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NFL legend Brett Favre endorses Trump for president

NFL legend Brett Favre endorses Trump for president

NFL great Brett Favre has endorsed President Donald Trump for reelection. He’s one of the most prominent figures in sports to publicly pledge support for the President. In a tweet, the former Green Bay Packers quarterback praised Trump’s stances on freedom of speech, the Second Amendment, and police. “My Vote is for what makes this…MORE

Fed eases terms of Main Street lending program to help more small businesses

Fed eases terms of Main Street lending program to help more small businesses

The Federal Reserve is changing the rules of its Main Street Lending Program to help smaller businesses that have been struggling to get by while waiting for additional stimulus from Congress. The Fed on Friday announced it would issue loans as low as $100,000 and reduce the fees for the loans. Previously the minimum amount…MORE

Astronomers find smallest ‘rogue planet’ in the Milky Way

Astronomers find smallest ‘rogue planet’ in the Milky Way

Astronomers have detected the smallest rogue planet in our Milky Way galaxy, and it’s between the sizes of Mars and Earth. Rogue planets are free-floating planets that don’t orbit stars. The planet, named OGLE-2016-BLG-1928, was found by astronomers using the Warsaw Telescope at Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. The astronomers are part of the OGLE…MORE

Trick or treat? Here are the stocks that have soured in 2020

Trick or treat? Here are the stocks that have soured in 2020

The stock market has been kind of spooky lately. On Friday, the Dow was on course for its worst month since pandemic lockdowns sparked a massive sell off in March. So CNN Business decided to take a look at which stocks are looking like sweet treats, and which appear decidedly tricky. It should come as…MORE

Gun stocks fall after Walmart removes firearms and ammo from some stores

Gun stocks fall after Walmart removes firearms and ammo from some stores

Stocks of publicly traded gun companies fell sharply Friday following Walmart’s decision to remove firearms and ammunition from shelves in some US stores. Shares of American Outdoor Brands, formerly known as Smith & Wesson, fell nearly 4%, while Sturm, Ruger & Co. stock dipped 1% in midday trading. Ammunition maker Vista Outdoor fell 10% and…MORE