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Opinion | Why the Anti-Abortion Side Will Lose, Even if It Wins
  + stars: | 2021-04-14 | by ( The Argument | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.58   time to read: +1 min
The Supreme Court — and its post-Donald Trump conservative majority — is currently deciding whether to take up a case that could be the final blow to Roe v. Wade. Overturning Roe, the 48-year-old decision protecting the right to an abortion in America, would leave abortion regulation up to the states. But some abortion opponents think that’s not far enough and are pushing the movement to change its focus to securing a 14th Amendment declaration of fetal personhood. Michelle Goldberg wrote a response column to Ross’s, claiming his argument was a fallacy. To bring their dueling columns to life, Jane Coaston brought the two writers together to debate the future of abortion protection and restriction in America.
Persons: Donald Trump, Roe, Wade, that’s, Ross Douthat, Michelle Goldberg, Jane Coaston Organizations: Republican Party Locations: America
TREASURIES-Strong 30-year bond auction pushes yields lower
  + stars: | 2021-04-13 | by ( Karen Pierog | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
(Recasts, updates yields, adds analyst comments) By Karen Pierog CHICAGO, April 13 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury yields fell and the yield curve flattened on Tuesday in the wake of solid demand for a 30-year bond auction, although next week's offering of 20-year bonds could be rocky. The benchmark 10-year yield was last down 5.8 basis points at 1.618% and the 30-year yield was 5 basis points lower at 2.2977%. The 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities breakeven inflation rate rose to as high as 2.352% after the CPI data. The two-year Treasury yield, which typically moves in step with interest rate expectations, was last a basis point lower at 0.1609%. A closely watched part of the yield curve that measures the gap between yields on two- and 10-year Treasury notes was flatter following the auction.
Persons: Karen Pierog CHICAGO, Gennadiy Goldberg, Goldberg, Johnson, Johnson's, Zachary Griffiths, Wells, it's, Kelly Ye, Karen Pierog, Gertrude Chavez, Dreyfuss, Steve Orlofsky, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Treasury, Jefferies, TD Securities, New York Federal Reserve Bank, U.S . Labor Department, CPI, U.S Federal Reserve, Securities, York Life Investments Locations: U.S, Charlotte , North Carolina, New York
Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., speaks during the Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York, on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019. A year ago, bank stocks were being pummeled for their perceived exposure to the coronavirus pandemic, pushing the 24-member KBW Bank Index down by as much as 50% from their start of 2020. This year, analysts have been busy revising the industry's earnings estimates upwards, thanks in part to expectations that banks will release some of the tens of billions of dollars in loan loss reserves set aside in 2020 and that reopening economies will drive spending and loan growth. In fact, Barclays analyst Jason Goldberg boosted first quarter 2021 earnings estimates by a median 16% last week for banks in his coverage, driven by reserve releases and his forecast for strong investment banking and trading results. He now thinks per share earnings will jump by a median 80% compared to the first quarter of 2020, when banks were forced to set aside money for expected loan losses.
Persons: Jamie Dimon, Jason Goldberg Organizations: JPMorgan Chase &, Bloomberg Global Business, KBW, Barclays Locations: New York
Opinion | The Biden Boom Is Already Wild
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Michelle Goldberg | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
For almost five years — from Donald Trump’s rise in the 2016 Republican primaries to the Jan. 6 insurrection following his defeat — the lurid spectacle of our national politics sucked up most of the country’s cultural energy. Trump’s cultural power evanesced as quickly as his political power did. Now everyone except those running in Republican primaries can ignore him. National politics didn’t exactly become boring — Joe Biden’s administration is proving transformative — but it no longer demanded most people’s minute-by-minute attention. This created what Bloomberg called “one of the wildest periods of stock market mania in modern history.”
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden’s, we’ve, , Organizations: GameStop, Bloomberg
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada’s Telesat is racing to launch a low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellite constellation to provide high-speed global broadband from space, pitting the satellite communications firm founded in 1969 against two trailblazing billionaires, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos. Satellite controller Sean Sauve works at the offices of Telesat, a Canadian satellite communications company, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada March 24, 2021. In addition, instead of focusing on the consumer market like SpaceX and Amazon, Telesat seeks deep-pocketed business clients. Telesat’s first launch is planned in early 2023, while there are already some 1,200 of Musk’s Starlink satellites in orbit. They are Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Europe’s ArianeGroup , and Musk’s SpaceX, which launches the Starlink satellites.
Persons: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Sean Sauve, Blair Gable Musk, Telesat, Bezos, Dan Goldberg, Goldberg, , Caleb Henry, Starlink’s, ” Goldberg, David Wendling, Europe’s ArianeGroup, Wendling, , Henry, “ We’ve, Carissa Christensen Organizations: OTTAWA, REUTERS, Tesla Inc, SpaceX, Amazon.com Inc, Netflix, GEO, Air, Quilty, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Thales Alenia Space, Amazon, Nasdaq, Pension Investment Board, Communications Inc, France, BPI, EDC Locations: Canadian, Ottawa , Ontario, Canada, Paris, Toronto
The New York Fed said on Thursday that it could make minor adjustments to keep bond purchases proportional to the outstanding supply. The comments by Lorie Logan, an executive vice president at the New York Fed and the manager of the System Open Market Account (SOMA), briefly sent long-dated yields lower, though they rose back on Friday ahead of new long-dated supply next week. Market participants have been fixated on whether the Fed will intervene to stem the rise in long-dated yields. But Fed officials so far have not expressed concern over the rising yields, saying they are based on improving economic expectations. Fed vice chair Richard Clarida said Friday that he would not characterize Logan’s plan as a “twist.”Twenty-year bonds will likely be the biggest beneficiary.
Persons: Lorie Logan, , , Ian Lyngen, Richard Clarida, Gennadiy Goldberg, Karen Brettell, Peter Graff Organizations: New York Fed, BMO Capital Markets, Treasury, Securities Locations: New York, COVID
Andrew Yang rolled up for opening day at Yankee Stadium on April 1 with the crackling force field of celebrity surrounding him. Yang bumped elbows and gave high fives; it was the most casual human contact I’d seen in a year. “It’s a feeling,” said Thomas Dixon, a 61-year-old from the Bronx, about how Yang would “bring about necessary changes. The Yang campaign’s private polling shows him with 25 percent of the vote and Adams with 15 percent. He’s constantly out and about, cheerleading each facet of New York’s post-Covid rebirth.
Persons: Andrew Yang, videographers, , Yang, I’d, , Laivi Freundlich, “ I’m, Thomas Dixon, Eric Adams, Adams, MC Jin, He’s, Evelyn, Eddie Huang’s Organizations: Yankee, New York’s, New, Fontas Advisors, Brooklyn Borough Locations: New York, Brooklyn, Bronx, New York City,
A judge dismissed Katie Hill's lawsuit against the Daily Mail over the outlet publishing nude photos of her. The former congresswoman accused the judge of thinking "revenge porn is free speech." "I sued the Daily Mail for their publication of my nonconsensual nude images," Hill wrote in the tweet on Wednesday. "Today, we lost in court because a judge - not a jury - thinks revenge porn is free speech." In late October, the Daily Mail published nude photos of her with a campaign aide, which prompted the Hill's lawsuit against the tabloid.
Persons: Katie Hill's, Yolanda Orozco, Hill, Kenny Heslep, Insider's Jacob Shamsian, Carrie A, Goldberg Organizations: Daily Mail, Twitter, Wednesday, Orange County Register, Salem Media Group, Democratic, Hill's Locations: Los Angeles, Orange, California
Moxie raised a new $6.3 million in seed funding to add to its previous $2.1 million seed round. Goldberg has founded a number of startups, with mixed results, and is best known for e-commerce startup Fab, which raised $330 million before it infamously shuttered in 2015. This follows an earlier $2.1 million seed round, closed in October, bringing Moxie's total seed funding raised to date to $8.4 million, the company said. "I've been in companies with little capital raised and I've been in companies with tons of capital raised," Goldberg said. E-commerce company Fab, founded by Goldberg, burned through $200 million in two years.
Persons: Moxie, Jason Goldberg, he's, Goldberg, Gokul Rajaram, We've, SoulCycle, Raanan, Cohen, Resolute, Bruce Bell, Manik Gupta, Uber, Jay Parikh, Mark Kingdon, I've, That's, Xing Organizations: Resolute Ventures, Bessemer Ventures, Greycroft Ventures, Automattic, Facebook, Stride Health, Recruiting.com Locations: Resolute
Yields on the front end to the so-called belly of the curve remained down on the day, while those on the very long end were firmer. Market participants were mostly focused on the Fed’s clarification about what constitutes “substantial further progress” for the economy. The Fed also said “it would likely be some time” before conditions improved enough for the Fed to consider pulling support. That came off a bit on Tuesday afternoon, and on Wednesday following the Fed minutes, eurodollar futures showed that market participants are fully factoring a rate increase by March 2023. The yield curve steepened for a second straight session, with the spread between 5-year notes and 30-year bonds widening to 148 basis points on Wednesday.
Persons: Ian Lyngen, ” Lyngen, , , Gennadiy Goldberg, Gertrude Chavez, Dreyfuss, Toby Chopra, Will Dunham Organizations: Fed, Treasury, Federal Reserve, BMO Capital Markets, TD Securities Locations: U.S, ., Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s
The Fed also said "it would likely be some time" before conditions improved enough for the Fed to consider pulling support. That came off a bit on Tuesday afternoon, and on Wednesday following the Fed minutes, eurodollar futures showed that market participants are fully factoring a rate increase by March 2023. U.S. 10-year yields earlier dropped to a two-week low U.S. 30-year yields were up a bit at 2.34%, from Tuesday's 2.316%. U.S. 5-year note yields continued their descent, at 0.857% , from Wednesday's 0.872%. Recent declines in the 5-year yield suggested that investors are not really buying views that the Fed will raise rates earlier than expected.
Persons: Gertrude Chavez, Dreyfuss, Ian Lyngen, Lyngen, Gennadiy Goldberg, Toby Chopra, Will Dunham Organizations: Fed, YORK, Treasury, Federal Reserve, BMO Capital Markets, TD Securities Locations: U.S, ., Tuesday's, Wednesday's, New York
Yields on the front end to the so-called belly of the curve were down, while those on the very long end were firmer. U.S. 10-year yields, however, dropped to a two-week low. U.S. 5-year note yields continued their descent, at 0.857% , from Wednesday's 0.872%. Recent declines in the 5-year yield suggested that investors are not really buying aggressive pricing in the futures market of the first hike from the Federal Reserve. For a third straight session, the yield curve flattened on Wednesday, with the spread between U.S. 2-year and 10-year yields slid to 150.10 basis points.
Persons: Gertrude Chavez, Dreyfuss, Ben Jeffery, Gennadiy Goldberg, Toby Chopra Organizations: YORK, Treasury, BMO Capital Markets, Federal, TD Securities, Fed Locations: New York, U.S, ., Tuesday's, Wednesday's
Plaid raised a $425 million Series D that included new investors Altimeter Capital, Silver Lake Partners, and Ribbit Capital. Plaid chose investors in part to add expertise to its cap table ahead of an eventual IPO, CEO Zach Perret told Insider. On Wednesday, Plaid announced a $425 million Series D. The round values the startup at $13.4 billion, according to sources close to the company. The Series D was led by Altimeter Capital, with participation from fellow new investors Silver Lake Partners and Ribbit Capital. Existing investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Index Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, New Enterprise Associates, Spark Capital, and Thrive Capital also participated.
Persons: Plaid, Zach Perret, they've, Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, Mark Goldberg, Goldberg, Perret, it's Organizations: Silver Lake Partners, Ribbit, Plaid, Wednesday, Visa, Department of Justice, Index Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Spark, Ventures Locations: Roblox, Snowflake, reinvest
Richard Lippold’s soaring sculpture “Orpheus and Apollo,” which had been removed from Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic Hall (now David Geffen Hall) in 2014, will be suspended in flight once again: as the centerpiece of La Guardia Airport’s Central Hall. “It occurred to me that two problems could be solved with one act,” Goldberger said. The relocation agreement between Lincoln Center, which could not accommodate the sculpture in its renovation plans for Geffen Hall, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey overseeing the airport’s $8 billion transformation, was brokered by Goldberger, an adviser on both projects. Central Hall, which will be accessible pre-security, is being developed as the living room of La Guardia around the sculpture, which consists of 190 bars of gleaming metal hanging on steel wires from the ceiling. It will be visible from many perspectives both inside and outside through the glass facade.
Persons: Richard Lippold’s, David Geffen, Paul Goldberger, Central Hall —, , ” Goldberger Organizations: Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic Hall, David Geffen Hall, Central Hall, Lincoln Center, Geffen Hall, Port Authority of New, Goldberger Locations: Lincoln, Guardia, Port Authority of New York, New Jersey, La Guardia
Opinion | The Authoritarian Plan for a National Abortion Ban
  + stars: | 2021-04-05 | by ( Michelle Goldberg | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.92   time to read: +2 min
The anti-abortion movement was never going to stop with overturning Roe v. Wade. For years, Republicans have argued that their goal was to return the issue of abortion to the states. At no point was this believable; since 1984, the Republican Party platform has called for a constitutional amendment banning abortion. Having spent decades denouncing abortion as a singular moral evil, the anti-abortion movement will not be content to return to a pre-Roe status quo, where abortion was legal in some places but not others. Finnis argues that fetuses are persons under the 14th Amendment, and that the Supreme Court should thus rule abortion unconstitutional.
Persons: Roe, Wade, it’s, Ross Douthat, John Finnis, Finnis, jettisoning Roe, , , Nancy Northup Organizations: Republican Party, Notre Dame, Center for Reproductive Rights
David McGee: a former Justice Department prosecutor who left the department more than two decades ago and now works at the Florida-based law firm Beggs & Lane. a former Justice Department prosecutor who left the department more than two decades ago and now works at the Florida-based law firm Beggs & Lane. The sex-trafficking probeThe Justice Department began its sex crimes investigation into Gaetz last summer. The Gaetz investigation was launched under the Trump administration, when Attorney General Bill Barr was spearheading the Justice Department. This doesn't necessarily mean Gaetz's claims of an extortion scheme are untrue, but it does indicate the department's probe was not launched as a result of any such scheme.
Persons: Gaetz, Matt Gaetz, He's, Donald Trump, Don Gaetz, Gaetz's, Joel Greenberg, Greenberg, David McGee, Bob Kent, Stephen Alford, Alford, Robert Levinson, scrutinizing Gaetz, Insider's Azmi Haroun, Roger Stone, it's, Jeffrey Cramer, Trump, Bill Barr, Barr, McGee, Tucker Carlson —, Carlson, I've, Tucker Carlson, Fox News Gaetz, Don, fraudster, Matt Gaetz's, Biden, Levinson, It's, Kent, he's, hasn't, Joe Biden, Don Gaetz's, Jeffrey Neiman, David Goldberg, Cramer Organizations: Florida, New York Times, Republican, Congressional, Big Tech, Justice Department, Air Force, DEA, FBI, CIA, The Times, White House, Trump, Politico, ABC News, Twitter, Florida Republican, Fox, Times, DOJ, Fox News, Department of Justice, Washington Post, The Washington Examiner, New York Magazine, Kent, Northern District of Locations: Gaetz, Florida's, Florida, Seminole County , Florida, Destin , Florida, Iran, Northern District, Northern District of Florida
Matt Gaetz's father told Politico he is cooperating in an FBI probe of an alleged extortion scheme against the Gaetz family. Gaetz and his father say the person who allegedly tried to extort them is David McGee, a former DOJ official. Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz's father, Don, told Politico on Wednesday that he's working with the FBI as it investigates an alleged scheme to extort the Gaetz family. He added that he and his father were cooperating with the FBI as it investigated the matter, and that his father wore a wire as part of the inquiry. On Wednesday, Don Gaetz also told Politico McGee was behind the scheme and that he wore a wire more than once, including earlier this month when he met with McGee.
Persons: Matt Gaetz's, Politico, Gaetz, David McGee, Don, Don Gaetz's, Jeffrey Neiman, David Goldberg, Goldberg, Don Gaetz, Matt Gaetz, Politico McGee, McGee, Stephen Alford, Gaetz's, Katie Benner, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, Jeffrey Cramer, William Barr Organizations: FBI, Politico, DOJ, Florida, Northern, Northern District of, The New York Times, Justice Department, Twitter, Fox News, Daily, Times, Trump Locations: Northern District, Northern District of Florida, Lane, Florida
The story of Rita Moreno’s triumphant career is coming to theaters this summer. Following its world premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Roadside Attractions has acquired the rights to “Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go For It.” It will debut in theaters on June 18. On behalf of the filmmakers, Matt Burke and Josh Braun of Submarine Entertainment negotiated the deal with Cohen and Angel An, Roadside Attractions’ senior director of acquisitions. PBS’ “American Masters” still holds a TV license for the documentary and will present the U.S. broadcast premiere after a broad theatrical release. It includes interviews with Moreno, George Chakiris, Héctor Elizondo, Gloria Estefan, Tom Fontana, Morgan Freeman, Mitzi Gaynor, Whoopi Goldberg, Norman Lear, Eva Longoria, Justina Machado, Terrence McNally, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Karen Olivo.
Persons: Rita Moreno’s, “ Rita Moreno, Rita, , Howard Cohen, Eric d’Arbeloff, Matt Burke, Josh Braun, Cohen, Angel, , Marlon Brando, Moreno, George Chakiris, Héctor Elizondo, Gloria Estefan, Tom Fontana, Morgan Freeman, Mitzi Gaynor, Whoopi Goldberg, Norman Lear, Eva Longoria, Justina Machado, Terrence McNally, Lin, Manuel Miranda, Karen Olivo, “ Rita, Pérez Riera, ” Lear, Miranda, Michael Kantor, Lyn Davis Lear, Regina K, Scully Organizations: Sundance, Submarine Entertainment, , PBS, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: U.S, Puerto Rico, Hollywood
Dollar gains, global stocks slip as tech weighs
  + stars: | 2021-03-29 | by ( Herbert Lash | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoThe stronger dollar and rising yields, along with expectations of a strong economic recovery, sapped demand for safe-haven bullion and pushed gold prices lower. Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp and Amazon.com Inc led the S&P lower, while JPMorgan & Co. and Bank of America were the benchmark’s top advancing stocks. The major U.S. stocks indexes fell, but advancing shares outnumbered declining issues, a sign of the impact the big tech stocks have both on Wall Street and MSCI’s benchmark for global equity markets. The MSCI all-country world index fell 0.19% to 671.58, while its index for emerging markets stocks rose 0.69%. The dollar index rose 0.425%, with the euro down 0.39% to $1.1716.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Joe Biden’s, Biden, Gennadiy Goldberg, ” Goldberg Organizations: YORK, Treasury, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp, Amazon.com Inc, JPMorgan, Co, Bank of America, Wall, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Dow, TD Securities, Brent Locations: U.S, New York, London, Pittsburgh, Suez
Strangers do not kiss,” Vill said. Courtesy Allred Maroko GoldbergAs Cuomo, a Democrat, left to tour her property, Vill said he stopped, turned to her and said, "You're beautiful." Later on, the governor's office sent her pictures of her and the governor speaking, one of which was signed by Cuomo. In addition to the kissing and hugging allegations, another woman, a state employee, has claimed that Cuomo groped her, and others have accused him of asking inappropriate questions and making inappropriate comments. Lindsey Boylan, the first woman to speak out about Cuomo, tweeted about the new allegations ahead of the news conference.
Persons: Andrew Cuomo, Sherry Vill, Cuomo, Vill, Gloria Allred, , ” Vill, Gov Andrew Cuomo, Allred Maroko Goldberg, Vill's, Allred, Rita Glavin, ” Glavin, Letitia James, I'm, Anna Ruch, Ruch, Cuomo groped, He's, Lindsey Boylan Organizations: Gov, Democrat, New York Times Locations: New York, Greece
Benchmark 10-year yields rose to a session high of 1.728% after New York state on Monday afternoon announced that people aged 30 and older would be eligible for coronavirus vaccinations beginning Tuesday. That widened the spread between two- and 10-year yields , the most common measure of the yield curve, to 157.9 basis points, the highest in a week. The two-year yield has remained anchored, even with expectations of an increase in Treasury issuance, because it moves with views on interest rates. The jump in the 10-year yield on Monday suggested to some investors that the 1.75% peak hit two weeks ago may soon be breached. Also pushing yields higher was the expected announcement of Biden's multitrillion-dollar infrastructure spending plan on Wednesday in Pittsburgh.
Persons: Kate Duguid, Joe Biden's, Christopher Waller, Biden, Ian Lyngen, Biden's, Gennadiy Goldberg, Goldberg, Will Dunham, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Monday, Federal Reserve, Fed, BMO Capital Markets, TD Securities, Treasury, Archegos Capital Management Locations: United States, New York, U.S, Pittsburgh
TREASURIES-Yield curve steepens on infrastructure spending plans
  + stars: | 2021-03-29 | by ( Kate Duguid | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Biden is expected to announce some details of his infrastructure spending plan on Wednesday in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The move higher in yields is “on expectations of infrastructure. That steepened the spread between the two- and 10-year yields, the most common measure of the yield curve to 155.3 basis points, the widest in a week. The yield curve steepens when economic expectations rise. Longer-dated yields were also on the rise because of the expected increased debt issuance to pay for the infrastructure plan, which drives prices lower and yields higher.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Biden, Boris Johnson, , Gennadiy Goldberg, Goldberg, , ” Goldberg, Janet Yellen, Kate Duguid, Will Dunham Organizations: YORK, British, TD Securities, Treasury Department, Treasury, Archegos Capital Management Locations: Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, China’s, U.S, York
Some digital media companies also have been preparing to go public, providing an exit for longtime investors, but could be a reason for more job cuts. its six-year history, the outlet was supported by its parent company, Dollar Shave Club, and did not need to make its own revenue. The next chapterDigital media companies are exploring their next chapter after years of raising round after round of venture capital. Bryan Goldberg, CEO of Bustle Digital Group, told CNBC that he predicted consolidation among those five digital media companies. It would make sense that to prepare for any SPAC deals, these media companies would cut costs through layoffs to improve their balance sheets.
Persons: Biden, doesn't, it's, Joel Kaplan, HuffPost, Jonah Peretti, Peretti, we've, Austin Rief, Rief, It's, they're, Emily Bell, BuzzFeed, Bell, Laura Bassett, Bassett, Ev Williams, Michael Dubin, MEL, Taylor Lorenz, Max Tani, Mel, Barack Obama, Jeff Bezos, Casey Newton, Williams, Newton, Bryan Goldberg, Kaplan Organizations: CNN, BuzzFeed, MEL Magazine, Vice Media, Covid, Syracuse University, HuffPost, Morning, Business, CNN Business, Verizon Media Group, Tow Center, Digital Journalism, Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism, Guardian, Google, Facebook, Fast Company, Journalism, New York Times, Daily Beast, Twitter, Digital, CNBC, Vox Media Locations: York, Canada, Instagram
As Pandemic Upends Teaching, Fewer Students Want to Pursue It
  + stars: | 2021-03-27 | by ( Emma Goldberg | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
For some young people, doubts about entering the teaching work force amid the pandemic are straightforward: They fear that the job now entails increased risk. After months of seeing only her roommates, moving around a classroom brimming with fourth and fifth graders was nerve-racking. But for many students, the challenges posed by remote teaching can be just as steep. “You have to like what you’re doing a lot more for it to translate on a computer. I’m wondering, if I don’t like doing this online that much, should I be getting a degree in it?”
Persons: Nicole Blagsvedt, Blagsvedt’s, , , David J, Chard, they’re, Oscar Nollette Organizations: University of Wisconsin, Wheelock College of Education, Human, Boston University, University of Michigan Locations: La Crosse
So, What’s Your ‘Fauxmorbidity’?
  + stars: | 2021-03-27 | by ( Jacob Bernstein | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Occasionally, those posting on Instagram have said that they were trying to say to others that the vaccine is safe and effective. But even though true, this can sound a little sanctimonious to Bruce Bozzi, the host of “Lunch With Bruce,” a weekly Sirius XM show on RadioAndy. “They don’t need me to get a vaccine,” said Dr. Roger Emert, an allergist and immunologist at N.Y.U. In recent weeks, the Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine went to market. That increased the number of available vaccines, while some people in previously eligible groups continued not to take advantage.
Persons: Bruce Bozzi, Bruce, , You’re, Joe Biden, Roger Emert, , Emert, “ haven’t, ” “ I’ve, Edward Goldberg, Johnson Organizations: Sirius XM, for Disease Control, Prevention’s Locations: N.Y.U, Langone
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