Americans on lockdown pay more for groceries, clothes and appliances - Reuters. U.S. shoppers have been paying more than last year for a range of consumer goods during the COVID*19 pandemic, from eggs and deli meat to running shoes, according to a Reuters analysis of the latest pricing and sales data.
Four scenarios on how we might develop immunity to Covid-19 - Stat. As the world wearies of trying to suppress the SARS-CoV-2 virus, many of us are wondering what the future will look like as we try to learn to live with it.
Remodeling your house? Read these 11 tips first - humbledollar.com. We just started remodeling our house. I knew it would be an expensive project.
5 Under-the-Radar National Parks Worth Exploring - Rachael Ray In Season. You already know Yosemite. But with parks reopened and ready for visitors, now's the time to explore America's less famous—but equally stunning—corridors of unspoiled nature. And it includes our favorite trees, the bristlecone pines!
The World Population in 2100, by Country - Visual Capitalist. For years, we've been told that the global population will keep rising until the year 2100. However, experts are starting to dramatically revise these predictions — and today's graphic paints a very different picture on where global population is heading.
Cellphone Data Shows How Las Vegas is "Gambling With Lives" Across the Country - Propublica. When it comes to Covid-19, what happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas.
Wirecard and me: Dan McCrum on exposing a criminal enterprise - Financial Times. What happens when a journalist investigates a corporate fraud for five years.
Happy 90th, Warren! - GatesNotes. It's hard to believe Warren Buffett is entering his tenth decade.