Stocks trade sharply lower Monday, with concerns about the global spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 getting much of the blame as investors prepared for another big week of corporate earnings. See full story.
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U.K. drops COVID restrictions against advice of experts, and delta variant drives cases higher across the U.S.
The global tally of confirmed cases of COVID-19 climbed above 190.5 million on Monday, as the U.K., against the advice of hundreds of scientists and health experts, fully reopened its economy in a move it has dubbed “Freedom Day.” See full story.
Tesla unveils $199-a-month Full Self-Driving subscription plan — but there’s a catch
Tesla Inc. has unveiled a $199-a-month subscription plan for its Full Self-Driving package, rather than a $10,000 up-front fee, but it could come with an added cost for some drivers. See full story.
I lost everything, but started over and bought a home. My boyfriend wants to pay off my mortgage, so I can move to a nicer neighborhood
‘He doesn’t like where my duplex is located, and he is pushing me to sell it.’
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‘My mother-in-law wanted to buy land next to her sister so they could help each other as they all get older. ‘ See full story.