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New York CNN —A toxic mix of surging rental rates and vanishing support for renters has catapulted evictions above pre-pandemic levels in some major cities. Evictions have increased most significantly in Sun Belt cities where housing affordability has worsened and where renters often have fewer protections. Other cities, including Minneapolis (+44%) and Columbus, Ohio (+37%), are also experiencing higher levels of evictions than before the pandemic. Three-quarters of the 34 cities tracked by the Eviction Lab had evictions increase between 2022 and 2023. The vast majority of evictions are for issues related to nonpayment of rent, according to the Eviction Lab.
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Evictions are rising in housing markets that saw big demand during the pandemic, according to data from the Eviction Lab. That's partly due to high rent prices in the region, which are burdening renters, researchers said. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementRental housing in pandemic boom towns has become so expensive that many areas are seeing a huge spike in evictions. That's partly due to high rent prices, researchers said, fueled by big shifts in where Americans lived and worked during the pandemic, a trend that drove many renters to the Sun Belt.
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Take activist hedge funds, which buy up a percentage of a company's stock (or an asset) and then use their weight to push for operational changes. Or there would be a fun, splashy war between the hedge fund and the C-suite. Hedge funds rely on outperforming the market when times are hard and it's easier to find pockets of outperformance and exploit them. Of course, hedge funds are having a hard time coming up with a crew because the clients have changed too. Advertisement"At the end of the 1960s, the bubble burst, and everyone thought, 'That's the end of hedge funds,'" Mallaby said.
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Read previewElon Musk said that Singapore's first prime minister, touted as the country's founding father, was a "brilliant" man. Mack wrote about Lee's efforts in conceiving Singapore's Changi Airport, which has been named the world's best airport 12 times by London-based research firm Skytrax. Singapore's award-winning Changi Airport. John Seaton Callahan/Getty ImagesBefore Singapore's Changi Airport became operational in 1981, the island state had a small commercial airport located inland on the east side of Singapore, called Paya Lebar Airport. The country's largest public universities, National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University, ranked 8th and 15th, respectively, in the 2025 QS top universities rankings.
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For now, top-yielding online savings accounts and one-year CDs are paying more than 5% — well above the rate of inflation. "Money market brokerage accounts usually pay higher rates than money market or savings accounts at banks," he said in an emailed statement. "Timing your purchase to coincide with lower rates can save money over the life of the loan," Tayne said. However, lower mortgage rates could also boost home-buying demand, which would push prices higher, McBride said. "If lower mortgage rates lead to a surge in prices, that's going to offset the affordability benefit for would-be buyers."
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The nature of illegal lockouts means they are hard to track directly. One of the responding officers calls a sergeant over, who says there's nothing else they can do. While only 14% of lockout calls led to a police report, 86% of calls about shoplifting did. As they walk over, one of the officers tells the other to look up "illegal lockout" on his phone. A 2006 bill that would have defined illegal lockouts for all Illinois residents was defeated.
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Read previewMost medical students at Johns Hopkins University won't have to worry about student loans. On Monday, Johns Hopkins announced that Bloomberg Philanthropies, founded by the billionaire Michael Bloomberg, would donate $1 billion to make tuition free for medical students with family incomes under $300,000 a year, beginning this fall. Johns Hopkins said the gift would also allow it to cover living expenses for medical students with family incomes under $175,000 a year. It estimated that nearly two-thirds of current and incoming medical students would qualify for free tuition or free tuition and covered living expenses. Monday's announcement will build on donations Johns Hopkins has received over the past few years to reduce student-debt loads for its graduates.
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Now, I'm 30, and I've fenced on a world championship-winning team and been to the Olympics twice. So, my parents eventually said, "Of course, you're going to take time off to try to go to the Olympics." When I'm on the train, I'm constantly focused on schoolwork. AdvertisementOn Saturdays, I always try doing fun cross-training like pickleball, rock climbing, or running. I guess all of this isn't impossible because I'm doing it — even though it sometimes feels impossible.
Persons: , Kat Holmes, I'm, Tamora Pierce, Eric Liddel, I've, I'd Organizations: Service, Olympics, Paris Olympics, Icahn School of Medicine, Business, Olympic Locations: Mount Sinai, New York City, Tokyo, Princeton
Not only would a ticket with Kamala Harris as president and Michigan Gov. Both Harris and Whitmer have been passionate and effective champions of what could be the defining issue in 2024: reproductive rights. Finally, both Harris and Whitmer were once prosecutors, and their ticket would create a ready-made television spot: the law-and-order prosecutors versus the convicted felon. In addition, both Harris and Whitmer could use their laser-like prosecutorial skills to combat Trump’s endless exaggerations, false claims, and disinformation. Do Harris and Whitmer reflect our values, or does Donald Trump?
Persons: Julian Zelizer, , Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Kamala Harris, Gretchen Whitmer, David Axelrod, Hillary Clinton, Harris, Whitmer, Trump, Roe, Wade, Gen Xers, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, George H.W, Bush, Dan Quayle, Biden, Ronald Reagan Organizations: CNN, Princeton University, Twitter, Michigan Gov, Democratic, Trump, “ Voters, Republican, Supreme Locations: mobilizers, California, United States
Brooke Shields has a new office. It’s empty, and she hasn’t figured out how she wants to furnish it, or even how often she’ll be there, but it’s a sign of her new and unexpected status, as president of Actors’ Equity Association, the labor union representing theater actors and stage managers in the United States. She’s already led her first meeting of the union’s council, and came away realizing she has a lot to learn, starting with parliamentary procedure. Shields, of course, is one of those people who has been famous for so long, and in so many ways, that even she can’t remember a different time. She was a childhood model, a preteen movie star, a sex object and an icon of beauty, all before she went off to college (Princeton, thank you very much).
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CNN —Following Thursday night’s disastrous debate performance by President Joe Biden, Democrats are in full panic mode, scrambling to figure out what comes next. The most important person is now Vice President Kamala Harris. Harris, who has been continually scrutinized and criticized, is the only figure who can save Biden’s candidacy at this point. For all the head scratching about her tenure as vice president, it is not impossible for her to achieve this goal. Harris is the key to Biden’s survival.
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Read previewAs a kid, Rob Chisholm was not drawn to the fast-paced, jet-setting life of a Wall Street banker. Well, maybe if I wanted to be an investment banker or something, I would care about that, Chisholm remembers thinking. Chisholm, on the other hand, is very open about his unorthodox path to Wall Street and the resulting feelings of being an outsider. AdvertisementWhen Chisholm was in college, he rejected the "cliche" of going to an Ivy League and getting a job on Wall Street. At the time, Chisholm admitted, Wall Street seemed like the "complete opposite in terms of the culture and the incentives" he thought he wanted.
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Business Insider spoke with five women earning more than their husbands about the biggest obstacles they faced when they became breadwinners. AdvertisementPorterfield admitted that she occasionally became jealous of her husband's less stressful days when she felt overwhelmed with work. Katie Matthews' husband quit his job and made her the breadwinner, now they feel like they can breatheAfter Katie Matthews' husband quit his job, she became the breadwinner in their family. "For days and weeks at a time, my husband was effectively a single parent," Mac told BI. If you're a wife earning more than your husband and want to share your story, please contact Manseen Logan at
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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.
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This complex will be world’s first large-scale “green steel” project, according to H2 Green Steel, the Swedish company behind the multi-billion-dollar mill. Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg/Getty ImagesWhile projects like H2 Green Steel show momentum is growing, experts say the pace is far too slow. Northern Sweden is also home to the HYBRIT green steel pilot plant — which is one step ahead. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during a visit to Hybrit Steel Plant in Lulea, Sweden, on May 30, 2023. But there’s also the challenge of producing large amounts of green hydrogen, which will require huge amounts of renewable energy.
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Extreme heat takes toll on outdoor workers
  + stars: | 2024-06-21 | by ( Alicia Wallace | )   time to read: +11 min
There’s little to no escape from sweltering temperatures for construction workers like Eva Marroquin, who cleans work sites in Austin, Texas, and has worked in the industry for 17 years. Since 2010, she’s worked closely with the Workers Defense Project, an organization that advocates for protections for low-wage, immigrant workers in the Texas construction industry. Slowing down small businessesIt’s barely just now summer, and heatwaves are already slowing down small businesses, according to Homebase, which provides payroll software to more than 100,000 small businesses, covering 2 million hourly workers. “I think anything that impacts small businesses is affecting the economy as a whole,” he said, noting how small businesses account for half the jobs in the country. For herself, the high heat is more of an inconvenience; the car’s hotter and she just needs to pack some extra water.
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Kat Holmes is used to being asked how she pulled off the near-impossible feat of qualifying for the Olympics while simultaneously attending medical school. Al Bello | Getty Images Sport | Getty Images"I was really taking it day by day, moment by moment," she says. I never take a week off of training, but maybe I need to take a week off of fencing, specifically. I remember in high school they gave us these school planners and made us write down all of our homework and stuff. [In school] I would sit down at the beginning of every week, write it all down, highlight the stuff, and then I would just go.
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CNN —Toyota is recalling 145,000 Lexus TX and Toyota Grand Highlander SUVs because of an issue that could cause one of the side curtain airbags to fail to deploy in some situations. The curtain airbag on the driver’s side may not deploy properly “during certain crashes” if the driver’s side window is rolled down, according to a statement shared by Toyota Thursday. Toyota did not provide details on the type of situation in which the problem might occur. Both the Lexus TX and Toyota Grand Highlander are new models that went on sale last year. If customers have questions, they can contact Toyota customer service at 800-331-4331 or Lexus customer service at 800-255-3987.
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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.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThe Fed still has a bias to cut rates, and they'll cut twice this year: Former Fed VC Alan BlinderAlan Blinder, former Federal Reserve vice chairman and Princeton University professor, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss if the Federal Reserve has a bias to cut rates, how soon they'll cut rates and how many times.
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In his first reaction to the verdict, Hunter Biden didn’t attack the judge or prosecutors, simply saying he was grateful for the love and support of his family and blessed to be clean again. The Hunter Biden verdict also contradicted the central rationale of Trump’s multiple legal defenses in his four criminal cases, several civil matters and his entire presidential campaign. “So much for the weaponization of the Justice Department to go after just the enemies of the other side,” Michael Zeldin, a former senior Justice Department official and federal prosecutor, said on CNN Max on Tuesday. Stephen Miller, Trump’s former White House domestic policy adviser, argued that the Justice Department had actually shown favoritism toward Hunter Biden by not charging him with 50 felonies over foreign influence peddling. “Hunter Biden just became the Deep State’s sacrificial lamb to show that Justice is ‘balanced’ while the other Biden crimes remain ignored,” she wrote on X.
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Most of those efforts failed, but they have fueled harmful rhetoric around drag performers and the art form itself. Barbara Alper/Getty ImagesDrag has become increasingly visible in recent years through mainstream shows like “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and popular public events such as drag brunches, drag bingo and drag queen story hours, in which drag performers read children’s books to young audiences, often at libraries. Pickle reads from a book during the Drag Queen Story Hour program at a Los Angeles library in 2019. These lawmakers falsely claim that drag performers “groom” or sexualize children, of which there is also no evidence. It’s why Alaska Thunderf**k, the blonde bouffanted winner of the second season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,” first got into drag – to make art that wasn’t bound by rules.
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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.
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Representative Andy Kim, a lawmaker who has turned New Jersey politics on its head since entering the race to unseat Senator Robert Menendez, won the Democratic nomination for Senate on Tuesday after a campaign marked by a watershed ballot-access ruling. The victory makes Mr. Kim, 41, a favorite to become New Jersey’s next senator. He would be the first Korean American to be elected to the U.S. Senate. “I’m humbled by the results,” Mr. Kim said at Terhune Orchards in Princeton, where his supporters had gathered to celebrate. “This has been a very challenging and difficult race, a very dramatic one at that, and one that frankly has changed New Jersey politics forever.”The results, announced by The Associated Press minutes after polls closed, capped a tumultuous campaign that began a day after Senator Menendez, a Democrat, was accused in September of being at the center of a sprawling international bribery scheme.
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