- BusinessYahoo Finance
Federal Reserve just saved the stock market from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic —it may be time to invest again
Thank you, Jerome Powell and your friends at the Federal Reserve.
- LifestyleIn The Know
Dan Kuhnle shared a video of his elaborate workout device to YouTube on April 5, where it’s since been covered by media outlets everywhere.
- PoliticsYahoo News
Trump adviser warned of millions of virus deaths in January. Trump says he saw the memo only this week.
President Trump said Tuesday that he did not learn of two memos written in January and February by his own economic adviser warning that a COVID-19 pandemic could kill as many as 2 million Americans until “maybe a day ago.”
- CelebrityMeredith Videos
The talk show host got emotional about her family in a recent episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan.
- BusinessUSA TODAY
'It's not fancy, but it works': Mississippi doctor uses garden hose, lamp timer and electronic valve to create makeshift ventilators
The makeshift Robertson Ventilator can be assembled with hardware-store supplies in 20-30 minutes at a cost of less than $100.
Bill Gates says U.S. government can’t ‘wave a wand’ and ‘all of a sudden the economy is anything like it was before’ the coronavirus pandemic
'No one should think the government can wave a wand an all of sudden the economy is anything like it was before this happened.' Gates, who boasts a net worth of $103.4 billion, according to Forbes (making him the second wealthiest man in the world behind Amazon.com's (AMZN) Jeff Bezos) has been one of the most vocal critics of the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic which has ravaged the domestic economy and brought most of the world's business and personal activity to a screeching halt. In a March 31 op-ed in the Washington Post, the tech luminary advised more stringent closures to mitigate the spread of the deadly viral outbreak, saying “shutdown anywhere means shutdown everywhere.”
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'I felt like I was in the movie': Samsung slashed the price of this 55-inch curved 4K TV to just $480
Save $70 on a TV that's like being at the movies — but better.