NewsWatch: U.S. prepares to administer 100 million booster shots as Biden tells Americans it will ‘help us end the pandemic faster’


The Biden administration plans to administer 100 million COVID-19 booster shots over the fall and winter in a move that underscores the complexity of the pandemic at the current moment. See full story.

I love cool weather and hiking but can’t afford to stay in Oakland — where should I retire in the western U.S.?

Cultural options are on the retirement wish list too. See full story.

Dow falls 200 points as Fed’s taper intentions, rising COVID cases spark jitters

U.S. stocks lose ground Thursday, a day after minutes of the Federal Reserve’s July meeting showed the central bank was preparing to pull back on its stimulus measures this year as worries rise over the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. See full story.

More than half of Gen Z investors admit to trading while drunk

According to a new survey, 59% of Gen Z traders claim to have bought or sold an investment while inebriated See full story.

Robinhood earnings show a company reliant on quieting retail traders and volatile crypto pricing

Vlad Tenev and Co. are elbow-deep in Dogecoin and other cryptos as trading activity grows quieter. See full story.


One Austin, Texas superintendent is urging his community to give educators ‘space and grace.’ See full story.

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