Elon Musk and Michael Burry have both raised the alarm on US households' spiraling debts. Carl Weinberg predicts they'll spark an economic slowdown.
Nasrat Haqparast thinks Jamie Mullarkey isn't as aggressive as he used to be.
Capital clubs desperate to gather momentum for busy festive schedule
‘You’ve given up authority to the baby nanny, I’m sorry but that’s wrong,’ therapist admits
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The New York Yankees set MLB ablaze with their blockbuster acquisition of All-Star OF Juan Soto. Here's how their World Series odds have changed.
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AFA, the Argentine soccer federation, opened an office in Wynwood and has plans for training facilities in Hialeah, North Bay Village
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump file an appeal of rulings by Judge Tanya Chutkan that stated Trump was not protected from prosecution for his attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
New discussions between the United States and Mexico on strengthening investment security screening and potentially integrating their cross-border payments systems are not focused on countering threats from China, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Thursday. Yellen, who was speaking at a press conference with Mexican Finance Minister Rogelio Ramirez de la O, also said it was important to step up security screening of investments due to the increasing integration of the two neighboring economies.
The Prince of Wales has surprised a mother on a mental health charity walk in memory of her late daughter.
The company's new location in Berkeley, Calif., is housed in a nearly 150-year-old structure with lots of character.
The Army-Navy game never does. In an era of booster collectives and transfer portals, the nation's two oldest service academies will line up their triple-option offenses at the home of the New England Patriots on Saturday for a day full of pageantry, tradition and a deeply rooted respect that comes with one of college football's fiercest rivalries. It will be the 124th meeting between the two teams, with Army (5-6) hoping to follow its upset of then-No. 17 Air Force last month and claim the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy.
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Treasury bond yields have been steadily declining as many investors believe the Federal Reserve is done with interest rate hikes and may begin cutting rates as early as June of 2024. With recent commentary from the Bank Of Japan and November jobs data due out on Friday, predictions for the Fed's next move have been called into question. RiverFront Global Fixed Income CIO Kevin Nicholson joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the current status of the market. "I think you'll probably see the bond market go up by 10-15 basis points. I think that you're going to really see a sell-off abruptly and not to the same degree as the momentum that we got to the downside," Nicholson says. "But, I think that you're going to cause a lot of investors to re-think their investment thesis that the Fed is actually going to cut rates instead of just leaving them higher for longer." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
In a new complaint, driver Horacio Vela claims actor Alan Ruck was driving "recklessly" and "violating traffic rules and regulations" on the night of the collision in Hollywood
In the quiet beachside city of Venice on Florida’s west coast, a new ‘freedom-based’ healthcare clinic is already making waves. “I don't understand why people are so judgmental towards us,” said clinic co-owner Tanya Parus. At the office, medical freedom is not just words on mobile billboard parked outside, it’s a guiding principle inside explained Parus, who opened the ‘We the People Health and Wellness Center’ back in September. When Investigative Reporter Katie LaGrone asked what medical freedom means, Parus responded, “The freedom to make your own healthcare decisions without being pushed or forced to do anything that you don't want to do.”
The 2024 Calgary Stampede is going to the Îyârhe Nakoda. For the first time in 22 years, an Îyârhe (Stoney) Nakoda woman – Margaret Holloway – was selected as First Nations princess for the greatest outdoor show on Earth. Her uncle and former teacher, a cultural and language instructor at Mînî Thnî Community School and a teepee holder at the Stampede Elbow River Camp, is also featured front and centre in the event’s official poster distributed worldwide. Duane Mark and his father’s old regalia,