Houston native Pfc. Vanessa Guillen was last seen at Ft. Hood on April 22nd. Following her disappearance, investigators found her keys and ID cards in the armory where she worked on that same day. Democratic House Rep. Sylvia García represents Guillen's district. She said last week that the Army believed "that there is foul play involved." Now, Business Insider reports police have found unidentified partial human remains in their search for Guillen.
Houston health official David Persee says city hospitals could be just "weeks" away from being overrun by COVID-19 patients unless residents abide by restrictions meant to slow the spread of the virus. Jillian Kitchener has more.
Instacart has raised another $100 million in funding. Business Insider reports that the $100 million will be added to the $225 million it raised in June. The company is valued at $13.8 billion. Instacart has been growing quickly during the coronavirus pandemic because more consumers opt for online grocery delivery. This new funding will allow the company to scale the business further.
Kroger is giving its employees access to an at-home COVID-19 testing kit. Employees will video chat with a medical professional while taking the test to ensure proper sample collection. Employees will then send the test sample to a lab via overnight shipping. They will receive results within 24 to 48 hours, according to Business Insider. Kroger is giving its employees access to the free at-home COVID-19 tests starting this week.
Financial planning isn't about making perfect decisions with your money. No one is perfect and mistakes are bound to happen. Business Insider spoke to financial experts and compiled a list of simple things people can do to protect their finances. Get control over preparedness and reaction. If it's hard to save, try setting up micro-goals to hold yourself accountable every day. Money management is an ongoing task, and people are better off striving for consistency than perfection.
By now, pretty much everyone should know that frequent handwashing is a good thing to do--especially in a pandemic. But that's not always possible, and sometimes stores have already been emptied of hand sanitizer. So, why not make your own? After all, you probably already know how to make your own banana bread and sourdough starter! According to Business Insider, the recipe for homemade sanitizer is simple, but the proportions have to be correct for it to work well.
John Hickenlooper on the Democratic nomination for US Senate in the June 30 primaries. Hickenlooper defeated Andrew Romanoff, the former speaker of the Colorado House. Hickenlooper defeated Andrew Romanoff, the former speaker of the Colorado House. He served two terms as the state's governor, first elected in 2010 and then re-elected in 2014. Business Insider reports that the former governor won a handily, 60% to 40%. Hickenlooper will now face vulnerable Republican Senator Cory Gardner.
The 'Ice Ice Baby' hitmaker was hoping to host an Independence Throwback Beach Party in Austin, Texas, which would have paid homage to the 90s. However, due to the spike in coronavirus cases, the gig has now been cancelled.
San Antonio, Texas passed a resolution calling terms such as “Chinese virus” and “kung-fu virus” hate speech. According to Business Insider, the resolution also covers anti-Semitic speech and encourages people to report it to authorities. Sen. Ted Cruz called the resolution “nuts,” saying the city council was “behaving like a lefty college faculty lounge.” Yet he also suggested they investigate The New York Times and CNN who said “Chinese coronavirus” in their reporting.
In the United States, the fastest-growing demographic groups are African Americans and Latinx. And according to Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan, systemic racism targetting those groups is dragging down the US economy. Reuters reports Kaplan made the remarks in a Sunday interview on CBS's 'Face the Nation.' He said blacks and Hispanics have long endured a higher level of unemployment than whites. It’s in the interest of the US...
US President Donald Trump has warned against labeling "tens of millions of decent Americans as racist or bigots" as anti-racism demonstrations continue. Mr Trump was speaking at an event promoted as discussing "justice disparities" in Dallas, Texas.
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Peaceful marches and demonstrations were marred by instances of looting and attacks on police officers as protesters decried police for the use of force against minorities. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.