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Get kids set to invest with these accounts

During my late teens, my mom handed me two worn, blue passport-size books with details of my custodial investment accounts. I had no clue what to do with them, but it didn't matter, because the accounts were empty anyway. Perhaps for the best, because I'm almost certain my assets wouldn't have stood a chance.
I am now a mother, ... (full story)


WHO: COVID end 'in sight,' deaths at lowest since March 2020

GENEVA (AP) — The head of the World Health Organization said Wednesday that the number of coronavirus deaths worldwide last week was the lowest reported in the pandemic since March 2020, marking what could be a turning point in the years-long global outbreak.
At a press briefing in Geneva, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhan ... (full story)


Lin-Manuel Miranda, others seek Puerto Rico silver lining

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NEW YORK (AP) — Five years after Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico and exposed the funding problems the Caribbean island has long faced, philanthropists warn that many of those issues remain unaddressed, just like the repairs still needed for the American territory's physical infrastructure.
The Category 4 storm, wi ... (full story)


Informative annual reports

Q. Does a company's annual report show its market capitalization? -- B.W., Brandon, South Dakota
A. A company's market capitalization, or "market cap," can change throughout a trading day and isn't generally mentioned in its annual report. It shows what value the market is ascribing to a company; you can find it online ... (full story)


Free Narcan, drug test strips distributed throughout W.Va

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Volunteers and public health workers set up shop in parks, churches, post offices and community centers recently for the largest event for overdose reversal drug training and distribution in West Virginia's history.
It was the third time the state, which has seen the most opioid overdose deaths per ... (full story)