Billionaire Leon Cooperman on Monday said that the emergence of individual investors eagerly scooping up stocks that have been rocked amid the coronavirus-induced downturn will ultimately “end in tears” for those individual investors. See full story.
I’m a 32-year-old stay-at-home mom, and my husband earns $150,000 a year. Will I ever be able to enjoy a retirement?
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Disney fans say a popular ride is racist and should be overhauled — it wouldn’t be the first time Disney has changed with the times
Splash Mountain, which is located at three Disney parks across the globe, features characters from the controversial film ’Song of the South.’ See full story.
The surge in coronavirus cases in some states isn’t part of a ‘second wave’
The recent surge of COVID-19 cases in states like Arizona and Texas are not indicative of a ‘second wave’ of infections; they are part of the initial rolling waves of cases that had previously impacted hard-hit states like Illinois, New Jersey, and New York. See full story.
Ted Cruz challenges Ron Perlman to a fight — against Jim Jordan — labeling the actor ‘rich’ but ‘soft’
To sum up the absurdity that erupted on Twitter over the weekend: Liberal actor mocks Florida Republican. Texas Senator sticks up for Florida Republican and challenges liberal actor to a wrestling match… against another conservative politician. See full story.
A new study delves into the complex demographics behind people’s behavior during the coronavirus pandemic. See full story.