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Science 2020-07-12T15:30:21Z
Adm. Brett Giroir, M.D., Assistant Secretary for Health, speaks during a briefing about the coronavirus in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Sunday, March 15, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Adm. Brett Giroir, M.D., Assistant Secretary for Health, speaks during a briefing about the coronavirus in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Sunday, March 15, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

White House coronavirus testing czar warns the hardest-hit states may have to reverse reopening plans, says lockdowns 'should be on the table'

Most of the country can avoid lockdowns and stop the virus by shutting down bars, limiting restaurants, and "have about 95% mask-wearing," Adm. Brett Giroir said.
News 2020-07-12T10:23:56Z
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Brayden Leroy Wright from Pennsylvania told arresting officers that he knew his father's gun was loaded.
Politics 2020-07-12T14:53:08Z
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Trump defended his golfing trips as needed 'exercise' before claiming he spends less time on the course than Obama, despite counts that say otherwise

Trump has spent at least 266 days of his first term at his clubs. Obama had golfed 98 times by the same point in office, according to CNN analysis.
Finance 2020-07-12T13:53:50Z
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Politics 2020-07-11T23:05:21Z
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Robert Mueller speaks out for the first time in a year, writing that Roger Stone 'rightly' remains a convicted felon even after Trump's commutation

Mueller countered the White House's claims that Stone was "a victim," and said Stone was convicted "because he committed federal crimes."
Politics 2020-07-11T21:10:00Z
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Boris Johnson faces questions on 'extraordinary' leaked Brexit letter

Liz Truss' letter to Michael Gove and Rishi Sunak, obtained by Business Insider, warned that UK borders might not be ready for Brexit changes.
Markets 2020-07-12T12:12:00Z

UBS pointed to this week's jobless claims number and continued fiscal support as an encouraging signs for the economy.
News 2020-07-12T11:12:22Z
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Japan is 'shocked' and furious at the US after a major coronavirus outbreak at 2 Marine bases in Okinawa — and says the US is not taking the virus seriously

"We now have strong doubts that the US military has taken adequate disease prevention measures," Okinawa governor Denny Tamaki said.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-07-12T13:15:00Z
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A man alleged to be the former CrossFit CEO dropped the N-word and called an employee he was having an affair with 'an evil whore' in explosive 50-minute audio

After Glassman resigned as CEO last month, CrossFit insiders spoke to Business Insider about what they said were patterns of misogyny at the company.
Lifestyle 2020-07-12T13:37:00Z

News 2020-07-12T02:50:31Z

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Finance 2020-07-12T17:03:00Z

The Future of Fintech: AI & Blockchain

In this slide deck, Business Insider Intelligence explores the opportunities and hurdles of adopting the two technologies within financial services.
News 2020-07-12T17:00:33Z

The death of Vanessa Guillén has sparked an army of servicewomen to share their own stories of sexual assault in the US military

Two former servicewomen spoke to Insider about the sexual abuse they experienced while in the military and shared how their reports were mishandled.
News 2020-07-12T16:15:21Z

US Surgeon General Jerome Adams says the US can turn coronavirus around in '2 or 3 weeks if everyone does their part'

Adams compared his past advice against buying and wearing masks to doctors who prescribed "leeches and cocaine and heroin for people as medical treatments" before they learned more.
News 2020-07-12T16:08:45Z

Education Secretary Betsy Devos says it should be 'the rule' to return students to classrooms in the fall

Devos said school should open and focus on things like hand washing and face masks "when appropriate" despite tougher recommendations from the CDC.
Insider Intelligence 2020-07-12T16:03:00Z

Get the latest news, data, highlights, and analysis from the Business Insider Intelligence research team - FREE

The Business Insider Intelligence Daily is a free newsletter providing analytical insight and data-driven research on the trends driving industries.
Science 2020-07-12T15:57:20Z

Florida hits new record for daily coronavirus cases, with more than 15,000 infections

Florida hits the highest daily tally for new cases in the outbreak's history, beating an April record set by New York, according to Reuters.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-07-12T15:10:00Z

Socially distanced attractions and activities for a road trip across the Pacific Northwest that are actually worth the stop

From a wildlife safari to a drive-in movie theater, you can visit these spots during a road trip across the Pacific Northwest while social distancing.
Strategy 2020-07-12T15:00:00Z

An anti-racist's dictionary: 16 words on race, gender, and diversity you should know

From "BIPOC" to "white fragility," you're likely to hear a lot more of these 16 terms given the nationwide calls to address racism.

Why there's not much the US can do in response to reports of Russian bounties on US troops in Afghanistan

Because of the lack of certainty and the polarization of US politics, a substantive reaction to the alleged bounties likely isn't forthcoming.
Opinion 2020-07-12T14:18:00Z

It's finally time to defund the drug war

Calls to defund the police are justified, but we must also call for the reallocation of money from the destructive war on drugs.
Transportation 2020-07-12T12:09:00Z

This sleek superyacht takes a greener approach to luxury sailing with a massive kite to pull it along — see inside the 'Ice Kite'

Still in the design phase, the 210-foot yacht pairs diesel engines and a huge kite to increase efficiency. It also has a space for the owner's plane.
Tech 2020-07-12T12:10:00Z
Science 2020-07-12T13:11:00Z

21 million Americans don't have access to safe drinking water. That can put them at higher risk of getting COVID-19.

Those without clean water face a choice: wash your hands but risk exposure to chemicals, or face a higher chance of getting COVID-19.
Transportation 2020-07-10T14:59:51Z

The $92,000 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody combines staggering speed, surprising comfort — and stealth tech

The car has a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 that makes 797 horsepower. That kind of power is staggering, but the Challenger is also a capable cruiser,
Executive Lifestyle 2020-07-11T14:20:00Z

8 ways luxury buildings will never be the same, from touchless elevators to a lot more outdoor space

Architects and interior designers say you can expect to see more nature-inspired design and practical design will replace lavish amenities.
Transportation 2020-07-11T14:11:00Z

Halfway through 2020, I've driven dozens of cars, trucks, and SUVs. See all the features I've found most annoying.

I test and review dozens of cars, trucks, and SUVs every year. Most are wonderful. But there are some things that annoy me.
Strategy 2020-07-12T14:00:00Z

I manage a 400-person company from home. Here are 4 ways leaders can encourage their employees to take time off this summer, and how it will strengthen their business.

Taking time off is showing your commitment to the job. To avoid burnout, I made this edict: PTO must be taken.
Personal Finance 2020-07-12T13:57:00Z

The 15 best cities for first-time homebuyers in 2020

The best cities for first-time homebuyers in 2020 are in Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, and more.
Personal Finance 2020-07-12T13:45:00Z

Wire transfer fees tend to be expensive, but you may be able to lessen the cost depending on your bank

Wire transfer fees are generally between $25 and $30 for outgoing domestic transfers, and around $15 for incoming transfers. But, fees vary by bank.
Opinion 2020-07-12T13:31:00Z

Stop getting married at plantations

People are overlooking the atrocities that occurred at plantations in the south, and using them as wedding venues and tourist hot spots.
Politics 2020-07-12T13:22:27Z

Trump's New Hampshire rally was canceled because of low attendance fears, say advisers

Trump aides blamed a forecasted thunderstorm in the area and "safety reasons" for the decision. Even the Republican governor was planning to skip it.
Strategy 2020-07-12T13:20:00Z

The biggest questions parents and educators have about colleges reopening

"You think starting a college is hard? You have to try shutting one down," said Michael Spath, a parent to college students and a campus risk manager.
Premium Enterprise 2020-07-12T13:20:00Z

How this startup launched its long-time internal tool for hosting better meetings into a new product that makes you feel like you're in a real office

The new app, called Cantina, comes after Signalwire cofounder Anthony Minessale worked for years on open source software for online communications.
Transportation 2020-07-12T13:13:34Z

Caribbean countries are selling citizenship for as low as $100,000 — here's how the ultra-wealthy are cashing in to avoid pandemic travel restrictions

Travel restrictions on Americans and US passport backlogs have helped fuel demand for secondary passports and citizenship this year.
Media 2020-07-12T13:03:00Z

THE SVOD SHAKEOUT REPORT: A massive media shakeout is on the horizon — here are the key trends, players, and how we think it will play out

This report predicts how major services will fare in the streaming wars, including Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO Max, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu.
Strategy 2020-07-12T13:00:00Z

Hitting snooze won't help you feel more rested — and it may be damaging your sleep patterns

Resist the temptation of the button: It's probably best to set your alarm for a specific time and get up then.
Media 2020-07-10T14:48:29Z

Netflix's 'The Old Guard' writer explains the challenges of turning his comic into a movie and his 'in case of sequel, break glass' ending

Greg Rucka, who wrote Netflix's new action movie "The Old Guard" and cocreated the source material, talks about bringing the comic to life.
Strategy 2020-07-10T12:45:00Z

I'm a celebrity dog groomer in NYC who charges $300 an hour to pamper pets. I even give henna treatments to make dogs look younger.

"I'm very selective; I must like the dog and the owner. All my business is through word of mouth... I'm definitely a diva," says Jorge Bendersky, 52.
Tech 2020-07-09T18:37:37Z

TikTok users are reporting that all their video views and like counts have reset to zero

Users have taken to Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok itself in a panic to hypothesize about what's going on.
Military & Defense 2020-07-09T19:43:42Z

Top general slams Confederacy as 'an act of treason' and says the country needs to take 'hard look' at bases honoring its leaders

The Confederacy "was an act of treason at the time against the Union, against the Stars and Stripes, against the US Constitution," Gen. Mark Milley said.
Retail 2020-07-10T13:35:31Z

Tie-dye is making a massive comeback during the pandemic — and its resurgence mirrors a history of the trend's popularity during times of societal unrest

Anxious, stressed-out Americans are buying and making tie-dye apparel more than ever before. Experts say it's part of a long-held historical trend.

The Marine Corps' major redesign means big cuts — including to its working dog force

The Corps' working dog force will be reduced from its current strength of about 210 to 150 over the next two years.
Transportation 2020-07-12T12:56:00Z

The most powerful Lamborghini ever made just went roofless — check out the new hybrid Sián Roadster

Just 19 examples of Lamborghini's Sián Roadster were made and they have all been sold already.
Retail 2020-07-12T12:50:00Z

Workers speak out against Black Lives Matter face mask bans, as companies like Starbucks, Taco Bell, and Whole Foods grapple with viral backlash

Restaurant and retail employees are fighting for the right to wear Black Lives Matter masks and t-shirts to work.
Premium Executive Lifestyle 2020-07-12T12:45:00Z

Inside the morning routine of a real-estate wholesaler who grosses $50,000 a month just 6 years after getting out of prison and starting out at 29 years old

Ben Lovro meditates, reads, and journals every morning. He's been in business since buying a property for $5,000 cash and selling it for $15,000.
Tech 2020-07-12T12:45:00Z

This company converts shipping containers into $50,000 sustainable, off-grid tiny homes in 99 days — see inside

Sustainability plays into every aspect of the design for minimum environmental impact of Vivienda Minima de Descanso homes.
Science 2020-07-12T12:41:00Z

A 19-year-old aspiring astronaut is the only person who's attended every NASA space camp. She's already positioning herself for a mission to Mars.

Alyssa Carson is one of a group of young people who are already positioning themselves to become NASA astronauts just in time to travel to Mars.
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