown Hopes U.S. stocks opened higher on Monday, after President Donald Trump expressed hope that the coronavirus health crisis was "leveling-off" in some of the hardest-hit U.S. states. Newsmax - Published 21 hours ago Stocks poised to open higher on hopes the coronavirus pandemic is stabilizing U.S. stocks were poised to open higher Monday on signs of a slowdown in coronavirus deaths and new cases in some of the hardest-hit areas throughout the world.
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Barron's: 6 Biotech Stocks to Buy for a Post-Pandemic World The catastrophic coronavirus outbreak has led to a reappraisal of the biotechnology sector, even if viable treatments and vaccines seem far off. Newsmax - Published 21 hours ago Soaring Unemployment Increases Odds US Banks Will Cut Dividends Questions are building about whether big U.S. banks will have to cut dividends later this year as the coronavirus crisis puts a record portion of Americans out of work, making it difficult for.. Newsmax - Published 22 hours ago
Bank of America: 6 High Quality Stocks With 'Secure' Dividends There are still some stocks out there with quality balance sheets and higher-than-average dividends, and Bank of America added two new names to its “High Quality and Dividend Yield” list. Newsmax - Published 22 hours ago Guggenheim's Minerd: S&P 500 Could Drop 40%, GDP to Contract 10% The dispersion of Wall Street views on the outlook for stocks has been widening for a while, and Scott Minerd may have taken things up another notch.The chief investment officer at Guggenheim suggested.. Newsmax - Published 22 hours ago