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watch nowOngoing problems with the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid have delayed financial aid award letters — and have even prevented many high school seniors and their families from applying for aid at all. Yale UniversityLocation: New Haven, ConnecticutSticker price: $87,150Average need-based scholarship: $71,577Average total out-of-pocket cost: $15,573 2. Vassar CollegeLocation: Poughkeepsie, New YorkSticker price: $85,220Average need-based scholarship: $61,252Average total out-of-pocket cost: $23,968 3. Williams CollegeLocation: Williamstown, MassachusettsSticker price: $85,820Average need-based scholarship: $70,764Average total out-of-pocket cost: $15,056 4. Pomona CollegeLocation: Claremont, CaliforniaSticker price: $86,814Average need-based scholarship: $65,925Average total out-of-pocket cost: $20,889 5.
Persons: Robert Franek, Yale University Yana Paskova, Stringer, Win McNamee Organizations: Federal, Aid, National College, Princeton, Yale University, Vassar College, Williams, Pomona, California Institute of Technology, University of Virginia, Getty Locations: New Haven , Connecticut, Poughkeepsie , New York, Williamstown , Massachusetts, Claremont , California, Pasadena , California, Charlottesville , Virginia
The Supreme Court on Monday turned away two Covid-related appeals brought by Children's Health Defense, the anti-vaccine group founded by independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. In the FDA case, the group claimed in court papers that Covid vaccines were "ineffective and lacked proper vetting." Circuit Court of Appeals found that Kennedy's group did not have legal standing to sue. Kennedy is listed as a lawyer on the Rutgers filing at the Supreme Court despite his leave of absence from the group. In a separate vaccine-related case, the court also turned away a challenge to Connecticut's decision to repeal a religious exemption for school vaccinations.
Persons: Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Kennedy Organizations: Children's Health Defense, Food, Rutgers University, FDA, Circuit, Appeals, Rutgers, Democratic, Health Defense Locations: Phoenix , Arizona, New Jersey, Orleans, Philadelphia
The summer after my sophomore and junior years at Harvard University, I interned at Bridgewater Associates, the world's largest hedge fund. AdvertisementAnd while I definitely see parallels between my time at Bridgewater and that "Black Mirror" episode, I look back fondly on my time there. AdvertisementAuthenticity is a big thing at Bridgewater, so I went into the interview wanting to be completely myself. I worked on a lot of diversity initiatives, figuring out how to make Bridgewater more streamlined and accessible to employees. It helped shape who I am today, especially how I think about feedback, work, and the relationships I have at work.
Persons: Daria Rose, Ray, , I've, Ray Dalio, would've, She'd, Myers, , we'd, I'd, It's, Dalio, it's, it'd, Ray Dalio isn't, We'd, Jane Zhang Organizations: Bridgewater Associates, Business, Harvard University, Bridgewater, Harvard, Briggs Locations: Ray Dalio's, Bridgewater, Westport , Connecticut,
CNN —Two-time WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson and rookie superstar Caitlin Clark lead the early fan voting for the WNBA All-Star Game, the league announced on Friday. A combination of fan, player, media and coach voting will determine who takes part and, after the first round of fan voting, Wilson leads with 217,773 votes and Clark trails just behind with 216,427. Wilson, a five-time All-Star already, is the current league leader in scoring and rebounding this season, averaging 27.9 points and 11.3 rebounds each game. Clark’s teammate Aliyah Boston, who was named Rookie of the Year in 2023, is in third place in the fan voting while Angel Reese is in seventh. Once the voting concludes, players in the top 10 who haven’t been selected for the USA will join the roster of the WNBA All-Stars team.
Persons: A’ja Wilson, Caitlin Clark, clamor, Wilson, Clark, Brian Fluharty, NaLyssa Smith, Clark’s, Angel Reese, haven’t Organizations: CNN, WNBA, Footprint, Las Vegas Aces, Connecticut Sun, Indiana, Atlanta, Farm, Boston, USA Basketball Women’s, USA Locations: Phoenix, Connecticut, USA
Over four years, the total bill may be $500,000 or more, as it is estimated to be at Columbia University, according to Self Financial. These are the 10 schools with the highest total cost for four years. Columbia University—New YorkTotal cost: $514,4422. Massachusetts Institute of Technology—Cambridge, MassachusettsTotal cost: $441,948All of the 10 most expensive schools Self Financial identified are private, which makes sense, given that those institutions typically charge higher tuition than public schools. But private colleges often offer generous financial aid and scholarships packages so your cost to attend may even be lower than at a public university.
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A United Airlines Airbus A320 flight bound for Denver had to turn back after takeoff. A piece of its engine's sound-dampening outer liner fell off, causing an "abnormal noise." download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementA United Airlines flight from Connecticut to Colorado had to turn back shortly after takeoff after a piece of its engine cover fell off. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: Organizations: United Airlines Airbus, Service, United Airlines, Airbus, Bradley International Airport, Federal Aviation Administration, Crew, FAA, Business Locations: Denver, Connecticut, Colorado, Hartford
“Stop wearing sunscreen,” says a TikTok influencer with 1.6 million followers and 36 million likes. “The sun does not cause skin cancer,” insists a TikTok pundit with 76,000 followers in a post that has been bookmarked nearly 4,000 times. “Vitamin D can still be generated when you’re wearing sunscreen,” Andrews said. “Since sunscreen came out, the rise of skin cancer has only gone up and up,” says one TikTok influencer. So the driving force is exposure years and years ago, not the increased use of sunscreen today.”Many social media posters use a nugget of truth and then twist it, experts say.
Persons: , I’ll, It’s, Kathleen Suozzi, “ It’s, ” Suozzi, “ You’ll, you’ll, Gen, David Andrews, ” Andrews, today’s, Kelly Olino, we’d, , Connie Chen, CNN That’s, ” Olino, , Suozzi, Andrews, overexposure, it’s, dermatologists, That’s, influencer, you’d, ” EWG’s Andrews Organizations: CNN, Skin Cancer Foundation, Yale School of Medicine, US Centers for Disease Control, Environmental, Yale Cancer Center, Social Locations: New Haven , Connecticut, melanomas
A family of four needs to earn at least $106,903 a year to cover their necessities in most U.S. states, a recent SmartAsset study reveals. The findings are based on cost estimates for housing, child care, transportation, health care, taxes and other common expenses, as tracked by the MIT Living Wage calculator. That said, basic expenses for a family of four in all states exceeds what most U.S. households typically earn, which is estimated to be a median of $78,171, according to data consulting firm Motio Research. And about 1 in 5 parents say they've relied on a relative to help out with child care. Here's a look at the minimum amount a family of four would need to cover basic needs, including child care, in each state.
Persons: it's, they've Organizations: MIT, Motio, Census Locations: Massachusetts, Hawaii, Connecticut, York, California, Mississippi, Los Angeles, New York City, U.S
But nothing that Clark does — or that is done to Clark — is treated as normal. That was just the latest bulletin in a months-long news cycle trailing everything Clark does. ESPN's Stephen A. Smith said WNBA players should go easier on Clark in games if they want to keep up record viewership: "Protect the golden goose." Related storiesThese days, watching Caitlin Clark play basketball has become a Rorschach test for a deeply divided country. Four years ago, WNBA players actually helped flip a Senate seat in Georgia.
Persons: Caitlin Clark, , Clark, Clark —, Angel Reese, ESPN's Stephen A, Smith, Nikki Haley, Cathy Engelbert, Wilson, Michael Jordan Michael Hickey, she's, we've, Megan Rapinoe, Donald Trump, Brittney Griner, Matt Leinart, Reese, Pat McAfee, Eminem, Chennedy Carter, Carter, That's, I'm, Dijonai Carrington, Carrington vocalized, Emilee Chinn, Sabrina Ionescu, Breanna Stewart, A'ja Wilson, Clark Caitlin Clark, — infantilize, James Boyd Organizations: WNBA, Business, Chicago, CNN, Fox News, ESPN, Olympic, GOP, Chicago Sky, That's, Connecticut Sun, Getty, Black, Nike, The Locations: Iowa, Hollywood, Indiana, America, Georgia, Russia, Chicago, Washington ,, Connecticut
CNN —The PGA Tour announced on Tuesday it had created a special exemption for Tiger Woods alone, allowing for qualification to certain events on its schedule. The 15-time major champion is tied for the most ever PGA Tour victories with Sam Snead. The eight ‘Signature Events’ on the PGA Tour are the marquee tournaments on the tour’s schedule, boasting increased prize money and more FedExCup points up for grabs. The 48-year-old has played in only four tournaments this year: The Genesis Invitational and the three majors. The other change which the PGA Tour announced on Tuesday was that all ‘Signature Events’ would have a minimum field of 72 players.
Persons: Tiger Woods, ’ Woods, Sam Snead, Woods, Arnold Palmer Organizations: CNN, PGA, Tiger, PGA Tour’s, Enterprises Boards, Arnold Palmer Invitational, RBC Heritage, Wells, Travelers, Masters Locations: Hartford , Connecticut, Wells Fargo
Boeing has been under intense scrutiny with numerous federal investigations and congressional hearings since a January 5 Alaska Air Boeing 737 Max flight had a door plug blow off, leaving a gaping hole in both the plane and Boeing’s reputation. He also claims Boeing in August 2023 told employees to delete records about nonconforming parts, which led him to complain – but Boeing took no action. Jason Redmond/ReutersAt an April 17 hearing Boeing engineer Sam Salehpour testified that Boeing is putting out defective planes because he and others who complain faced pressure not to do so. But the January 5 incident aboard the Alaska Air flight happened just days before the end of the probationary period. Boeing has denied the Alaska Air incident violated the deferred prosecution agreement and is challenging any potential criminal liability in court.
Persons: Sam Mohawk, , Dave Calhoun, Calhoun, We’ve, Sen, Richard Blumenthal, Blumenthal, ” Blumenthal, , Max, Howard McKenzie, Boeing’s, Jason Redmond, Sam Salehpour, ” Salehpour, ” Calhoun’s, Richard Aboulafia, “ I’m, Calhoun’s Organizations: Washington CNN, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, Congressional, CNN, Alaska Air Boeing, Max, Connecticut Democrat, FAA, Reuters, Consultancy, Alaska Air, Alaska Airlines, Alaska Airlines ’, Department Locations: Renton , Washington, Connecticut, Mohawk, Renton, Alaska, Indonesia, Ethiopia
CNN —Senate Republicans on Tuesday blocked an attempt by Democrats to pass a bill to ban bump stocks in the wake of a recent Supreme Court ruling. The bill would enact a federal ban on the sale of bump stock devices. Bump stocks allow a shooter to convert a semi-automatic rifle into a weapon that can fire at a rate of hundreds of rounds a minute. The Supreme Court on Friday struck down a federal ban on bump stocks approved by former President Donald Trump, the latest opinion from the conservative court rolling back firearm regulations. While some Republicans support a ban on bump stocks, the issue has divided GOP senators in the aftermath of the high court ruling.
Persons: Donald Trump, Democratic Sen, Martin Heinrich of, Republican Sen, Pete Ricketts, , there’s, ” Heinrich, Chuck Schumer, ” Schumer, Ricketts, “ It’s, , Sen, Lindsey Graham of, John Cornyn of, “ I’ve, I’d, ” Sen, Shelley Moore Capito, Chris Murphy, Connecticut, Murphy Organizations: CNN, Democratic, Republican, Nebraska, GOP, Republicans Locations: Martin Heinrich of New Mexico, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, John Cornyn of Texas, West Virginia
Editor’s Note: Mark Wolfe is an energy economist and serves as the executive director of the National Energy Assistance Directors Association, representing the state directors of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program and co-director of the Center on Climate, Energy and Poverty. Triple-digit temperatures have hit the western states, with the Northeast, Midwest and Great Lakes regions expected to see extreme heat waves this week. Weather-related deaths from extreme heat are more common than from those from hurricanes, floods, extreme cold and other natural disasters. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1,220 people die from extreme heat every year. During periods of extreme heat, cooling is not just a luxury that provides comfort, but a necessary measure that helps families across all income brackets, and especially low-income families, stay safe.
Persons: Mark Wolfe, That’s Organizations: National Energy Assistance, Association, Income, Energy Assistance Program, Energy, CNN, Triple, US Centers for Disease Control, Center for Energy, US Energy Information Administration, Low Income, Energy Assistance, Twitter, Facebook, Federal Locations: United States, Midwest, Great, Washington, Connecticut
I'll review a way to play increased electricity use as electric vehicle adoption progresses around the country. Eversource Energy (ES) , a public utility holding company, operates in the electric distribution, electric transmission, natural gas distribution, and water distribution segments. It is involved in transmitting and distributing electricity, solar power facilities, and natural gas distribution. Eversource Energy was incorporated in 1927 and is headquartered in Springfield, Massachusetts. ES 1Y mountain Eversource Energy, 1-year The stock hasn't traded particularly well recently, but that may present an opportunity.
Persons: I've Organizations: California Air Resources Board, Nvidia, Eversource Energy, Utilities, Energy Locations: California, United States, Los Angeles, Connecticut , Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Springfield , Massachusetts
“In the courtroom we see Donald Trump for who he is. “And a president who is fighting for your family.”For months, Biden and his team refrained from using Trump’s legal woes in their arguments against him. The campaign has leaned into using the verdict as further evidence the former president is unfit for office and has branded him a “convicted felon” in statements. “For the first time in American history, a former president is convicted – a convicted felon. The ad push comes 10 days before Biden and Trump will appear on the debate stage at a CNN studio in Atlanta for the first in-person showdown of the 2024 campaign.
Persons: CNN —, Biden, , , Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden’s, Trump, Donald Trump, He’s, , ” Biden, Barack Obama, “ Trump, Michael Tyler Organizations: CNN, Biden Locations: Manhattan, New York, Connecticut, Los Angeles, Atlanta
CNN —Gordon Ramsay says he’s grateful to be alive but shaken after a recent cycling accident in Connecticut. The famed TV chef said in a video posted to his Instagram page over the weekend that he “had a really bad accident” that “really shook me.”“Honestly, I’m lucky to be here,” he said, before thanking the “incredible” trauma surgeons, doctors and nurses who cared for him. He wrote in the caption that he’s “doing ok” now and that he didn’t break any bones or suffer a major injury, but he is “a bit bruised up looking like a purple potato.”At one point in the video, the “Hell’s Kitchen” star lifts up his white chef’s coat to show a massive purple bruise on his torso. “I’m lucky to be standing here,” Ramsay, an avid cyclist and triathlon competitor, said. “I’m in pain, it’s been a brutal week, and I’m sort of getting through it but I cannot tell you the importance of wearing a helmet.”He said he believes the helmet “saved my life.”CNN reached out to a representative for Ramsay for comment.
Persons: CNN — Gordon Ramsay, he’s, , , ” Ramsay, it’s, Ramsay Organizations: CNN, ” CNN Locations: Connecticut
The threat from a looming wave of maturing commercial real estate loans has been well telegraphed to investors, but it's possible the metrics they are using to protect themselves from risk are flawed. Many investors have been avoiding bank stocks with high concentrations of commercial real estate (CRE) exposure. Investors have been punishing regional bank stocks, especially when the bank's commercial real estate exposure tops more than 300% of its total equity . While the latter two have some exposure to New York City real estate, both banks benefit from strong management teams, he said. (New York real estate markets are navigating both falling office values as well as the dynamics of rent-regulated multifamily properties.)
Persons: Erika Najarian, Stephens, Matt Breese, Breese, Webster, Najarian, Piper Sandler, Scott Siefers, Siefers, generalists Organizations: Owners, KBW, Regional Banking, UBS, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, Federal Reserve, Kansas City Fed, NBT Bancorp, Webster, National Bancorp, Micron Technology, Financial Group, Citizens Locations: New York City, York, . Connecticut, New, New York, Providence, R.I
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay says he's "lucky to be alive" after a cycling accident in Connecticut. Wearing a helmet saved his life, Ramsay said on Instagram. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . You can opt-out at any time by visiting our Preferences page or by clicking "unsubscribe" at the bottom of the email. AdvertisementGordon Ramsay said he's "lucky to be alive" after being involved in a "really bad" accident while cycling in Connecticut earlier this week.
Persons: Gordon Ramsay, he's, Ramsay, , Instagram Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Connecticut, Instagram, British
"A vote for a commission is a vote to cut Social Security," the man shouted before he was escorted off the floor. How the last major reforms, in 1983, came togetherPresident Ronald Reagan signs the Social Security Act Amendment into law on April 20, 1983. The changes involved taxes on Social Security benefits, increases to payroll tax rates, a future increase to the retirement age and a near-term postponement of cost-of-living adjustments. Social Security Commission Chairman Alan Greenspan, left, shakes hands with Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, prior to a Social Security hearing on Feb. 15, 1983. Lawmakers divided on best path forwardToday, lawmakers are divided on the best path forward to address Social Security.
Persons: , Scott Peters, Peters, Bill Huizenga, Joe Manchin, Mitt Romney, — Rep, John Larson, Connecticut —, It's, " Larson, Larson, Nancy Altman, Ronald Reagan, Alan Greenspan, Greenspan, Jim Baker, Reagan, Tip O'Neill, Robert M, Ball, O'Neill, Sen, Charles Grassley, Bob Dole, John Danforth, Altman, Bruce D, Schobel, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, California —, they're, Hakeem Jeffries, Conn, Brian Higgins, Jimmy Gomez, Jeffries, Dan Kildee, Richard Neal, Tom Williams Organizations: iStock, Social, Social Security, AARP, CNBC, Rep, Democratic, Corbis, National Commission, Social Security Reform, Greenspan, Federal Reserve, House, White, Finance, Economic Policy Institute, Republican, Greenspan Commission, Senate Finance, Bettmann, Getty, Congress, Democratic House, White House, Democrats, Security, Capitol Visitor Center, CQ, Inc Locations: Sens, R, Utah, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Iowa, California, D
New York CNN —Alex Jones’ conspiracy empire is on the brink. If the judge rules in favor of Sandy Hook families, Infowars would be shuttered. In such a scenario, a court-appointed trustee would be tasked with securing the assets and then selling off Jones’ media empire, including the website, studio space, and broadcasting equipment. “Infowars would no longer exist,” Christopher Mattei, an attorney who represents some of the Sandy Hook families, explained this week to CNN’s Hadas Gold. But the attorneys representing Sandy Hook families expect that the most likely scenario is Jones’ Infowars empire will be sold off, piece by piece, with the proceeds going to their clients.
Persons: Alex Jones ’, Sandy Hook, Jones, Infowars, ” Christopher Mattei, ” Jones, Tucker Carlson, Dinesh D’Souza, Alex Jones, ” Mattei, , Organizations: New York CNN, Systems, Companies, Fox News, Voting Systems, America News, Salem Media Locations: New York, Texas, Newtown , Connecticut, Connecticut
CNN —As she adjusts to life in the WNBA, rookie phenom Caitlin Clark is also having to navigate becoming a lightning rod for societal discourse. “It’s disappointing,” replied Clark ahead of the Indiana Fever’s home game against the Atlanta Dream. Her rivalry with fellow star Angel Reese, for example, has triggered discourse about race in the US. Clark has had a mixed start to her WNBA career so far, showing flashes of her brilliance but struggling initially with the physicality of the professional game. “Nobody’s apathetic about the WNBA because we’ve brought in so many new fans into what we call the fan funnel this year.”
Persons: Caitlin Clark, Clark, she’d, “ It’s, , , Steph Chambers, Angel Reese, Reese, I’ll, ” Reese, , ” Clark, don’t, DiJonai Carrington, ” Carrington, reignite, Cathy Engelbert, haven’t, ’ ’, Engelbert of Clark, “ We’re, Caitlin, Engelbert, Cameron Brink, we’ve Organizations: CNN, WNBA, Indiana Fever, Indiana Fever’s, Atlanta, Seattle Storm, NCAA, Sun, Twitter, Indiana, Chicago Sky, USA, Wednesday Locations: USA
A Houston bankruptcy judge on Friday ordered the personal assets of the Infowars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to be liquidated and sold, with the proceeds distributed among the Sandy Hook families. The ruling will allow Mr. Jones to continue broadcasting on Infowars, while the families continue to pursue payment of the enormous defamation damages awarded them. The outcome sharply divided the Sandy Hook families. The families who sued Mr. Jones in Connecticut favored settling for less money and shutting Mr. Jones down, although they acknowledged it would perhaps not silence him entirely. Mr. Jones is appealing the judgments against him, a fight that is expected to take years.
Persons: Alex Jones, Sandy Hook, Jones Organizations: Families Locations: Houston, Texas, Connecticut
A federal judge on Friday ordered the liquidation of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones′ personal assets and was still deciding on his company's separate bankruptcy case. Judge Christopher Lopez approved converting Jones' proposed personal bankruptcy reorganization to a liquidation. He was still set to rule on whether Jones' company, Austin, Texas-based Free Speech Systems, also should be liquidated. It wasn't immediately clear what will happen to Free Speech Systems, which is Infowars' parent company. If Free Speech Systems' case is dismissed, the company could return to the same position it was in after the $1.5 billion was awarded in the lawsuits.
Persons: Alex Jones, Infowars, Senate's Dirksen, Jack Dorsey, Jones, Sandy, Christopher Lopez, Sandy Hook, Chris Mattei, Jesse Lewis, Organizations: U.S, Intelligence, Capitol, Elementary, Speech Systems, Free Speech Systems, Systems Locations: Washington , U.S, Austin , Texas, Austin, Texas, Newtown , Connecticut, Connecticut, Texas and Connecticut
CNN —The Oscars of the food world — the James Beard Awards — were handed out Monday night to many chefs and restaurants reflecting cultures and regions that have long been overlooked when honoring culinary achievement in the United States. Outstanding Chef winner Michael Rafidi dedicated his award to Palestinian people all over the world in his acceptance speech. The 2024 winners bring heritage from all over the globe — the Philippines, Mexico, Japan, Peru, Vietnam, Senegal — to tables across the United States. This year’s awards also bring recognition to restaurants in many smaller towns and states that have not historically been recognized with James Beard Awards. Chef Masako Morishita received the James Beard Award for Emerging Chef.
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“My homeowners insurance doubled, with no notice – nothing,” said Jennifer Schauer, who bought her home in Novato, California, in 2021. The US homeowners insurance industry lost $101.3 billion last year as severe storms, hurricanes and wildfire did significant damage. Schauer isn’t alone among Californians grappling with high hidden costs of homeownership. By contrast, Kentucky ($11,559), Arkansas ($11,692) and Mississippi ($11,881) had the lowest hidden costs of homeownership, according to Bankrate. Since Covid, the hidden cost of homeownership has climbed most rapidly in three states: Utah (44%), Idaho (39%) and Hawaii (38%).
Persons: we’re, That’s, Bankrate, Jeff Ostrowski, , Jennifer Schauer, Schauer, wasn’t, , Schauer isn’t, it’s, you’ll, ” Ostrowski Organizations: New, New York CNN, CNN, P Global, Federal Reserve Locations: New York, Novato , California, California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Kentucky, Arkansas, Mississippi, Utah, Idaho
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