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Art Damaged During The Capitol Riots Will Likely Cost $25,000 To Repair

5 days ago   |   By Forbes

Eight House artifacts were damaged by rioters, a curator is expected to testify.
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Cappuccino lets you share short, intimate audio stories with your friends

Cappuccino lets you share short, intimate audio stories with your friends

You might call Cappuccino the anti-Clubhouse, but the company has been iterating on its app concept for a couple of years - its CEO doesn't have any strong opinions on... Read more ...

U.S. Chartbook: Vaccines and Stimulus

A prescription of inoculations and new federal aid for the economy have brightened the outlook for growth this year. Read more ...

Sen. Elizabeth Warren introduces wealth tax bill aimed at people worth over...

Sen. Elizabeth Warren. GREG NASH/POOL/AFP via Getty Images Sen. Elizabeth Warren introduced a bill on Monday that would tax the wealthiest people in the US. The bill would... Read more ...

Scientists are voicing support for a former Trader Joe's employee who says...

Getty/Alexi Rosenfeld A former Trader Joe's employee said he was fired after asking for better COVID-19 protections. Scientists have voiced their support for the employee's... Read more ...

Ex-Times Reporter Who Used Racial Slur Publishes a Lengthy Defense

Donald McNeil, who resigned last month after the publication of an article on his conduct during a student trip, writes that he left the paper after “a series of... Read more ...

Slovakia signs deal to acquire 2 million doses of Sputnik V

PRAGUE - Slovakia signed a deal to acquire 2 million doses of Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, Prime Minister Igor Matovic said Monday. Matovic said his country will get... Read more ...

Wall Street optimism is close to flashing its first sell signal since 2007...

Wall Street optimism is close to flashing its first sell signal since 2007, Bank of America says

Summary List Placement Bank of America's Sell Side Indicator rose in February to 59.2% from 58.4%, just 1.1 points away from sending a "sell" warning. The gauge tracks Wall... Read more ...

Homebuilding pushes up U.S. construction spending

SILVER SPRING, Md. - Spending on U.S. construction projects rose 1.7% in January as new home building continues to lift the sector. Last month's increase followed small revised... Read more ...

The city where cars are not welcome

HEIDELBERG, Germany - Eckart Würzner, a mayor on a mission to make his city emission-free, is not terribly impressed by promises from General Motors, Ford and other big... Read more ...

Seniors seeking vaccines face tech problem

Annette Carlin feels trapped. Before the pandemic, Carlin, who is 84, loved to go on walks in Novato, California, with her grandchildren and dance at the senior center. Since... Read more ...