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Nearly every US state is dropping mask mandates for fully vaccinated people following new CDC guidelines. Here are the current rules in different states.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images The CDC said Thursday that fully vaccinated Americans don't need a mask in most spaces, including indoors. But states can ultimately decide their own rules on mask wearing. Most states relaxed their mask rules, while a few, including California, said they would relax them soon. See more stories on Insider's business page. Fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear a mask outside or in most indoo...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Maryland, Minneapolis, California, Cdc, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon, Virginia, Massachusetts, US, Trends, Getty Images, Pennsylvania, Maine


Wealthy Install Location-Tracking Apps to Establish Proof-of-Residency for Tax Purposes (slashdot)

The New York Times shares the dilemma of Jeff Sheu, managing director of a private equity firm, who is "exactly the type of high earner California does not want to lose. When people in his tax bracket leave, the state is likely to audit them to make sure they really have left." But fortunately, there's an app for that: With the May 17 tax filing deadline approaching, people who have moved to another state or are working more remotely need to be extra vigilant with their tax documents. For Mr....
Tags: Florida, New York, News, California, New York Times, States, Major League Baseball, EditorDavid, Sheu, TaxDay, Jeff Sheu, Monaeo, Jonathan Mariner, Dustin Grizzle


New CDC mask guidance adds to a confusing patchwork of rules across US

Some businesses lift mask mandates while others keep them after CDC said fully vaccinated people don’t need to wear masks indoorsThe patchwork system for mask guidance in the US will continue despite federal authorities’ decision last week to say people fully vaccinated against Covid-19 mostly do not need to wear masks indoors.Business giants including Walmart and Starbucks lifted mask mandates in response. Others including Gap plan to keep them in place. States including New Jersey and Californ...
Tags: California, Cdc, US, Walmart, US news, New Jersey, Starbucks, States, Coronavirus, COVID


Following new CDC mask guidelines, 13 states lifted mask mandates for vaccinated people, while New York and California kept restrictions. Here are the rules in different states.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images The CDC said Thursday that fully vaccinated Americans don't need a mask in most spaces, including indoors. But states can ultimately decide their own rules on mask wearing. Minnesota, Nevada, and others relaxed their mask rules, while others, including New York, are sticking with their current mandates. See more stories on Insider's business page. Fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear a mas...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Maryland, Minneapolis, California, Cdc, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon, Boston, Virginia, Massachusetts, New York City, Trends, Pennsylvania, Maine


How America’s Partisan Divide Over Pandemic Responses Played Out in the States

States led by Republican governors generally had higher COVID-19 case and death rates in 2020.
Tags: America, States, Oversight


Wealthy Install Location-Tracking Apps to Establish Proof-of-Residency for Tax Purposes

The New York Times shares the dilemma of Jeff Sheu, managing director of a private equity firm, who is "exactly the type of high earner California does not want to lose. When people in his tax bracket leave, the state is likely to audit them to make sure they really have left." But fortunately, there's an app for that: With the May 17 tax filing deadline approaching, people who have moved to another state or are working more remotely need to be extra vigilant with their tax documents. For Mr....
Tags: Florida, New York, California, Tech, New York Times, States, Major League Baseball, Sheu, TaxDay, Jeff Sheu, Monaeo, Jonathan Mariner, Dustin Grizzle


Bland finds Belfry oasis after long desert crossing

Richard Bland. Picture: Getty Images Richard Bland claimed an emotional first European Tour victory in his 478th appearance after the English veteran overcame young Italian Guido Migliozzi in a play-off to win the Betfred British Masters hosted by Danny Willett.In a dramatic final day on the famous Brabazon Course at The Belfry, Bland showed incredibl...
Tags: UK, Sport, Porsche, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, European Tour, Dubai, States, Shane Lowry, Danny Willett, Padraig Harrington, Chris, Wilson, Tiley, Angus, Caldwell


Apple Stores Will Continue to Require Masks for Now

Earlier this week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear their masks outdoors or in most indoor settings, paving the way for many companies to relax their mask rules. Following the recommendation change, several stores announced that they would no longer require vaccinated customers to wear masks inside, including Walmart, Trader Joe's, Starbucks, and Costco, but for the time being, Apple retail stores will cont...
Tags: Apple, California, Cdc, Massachusetts, Walmart, Hawaii, Starbucks, States, Costco, Apple Store, Apple Retail, U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Bloomberg Apple, Apple Stores Will Continue, Michigan Connecticut North Carolina Minnesota


How The CDC Change on Mask Guidance Set Off Confusion in States and Cities

Some governors and mayors quickly rolled back their mask mandates, while others said local restrictions would stay in place for now.
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AG files support for LA County Ban on flavored tobacco products sales

LOS ANGELES >> California Attorney General Rob Bonta on Friday, May 14, filed a brief in the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Los Angeles County’s ordinance banning the sale of flavored tobacco products. In the brief, Bonta argues that the federal Tobacco Control Act preserves state and local authority to implement sales restrictions on flavored tobacco products — as several courts have already recognized in similar cases brought by tobacco manufacturers and retailers against othe...
Tags: Health, News, California, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, United States, States, Los Angeles County, AG, Big Tobacco, Bonta, Rob Bonta, U S 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Top Stories LADN


New Varieties in the Burpee Advent Calendar

Guest post by judywhite Last year, as garden writers, we were treated to the Burpee seed company's wonderful Advent Calendar, a big cardboard publicity piece that was an instant hit. (Sorry to say it's not available for sale; Burpee should launch a limited edition for holiday purchase.) Instead of a manger or Santa Claus on the cover, there was a snowy image of Burpee's Seed House Barn (below), which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. And instead of chocolate behind each cale...
Tags: Gardening, England, Featured, Dave, Santa Claus, States, Jonathan, Burpee, Gladiator, Fordhook Farm, Doylestown, Edibles, Graham Rice, Annuals and seasonal plants, New plants, Bucks County Pennsylvania


Yes, you can earn more on unemployment instead of working. Here's the gap between average benefits and wages in every US state.

Business owners say they're struggling to compete with enhanced unemployment. AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh Business owners say that an extra $300 per week in unemployment is making it harder to hire workers. In three states, the average unemployment benefit plus the $300 supplement exceeds average weekly wages. Average state and federal unemployment benefits exceed the minimum wage in every state in the US. See more stories on Insider's business page. As some business owners claim that enha...
Tags: Utah, New York, California, Montana, US, Alabama, Trends, Wyoming, North Dakota, Idaho, Hawaii, Yale, Iowa, Connecticut, Kansas, States


Home Equity Continues Growing In U.S. During First Quarter Of 2021 As Market Remains Resistant To Pandemic

Equity-Rich Properties Outnumber Seriously Underwater Homes by Seven-to-One Ratio; Portion of U.S. Homes Considered Equity-Rich Up To 32 Percent; Seriously Underwater Properties Below 5 Percent Irvine, CA – May 13, 2021 (PRNewswire) ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its first-quarter 2021 U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report, which shows that 17.8 million residential properties in the United States were considered equity-rich, mean...
Tags: Utah, Real Estate, News, Minnesota, Mississippi, Colorado, California, Washington, Oregon, Milwaukee, Alabama, Los Angeles, San Francisco, West Virginia, Radio, West


Following new CDC mask guidelines, 8 states lifted mask mandates for vaccinated people, while New York and California kept restrictions. Here are the rules in different states.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images The CDC said Thursday that fully vaccinated Americans don't need a mask in most spaces, including indoors. But states can ultimately decide their own rules on mask wearing. Minnesota, Nevada, and others relaxed their mask rules, while others, including New York, are sticking with their current mandates. See more stories on Insider's business page. Fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear a mas...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Minneapolis, California, Cdc, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon, Boston, Virginia, Massachusetts, New York City, Trends, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New Jersey


8 states lifted mask mandates for vaccinated people following new CDC guidance, while New York, California, and others kept their mandates. Here's how states responded.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images The CDC said Thursday that fully vaccinated Americans don't need a mask in most spaces, including indoors. But states can ultimately decide their own rules on mask wearing. Minnesota, Nevada, and others relaxed their mask rules, while others, including New York, are sticking with their current mandates. See more stories on Insider's business page. Fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear a mas...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Minneapolis, California, Cdc, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon, Boston, Virginia, Massachusetts, New York City, Trends, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New Jersey


Morressier wants academic conferences to feel cutting edge

While a unicorn named Hopin tends to dominate the virtual conferencing space, a new startup just raised millions of dollars by focusing on what it believes is an untapped niche in the same universe: academic conferences. Morressier, a virtual conference and publishing platform specifically for the scientific community, announced today that it has raised $18 million in a Series A round led by Owl Ventures. Existing investors Cherry Ventures and Redalpine Venture Partners also participated in the ...
Tags: TC, Asia, Europe, Africa, Tech, States, Edtech, Cherry Ventures, Redalpine Venture Partners, Hopin, Morressier, Sami Benchekroun, Society of Photo optical Instrumentation Engineers


How America's Partisan Divide Over Pandemic Responses Played Out in the States

The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have widened the partisan divide between Democrats and Republicans on health care.
Tags: America, States


Queensland Number One For Tourism Recovery

New statistics from Accor, the largest hotel operator in the Pacific, are showing that Queensland has recorded the fastest and most sustained rate of tourism recovery over the past year compared to all other States in Australia.
Tags: Travel, Queensland, Accor, States, Pacific


The 5 Best USA Destinations for Families

The United States is home to some of the best travel destinations for families. From the east coast to the west, you will find plenty of heart-pumping adventures, beautiful scenery, and kid-friendly activities to please all ages. There really is something for everyone! If you’re planning a family getaway in the states this summer, here are the five best travel destinations for families to consider.  1: Orlando, Florida  When planning a family vacation, what better location to cho...
Tags: Fashion, Florida, America, United States, Hawaii, San Diego, Harry Potter, States, West Coast, Orlando, Kauai, Orlando Florida, Newport, Kauai Hawaii, Newport Rhode Island, Disney World SeaWorld Orlando


These are the US states which are turning down hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 vaccine doses

A woman getting vaccinated. lechatnoir/Getty Images US states are scaling down their vaccine allotments as demand for shots plummets across the country. Wisconsin, Iowa, and Washington state are just some of the states reducing their vaccine orders. US vaccination rates have dropped from more than three million to two million shots per day. See more stories on Insider's business page. States across the US are refusing their full allocations of COVID-19 vaccine doses from the federal go...
Tags: Washington, White House, New York City, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Ap, Iowa, Connecticut, Wisconsin, Kansas, Associated Press, Pfizer, The New York Times, States


Cat Deeley sparks confusion with new baby photo

Cat Deeley might now be back in the UK after years living in the States but she still chose...
Tags: UK, States, Cat Deeley


Fact check: Yes, Trump really did lose the 2020 election

By Hope Yen | Associated Press WASHINGTON — Seeking to shame Republicans who are disloyal to him, former President Donald Trump distorted the Constitution’s meaning in asserting widespread voter fraud and insisting that state legislatures could overturn Joe Biden’s presidential win. He’s wrong on all those fronts. TRUMP: “Had Mike Pence referred the information on six states (only need two) back to State Legislatures … we would have had a far different Presidential result.” — statement Wednesday...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, Washington, Georgia, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton, House, Arizona, Mitch McConnell, Associated Press, States, Biden, Donald Trump


If you were overpaid unemployment insurance, the Biden administration says you should be able to keep some

A person files an application for unemployment benefits on April 16, 2020, in Arlington, Virginia. OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images The US Department of Labor issued guidance Wednesday that lets states waive recovery of unemployment insurance overpayments. "In many cases, individuals received payments for which they may not have been eligible through no fault of their own," the department's Suzi LeVine said. States that already collected repayments should give that money back, the...
Tags: Texas, Congress, Trends, Economy, Unemployment, United States, States, Biden, Charles Davis, Stimulus, Cnbc, Levine, Suzi LeVine, Department of Labor, Arlington Virginia, US Department of Labor


Analysis: US may never reach herd immunity. It may not need to

Covid cases are down. Deaths are down. States are opening up. Governors are getting creative to encourage younger Americans to get the shot -- with $100 checks or beer.


The US may never reach herd immunity. It may not need to

Covid cases are down. Deaths are down. States are opening up. Governors are getting creative to encourage younger Americans to get the shot -- with $100 checks or beer.
Tags: US, Cnn, States


How to break into Silicon Valley as an outsider

Nathan Beckord Contributor Share on Twitter Nathan Beckord is CEO of Foundersuite.com, a software platform for raising capital and managing investors that has helped entrepreneurs raise over $2 billion since 2016. He is also the host of Foundersuite’s How I Raised It podcast. More posts by this contributor The lightning-fast Series A (that was 3 years in the making) Founders seeking their first check need a ...
Tags: Startups, Column, Networking, San Francisco, Tech, United States, Holland, Silicon Valley, States, Index Ventures, Bay Area, Barr Allen, Domm Holland, Allison Barr Allen, Nathan Beckord, Foundersuite


White House tells states to use or lose their COVID-19 vaccine supply

Philadelphia city employees queue to schedule their second COVID-19 vaccine shot after receiving their first at a FEMA community vaccination center on March 2, 2021. Mark Makela/Getty Images The White House is instituting a "use or lose it" policy for states' COVID-19 vaccine allocations. States with lower demand may have to redistribute their vaccine supply, The Washington Post reports. Average daily vaccine doses have fallen from a peak of 3.5 million in mid-April to around 2.3 milli...
Tags: Post, Politics, Washington Post, White House, India, US, Trends, West, Canada, United States, New York Times, Fema, Vaccination, Philadelphia, States, Biden


A Rarified Restaurant: Mãos at Blue Mountain School in London

Reopening this month: Mãos, the restaurant at Blue Mountain School, a rarefied art, craft, and fashion hub in London’s Shoreditch. We visited back in 2018 when the six-story showcase debuted. Today, we’re returning for a new look at the two dining rooms, each filled with design ideas we’d like to borrow—or just stare at. Blue Mountain School takes its name and attitude from North Carolina’s famous experimental art school that flourished in the thirties and forties. It’s the latest project from c...
Tags: Books, Milan, London, James Brown, House, Philadelphia, Michelin, States, North Carolina, Lighting, Shoreditch, Browns, Tiles, Plaster, Whitechapel, Christie


Speed Read, 2 May 2021

This week we’ve got a smokin’ hot XSR155 in John Player colors from West Java, Harley’s cool and classy Electra Glide Revival, and a Moto Guzzi eBay bargain. Plus a brief appreciation of Dick ‘Bugsy’ Mann, who passed away last Monday. Yamaha XSR155 by Glanets MC In the west, the Yamaha Yard Built program has focused on middleweight customs—usually based on twins and triples like the XSR700 and XSR900. Yamaha Indonesia has its own version of the program though, and focuses on the smaller bi...
Tags: Apple, Usa, Ebay, Milwaukee, Southeast Asia, Motorcycles, States, Honda, Dick, Palm Springs, Ama, Harley, Yamaha, Daytona, Harley-davidson, CB


Dining out is back, as America gets vaccinated

Across the country, Americans are getting vaccinated. States and cities are loosening pandemic-related restrictions. And people are heading back to restaurants.
Tags: America, Cnn, States