“I’m a little bit like Grand Central Station right now,” she said. Vaccine hesitancy is nothing new. The first anti-vaccine league group appeared in Britain in the 1850s, when the government tried to make smallpox vaccination mandatory. Most famously, in 1998, Andrew Wakefield a physician who subsequently lost his medical […]

The internet of today isn’t the independent territory it was originally imagined to be. For ordinary people “the internet” is just a bunch of apps made by giant companies. These companies do whatever they want with your data, disappear when the journey is over, spy on you and show you […]

Although the travel and tourism industry has taken a bit of a hit because of the Coronavirus pandemic, expect it to bounce back as soon as the lockdown restrictions are relaxed or lifted completely. Many people have had to postpone all their 2020 travel plans because of Covid-19, so the […]

Washington — Former White House adviser Stephen Bannon has pleaded not guilty to charges of wire fraud and money laundering Thursday, after federal prosecutors in New York announced that Bannon and three others were indicted for allegedly defrauding donors to a $25 million fundraising campaign to build a wall along […]

By Emma Pinedo and Nathan Allen MADRID (Reuters) – Spain said on Monday it hoped to convince Britain to exempt the Balearic and Canary islands from a sudden quarantine, and other Spanish regions said they also felt unfairly penalised by the sweeping British move. Britain on Saturday shocked Madrid, and […]

Tempest Defence Secretary Ben Wallace issued an extraordinary appeal for more countries to join the UK’s Tempest programme to build a new fighter jet as he help launched the online version of the Farnborough airshow. Speaking after the landmark trade show was cancelled because of coronavirus, Mr Wallace urged other countries to […]

Get rich as a renter: 5 ways to build wealth without buying a house People are drawn to buying a home for all kinds of reasons: more space, a backyard for the dog, the investment opportunities or simply because they want to. And it may be great for them, but […]

Cropped shot of an affectionate young couple going through paperwork while doing their budget at home. A shocking 69% of Americans have under $1,000 in savings, according to a 2019 GOBankingRates survey. That lack of emergency funds leaves people ill-prepared for financial emergencies. Right now, many people are experiencing tremendous […]

CLOSE USA TODAY’s retirement columnist Rodney Brooks talks to Jeanne Thompson, a vice president at Fidelity Investments about what it takes to save a million dollars for retirement. Start the countdown: A new year is fast approaching. So now is the time to hatch a plan to get your personal […]

In brief Identify your core values. Get advice from the people you admire. Understand your skill set and how to articulate it. Whether you are looking for a job for the first time or seeking to make a move in the middle of your career, having a plan is the […]

In brief Technology can work to your advantage—use it. Cast a wide net. Do your research and make sure it shows.  Whether you are working remotely, from an office or picking up part-time gig work and odd jobs, it is crucial to network so you can forge and strengthen relationships […]

Iraqi immigrant Ethar Kakoz, a contact tracer for the COVID-19 virus, sits for a portrait Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, in El Cajon, Calif. Kakoz is among a growing legion of ethnically and racially diverse contact tracers hired by local health departments to bridge the cultural divide in the United States […]