U.S. stocks trade mixed Monday morning, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 gaining some loft while the Nasdaq Composite pulled back after touching an intraday record high. See full story.
Corporate profits are hitting record highs, but earnings expectations may still be too low
Expectations for the corporate earnings reporting season that kicks off in the week ahead have already increased by a record amount, but it still might not be enough. See full story.
Fauci says ‘it’s horrifying’ to see people cheering low vaccination rates
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday it was “horrifying” to see conservatives cheer for low vaccination rates, blaming “ideological rigidity” for hobbling the fight against COVID-19. See full story.
Upcoding is ‘an epidemic’ and ‘the most common type of accepted fraud’ — why you should never pay that first medical bill
A health care investigative reporter explains how America’s medical system got so out of whack and what patients can do to protect themselves from excessive fees. See full story.
The eviction moratorium ends this month — local courts brace for surge in eviction cases
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the eviction moratorium, set to expire June 30, would be extended until July 31. See full story.
‘Although it was a wedding gift, the home is in his mother-in-law’s trust.’ See full story.