The great divergence: U.S. COVID-19 economy has delivered luxury houses for some, evictions for others
The boys’ mother, Shanell McGee, already had her cell phone switched off and feared she could soon face eviction from their $840-a-month apartment. Just 14 miles northwest of McGee’s neighborhood, Kiki Kullman is having one of the best years of her life. The real-estate business she runs with her family just sold the highest-priced house in its history: a 13,000-square-foot estate, listed for $4.5 million, that came with an elevator and a classic-car showroom.
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The first signs of Sassy Justice appeared in Wyoming last weekend, when a curly-headed character with a striking resemblance to the president began appearing on local billboards and commercials. After hitting the internet, the short was revealed to be an elaborate demonstration of deepfake technology, with Trump and other social and political figures getting their mean mugs reshaped by the kind of technology that could one day doom us all.
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American University Professor Allan Lichtman joins 'The Story' to explain why he thinks Joe Biden will beat Donald Trump
I’m 52, won’t live past 80 and have $1.6 million. ‘I am tired of both the rat race and workplace politics.’ Should I retire?
I can easily live on a $60,000 budget (including taxes) but often it is less than that. Health insurance is probably one of the most crucial — if not the most crucial — consideration you’ll need to make before you leave your job.