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watch nowAs sea levels rise and storms intensify, coastal real estate is seeing flooding and erosion like never before. From Dana Point, California, to Long Island, New York and Nantucket, Massachusetts, some of the nation's priciest coastal real estate is in an increasingly precarious position due to climate change. Various risk models have shown myriad projections for falling real estate values, but the effects of climate change are already hitting the market — and at a faster pace than most expected. A Nantucket home listed last summer for just over $2 million sold early this year for just $600,000. "There have been several," said Shelly Lockwood, a real estate agent on Nantucket.
Persons: Dana, Shelly Lockwood, Lockwood, that's, it's, Kay Tyler, he's, Chris Farley, Farley, Diana Olick, Olick Organizations: National Oceanic, Atmospheric Administration, Nantucket, Boston Globe, First, CNBC Locations: Dana Point , California, Long, , New York, Nantucket , Massachusetts, Nantucket, Montauk, Gulf Coasts, United States, Lockwood
I´m in my 30s, but I joke that I´ve been a grandma since birth. I'm an only child, and my grandmother raised me while my parents were out of the picture. My grandmother's house was on a peninsula, a seven-mile stretch of the Atlantic on the south shore of Massachusetts. I'd never been able to see my grandmother from the water and dreaded seeing her become a blurry speck on shore. I also don't trust myself to teach someone about the world when I´ve barely figured it out myself.
Persons: I'm, aren't, ´, couldn't, I'd, , I've, Lasik, It's, wouldn't Organizations: Service, Pride Locations: Massachusetts, New York, Boston, Atlanta, Seattle, Caribbean, Iceland, Montreal, France
John Shearer/TAS23/Getty Images Swift performs in Glendale, Arizona, during the opening weekend of "The Eras Tour" in March 2023. John Shearer/TAS23/Getty Images Fans wait in line to buy tour merchandise outside Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, in April 2023. Hector Vivas/TAS23/Getty Images Swift performs "Midnight Rain" in Edinburgh, Scotland, in June 2024. John Shearer/TAS23/Getty Images Swift sings "I Can Do It With a Broken Heart" in Paris in May 2024. John Shearer/TAS23/Getty Images In pictures: Taylor Swift's 'Eras Tour' Prev NextMonitoring stations around the city registered the activity during all three performances.
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Now, a new study that looked at 5 million stars in the Milky Way galaxy suggests that seven candidates could potentially be hosting Dyson spheres — a finding that’s attracting scrutiny and alternate theories. If Dyson spheres really exist, what could they be used for? “Freeman Dyson said that we should dismantle Jupiter — the whole planet (for the raw materials).”That supercolossal scale probably means that Dyson spheres, if they exist at all, are very rare. “However, contamination by circumstellar debris disks, which mimic Dyson Sphere infrared signatures, remains a concern,” he added in an email. However, he added, the radiation fingerprint of the seven Dyson sphere candidates might be explained by natural phenomena as well.
Persons: Freeman Dyson, , Dyson, Olaf Stapledon’s, George Dyson, , Freeman J, couldn’t, Matías Suazo, Suazo, , Webb, that’s, Gabriella Contardo, NASA’s James Webb, ” Suazo, “ Freeman Dyson, Jason Wright, James Webb, , Leslie Surginer, ” George Dyson, Tomotsugu Goto, Zaza Osmanov, ” Osmanov, George Organizations: CNN, Institute of, , , AP, Dyson, SETI Institute, Fermi, Accelerator Laboratory, Fermilab, Royal Astronomical Society, Uppsala University, NASA, Survey, JPL, ESA, European Space Agency, Micron, Sky Survey, University of Massachusetts, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, International School, Studies, Telescope, Penn State University, James Webb Space Telescope, William Press, Computer Science, University of Texas, Tsing Hua, SETI, of Physics, Free University of Tbilisi Locations: British, Princeton , New Jersey, Sweden, Trieste, Italy, Austin, Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, Georgia
Their study found that a 10% increase in processed food consumption was linked to a higher risk of cognitive impairment. That means you can't offset the consequences of a junk food diet by popping some multivitamins or gulping a green juice afterward. We're feeding a really complicated ecosystem in the gut that helps metabolize what we eat," Kimberly said. Aim for ingredients you recognizeYou don't have to give up processed foods completely to improve your health. In the long run, it can be more helpful to make a few small swaps you can stick to than trying (and failing) to swear off processed foods forever.
Persons: , W, Taylor Kimberly, he's, Kimberly, I've, hasn't, they're Organizations: Service, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Business Locations: Massachusetts
For many college students, attending a prestigious Ivy League school is a dream come true. But many commentators and admissions experts now have a slightly wider view of schools that are on par with the Ivy League. These days, several colleges, including Stanford University, are known as "Ivy-Plus" schools. For the 2024-25 school year, tuition alone at Stanford costs $65,127. Here's how much students typically pay to go to Stanford.
Organizations: Ivy League, Stanford University, Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The University of Chicago, Duke University, Ivy, U.S . News Locations: U.S
Experts say the "hidden costs" of owning a home, especially repairs and maintenance, can come as a shock for homeowners. Based on that calculation, Bankrate estimated, annual maintenance costs in some of the states with the highest home prices — like California, Hawaii and Massachusetts — can go over $26,000 annually. Keep your 'critical eye' as a homeownerOnce you become a homeowner, it will be important to keep up with routine maintenance in your house. To avoid surprises, try to regularly inspect your home and look for spots or corners that may need to be fixed. While homeowners are "the most critical" of a house when they're buying, they often don't keep the "critical eye" after moving in, said Hicks.
Persons: Alex Marrero, " Marrero, expats, Marrero,, they're, Angie Hicks,, Massachusetts —, you've, Jeff Ostrowski, Hicks, Dan Bawden, That's, Bawden, Tom Grill Organizations: Finance,, CNBC, National Association of Realtors, Legal Eagle Contractors, Co Locations: Coral Springs , Florida, California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Bellaire , Texas
CNN —What is perhaps most striking about the 32 photographs that make up Jack Lueders-Booth’s new book, “Women Prisoner Polaroids,” is the intimacy that occupies each frame. For that reason, (when I was there) the inmates wore domestic clothes and prison guards were also un-uniformed. I was doing photography for them, making portraits for their annual reports, and sometimes processing family photographs,” said Lueders-Booth. “Over the years, my photographs were appearing on their walls as part of their photo collections, which was very rewarding. While it is true, other things are true, and many other things are perhaps more true.”
Persons: Jack Lueders, Polaroids, Mick Jagger, “ Miriam Van Waters, , , Booth, Van Waters, , Laura — “, , I’d, Lueders Organizations: CNN, Correctional Institute Framingham, Northeastern University, Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, MCI, Framingham, Lueders Locations: Massachusetts, Booth, serendipitous, Framingham
Kevin Spacey says he was ‘too handsy’ in the past
  + stars: | 2024-06-12 | by ( Lianne Kolirin | )   time to read: +3 min
CNN —Kevin Spacey has said that he was “too handsy” and that he’s been guilty of “pushing the boundaries” in the past, in a lengthy interview released Tuesday. The two-time Oscar winner was responding to claims of inappropriate behavior in an interview that ran for more than 90 minutes. “I’m absolutely 150% prepared to take accountability for those things and mistakes that I made… bad, bad, bad, behavior some times,” he told Piers Morgan Uncensored on YouTube. Last year, Spacey, 64, was found not guilty of seven counts of sexual assault and two counts of other serious sexual offenses following a four-week trial in London. The allegations covered a period between 2004 and 2013, when Spacey served as artistic director at the Old Vic theater in the British capital.
Persons: Kevin Spacey, he’s, , , Piers Morgan, Spacey, Anthony Rapp, Morgan, ” Morgan, ” Spacey, Susannah Ireland, “ can’t Organizations: CNN, YouTube, Old, Southwark Crown, Reuters, , Netflix Locations: London, New York, Nantucket, Massachusetts, Southwark, Baltimore
If you need to tackle an improbable challenge, the right mindset — "a special kind of optimism" — can help, according to Moderna co-founder and chairman Noubar Afeyan. Specifically, Afeyan — who has an estimated net worth of $1.5 billion, according to Forbes — said that "extraordinary change agents" take three actions to achieve what seems impossible:They imagine. Imagination plays a crucial role "in accomplishing impossible missions," Afeyan said: You typically need to think creatively to come up with new, original ideas. But ask yourself one central question: Why do we expect extraordinary results from reasonable people doing reasonable things?" "You need to leave your comfort zone, to think in new ways, to acclimate to the unfamiliar and embrace uncertainty."
Persons: Noubar Afeyan, he's, Afeyan —, Forbes —, Afeyan, Allison Butler, Butler Organizations: Moderna, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, Sloan School of Management, Bryant University, CNBC Locations: Lebanon, Canada, Massachusetts, Cambodia, California, Cambridge, acclimate
New York CNN —More than 15,000 Amazon contract drivers filed arbitration claims against the e-commerce giant on Tuesday, alleging Amazon classified them as independent contractors instead of employees with minimum wage and overtime rights. Amazon Flex, launched in 2015, allows independent contractors to sign up to deliver Amazon packages. Flex drivers provide Amazon Fresh grocery deliveries or same-day deliveries from the company’s warehouse hubs. Since the drivers are classified as independent contractors, these claims ask for compensation for unpaid wages and overtime, and reimbursement for expenses such as mileage and cell phone usage. Tindall told CNN that the workers filed independent arbitration claims instead of a class action lawsuit because drivers have to sign an agreement that forbids class action.
Persons: misclassification, Steven Tindall, Tindall, Joseph Sellers, , Sellers, we’re, ” Tindall, CNN’s Samantha Delouya Organizations: New, New York CNN, Amazon, Flex, American Arbitration Association, Drivers, CNN Locations: New York, California , Massachusetts, Illinois
“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%).
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New York CNN —A class action lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges that RTX Corporation, the multinational aerospace and defense systems giant formerly known as Raytheon Technologies, has been discriminating against job seekers who are 40 years or older. The ads that refer to “Recent Graduate Positions” indicate that applicants should either have graduated from college or graduate school very recently or have no more than 12 or 24 months of related work experience. While the positions may be lower level, they are not necessarily low paying, with salary ranges that can run north of $100,000. We believe these claims are entirely without merit and we will actively defend our hiring practices,” company spokesman Chris Johnson told CNN. Between 2019 and 2023, Goldstein applied to at least seven of Raytheon’s recent graduate positions for which he met all the qualifications save those requiring the newness of his degrees or the short duration of work experience.
Persons: RTX, “ RTX, we’re, Chris Johnson, — Mark H, Goldstein, Peter Romer, Friedman, ‘ EEOC, Romer Organizations: New, New York CNN, RTX Corporation, Raytheon Technologies, AARP Foundation, Court, District of, Raytheon, Virginia Human, CNN, US Department of Homeland Security, Commission Locations: New York, District of Massachusetts, Massachusetts, Virginia
“Based on rough estimates, it’s about 150,000 metric tons of water ice, the equivalent of 60 Olympic swimming pools,” he said. The volcanoes are near the Mars equator, the warmest area of the planet, which makes a water discovery particularly intriguing, Valantinas said. “Mars is a desert planet, but there’s water ice in the polar caps, and there’s water ice in the midlatitudes. Now we also have water frost in the equatorial regions, and equatorial regions are quite dry in general. “If the frost on these volcanoes is confirmed to be water (and not carbon dioxide), it would be surprising,” he said.
Persons: Adomas Valantinas, , Ceraunius, Valantinas, CaSSIS, ” Valantinas, , Mars, John Bridges, ” Bridges, Taylor Perron, Cecil, Ida Green, Perron Organizations: CNN, Olympus, NASA, JPL, Brown University, University of Bern, Nature Geoscience, University of Bern’s, European Space Agency, Orbiter, ESA Mars Express, Stereo, Mars, ESA, University of Leicester, Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Locations: , Mauna Loa, Hawaii, Switzerland, Ascraeus, Russian, CaSSIS, United Kingdom
Over the last three years, a new class of Alzheimer’s drug, the first to treat a root cause of the disease, has set off a roller coaster of hope and disappointment. Lecanemab (brand name Leqembi; pronounced le-KEM-bee) was given full approval by the Food and Drug Administration in July 2023 and is currently the only one of its class available to Alzheimer’s patients, outside clinical trials. The drug has been shown to slow the progression of the disease, but its benefits are fairly modest. With lecanemab having been approved for nearly a year — and with a similar drug, donanemab, being reviewed by an F.D.A. There are strict requirements for patients to be eligible for lecanemab; by one estimate, fewer than 20 percent met the qualifications for the medication.
Persons: Neurologists Organizations: Food and Drug Administration, New York Times, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic , Massachusetts General Hospital, University of California Locations: Mayo Clinic , Massachusetts, San Francisco
For the last two years, we've sent our 10-year-old son to sleepaway camp in California — 3,000 miles and a six-hour flight from our home in New York. The East Coast isn't lacking for overnight camps: camp culture here is stronger than in any other part of the country. Our children are lucky to have first cousins the same ages as them — and unlucky to live a continent apart. An entire summer apart? But it's no less true for modern parents fortunate enough to ship their kids off to summer camp or for their kids.
Persons: we've, sleepaway, we're, Alexandra Moss Organizations: Service Locations: California, New York, sweltering, Sierra Nevada, Massachusetts , New Hampshire, Maine, San Diego, Roblox, Vancouver, British Columbia,
That means that Gill has the right to purchase 12 million shares of GameStop at $20 apiece by a set expiration date. GameStop shares closed Wednesday at $46.55 a share, more than double the price locked in by those options. Gill hasn’t explicitly told anyone to buy GameStop shares or that he thinks it’s headed to the moon. In comparison, shares of GameStop and AMC Entertainment have surged 167% and 99%, respectively, since Gill’s return to social media. Keith Gill, a GameStop investor, also known in social media forums as Roaring Kitty, testifies during a virtual hearing on GameStop in Washington, Feb. 18, 2021.
Persons: Kitty, Keith Gill, Gill, Michael M, Gill hasn’t, it’s, Jay Woods, Woods, hasn’t, Morgan Stanley, Gill isn’t, copycats, Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett, Chubb, , Bill Galvin, Gill’s, Hanna Ziady, Christine Lagarde —, ” —, Read, OpenAI, Brian Fung, Inflection’s, didn’t, Keith Gill’s Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, GameStop, AMC Entertainment, CNN, Gamestop, New York Stock Exchange, Street, Freedom Capital, Berkshire, The Securities, Exchange Commission, SEC, Financial, Traders, stoke, Wall, Retail, Roaring Kitty YouTube, European Central Bank, US Federal Reserve, Bank of England, ECB, Federal Trade Commission, FTC, Justice Department, Microsoft, Google, Nvidia, of Justice Locations: New York, New York City, Massachusetts, Washington, Europe
The famed meme stock icon, also known as “Roaring Kitty,” made a long-awaited appearance on a livestream on his YouTube channel Friday. Finance’s GameStop stock ticker page. Gill had communicated exclusively by posting memes, gifs, short video clips and screenshots of his portfolio until the livestream, leaving it unclear if it even was Gill behind the social media posts. The video game retailer recorded a loss of $32.3 million, slightly better than the $50.5 million loss the prior year. The video game stock has seen wild swings in recent weeks reminiscent of the meme stock craze after Gill’s return to social media in May.
Persons: Keith Gill, , Gill livestreamed, “ It’s, Gill, ” Gill, I’m, , Ryan Cohen, Cohen, he’ll Organizations: New, New York CNN, YouTube, Sporting, Yahoo, GameStop Locations: New York, Brockton , Massachusetts
Is This the End for Mandatory D.E.I. Statements?
  + stars: | 2024-06-06 | by ( Jeremy W. Peters | )   time to read: 1 min
For years, conservatives condemned the use of diversity statements by universities, which ask job applicants to detail their commitment to improving opportunities for marginalized and underrepresented groups. Critics called such statements dogmatic, coercive and, in one lawsuit seeking to end the practice in California, “a modern day loyalty oath” that recalled when professors were required to denounce the Communist Party. But the use of diversity statements continued to grow, and eventually became a requisite when applying for a teaching job at many of the country’s most selective universities. That seems to be changing. Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have each recently announced that they will no longer require diversity statements as a part of their hiring process for faculty posts.
Persons: Critics, Organizations: Communist Party, Harvard University’s, of Arts and Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Locations: California,
Also, some used EVs are eligible for up to $4,000 in federal tax credits , and several states offer tax credits or rebates. Although as with buying any used car — from manufacturers and independent dealers, online marketplaces or private owners — there are pros and cons. The Hertz Car Sales website "Shop EVs" button recently listed 1,475 of the 1,638 used EVs listed as "Hertz Certified." A March study by automotive research firm iSeeCars found that the average used car price was down 3.6% from last year, though used EV prices had plummeted 31.8%, equating to $14,418 in value. A follow-up question — "Can you tell me about 2022 Tesla Model 3s being sold by Hertz Car Sales?"
Persons: Hertz, , iSeeCars, Elon, Karl Brauer, Brauer, Yossi Levi, Guy, Tesla, Carvana, Edmunds, ChatGPT, Hertz's, Matt Quinn, CarGurus, Eugene Park Organizations: Hertz, EV, Hertz Global Holdings, U.S, Bolts, Car, Hertz Tesla, Tesla, ChatGPT, Hertz Car Locations: U.S, Massachusetts, Colorado, Edmunds, CarGurus
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMassachusetts probes Keith Gill: Can a market manipulation case be made? Lisa Braganca, former branch chief in the enforcement division of the Chicago SEC, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss news of Massachusetts' top securities regulators opening an investigation into the activities of Keith Gill, also known as 'Roaring Kitty', whether a market manipulation case can be made, and more.
Persons: Keith Gill, Lisa Braganca, Kitty Organizations: Massachusetts, Chicago SEC Locations: Massachusetts
“We saw that with the mRNA (messenger RNA) vaccines that it can be a good messenger,” says Cech. The Catalyst by Thomas R. Cech W W NortonYou mentioned in “The Catalyst” that research on RNA has been around since the ‘50s. What is something that most people get wrong about mRNA vaccines, such as the Covid-19 ones? Thomas R. Cech in a lab in 1984, five years before he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. How does this apply to DNA, RNA, mRNA and CRISPR?
Persons: you’re, , Thomas R, Cech, ” Cech, Sidney Altman, he’s, Norton, It’s, Thomas R . Cech, Organizations: CNN, Pfizer, DNA, University of Colorado, Denver Post, Rotary Clubs, Lions Locations: Moderna, University of Colorado , Boulder, Boulder , Colorado, China, Cambridge , Massachusetts, United States, Germany
But this staple of preppy American fashion has humble origins, far from Martha’s Vineyard or the hallways of Yale or Harvard, in Chennai, India, the coastal city from which it takes its name. Krishnan Nair,” a biography of the Indian textile magnate and hotelier who first sold Jacobson the madras, in a video interview with CNN. From Chennai to shores of the CaribbeanFort St. George was established in the 1630s, helping the British cement a monopoly on the highly lucrative Indian textile industry. Research by the London School of Economics estimates that Indian cotton textiles, which were often exchanged for slaves, accounted for 30% of the total export value of 18th century Anglo-African trade. A madras fabric weaving workshop in Chennai, the Indian city once known as Madras, circa 1990.
Persons: Lisa Birnbach’s “, Ralph Lauren, Brooks, William Jacobson, , Bachi Karkaria, Captain C.P, Krishnan Nair, Jacobson, Tony Cenicola, Karkaria, — Nair, , , David Ogilvy, Leonard McCombe, Nair, Ogilvy, Elihu Yale, George, Hathaway, India Madras ”, Eli Yale, King George I, Hathaway Yale, Yale, Kai Toussaint Marcel, Marcel, Tommy Hillfiger, Kimberly M, Jenkins, Patrick Horvais, madras “ Organizations: CNN, Brooks Brothers, Yale, Harvard, New York Times, Milton Academy, madras, Ivy League, East, Yale College, Yale University, Yale . Yale, East India Company, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Parsons School of, London School of, Princeton, Miss College, Sports Locations: madras, Bahamas, Chennai, India, Madras, West Africa, Milton , Massachusetts, superstardom, East India, Fort St, India Madras, Scottish, North Africa, Nigeria, America, Caribbean, St, West Indies, England, France, New Orleans, East Coast, Bermuda, madras Bermuda, Rhode Island, Newport, South Florida, Palm, Fisher
The astronauts Butch Wilmore and Suni Williams on their way to the Starliner spacecraft on May 6, before the launch was called off. “It almost feels unreal,” Ms. Williams replied. She was a test pilot in the U.S. Navy and has more than 3,000 hours flying 30 different aircraft. After a glitch-filled test flight in December 2019 with no crew aboard, delays shuffled the astronaut assignments. Indeed, none of the astronauts that NASA named in 2018 to fly on the test flight ended up being on it.
Persons: Butch Wilmore, Suni Williams, Wilmore, Williams, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, Ms, , ” Steve Stich, They’ve, ” Mr, Stich Organizations: Boeing, Kennedy Space Center, Johnson Space Center, U.S . Navy, NASA, Navy, Station Locations: Florida, Houston, Ohio, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Iraq, Bosnia
CNN —By now, the famed photographer Gregory Crewdson’s well-oiled, large-scale shoots are well documented. Gregory CrewdsonCrewdson nods to the Hitchcock classic “Vertigo” and the female lead’s doubled self in this photograph from his most recent series, “Eveningside,” from 2021-22. For the series, the photographer returned to Adams, Massachusetts, and transformed vacant storefronts, revisiting locations from earlier series. With Crewdson’s work, he added: “It’s completely staged, and every detail is thought through. It’s that moment — not the final picture — that he’s always chasing, he reiterated on the call.
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