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Bank Regulator's Battle With Anti-Redlining Law Comes to an End

58 minutes ago   |   NY Times

Joseph Otting, the top overseer of the country's largest banks, drew from his own experiences as a banker to rewrite rules for the Community Reinvestment Act. Not everyone is...
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House Votes to Extend Popular Small Business Loan Program

3 hours ago   |   Bloomberg   |   2 articles

The House voted Thursday to give small businesses financially strapped by the Covid-19 crisis more flexibility to spend forgivable loans for payrolls and expenses from the...
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Trump Acknowledges ‘Very Sad Milestone' in 100,000 Virus Deaths

5 hours ago   |   Bloomberg   |   4 articles

President Donald Trump publicly acknowledged the death toll of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak on Thursday, issuing a tweet remarking on the “sad milestone” after 100,000...
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College Basketball Preseason Top 25

6 hours ago   |   NBC Sports

The only top 25 you need to read.
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U.S.-China Tension Only Set to Get Worse: ‘There Is No Off Ramp'

7 hours ago   |   Bloomberg

With Donald Trump and Xi Jinping both focused on ramping up domestic support in the wake of the pandemic, the bottom is rapidly falling out of U.S.-China relations. And few in...
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DealBook: An Election Fought With Charts

9 hours ago   |   NY Times

In the upcoming election, selective quoting of statistics will paint sharply different - but equally valid - pictures of economic health during the pandemic.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Testing Becomes Major Campaign Issue

11 hours ago   |   NY Times

President Trump would leave it to the states, while Joseph R. Biden Jr. said he would create a national program. Two million more jobless claims are expected today.
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With Naturalizations On Hold, Potential New Voters Sit On Sidelines

With Naturalizations On Hold, Potential New Voters Sit On Sidelines

12 hours ago   |   NPR   |   2 articles

An estimated 860,000 people were set to become citizens this year - with many also expected to become first-time voters. But the pandemic has put a temporary halt to...
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With Naturalizations On Hold, Potential New Voters Sit On Sidelines

With Naturalizations On Hold, Potential New Voters Sit On Sidelines

12 hours ago   |   NPR   |   2 articles

An estimated 860,000 people were set to become citizens this year - with many also expected to become first-time voters. But the pandemic has put a temporary halt to...
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Coronavirus: Ghana war veteran, 95, walks 23km to raise funds

12 hours ago   |   Al Jazeera

WWII veteran Joseph Hammond logs 14 miles in a week as part of a fundraiser to support Africa's front-line workers.
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1 in 4 American workers have filed for unemployment benefits during the pandemic

1 in 4 American workers have filed for unemployment benefits during the pandemic

Another 2.1 million people filed initial jobless claims last week. Read more ...

Dr. Fauci: Second wave of COVID-19 can be avoided

Dr. Fauci: Second wave of COVID-19 can be avoided

Dr. Anthony Fauci says a second wave of the novel coronavirus can be avoided if the United States can improve testing and contact tracing. Read more ...

Man who allegedly broke into bank says he did it for a ‘Hot Pocket'

Man who allegedly broke into bank says he did it for a ‘Hot Pocket'

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Most people who break into a bank do it to get their hands on some money. A man in San Diego said he did to get his hands on a Hot Pocket. The man was... Read more ...

South Carolina mom, boyfriend charged after remains of special needs...

South Carolina mom, boyfriend charged after remains of special needs daughter found in dresser

Authorities say a South Carolina woman and her boyfriend have been arrested and accused of killing the woman's disabled daughter and hiding her body inside a dresser drawer. Read more ...

Trump preparing order targeting social media protections

Trump preparing order targeting social media protections

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is preparing to sign an executive order Thursday aimed at curbing liability protections for social media companies, two days after he lashed... Read more ...

Boston Marathon canceled for 1st time in 124-year history

Boston Marathon canceled for 1st time in 124-year history

BOSTON - The Boston Marathon has been canceled for the first time in its 124-year history. Read more ...

Violence again rocks Minneapolis after man's death; 1 killed

Violence again rocks Minneapolis after man's death; 1 killed

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Legal and tech policy experts say Trump's executive order draft cracking...

Legal and tech policy experts say Trump's executive order draft cracking down on social media companies is dead on arrival

President Donald Trump is set to sign an executive order seeking to crack down on social media companies after Twitter took the rare step this week of adding fact-checking... Read more ...

Boston Marathon 2020 canceled in historic first

Boston Marathon 2020 canceled in historic first

Add the Boston Marathon to the list of sporting events canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. After being postponed from April 20 and moved to Sept. 14, the race was called... Read more ...

Trump Readies Executive Order Targeting Protections For Social Media Companies

Trump Readies Executive Order Targeting Protections For Social Media Companies

The president had threatened social media companies with new regulation or even shuttering, but he alone can't do that. Read more ...