Money used to be a taboo topic of conversation, but not among millennials according to a new Bankrate survey. More than one-third say they'd be comfortable talking about their credit score and salary on a first date. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman discuss with the panel.
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- Best Life
Even though the world has been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly two years, we're still learning about the virus and how it can affect our bodies. One area of understanding that has been particularly difficult to grasp has been the wide range of symptoms the virus can cause and how some can stick around long after recovery. Now, a new study has found that one symptom is having a long-term effect on about half of people who have caught COVID. Read on to see which ailment could be stic
- The Providence Journal
Computer models continue to "boost confidence" that Southern New England will get hit with "a high impact winter storm" Saturday.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The creature was found after a Crime Stoppers tip.
- Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
The Olton-Farwell boys basketball game on Tuesday night was postponed after officials left following the girls game.
The former president's son received a quick reminder about his father.
- Yahoo Sports Canada
Drake Batherson won't be able to play in the NHL All-Star Game after taking a dirty hit from Aaron Dell.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Little boy has sweetest reaction when he spots parents in audience: ‘Proof that being present can make a big difference’
His whole face changed the second he saw them, and the footage is going viral.
- Kansas City Star
”I just wish I could do what I want without getting attacked every week,” tweeted Brittany Matthews, co-owner of Kansas City Current and fiancee of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
- Yahoo Entertainment
Even Pat Sajak was surprised by the first thing the contestant asked for following the celebratory confetti.
- The Hill
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R), Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R) and state Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) have urged the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to reverse its ruling that Paxton cannot unilaterally prosecute voter fraud.Both Abbott and Patrick issued separate statements on Tuesday criticizing the court for undermining their push for "election integrity," a move that critics have called voter suppression for minorities who tend to vote Democratic,...
The GOP Virginia governor's email hotline seeking reports of “divisive practices” in schools has received some, well, interesting responses.
- E! News
Evan Marriott became an overnight TV sensation when he starred on the 2003 dating series Joe Millionaire. Scroll on to see what he's up to now.
- Business Insider
Watch as a snow plow driver launches a spray of slush into oncoming highway traffic, leading to a 40-car accident on the Ohio Turnpike
The driver was immediately removed from their shift and placed on administrative leave, the turnpike commission's director said in a statement.
After Hearing This Woman's Story, Waiters And Waitresses Are Stepping Forward To Share How Often Customers Lie To Try To Get Free Food
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The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
- Rams Wire
As if Matthew Stafford's game-saving bomb to Cooper Kupp wasn't amazing enough, this camera angle makes it that much better
- Akron Beacon Journal
'He's The One': Evan Mobley leaves Cavs teammates awestruck as rookie makes franchise, league history
'I find myself on the bench watching him in awe,' Cavs forward Dean Wade said of Mobley, the third overall pick from USC
It’s no secret that Prince Harry is seeking a judicial review after his security request in the U.K. was denied . However, there’s a...
- Men's Health
Book of Boba Fett episode 5 is essentially a backdoor pilot to The Mandalorian season 3, which unfortunately highlights the problems with this show even more.
- The Daily Beast
A middle-age Southern California man is accused of lying in wait outside local schools for children wearing masks—and then following them around so he can cough at them, spit on them, and taunt them for being “stupid” enough to don the face coverings.The man, captured on video wearing a “Your mask makes you look stupid” T-shirt, has allegedly been continuing his anti-mask harassment campaign for a month in suburban La Crescenta, with a string of alleged incidents under his bel