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California remains one of the most expensive states to live in, according to a recent Creditnews Research study that found America's middle class is being priced out. In the report that asked, "Can America's Middle Class Still Afford Homeownership in 2024? ", the independent research house studied the relationship between income distribution and housing costs across America's 100 most populous metropolitan areas to find the most and least affordable places for the middle class. The least affordable metro areas were almost entirely on the Pacific coast. Five of the 10 least affordable metro areas are in California.
Organizations: Pew Locations: California, United States, San Francisco, San Diego
CNN —Argentina is seeking the arrest of Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi for allegedly being one of the perpetrators of the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in the capital Buenos Aires. The Argentine Foreign Ministry said in a statement Tuesday that, at its request, Interpol had issued a red notice for Vahidi’s arrest over the bombing of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association (AMIA). The aftermath of the bomb attack at the AMIA center in Buenos Aires on July 18, 1994. Diego Levy/Bloomberg/Getty ImagesThe 1994 attack – the worst in Argentina’s history – killed 85 people and injured about 300. “Thank you to President (Javier) Milei and Foreign Minister Diana Mondino for the request to issue an order for his arrest for the attack against the Jewish community,” he wrote.
Persons: Ahmad Vahidi, Vahidi, Diego Levy, , Nasser Kanaani, , Israel Katz, Argentina’s, Javier, Milei, Diana Mondino, , Ayatollah Ali, Khamenei Organizations: CNN —, Argentine Foreign Ministry, Interpol, Argentine Israelite Mutual Association, CNN, Español, Bloomberg, Getty, Iran’s Foreign, ” Israel’s Locations: CNN — Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Iran
Tayfun Coskun | Anadolu Agency | Getty ImagesThe trilateral defense and security pact between the Australia, U.K., and U.S. — commonly referred to as AUKUS — is not going to trigger a nuclear arms race in the Indo-Pacific region, said the U.S. China responded at that time, warning of the danger of an arms race as well as nuclear proliferation. watch now"It's very important that countries understand that this is not to create a race — to create any kind of arms' races. Nuclear-powered submarines are allowed under the nuclear non-proliferation treaty and Australia is not going to become a nuclear weapons state," she added. China's responseChina reiterated its warning that Western powers in the AUKUS security pact are provoking division and risking nuclear proliferation in the South Pacific in its latest remarks.
Persons: Joe Biden, Rishi Sunak, Anthony Albanese, Tayfun, Bonnie Denise Jenkins, Jenkins, Wang Wenbin, presser Organizations: Naval Base Point, Anadolu Agency, Getty, U.S, for Arms Control, International Security, International Atomic Energy Agency, South Pacific, Pacific Nuclear, Foreign Locations: Australia, United Kingdom, United States, Naval Base Point Loma, San Diego , California, China, South
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Since then, private-equity firms have poured $54.6 billion into sports, according to PitchBook data. And the field of potential investors is growing with Goldman Sachs helping rich clients invest in teams, which can drive up prices. AdvertisementLeagues also restrict PE investments, with some caps on the number of teams a firm can own stakes in or the ownership share a fund can hold. Scroll down to read about the private equity firms, listed alphabetically, that have been making the biggest moves in sports in recent years.
Persons: , Josh Harris, Rob Walton, Carlyle, Ben, Blackstone, Goldman Sachs, Harris, Blackstone Group's David Blitzer, Lauren Leichtman, Arthur Levine, Sportico, RedBird, Gerry Cardinale, There's Organizations: Service, MLB, NBA, Business, Washington, Denver Broncos, Amazon, Sports, Ben Fund, Bluestone Equity Partners, GMF, Apollo Global Management, Blackstone Group's, Levine, Capital Partners, San Diego Wave, NFL Locations: downturns
Global military spending in 2023 rose to the highest levels ever recorded, analysts said. All five of the institute's defined geographical regions saw rises in military spending for the first time since 2009, with Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Oceania recording particularly large increases, it said. This, in turn, has ramped up military spending. It also highlighted Ukraine, which ranked eighth in terms of overall defense spending, following a 51% year-on-year increase. At the same time, Israel saw its defense spending rise by 24% to reach $27.5 billion in 2023, mostly due to its large-scale offensive in Gaza, SIPRI's report found.
Persons: , SIPRI, Nan Tian, Diego Herrera Carcedo, Lorenzo Scarazzato, spender, Israel Organizations: Global, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Service, International Crisis, Getty, NATO Locations: Stockholm, Europe, East, Asia, Oceania, Ukraine, Gaza, Ethiopia, Myanmar, Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast, Anadolu, China
California Coast Credit Union's 9.50% APY CD comes with strict requirements. miniseries/Getty ImagesCalifornia Coast Credit Union gives 9.50% APY (annual percentage yield) on its 5-month CD special. AdvertisementCalifornia Coast Credit Union, a local credit union in San Diego and Riverside counties, is currently offering a 5-month Celebration Certificate with a 9.50% APY, or annual percentage yield. How to get 9.50% APY on a California Coast Credit Union CDCalifornia Coast Credit Union is a credit union, which means that you'll need to be eligible for membership before you can open any account with it. California Coast Credit Union currently offers the best CD rate of any bank or credit union, with a 9.50% APY on its Celebration Certificate.
Persons: you'll, You'll, they're Organizations: California Coast, Getty, California Coast Credit Union, Credit, Credit Union, Coast Credit, California Coast Credit, California Coast Credit Union FDIC Locations: California, San Diego, Riverside, California Coast
The Pentagon is expediting preparation for a military aid package, awaiting Senate approval. The $95 billion aid bill, expected to pass next week, designates $60 billion for Ukraine. AdvertisementThe Pentagon could rush vital air defense weapons and artillery shells to Ukraine within days if the military aid bill clears the Senate as expected and receives President Joe Biden's signature, said the Department of Defense. The bill is widely expected to pass the Senate in the coming days. Diego Herrera Carcedo/Anadolu Agency via Getty ImagesThe new aid package addresses critical shortages of Ukrainian units, including 155 mm ammunition for NATO-standard artillery systems and medium-range rocket artillery.
Persons: , Joe Biden's, Biden, Diego Herrera Carcedo, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Pat Ryder, Jens Stoltenberg Organizations: Pentagon, Service, Department of Defense, Washington Post, Republican Party, Anadolu Agency, Getty, NATO, Guardian, Officials, Pentagon Press, Air Force Locations: Ukraine, Israel, Asia, Russia, Ukrainian, Donetsk Oblast, Washington, Avdiivka, Russian
In honor of Earth Month, realtyhop ranked the greenest U.S. cities for homebuyers. The report evaluated each city based on the following criteria: SustainabilityPolicy and infrastructureEnergyEnvironmentAffordability Overall, the study found that the majority of the greenest cities are on the West Coast — five are in California alone. Portland, Oregon is the greenest city in AmericaWith a total score of 62.34, Portland, Oregon took the No. The city uses green streets, eco-roofs, trees and more to manage the stormwater. Top 10 greenest cities in AmericaPortland, Ore. Washington, D.C. San Francisco, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Oakland, Calif. Spokane, Wash. New York, N.Y. Sacramento, Calif. San Diego, Calif. San Jose, Calif.
Persons: realtyhop, Gavin Newsom, Jordan Organizations: Earth, Energy, Coast, CNBC, Portland, Jordan Siemens, Getty, Environmental Services, Calif, D.C, Washington D.C, Istock Locations: U.S, homebuyers, California, Portland , Oregon, America, realtyhop, Portland, America Portland, Ore . Washington ,, San Francisco, Calif, Seattle, Wash . Oakland, Calif . Spokane, Wash . New York, N.Y, Sacramento, San Diego, San Jose, Washington
Martin J. Wygod, a Wall Street whiz who graduated from walking horses after races to owning and breeding championship thoroughbreds when he made millions from investing in online companies that sold pharmaceuticals by mail and pruned medical paperwork, died on April 12 in San Diego. His daughter, Emily Bushnell, said he died in a hospital from complications of lung disease. Raised near two racetracks in suburban New York and mentored by a software pioneer, an investor and a gambler, Mr. Wygod was said to have been the youngest managing partner of a New York Stock Exchange brokerage in the 1960s. The sale netted Mr. Wygod $250 million. “Marty Wygod made $6 billion for himself because he developed a data base.”
Persons: Martin J, Emily Bushnell, Wygod, ” Jan Buck, “ Marty Wygod Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Merck, Princeton Group International, New York Times Locations: San Diego, New York
Lululemon is planning to shut down its Washington distribution center and lay off 128 employees after opening a massive new warehouse outside of Los Angeles, the company confirmed Friday. "While some employees will be retained and will relocate to other facilities, including our recently opened distribution center in the greater Los Angeles area, the optimization will result in the reduction of just over 100 positions within the existing Sumner distribution center," the person added. The closure comes after Lululemon more than tripled its warehouse footprint in the past few years to accommodate its rapid growth. In 2021, it entered into a new lease for a 1.26 million square-foot facility outside of Los Angeles in Ontario, California, filings show. In 2022, it leased a 980,000 square foot warehouse outside of Toronto in Brampton, Ontario.
Persons: Lululemon, Sumner, , CNBC's Annie Palmer Organizations: state's Employment Security Department Locations: San Diego , California, Washington, Los Angeles, Sumner, Seattle, Sumner , WA, U.S, Canada, Toronto, Ontario , California, Brampton , Ontario, California, North America, Americas
Giant pandas coming to San Francisco from China
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CNN —China will send giant pandas to live at San Francisco’s zoo for the first time, Mayor London Breed has announced. “The memorandum of understanding signed by Mayor Breed and the (China Wildlife Conservation Association) this morning is the first official leased agreement for Giant Pandas to have residency at the San Francisco Zoo,” a media release from the city on Friday reads. “In 1984 and again in 1985, the San Francisco Zoo temporarily hosted Giant Pandas from China as part of a global tour.”In February, it was announced that China would be sending two giant pandas to the San Diego Zoo – marking the first time it has granted new panda loans in the US in two decades, CNN previously reported. The National Zoo was the first US zoo to showcase pandas, and the end of its program had left Zoo Atlanta as the only other US zoo to feature pandas. Fewer than 2,000 giant pandas remain in the wild, according to the World Wildlife Fund, which lists the species as vulnerable.
Persons: Mayor London Breed, Mayor Breed, , , Breed, Xi Jinping, Richard Nixon’s Organizations: CNN, Mayor London, Mayor, China Wildlife Conservation Association, Giant Pandas, San Francisco Zoo, Pandas, San Diego Zoo, Smithsonian National Zoo, Zoo, Zoo Atlanta, World Wildlife Fund Locations: China, Francisco’s, “ San Francisco, Washington, Beijing
Tesla's new Cybertruck is shown on display at a Tesla store in San Diego, California, on Dec. 9, 2023. Tesla has issued a voluntary recall of 3,878 Cybertrucks to fix a "stuck pedal" issue that had been depicted in a viral TikTok video posted last week by owner Jose Martinez. After assessing the problem, Tesla on April 12 decided to issue a voluntary recall of the Cybertrucks, the filing says. CNBC asked the NHTSA about the trapped pedal issue on the Cybertruck on April 14, after Martinez's video raised public awareness of the defect and unintended acceleration. The NHTSA said it "uses many data sources in its enforcement processes, including social media and vehicle owner and other related forums."
Persons: Tesla, Jose Martinez, Elon Musk Organizations: National, Traffic Safety Administration, CNBC, NHTSA Locations: San Diego , California
He said his unit had good support from HIMARS — a long-range, high-precision rocket launcher that can hit targets 50 miles away — but its effectiveness was degraded as rockets ran low. AdvertisementUkrainian soldiers watch a rocket fire from a HIMARS launcher in May 2023 in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. AdvertisementCongress approved $300 million for Ukraine last month, which would have included HIMARS rockets. M142 HIMARS launches a rocket on Russian position on December 29, 2023 in Unspecified, Ukraine. "Support Ukraine, help us win this war."
Persons: , Jonathan Poquette, it's, Serhii Mykhalchuk, Poquette, we're, Diego Herrera Carcedo, we'd, Christopher G Organizations: Service, Business, Artillery Rocket Systems, Company, Ukraine's 59th Motorized Brigade, Ukraine, Getty, Republicans, Hudson Institute, US European Command, NATO's, US Locations: Ukraine, Ukraine's, Donetsk Oblast, Ukrainian, Russia, Donetsk, US, Kyiv, Bakhmut, Anadolu
USS Boxer, a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, is returning home just 10 days after deploying. "USS Boxer is returning to San Diego to undergo additional maintenance in support of its deployment in the Indo-Pacific region," Lt. Cmdr. "We're seeing some potential delays on [the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp]," Franchetti said. A spokesperson for Surface Force Atlantic told following the incident that "during the underway, the ship discovered an engineering irregularity" and "returned to port to effect repairs." The amphibious assault ship USS Boxer transits the East Sea during Exercise Ssang Yong 2016 March 8, 2016.
Persons: Boxer, , Cmdr, Jesus Uranga,, Uranga, Craig Z, Adm, Lisa Franchetti, Franchetti, Bill Dodge, Yong, Seaman Craig Z, Konstantin Toropin Organizations: US Navy, Service, USNI News, Navy, Marine Corps, Boxer, Marines, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, USNI, Space, Maritime, USS Boxer, USS Boxer U.S . 5th, . Navy, Naval, Surface Force, REUTERS, U.S . Navy, Reuters, USS, Somerset Locations: San Diego, Boxer U.S, USS Boxer U.S, Norfolk, Virginia, Handout, USS Somerset, Somerset, India
However, they say immediate actions to reduce climate change could stem some losses in the longer term. Noah Diffenbaugh, a professor and environmental researcher at Stanford University, said the economic damage from climate change will take different shapes. Researchers estimated it would cost the global economy $6 trillion by 2050 to comply with the Paris Climate Agreement—the international agreement among nearly 200 nations to tackle climate change—compared to the study’s estimated $38 trillion economic damage due to climate change. “That’s what’s likely to happen from the global warming that’s already occurred and what’s likely to happen even for small increments of global warming.”The Nature study estimated the economic damage of different regions. The ICF paper said price hikes on essential elements of the cost of living in the US will add up due to climate change.
Persons: , Maximilian Kotz, Leonie Wenz, Noah Diffenbaugh, It’s, Wenz, Bernardo Bastien, Bastien, ” Bastien, , , “ That’s, what’s, won’t Organizations: CNN, United Nations, Potsdam, Climate, Stanford University, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California Locations: Nature, Paris, University of California San Diego, California, North America, Europe, South Asia, Africa, United States
"There's a lot going on in the space," said Judy Kimball, a senior director of investor marketing at Yipit. Initial Data Offering launched last December, and its user base has grown rapidly, according to Ober. The site is simple — it's a place where data vendors can share new products, and data buyers can get in touch with sellers on items that interest them. Now, his side hustle is growing faster than he could have imagined, and he hopes to expand beyond the typical hedge fund crowd. Because this isn't Ober's day job, the build-out can be less about revenue and more about growing the community.
Persons: Carlyle, aren't, Judy Kimball, It's, Lowenstein Sandler, Matt Ober, Ober, Kimball, Yipit Organizations: Business, IDO Locations: San Diego, Ober
So last October, at the age of 80, Murray ended her retirement and got a job giving out samples at Costco. Forecasters expect that cohort of older , working Americans to double over the next decade. “More people are working at desk jobs that don’t require much physical labor,” said Gal Wettstein, a senior research economist at the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. “That’s people who are changing jobs, younger workers and non-college educated workers.” Older workers tend not to change jobs, and they’re more likely to have a college degree. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) forbids age discrimination against people who are age 40 or older in the workplace.
Persons: Hope Murray, , Murray, she’ll, , Murray isn’t, Gal Wettstein, Monique Morrissey, ” Morrissey, What’s, Heidi Brockway, Brockway, Morrissey, ageism, Bob Vaughn, Wettstein, Vaughn, Mary Susan, they’ve, Mary Susan’s, they’d, They’re, Diane Reiter, ” Reiter, she’s, I’d, She’s Organizations: New, New York CNN, Gas, Costco, , Pew Research Center, Center for Retirement Research, Boston College, Economic Policy Institute, Social, Social Security Agency, Social Security, Lawmakers, AARP, Retirement Research, Amazon, Economic, Worker, Brookings Locations: New York, Hollywood, San Diego, Los Angeles, Southeast Florida, Florida, United States, Charlotte , North Carolina, Asheville, Chicago
She only stayed in Arizona for three months before realizing she wanted to return home to California. When you say you're from California, they think of LA, San Francisco, and San Diego. I'm a retired police dispatcher and believe crime needs to be punished, and I don't think it is here in California. But I don't live politics every day, and they did. When you're born and raised in California, you need to be in California.
Persons: , Jayne Ashton, I'm, Benson, You've, Paul Harris, It's, I've, Ashton, Matt Blank, shouldn't Organizations: Service, Business, Walmart, Safeway, Foods, California Locations: Homeland , California, Benson , Arizona, Arizona, California, Bloomington, San Bernadino County, San Francisco, San Diego, But California, Tennessee, Tuscon, Tucson, Hemet, Riverside County, Tehachapi, Southern California, Clovis, LA, Los Angeles
Fast-food franchisees in California fear diners will flock to Chili's and Applebee's to avoid price hikes. As a result, the price gap between fast-food and casual dining restaurants could narrow. This could potentially cause the price difference between fast-food and casual dining restaurants to shrink. Fast-food restaurants in California have been hiking prices to offset the wage, which is 25% above the state's general minimum wage. "We're gonna start to compete with them," Ghai said, speaking about the casual dining restaurants.
Persons: , Shane Paul, Paul, Scott Olson, Taco Bell, Ghai, he's, wouldn't, Scott Rodrick, Rodrick, Hajime Uba, Brian Vaccaro, Raymond James, Sal Vitalie, Vaccaro, Sharon Zackfia, William Blair Organizations: Service, Burger Locations: California, San Diego, South San Francisco
ET / 3 a.m. BST (Sun) / 10 a.m. AWST (Sun)How to watch UFC 300 in the USAmerican UFC fans know the drill by now. You can purchase the streamer's PPV Package, which is a one-year ESPN+ subscription with the next UFC PPV fight (in this case, UFC 300) for $134.98. Where to watch UFC 300 everywhere elseThere are a few international viewing options for UFC 300 for those who aren't in the US. Install it on the device you're using to watch UFC 300. UFC 300 Fight Card: Pereira vs. HillMain card - 10 p.m.
Persons: Alex Pereira, Jamahal, we've, Pereira, Hill's, Zhang Weili, Yan Xiaonan, ExpressVPN, Justin Gaethje, Max Holloway, Charles Oliveira, Arman Tsarukyan, Bo Nickal, Cody Brundage, Aleksandar Rakić, Calvin Kattar, Aljamain Sterling, Holly Holm, Kayla Harrison, Sodiq, Diego Lopes, Turner, Renato Moicano, Jéssica Andrade, Marina Rodriguez, Women's, Bobby Green, Jim Miller, Deiveson Figueiredo, Cody Garbrandt Organizations: Business, UFC, ESPN, TNT Sports, US, Hulu Locations: Las Vegas, Canada, ExpressVPN
Here are the best ways I spent my severance package. Related storyI put $3,000 from the severance package directly toward the business for basic costs to get my idea off the ground. My severance package gave me the chance to attend conferences and events and make connections that guided my next career move. I also used severance funds to join professional organizations related to my new field, giving me networking opportunities and industry resources. My severance package became a pivotal resource not just to weather the immediate storm of my job loss, but for starting a new career narrative.
Persons: Li, , Ziwei Li, It's, I'd, I've Organizations: Service, Wei, San Diego Zoo Locations: California, San Diego, LA, La Jolla
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewUkrainian lawmakers are advancing a bill that would allow prisoners to serve in Ukraine's military and take on Russia in front-line combat. Ukraine's military has been experiencing a dangerous shortage of available soldiers on the battlefield. The Ukrainian parliament took several steps this week to address that. In addition to key manpower advantages, Russia also has an edge in industrial capacity and war materiel.
Persons: , Diego Herrera Carcedo, Rustem Umerov, Yaroslav Zhelezniak Organizations: Service, Business, Getty, Reuters, Russia's, CNN Locations: Russia, Ukrainian, Ukraine, Donetsk oblast, Anadolu
Where the border wall stops, smugglers see opportunity. Evelio Contreras/CNNBut now there are patrols from the Mexican Army and National Guard along with immigration officers, looking to stop the migrants from reaching the US. Tents at the border wall become temporary homes for those sent to patrol then land around Ejido Jacumé. These people were stopped before they reached the Mexico-US border, officials said. CNN witnessed the detention of mostly men, with some women and children, from Brazil and Guatemala this week, near one of the border wall gaps close to Ejido Jacumé.
Persons: Ejido, Evelio Contreras, David Pérez Tejada, , , he’d, ” Pérez Tejada, Spikes, Pérez Tejada, , Joe Biden, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, John Kirby, Antony Blinken, Liz Sherwood, Randall, Alejandro Majorkas Organizations: Mexico CNN, Border Patrol, CNN, Mexican Army, National Guard, Mexico’s Migration National Institute, Local, Customs, Border Protection, Spikes, , National Security, House Homeland, Homeland, Grupo Beta Locations: Baja California, Mexico, United States, San Diego, Ejido, Tijuana, California, Brazil, Guatemala, Mexican, Washington, Mexico City
There is no public evidence that Giuliani and Martorano know each other. Giuliani spokesman Ted Goodman, in an email to CNBC, said "This is a lawsuit unrelated to us." CNBC requested comment from lawyers for Martorano, his wife, and the other defendants in both the Georgia lawsuit and a federal civil racketeering and fraud lawsuit in California related to the alleged skincare cream scam. In her ruling, the judge wrote that the plaintiff "has shown by a preponderance of the evidence that Konnektive Defendants deceived banks and credit card companies." "The Konnektive software was designed specifically for the purpose of facilitating automated bank fraud," according to the federal suit.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Bonnie Cash, Rudy Giuliani's, Matthew Martorano, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Trump, , Martorano, Kevin Kneupper, LeAnne Tan, Ted Goodman, Kathryn Martorano, Konnektive, Kneupper, San Diego judge's, Don Emmert Organizations: New York, U.S, Reuters, New York City, CNBC, La, Visa, Mastercard, Fulton County Superior Court, San Diego, Federal, New, Trump National Golf, AFP, Getty, Trump Save America, Save, Commission Locations: Washington , U.S, Georgia, Martorano, Fulton County, California, San Diego, San, New York, Bedminster , New Jersey
You'll need to earn just over six figures to buy a typical home in the U.S. right now. San Jose is by far the most priciest place to buy a home, even among 10 other metro areas where qualifying income exceeds $200,000. Some of the wealthiest people in the U.S. live in cities like San Jose, San Francisco and Anaheim. In contrast to California's most expensive markets, the qualifying income needed to buy a typical home in the U.S. overall is $103,835. It's even cheaper in the Midwest and the South, where the qualifying income is $74,967 and $95,511, respectively.
Persons: NAR's Organizations: National Association of Realtors, Thousand Oaks, San, Housing Finance Agency, CNBC Locations: U.S, California, San Jose, Jose, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara , California, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Irvine , California, Francisco, Oakland, Hayward , California, Honolulu, Hawaii, Salinas , California, Diego, Carlsbad , California, Oxnard, Ventura , California, San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles , California, Angeles, Long, Glendale , California, Boulder , Colorado, Naples, Marco Island, Florida, San Francisco, Atherton, Midwest
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