Personal Finance Daily: How Facebook and Twitter could make the spread of the coronavirus worse and if you lose your Super Bowl bet, you could still win when you file your taxes

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How Facebook and Twitter could make the spread of the coronavirus worse

Eroding trust in public institutions and the rapid spread of misinformation will make health officials’ jobs more difficult.

Pass the cocktail wieners: This map shows the most-Googled Super Bowl food in every state

What state picks “party pinwheels” over pigs-in-a-blanket?

Super Bowl 2020 tickets now cost an average of $10,000

Here’s what’s driving the cost of what could turn out to be the most expensive Super Bowl ever.

Super Bowl 2020 weekend is the new Coachella — for a fraction of the price

Kanye West tickets were going for $20 and a Maroon 5 and Dan + Shay show was $50.

If you lose your Super Bowl bet, you could still win when you file your taxes

Americans could bet nearly $7 billion on the Chief-49ers duel.

These analytical models say your Super Bowl LIV winner is …

San Francisco’s punishing run game will grind up time of possession, keeping the ball out of Pat Mahomes’ hands, and its stifling defense will apply pressure he has rarely seen this season, according to one data analytics expert.

‘My daughter has been chiding me for frivolously spending her inheritance. Now she won’t speak to me’

‘My financial adviser assures me that if I live within my current budget I’ll still have over $1 million in savings at age 100.’

Delta and American Airlines halt flights as U.S. warns travelers to avoid China — how airlines are responding to coronavirus

United, Delta and American Airlines are waiving some cancellation fees; some cruise lines are canceling trips.

A quarter of millennials say they’ve saved $100,000 — here’s how they did it

Millennials, research has shown, have fewer responsibilities than their older counterparts.

Coronavirus infections just surpassed the total number of cases during the 2002-2003 SARS epidemic

There is one silver lining: SARS had a fatality rate of 9.5% compared to 2.2% for the coronavirus thus far.

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Senate close to rejecting Trump impeachment trial witnesses as Murkowski says ‘no’

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Oil stocks are the new tobacco, in ‘death knell phase,’ says Jim Cramer

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‘Godfather’ of technical analysis says stock-market downturn is going to get worse: ‘I am looking at a 10% drop maybe a little bit more’

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