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What can I do now that I’ve had my COVID-19 vaccine and my mom put me on her house’s deed and my brother wants half

Happy Tuesday MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:

Take a look inside race car driver Johnny Gray’s $32.5 million Florida mansion

The retired race car driver Johnny Gray is ready to roll away from his megamansion in Jupiter, FL. Offered for $32.5 million, the 30,000-square-foot estate is the most expensive home ever listed in the area.

I got my COVID-19 vaccination. Now what? Can I get on a plane, or visit my family? Do I still need to wear my mask?

In the U.S. more than 3 million Americans have received two doses of either vaccine.

Life after the COVID-19 vaccine: Americans won’t rush back to restaurants and ballgames — or public transportation

‘The arrival of vaccines won’t automatically flip a switch to put the world back on its pre-COVID path,’ said Scott McKenzie, global intelligence leader at Nielsen.

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Salaries are a big part of high college costs — yet most faculty members at four-year colleges are instructors, lecturers and adjuncts who get paid by the class.

Biden revives plans to put Harriet Tubman on $20 note — why this bill has special resonance for the Civil War-era abolitionist

History shows that Tubman has a special tie to the $20 sum.

CDC Director: ‘I can’t tell you how much vaccine we have and, if I can’t tell it to you, then I can’t tell it to the governors’

President Joe Biden has outlined a goal of 100 million vaccinations in 100 days, which some analysts describe as ambitious.

‘I’m tired of being the only one with moral values’: My mother put me on the deed of her home. Now my brother wants half

Before our mother passed away, she claimed the deed of the home to me, and she also added me on to all of her bank accounts. My brother was there and he said nothing.

Does wearing two masks help prevent COVID-19 transmission? Dr. Fauci has an answer

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has not issued official guidance on double masking.

This is the best time of year to get a mortgage

A new study shows that home buyers can save a lot of money by timing their mortgage application right.

My sister is a single mother and thinks ‘squatter rights’ is the way to secure housing in the pandemic. What can I do?

‘She has been better with her money the last three months, but she has been very irresponsible in her spending the last few years — paying for breast implants, for example.’

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Consumer confidence rebounds on vaccine hopes and improving economy

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IMF boosts U.S. and global growth outlook for 2021

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