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Winter is coming: Why America's window of opportunity to beat back Covid-19 is closing

Winter is coming: Why America's window of opportunity to beat back Covid-19 is closing

The good news: The United States has a window of opportunity to beat back Covid-19 before things get much, much worse. The bad news: That window is rapidly closing. And the country seems unwilling or unable to seize the moment.

TSA: July air travel down 75% from 2019, but gun confiscation rates triple

TSA: July air travel down 75% from 2019, but gun confiscation rates triple

The TSA reported a higher rate of gun confiscations in July compared with last year despite fewer travelers.

'Last one out, turn out the lights': New Hampshire governor says higher taxes prompting urban flight

'Last one out, turn out the lights': New Hampshire governor says higher taxes prompting urban flight

The Republican governor said New York, Massachusetts and other high-tax states are "pickpocketing" residents by taxing out-of-state workers who are working from home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Airline shares surge as TSA numbers hit pandemic high, support for second bailout builds

Airline shares surge as TSA numbers hit pandemic high, support for second bailout builds

Airline shares are having their biggest gains in weeks as the TSA posted the highest numbers in five months and support grows for more federal payroll support.

McDonald's sues former CEO Easterbrook, alleges he lied about relationships he had with workers

McDonald's sues former CEO Easterbrook, alleges he lied about relationships he had with workers

McDonald's is suing its former CEO Steve Easterbrook for allegedly lying during the company's internal probe into his behavior.

Russia first to register coronavirus vaccine worldwide, Putin claims, saying his daughter has had it

Russia first to register coronavirus vaccine worldwide, Putin claims, saying his daughter has had it

Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed Tuesday that Russia has developed the first coronavirus vaccine.

Liquidity in China will flow to equities as Beijing curbs real estate speculation, economist says

Liquidity in China will flow to equities as Beijing curbs real estate speculation, economist says

Real estate has been the public's favored investment, but the Chinese government is now cracking down on speculation, said Zhiwei Zhang, president and chief economist at Pinpoint Asset Management on Tuesday.

Three restaurants in Istanbul that are redefining a cuisine as old as the city itself

Three restaurants in Istanbul that are redefining a cuisine as old as the city itself

Traditional Turkish food is known around the world, but three restaurants in Istanbul are redefining a cuisine that is as old as the city itself.

Cramer's lightning round: I think L3harris Technologies shares have bottomed

Cramer's lightning round: I think L3harris Technologies shares have bottomed

"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

Jim Cramer debuts new mantra: 'No news is good news'

Jim Cramer debuts new mantra: 'No news is good news'

"I'm always searching for a mantra for any given market, and I think I've found it for this one," the "Mad Money" host said.

Trump urges Americans to stop politicizing the coronavirus, blames China

Trump urges Americans to stop politicizing the coronavirus, blames China

President Donald Trump urged Americans to stop politicizing the coronavirus, only to blame the outbreak in the United States on China moments later.

Jim Cramer: 'Everybody hates the barbell, until days like today'

Jim Cramer: 'Everybody hates the barbell, until days like today'

"You need to maintain a diversified portfolio with high-quality companies that may be out of favor right now," the "Mad Money" host said.

The biggest US mall owner Simon says still looking to salvage other distressed retailers

The biggest US mall owner Simon says still looking to salvage other distressed retailers

Simon Property Group Chief Executive David Simon said Monday the biggest U.S. mall owner is still looking to salvage additional distressed retailers, having already made bids for bankrupted Lucky Brand, Brooks Brothers and J.C. Penney.

How a payroll tax holiday might ultimately cost workers more next year

How a payroll tax holiday might ultimately cost workers more next year

The payroll tax deferral plan President Donald Trump authorized as part of a series of executive orders could result in higher tax bills for workers in 2021, tax experts said.

Simon shares jump on reported talks with Amazon. But converting stores to warehouses may face hurdles

Simon shares jump on reported talks with Amazon. But converting stores to warehouses may face hurdles

Real estate analysts say a deal between Amazon and Simon Property Group could be positive for the biggest U.S. mall owner in the near term, but there would be hurdles.

New York Gov. Cuomo says the NYPD needs to 'step up' in enforcing social distancing rules

New York Gov. Cuomo says the NYPD needs to 'step up' in enforcing social distancing rules

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged the New York City Police Department to "step up" in enforcing social distancing rules on bars and restaurants as coronavirus hospitalizations in the state hit a new low.

Coronavirus live updates: Global cases top 20 million; Mnuchin says relief deal could come this week

Coronavirus live updates: Global cases top 20 million; Mnuchin says relief deal could come this week

The coronavirus has infected more than 20 million people across the world as of Monday, and killed at least 733,929, data compiled by Johns Hopkins University showed.

WHO sees 'green shoots of hope' in coronavirus fight as global cases near 20 million

WHO sees 'green shoots of hope' in coronavirus fight as global cases near 20 million

The World Health Organization said there are glimmers of hope in the fight against the coronavirus, even as global cases from the virus near 20 million and deaths approach 750,000.

Nikola shares surge 22% on garbage truck order for Republic Services

Nikola shares surge 22% on garbage truck order for Republic Services

Nikola founder and Executive Chairman Trevor Milton in a statement said the "refuse market is one of the most stable markets in the industry and provides long-term shareholder value."

Trump says, 'Play College Football!' amid reports that Big Ten is expected to cancel season due to coronavirus

Trump says, 'Play College Football!' amid reports that Big Ten is expected to cancel season due to coronavirus

President Trump suggested that the college football season this fall should not be canceled.

SpaceX is manufacturing 120 Starlink internet satellites per month

SpaceX is manufacturing 120 Starlink internet satellites per month

SpaceX is manufacturing its Starlink satellites at an unprecedented rate for the space industry.

Marriott posts bigger-than-expected loss as virus hits bookings

Marriott posts bigger-than-expected loss as virus hits bookings

Total revenue plunged 72.4% to $1.46 billion.

Electric Ford Mustang Mach-E features 'audio wizardry' with optional engine noise

Electric Ford Mustang Mach-E features 'audio wizardry' with optional engine noise

When the Mustang Mach-E arrives in showrooms later in 2020, drivers of the all-electric vehicle will be able to make the sound of an engine accelerating when they push the pedal.

'Vast' gap in funding needed to fight the coronavirus, WHO warns

'Vast' gap in funding needed to fight the coronavirus, WHO warns

The head of the World Health Organization warned Monday of a huge gap in funding to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Small business confidence rebounds from all-time low, but Main Street still has a long way to go

Small business confidence rebounds from all-time low, but Main Street still has a long way to go

Small business confidence rose from an all-time low hit during coronavirus lockdowns, but on Main Street, the revenue, hiring and general business outlook remains mixed: CNBC|SurveyMonkey Q3 Small Business Survey.

This Instagram post could unlock hundreds of millions of dollars for Black-owned businesses

This Instagram post could unlock hundreds of millions of dollars for Black-owned businesses

The 15 Percent Pledge saw a blitz of media coverage and it quickly caught the attention of major retailers, which are now doing what James had hoped: They are laying out concrete goals that are measurable.

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Kodak, MercadoLibre, Simon Property, Foot Locker & more

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Kodak, MercadoLibre, Simon Property, Foot Locker & more

Kodak shares tank after federal loan is put on halt. Foot Locker jumped on strong same-store sales data.

Desperate parents are turning to 'learning pods' this fall. Here's what it can cost

Desperate parents are turning to 'learning pods' this fall. Here's what it can cost

So-called "learning pods" or "pandemic pods" are small, in-person groups of students learning together with the help of an in-person tutor or teacher.

U.S. tops 5 million coronavirus cases as outbreak threatens America's Midwest

U.S. tops 5 million coronavirus cases as outbreak threatens America's Midwest

The United States has surpassed 5 million cases of coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

'We'd all be sitting in our favorite theaters': Dire outlook for cinemas as coronavirus resurges in U.S.

'We'd all be sitting in our favorite theaters': Dire outlook for cinemas as coronavirus resurges in U.S.

American studios have had to make tough decisions about film releases due to resurgences of coronavirus cases in the U.S.