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The worst-performing tech stocks this week suggest the U.S. is done with Covid lockdowns

Preview: DocuSign, Etsy, DoorDash and Zoom are among the biggest losers, while HP, Apple and Cisco saw gains.

Stocks fall on Friday to cap tumultuous week of trading from new Covid variant threat

Preview: November's jobs report showed slower-than-expected job creation last month.

All of the stocks in Cathie Wood's Ark Innovation fund are in a bear market except 2

Preview: Wood's main exchange-traded fund, which trades under ticker ARKK, is down more than 12% this week, on pace of its worst week since February.

Here's where the jobs are — in one chart

Preview: Despite the perplexing headline numbers, most sectors in the U.S. economy posted some job gains last month.

U.S. Covid vaccinations spike as several states confirm omicron cases

Preview: CDC data shows nearly 2.2 million shots in arms were reported to the agency over a 24-hour period ended Thursday, the largest single-day total since May.

More turbulence could be ahead for stocks as investors weigh omicron and the Fed’s next steps

Preview: The market could continue to hit turbulence, after a week of violent swings that sent many stocks deep into correction territory.

Federal corruption probe leads to first major overhaul of UAW elections in 70 years

Preview: The union's new voting will be through a direct election, or "one member, one vote," instead of a weighted delegate-elected system.

Crypto investors see looming NFT bubble but tout staying power of the underlying tech

Preview: Crypto investors acknowledge the potential for a bubble behind NFTs but they’re still bullish on the underlying technology.

Biden signs bill to prevent shutdown as Congress turns to debt ceiling, social spending bill

Preview: The government will keep running through Feb. 18, buying Democrats time to address the debt ceiling and the Build Back Better Act.

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New Harvard study declares winner between Pfizer and Moderna vaccines

Preview: A team of researchers from Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of public health recently published a study claiming the Moderna vaccine is slightly better than Pfizer.

Scientists say they might have discovered the cause of Alzheimer's

Preview: Researchers in California focused on studying a protein called tau and how it's linked to brain buildup, a key indicator doctors look for when diagnosing Alzheimer's disease.

The real Moby Dick: Mythic white whale captured on film in Caribbean

Preview: "I don't think I've ever seen a fully white sperm whale."

DeSantis proposes civilian Florida State Guard military force he would control

Preview: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Thursday proposed reestablishing a World War II-era civilian-military force that he would control.DeSantis pitched the idea of creating the Florida State Guard, which would be indep...

Mother texted 'don't do it' to suspected Michigan school shooter: prosecutor

Preview: The mother of the Michigan school shooting suspect, Ethan Crumbley, texted her son "don't do it" when news of the active shooter situation went public, Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said at a press conference o...

Plumber finds 500 envelopes full of checks, cash inside church bathroom

Preview: A plumber found 500 envelopes full of cash and checks inside the bathroom of the Houston, Texas, church of celebrity pastor Joel Osteen.A plumber said that he found the money lodged behind a toilet while he was doi...

Cheney warns of consequences for Trump in dealings with Jan. 6 committee

Preview: Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), the vice chairwoman of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, suggested Wednesday that former President Trump could be held responsible for any falsehoods e...

McCarthy laments distractions from far-right members

Preview: House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said Friday that recent political distractions caused by a trio of conservative rabble-rousers - Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.), Lauren Boebert (Colo.) and Pau...

Authorities searching for parents of accused Michigan school shooter

Preview: Authorities are searching for the parents of the accused Michigan school shooter after they reportedly failed to surrender to police on Friday.Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard ...

65M women could lose abortion rights in Supreme Court case

Preview: More than 65 million American women would immediately lose access to an abortion in their home states if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the landmark case that established the right to seek the procedure nearly half a...

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Manslaughter charges filed against parents of alleged shooter in Michigan school shooting; authorities search for couple

Preview: Jennifer and James Crumbley face involuntary manslaughter charges after prosecutors say their son fatally shot four classmates at Oxford High School.

Michigan school shooting is 'so egregious,' the suspect's parents are charged. That's rare, experts say.

Preview: The parents of the alleged gunman in the Oxford High School shooting were charged Friday. Prosecuting parents in other cases is rare.

Massachusetts tops 5 states with the worst worker shortages. See where your state ranks.

Preview: Gap between job openings and hires during the pandemic can offer a more precise measuring stick, though it's far from an exact science. Here's a list.

Gen Z only knows school shootings and the possibility of death at school

Preview: Our kids know that, on any given day, at any school in America, a gunman can open fire and kill children. Who are we to let that be their reality?

Hawaii under blizzard warning as 12 inches of snow and winds up to 100 mph expected

Preview: From Friday until Sunday, the Big Island of Hawaii is under a blizzard warning. A foot of snow and winds up to 100 mph are expected.

Deadly mudslides threaten more Americans as heavy rains loom over scorched lands

Preview: A single downpour over wildfire-scarred land can trigger mudslides that ravage communities. They've killed or injured nearly 200 people since 2018.

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Covid-19 Vaccine Demand Strains CVS, Walgreens

Preview: Vaccine seekers in some states face waits of days or weeks for doses as local health officials hustle to improve access to meet surging demand. CVS, Walgreens and Walmart, which are facing staffing shortages, now say they may not be able to accommodate people without appointments.

Retailers Bolster Security After 'Flash Mob' Robberies

Preview: Thefts during the busy holiday shopping season mark an increase in intensity because of the size of the criminal groups and the organized nature of the crimes, said retail and security executives.

U.S. Added 210,000 Jobs as Hiring Slowed

Preview: Slower hiring is clouding a recovery that also faces new Covid uncertainties.

While Shell Resists Breakup, Rivals See Opportunity From Spinoffs

Preview: Shell is standing firm against Third Point’s call for a breakup to retain and attract investors. But that isn’t stopping Eni and other European energy conglomerates from targeting similar moves to boost shareholder returns.

FTC Challenges Nvidia's Deal for Arm Holdings

Preview: The Federal Trade Commission sues to block the U.S. chip supplier’s proposed takeover of the chip-design specialist, arguing the deal is anticompetitive.

Wages Shoot Up in Travel, Food and Other In-Demand Industries

Preview: The jobs report showed U.S. wages continue to rise at a brisk pace in November. Signs also emerged that wage growth may be moderating.

Declining Jobless Rate Keeps Fed on Track to Accelerate Taper

Preview: The Federal Reserve could act at its meeting later this month, paving the way to raise interest rates in the first half of next year to curb inflation.

Turkey's Economic Turmoil Sends Desperation and Inflation Soaring

Preview: President Erdogan has taken control of the economy and pushed lower interest rates as the currency plunges. Turks have been lining up for subsidized bread and cutting back on meat.

Senate Approves Spending Bill Averting Government Shutdown

Preview: A fight over vaccine rules threatened to slow progress on the legislation, which extends government funding through Feb. 18. The bill now goes to President Biden.

Musk's Tesla Share-Selling Spree Tops $10 Billion

Preview: Elon Musk has now unloaded more than $10 billion in Tesla stock as the billionaire’s share-selling spree involving his holdings in the electric-vehicle maker stretched into a second month.