The Wall Street Journal

In the Wake of Hurricanes, Crisis Investors See Opportunity


As the frequency of costly natural disasters rises in the U.S., real-estate speculators are seeing opportunity. One such investor has found a profitable niche in the region hit hardest by Hurricane Michael. WSJ recently followed Eugene Ursu as he drove around Panama City, Fla., searching for damaged homes to flip.

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Health experts say we are just starting to feel the effects of Thanksgiving gatherings, and warn that Christmas could be 10 times worse. They are worried people will flock to shopping malls to do their holiday shopping, which could lead to a COVID-19 super surge. Dr. Ashish Jha, Dean at Brown University School of Public Health, says "We're in the middle of the worst surge of the whole pandemic and this is not the time to be mixing with large numbers of people."
Kimberley A. Martin joins Get Up to explain why the Washington Football Team decided to release Dwayne Haskins in the middle of an NFL playoff race. Marcus Spears and Jeff Saturday then join the show to discuss the decision by WFT, which now will start either Alex Smith or Taylor Heinicke at quarterback.
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Rep. Steny Hoyer implored his Republican colleagues in the House of Representatives to vote to impeach President Trump.

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