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Your Money: Families need to brush up on student loan literacy

For Americans worried about the escalating price of a college education, here's good news: Tuition for the typical family barely budged in the past year, following years of out-of-control U.S....
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Dog owner charged after starving pooch apparently eats own leg
A cruel New York dog owner is facing criminal charges after his starving pooch apparently chewed off her own leg while in a crate chained to the yard. Carl Pritchard, 59, was charged Monday with cruelty and failure to provide food and shelter after a UPS worker spotted the suffering German shepherd named Zoe at...
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Former White House official rejects 'fictional narrative' Trump and Giuliani used in Ukraine pressure campaign
Statements: Fiona Hill, Adam Schiff, Devin Nunes, David Holmes
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Amnesty International accuses Facebook, Google of human rights abuses
“This ubiquitous surveillance has undermined the very essence of the right to privacy,” the report from the non-governmental organization said.
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AMC to fire 3 workers for alleged racial profiling of blacks at 'Harriet'
A group of African American women who went to the movie about Harriet Tubman at a Louisiana theater said three employees repeatedly interrupted the movie over a ticket dispute.
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Grace Millane’s accused killer took ‘trophy’ photos of her naked body: prosecutors
The depraved Tinder date who strangled backpacker Grace Millane during sex took “trophy” photos of her naked body — before watching hardcore porn in the room, his trial was told on Thursday. The 27-year-old New Zealand man — who cannot be identified by order of the court — has claimed British tourist Millane, 21, died...
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The $46,000 Mercedes-Benz A220 is the newest entry point to the famous luxury brand. We tested it to see if the 2019 Car of the Year runner-up is worthy of the badge.
Hollis Johnson/Business Insider The 2019 Mercedes-Benz A220 is an entry-level four-door in the luxury carmaker's A-Series lineup, which has only recently hit US shores. The nearly $50,000 car I tested was packed with performance extras and technology. Budget-minded buyers might look elsewhere, but the A220 is fun to drive, easy on gas, and a great introduction to the Mercedes way of life. It's one of the best small sedans I've driven, and that's why it's a 2019 Car of the Year runner-up. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Editor's note: Business Insider will name its 2019 Car of the Year on November 23. Each day this week, we're taking another look at the five vehicles that were runners-up selected from a pool of 16 finalists. Thus far, we've named the Lamborghini Urus, Nissan Leaf SL Plus, and Cadillac XT4. Our fourth runner-up is the Mercedes-Benz A220. You can read our full 2019 Car of the Year coverage here. Mercedes-Benz has been selling cars in the US for decades, but until quite recently, Americans were denied the rinky-dink A-Class vehicles that Mercedes had delivered elsewhere on the globe. The A-Class was created in 1997. I saw my first one in the early 2000s — I'm pretty sure it was a Brazilian-made car that had been sold in Mexico and had made its way to a parking structure in downtown Los Angeles. Fifteen years later, the A-Class has finally made it to the USA, for its fourth generation. I had never driven one before, so I was delighted to check out a 2019 A220 sedan with Mercedes' 4Matic all-wheel-drive system. My tester didn't have an official sticker price, but by my estimation it was roughly $46,000. That ain't chump change, but my A220 did have pretty much every option that could be added; base-priced examples hover around $32,000, which is about $10,000 cheaper than the lowest-grade C-Class. Bear in mind that you are getting a Merc that, unlike other sedans in the automaker's long history, is based on a front-wheel-drive architecture — the same idea behind Honda Civics and Toyota Corollas. I tried to avoid allowing my bias for rear-drive German luxury sedans to come into play with the A220. And when it was all a wrap after a week in the New York-New Jersey area, I was perfectly happy with the Benz's engineering. But what about the rest of the ride made the A220 good enough to be a 2019 Car of the Year runner up? Read on to see what I thought. Photos by Hollis Johnson.The A220 is a subcompact four-door that now slots in below the C-Class. A-Class rides are Mercedes' new point-of-entry. In "Iridium Silver Metallic," the A220 looks sharp, but it also blends in. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider If I had to sum the A220 up, I'd say the front is sleek and elegant, while the stubby rear ... is not. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider The compact stance definitely works better up front. My A220 had a special AMG Line package ($2,600 extra) that included a diamond-block grille, vented front disc brakes, and a dropped suspension. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Cadillac's $52,000 XT4 crossover is a tiny but mighty compact luxury SUV. Let's see if the 2019 Car of the Year runner-up is worth the money.Aston Martin just unveiled its $189,000 DBX SUV in China. Here's a closer look.The $44,000 Nissan Leaf Plus is a promising update to the best-selling electric vehicle in the world. We drove it to see if this 2019 Car of the Year runner-up is ready to take on Tesla.FOLLOW US: On Facebook for more car and transportation content!
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Read the full text: Holmes' opening statement in impeachment hearing
Holmes is the official who previously testified that he overheard a July 26 conversation between Trump and Gordon Sondland, another key witness.
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Halsey defended BTS after they weren't nominated for any Grammys: 'The US is so far behind'
Todd Williamson/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images "Without Me" singer Halsey defended Korean boy band BTS after they were majorly snubbed for the 2020 Grammys.  "BTS deserved many nominations," Halsey wrote on Twitter Wednesday.  "I am, however, unsurprised that they weren't acknowledged. The US is so far behind on the whole movement," she added.  Other snubs from this year's Grammy nominations included Solange and Halsey herself, but the "Graveyard" singer said "none of it matters."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.  "Without Me" singer Halsey defended Korean boy band BTS on Twitter Wednesday after they didn't receive a single nomination for the 2020 Grammy Awards.  "BTS deserved many nominations," she wrote, adding, "I am, however, unsurprised that they weren't acknowledged." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Behind the scenes with Shepard Smith — the Fox News star who just announced his resignation from the networkSee Also:The 11 biggest snubs of the 2020 Grammy nominationsBillie Eilish breaks Grammy record by becoming the youngest artist to be nominated in all of the show's top categoriesHere are all of the Grammy Awards 2020 nominees
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Congress adopts bills to support human rights in Hong Kong
The House overwhelmingly approved the bills Wednesday, a day after the Senate passed them on voice votes. The bills now go to the White House for President Donald Trump’s signature.
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The world's best-performing stock of 2019 just lost 98% of its value in a single morning
Reuters / Cheryl Ravelo-Gagalac Marble-mining company ArtGo was the world's best-performing stock of 2019, through Nov. 20, for firms with market values greater than $1 billion. But its shares tanked 98% in a single morning on Thursday, wiping out more than $5.7 billion in market value before trading was suspended. The losses came after MSCI dropped its plans to include ArtGo in its influential China index, a development first reported by The Wall Street Journal. The New York-based firm cited "further analysis and feedback from market participants on investability" for its decision. ArtGo wasn't the only Hong Kong firm to wipe out swaths of investor wealth on Thursday. Small-cap company Kasen International Holding crashed 91% after short-seller Blue Orca Capital pushed the stock lower. Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories. Marble-mining company ArtGo was on track to be this world's best performing stock worth more than $1 billion. On Thursday morning, however, its shares tanked 98% and the company saw $5.7 billion in market value wiped out. The Hong Kong-listed stock plummeted after MSCI dropped its plans to include ArtGo in its influential indexes, a development first reported by The Wall Street Journal.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A big-money investor in juggernauts like Facebook and Netflix breaks down the '3rd wave' firms that are leading the next round of tech disruptionSee Also:14 things millennials do completely differently from their parentsThe best Kindles and ebook readersQueen Elizabeth and Prince Philip celebrate 72 years of marriage today. Here's where the couple — and all the other most prominent royals — live.
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Mom charged after 3-year-old falls from escalator and dies
A North Carolina mom is facing criminal charges stemming from the death of her 3-year-old son, who fell from an escalator and died, authorities said. Jiterria Lightner will turn herself in this week to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police after warrants were issued to charge her with child abuse and neglect, news station WCNC reported. Lightner was traveling...
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Tiny Hand: free font based on Trump's unusual handwriting
Mark Davis designed a font for BuzzFeed News based on Trump's distinctive handwriting (as seen on the I WANT NOTHING script he hand wrote yesterday). It's called Tiny Hand and you can download it for free. Read the rest
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Noah’s Ark ‘buried in Turkish mountains’ as experts say 3D scans will prove Biblical ship’s existence
The location of the real Noah's Ark may have been confirmed by relic-hunters in a remote mountain range.
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Israeli attorney general to announce decision on Netanyahu corruption charges
Israel’s attorney general will announce later Thursday whether he plans to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over longstanding allegations of corruption, according to the Justice Ministry. Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit will announce his long-awaited decision to the public at 7:30 p.m. local time from the ministry’s headquarters in Jerusalem. If, as it is widely expected,...
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Netanyahu Indicted on Corruption Charges, Throwing His Future Into Doubt
The first prosecution of a sitting Israeli premier deepens the political paralysis in a country that has had two inconclusive elections this year, and may be headed to a third vote.
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Google Assistant can now navigate websites, book movie tickets
The Assistant can automatically fill in your information, mash "next" buttons.
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Benjamin Netanyahu: Israel PM charged with corruption
Benjamin Netanyahu becomes the first sitting Israeli prime minister to face criminal charges.
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Europe's richest man spent $1 billion on a Paris mall with a Christian Dior-branded spa to lure Chinese tourists
REUTERS/ Carlos Barria Europe's richest man, Bernard Arnault, is spending $1 billion on renovating a Parisian luxury department store.  Arnault, who is the CEO of luxury brand LVMH and is worth $101 billion, is hoping the department store will attract Chinese shoppers in search of designer brands. La Samaritaine will open in April, after a 15-year renovation, complete with "restored Belle Epoque glamour, including ornate frescoes, mosaics and wrought-iron staircases," according to Bloomberg. View Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Europe's richest man, Bernard Arnault, is spending $1 billion on renovating a Parisian department store to lure in Chinese shoppers hunting for luxury brands.  Arnault, who is the CEO of LVMH, and is worth $101 billion, is hoping the department store will attract Chinese shoppers in search of luxury brands, according to Bloomberg. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A big-money investor in juggernauts like Facebook and Netflix breaks down the '3rd wave' firms that are leading the next round of tech disruptionSee Also:Trump reportedly shelved a ban on flavored e-cigarettes to avoid angering votersTrump hails 'cash' coming from US aid package to farmers caught in the China trade war's crosshairsState-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco is worth up to $1.7 trillion in a new IPO range, setting the stage for the world's largest public listing
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Prince Andrew met with Epstein’s gal pal Ghislaine Maxwell in June: report
Prince Andrew met with Jeffrey Epstein’s accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell this summer — after the heat had already been turned up on his pedophile pal’s depraved behavior, according to a report. The Duke of York met close friend Maxwell in the first week of June when she was in London for the Cash & Rocket...
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Israel's attorney general announces indictment against Netanyahu in corruption cases
Israel's attorney general indicted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges on Thursday, raising more uncertainty over who will ultimately lead a country mired in political chaos after two inconclusive elections this year.
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2,400 WeWork Employees Didn't Deserve This
The stupendously long and expensive con of WeWork, a real estate subleaser disguised as a workplace technology ecosystem, came crashing down months ago. Of course, the company’s workers are the ones now paying the price.Read more...
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Americans Steal Kremlin’s Playbook, for Clicks and Profit
An investigation found that a former Fox News executive hired Macedonians to write culturally and politically divisive content for his websites.
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Hero pulls driver from blazing car fire
When a car burst into flames in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, this good Samaritan jumped in to help. Watch the fiery rescue, recorded by the town hall’s security camera, as this brave bystander pulls the driver from the inferno. The Stafford Fire Department honored Edward Cyr for his bravery.   Subscribe to our YouTube!
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Verizon will preinstall Snapchat on some of its 5G phones
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Verizon and Snap are partnering up to spread the gospel of 5G through Snapchat. The companies announced their joint effort today, which will involve Verizon preloading Snapchat onto some of its 5G phones. Snap will give Verizon ad placement in its Snap Originals programming, and it will also work with Verizon’s 5G Labs to build augmented reality experiences for live events and Verizon marketing activations. The Gen Z-oriented Snapchat might seem like a mismatch for the extremely bland Verizon brand — especially given that the initial 5G rollout has been heavily focused on enterprise uses — but that might be exactly why Verizon wants to team up with Snap. It offers a way to show off its tech without having to point to faster connections... Continue reading…
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Four Syracuse University students suspended after racist, anti-Semitic incidents
Four students at Syracuse University have been suspended in connection to a string of racist and anti-Semitic incidents, school officials said. Chancellor Kent Syverud announced the interim suspensions on Wednesday, three days after Syracuse administrators canceled all social activities at fraternities for the rest of the semester in response to a black student who said...
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2 bodybuilders went vegan for a month and found the biggest downside was the gas
YouTube Bodybuilders and recreational athletes have been trying a vegan diet after the Netflix documentary "The Game Changers" lauded the virtues of plant-based eating for athletes. In a video review, two first-time vegans and YouTube sensations known as the "Buff Dudes" found that a month of eating plant-based left them feeling full, with plenty of strength and energy at the gym.  However, bulking up on broccoli, beans, and other produce left them noticeably more gassy, a common but manageable problem with transitioning to a plant-based diet.  Visit Insider's homepage for more.  Following the debut of the documentary "The Game Changers" on Netflix, which aims to debunk the myth that vegan athletes struggle to get enough fuel and protein, athletes and recreational exercisers have contemplated trying out a plant-based diet.  Fitness influencer brothers Hudson and Brandon White, known for their YouTube Channel "Buff Dudes"with over 2 million subscribers, tried the vegan diet for 30 days and recounted their experience in a video watched more than 600,000 times.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Marie Kondo is now selling a $98 water bottle said to 'infuse the powers of gemstones' into waterA social network for cancer patients is helping them connect without fear of friends pitying them for their diagnosisSteps you can take when you feel a cold coming on to reduce the severity of your symptoms
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Pornhub to sell $300 lifetime membership for Black Friday
Pornhub has just introduced the deal of a lifetime. The mega-popular adult video website announced Thursday a $299 lifetime membership to its Pornhub Premium subscription service, a deal it says will make the “long, hard journey” of life a little more bearable. The deal — which is called “LifePlan” and will only be available on...
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Trump hosting lunch with Romney, Collins — who declined to condemn House impeachment inquiry
The two Republicans, along with Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, are the only three in the Senate who refused to join a resolution blasting the proceedings.
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Slack accuses Microsoft of ripping off its ads
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Slack is accusing Microsoft of ripping off its ads. In a tweet posted by Slack today, the chat company makes a clear comparison between its own Frontiers video from earlier this year and Microsoft’s latest Teams promotional video from earlier this week. Both feature virtual colorful balls that are supposed to represent communication. Slack even hits Microsoft with the “ok boomer” meme to add insult to injury, mocking Microsoft for supposedly being old and out of touch. Microsoft revealed its latest promotional video earlier this week, alongside an announcement that its Teams app is now being actively used by 20 million people daily. That’s a massive jump from the 13 million daily users the company reported back in July, and it’s almost... Continue reading…
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Fiat-Peugeot deal would boost Exor's coffers to 3.6 billion euros in 2022
Fiat Chrysler's top shareholder Exor will have a total of 3.6 billion euros ($4 billion) in 2022 to invest once a deal to merge the carmaker with rival Peugeot goes through, Exor's boss John Elkann said.
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Amazon Music HD expands 3D audio library with Warner Music Group tracks
Echo Studio, one of Amazon's latest smart speakers, might sound great, but until now it offered a limited library of 3D audio through Amazon Music HD. However, if you picked up the speaker and signed up for the hi-res streaming plan, you now have mor...
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Israeli PM Netanyahu indicted on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust
Netanyahu has previously denied any wrongdoing and has said he is the victim of a politically orchestrated "witch-hunt" by the media and the left.
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'Slave for sale' Craigslist post leads to hate crime charges
“Hate crimes have no place in our society and will not be tolerated."
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Sax, riots and racism: the radical jazz of Soweto Kinch
The saxophonist-rapper faces constant racism – and has also been accused of it. He explains the black cultural celebration of his new album, and why he defended a Labour activist accused of antisemitismIt’s rare to see Soweto Kinch without his saxophone. Six foot tall and most often dressed in black, he can usually be found, sax in hand, at his jam night in his hometown of Birmingham or at a session at Ste am Down in London, although I saw him last in May at 2am in a hotel bar in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, joining vocalist Gregory Porter for an unexpected set. “You never know when you might need to play,” Kinch says, tucking his saxophone case under the table between us.Over the past 15 years, he has played a lot. Now 41, Kinch has released six albums, on themes ranging from austerity to maths, and curated an annual festival. A lyrically dextrous MC as well as saxophonist, he has long been championed as the future of British jazz. Yet, when a jazz revival bubbled into the mainstream three years ago, American players such as Kamasi Washington and younger Brits such as Shabaka Hutchings and Nubya Garcia were at the forefront. “I’ve just had my head down, honing my craft,” Kinch says. “Black British music has always been beautiful and powerful, and now the younger generation are getting some recognition.” Continue reading...
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Legal hemp, CBD stir more US farmers to grow unfamiliar crop
The compound, which doesn’t cause a high like that of marijuana, is hyped as a health product to reduce anxiety, treat pain and promote sleep.
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Rihanna takes a dip in tiger-print bikini and four-figure Prada
And while her bold shirt will bust your budget, her swimsuit's currently on sale for under $100.
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From AM to PM: five best day-to-night looks
Getting ready for the seasonal fun-fest need not be a chore – it can be a lol-fest! Here are some looks for work and play Continue reading...
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Pabst Blue Ribbon is selling a 99-pack of beer in the US just in time for the holiday season
Credit: Justin Sullivan / Getty Images Pabst Blue Ribbon is selling a limited edition 99-pack in the US this Christmas which contains Original, Easy, and Extra versions of its beer. The mythical 7-foot-long box of beer was last sold in Quebec during the 2017 holidays, but will now be sold in 15 states across the US, the company told Insider. While prices for the 99-pack are being set by individual retailers, it was reported that a Minnesota store selling the cases for $59.99 was out of stock in less than 24 hours. Visit Insider's homepage for more details. Pabst Blue Ribbon is selling limited-edition 99-packs of beer in the US just in time for the holiday season. The whopping 99-can pack was first sold by PBR in Quebec during Christmas 2017, according to Travel + Leisure.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to find water when you're stuck in the desertSee Also:You can now book a stay at a dog-friendly mini-hotel in Scotland where every room has a beer fridge in the showerDavid Dobrik said his earnings from YouTube went from $275,000 a month to under $2,000 after the 'Adpocalypse'I took trains all the way from Istanbul to London, and eastern and western Europe felt like different worlds
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Keep Kids Busy on Your Next Road Trip With 'Backpack Time'
I think it’s fair to say that kids have a lot more options these days to stay entertained in the car on a road trip. What did we have? Books. Pen and paper. A Walkman, if we were lucky. And eventually, a boredom that ran deep enough to make the alphabet license plate game sound like a good idea. Read more...
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How many millennials can actually afford to buy a home in 16 of the biggest US metro areas
Ivan Hunter/Getty Images Only 13% of millennial renters in the US can afford a standard 20% down payment on a median-priced home in the next five years, according to a new Apartment List survey. Apartment List broke down the percentage of millennial renters who can afford to buy a house in 16 of the biggest US metro areas. In three California metro areas, less than 10% of millennial renters could put down 20% if buying a house in five years. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Homeownership is looking ever more like a pipe dream for millennials. Only 13% of millennial renters in the US can afford a standard 20% down payment on a median-priced home in the next five years, according to a new Apartment List survey. The survey polled over 10,000 millennials, defined as those ages 23 to 38. For a 10% down payment, that jumps to 25%; for a 5% down payment, it's 39%. But those numbers vary depending on where you're buying a home. Apartment List broke down the percentage of millennial renters who can afford a 20%, 10%, and 5% down payment within the next five years in 16 of the biggest US metro areas.  To estimate how long it would take each renter to save, Apartment List compared millennials' current savings levels, (adjusted for inflation and wage growth) against median metro-level condo prices from the National Association of Realtors (adjusted for historical home price appreciation). Turns out, California is a hard place to save for a home. Only 7% of millennial renters in San Francisco can afford a 20% down payment in five years — and they don't fare much better in Los Angeles or San Diego. Here's where else millennial renters are struggling to save for a home purchase. Note that all median home prices provided are from National Association of Realtors.The median home price in Atlanta, Georgia, is $238,100. Shutterstock/Sean Pavone 20% down payment: 16% 10% down payment: 24% 5% down payment: 39%   The median home price in Boston, Massachusetts, is $507,400. Sean Pavone/Shutterstock 20% down payment: 8% 10% down payment: 20% 5% down payment: 37%   The median home price in Chicago, Illinois, is $269,700. Sean Pavone/Shutterstock 20% down payment: 16% 10% down payment: 29% 5% down payment: 37% See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Student-loan debt and skyrocketing housing prices have become so bad that more millennials are planning to rent foreverTrump's childhood home in New York City isn't selling. Take a look inside the 5-bedroom house that was listed for $2.9 million earlier this year and just failed to sell at auction.More millennials are preparing to rent for the rest of their lives, and down payment saving is the biggest barrierSEE ALSO: Student-loan debt and skyrocketing housing prices have become so bad that more millennials are planning to rent forever DON'T MISS: 8 ways American millennials are changing homeownership, from moving to commuter towns to wiping out the starter home
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Video shows naked inmate falling from prison balcony, nearly hitting another prisoner
Wild, newly surfaced video from inside a Manhattan jail shows the moment a pair of inmates attack a naked inmate who then plunged off a balcony, narrowly missing another detainee who was using a payphone. The 42-second clip, obtained by The Post, was taken in 2017 at the Manhattan Detention Complex, known as The Tombs,...
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60 Minutes Rewind: Mind Reading, 2009
In 2009, Lesley Stahl reported on promising research that allows scientists to get a glimpse at human thoughts. Sunday, 60 Minutes will report on the research progress over the last ten years.
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Using a free airport phone charger could drain your bank account
A convenient charge can come with a high cost. Public charging stations and USB ports can be a lifesaver when your phone battery power is dwindling, but the threat of “juice jacking” should make people think twice before using random chargers. Hackers are infecting ports with malware that, when phone owners plug in for a...
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Xerox threatens to take HP bid hostile
Xerox Corp on Thursday threatened to take its $33.5 billion buyout bid for HP Inc hostile, if the personal computer maker did not agree to a "friendly" discussion before Nov. 25.
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Holmes: President's voice was loud and recognizable
David Holmes, the counselor for political affairs at the US Embassy in Ukraine, describes the conversation he overheard between President Trump and Ambassador Gordon Sondland the day after Trump spoke with the Ukrainian president by phone in July 2019.
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Fans May or May Not Get a Joker Sequel
Meanwhile,  2019’s freshman class won this year's Grammy nominations.
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Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch review: the one you’ve been waiting for
Apple fixed the obvious things Continue reading…
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Americans are holding record levels of credit card debt — but still planning a holiday splurge
"The economy is good, the job market is good, but a lot of people are living close to the edge,” said one financial analyst.
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