5 Things to Know for October 25: Rishi Sunak, Student Loans, Filming, Ukraine, Shampoo – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — People who had a fever, chills or muscle aches after being given Covid-19 vaccines tend to show a stronger antibody response than those who had no symptoms at all, a new study shows. But if your arm wasn’t sore after the injection, don’t worry — the vaccine still elicits robust immune responses regardless … Read more

5 things to know for October 21: Liz Truss, Ukraine, Covid-19, student loans, Uvalde – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — If you’re flying American Airlines on an upcoming trip outside of the United States, the front of the plane will look slightly different. The airline said it is eliminating its first-class cabin on international flights because customers are not buying its increasingly expensive tickets. Here’s what else you need to know Stay connected … Read more

5 Things to Know for October 20th: Ukraine, Taxes, Trump, Uber, Iran – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — The Covid-19 pandemic – which turned millions of lives upside down and required us to stay indoors for months – also helped fuel a baby boom. Close proximity between partners and increased job flexibility contributed to a 6.2% increase in US birth rates over the past year, according to a new study. Here’s … Read more

5 Things to Know for October 18: Student Loans, Russia, Trump, Grocery Stores, SpaceX – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — One of the two winning lottery tickets from the latest Mega Millions jackpot of nearly half a billion dollars was sold less than a month ago in a Hurricane Ian-hit area of ​​Florida. Florida’s lottery secretary called the win “a little more significant than others” as many residents in the area are going … Read more

5 Things to Know for October 18: Student Loans, Russia, Trump, Grocery Stores, SpaceX – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — One of the two winning lottery tickets from the latest Mega Millions jackpot of nearly half a billion dollars was sold less than a month ago in a Hurricane Ian-hit area of ​​Florida. Florida’s lottery secretary called the win “a little more significant than others” as many residents in the area are going … Read more

EU agrees to tax windfall oil and gas gains amid ‘mad race’ to resolve energy crisis – CNN | Vette Leader

London CNN business — EU governments on Friday agreed to tax windfall profits from oil and gas companies and cap revenues from some power producers as the costs of Europe’s energy crisis mount. But energy ministers from the 27 EU member states failed to reach agreement on a European Commission proposal to introduce a price … Read more

5 things to know for September 30: Ian, Supreme Court, Ukraine, student loans, space junk – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — You cannot predict the future, but you can do your best to prepare for it. According to a survey of more than 1,100 US retirees, 70% of respondents wish their younger selves had saved more and started building larger retirement savings sooner. Here’s what you need to know Stay connected and get on … Read more

Truss tax plan cushions the rich and pushes borrowers toward a financial cliff – CNN | Vette Leader

This story is part of CNN Business’s Nightcap newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free, here. new York CNN business — After falling to a record low against the dollar, the British pound stabilized on Tuesday, rising more than 1% to $1.08. But the economic policies that triggered the currency’s historic … Read more

5 things to know for September 27: Hurricane Ian, Japan, Trump, student loans, Ukraine – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — The CIA has a museum with exhibits featuring spy equipment, declassified artifacts, and items such as the folder envelopes and tray used in President Joe Biden’s daily briefing. Interested in a visit? Well, unfortunately the museum isn’t open to the public – but the agency has shared some very interesting pictures of the … Read more

5 things to know for August 24: elementary schools, student loans, Ukraine, teachers, Twitter – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — The climate crisis rarely inspires joy, but a discovery this week has stirred some scientists, which has brought to light a drought. Dinosaur tracks from around 113 million years ago have been uncovered in a Texas river bed due to severe drought conditions – and more prehistoric finds are likely as water levels … Read more