East Coast Braces for Floods and Wind as Isaias Intensifies

ATLANTA — Tens of millions of Americans were warned on Monday to brace themselves for the threat of flooding, power outages and downed trees as Tropical Storm Isaias moved up the Atlantic Coast and intensified back toward hurricane strength. On the coast of the Carolinas, residents were preparing for the storm’s arrival on Monday night, […]

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Men’s Wearhouse files for bankruptcy as men sport sweats over suits

Suit retailer Men’s Wearhouse filed for bankruptcy on Sunday as the coronavirus has kept millions of office workers at home and in lounge pants. Parent company Tailored Brands, which also owns Jos A. Bank, filed for Chapter 11 protection in Houston, Tex., after reaching a deal with a majority of its lenders to keep 1,400 […]

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Europe cushions workforce as U.S. lifeline runs threadbare

By Tom Sims and Norma Galeana FRANKFURT/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – – While millions of U.S. workers thrown into unemployment by the coronavirus pandemic fret about feeding their families, idled German airline purser Marco Todte is mainly concerned about his next vacation. Todte, 41, hasn’t flown for work since April. But Germany’s state-subsidized “Kurzarbeit” furlough scheme […]

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Coronavirus Live Updates: $600-a-Week Lifeline for Jobless Expires

Here’s what you need to know: Tens of millions of unemployed Americans are losing a benefit that helped keep them afloat. Three key developments in the U.S. on Friday that you may have missed. South Korea arrests the leader of a church where the virus spread rapidly. A school opened in Indiana. It had to […]

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Kim Kardashian Posts Special Pics Of All Her Kids Reuniting With Great-Grandma MJ, 86

Surprise! Kim Kardashian dazzled her millions of fans when she shared a bunch of special photos of her kids hanging with their gorgeous great-grandmother. Oh happy days! Kim Kardashian, 39, got everyone all in their feelings and stuff when she posted a bunch of pics from her grandmother MJ‘s surprise 86th birthday party on Friday, […]

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Coronavirus leads to mass hunger, killing 10,000 children a month, UN warns

The coronavirus and restrictions that have coincided with the pandemic are pushing millions around the globe to the brink of starvation. Coronavirus-related starvation is leading to the death of 10,000 children a month, 50 percent of which are in Sub-Sahara Africa, according to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). An additional 550,000 children a month […]

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Andrew Yang: Economic uncertainty is a ‘crisis on top of another crisis’

Millions of Americans are facing an economic nightmare as weekly checks meant to help people survive the coronavirus pandemic are set to run out. CNN’s Andrew Yang tells Wolf Blitzer the potential loss of health insurance and employment during a global pandemic is "an enormous crisis on top of another crisis." #CNN #News

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Alex Aiono Warns Us To ‘Learn From Past Mistakes’ & ‘Show Up’ In The 2020 Election: ‘It’s Imperative’

Alex Aiono isn’t afraid to speak out to his audience of millions about the importance of voting, especially in the upcoming election. He reveals to HL why it is essential to vote. Multi-hyphenate Alex Aiono, whose debut album drops Friday, has made it his mission to inspire his young millennial audience to get out to […]

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Megan Fox Admits She ‘Felt’ Something For MGK The Moment They Met: He’s My ‘Twin Flame’

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly delighted their millions of fans when the hot new couple gave their first interview together! Details please! Megan Fox and MGK, arguably one of the most talked about couples over the past couple of months, sat down with Lala Kent on her podcast Give Them Lala on Wednesday, July […]

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End of $600 Unemployment Bonus Could Push Millions Past the Brink

When millions of Americans began losing their jobs in March, the federal government stepped in with a life preserver: $600 a week in extra unemployment benefits to allow workers to pay rent and buy groceries, and to cushion the economy. With economic conditions again deteriorating, that life preserver will disappear within days if Congress doesn’t […]

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Beachfront homes in Australia evacuated ‘indefinitely’ after ‘erosion crisis’ threatens collapse

Beachfront homes in Australia worth millions were ordered to evacuate on Monday after a coastal storm triggered massive waves that eroded away cliffs. A total of 18 homes were evacuated in Wamberal on Australia’s Central Coast after the shoreline was severely eroded by the storm that brought nearly 40-foot waves to the coast. Two houses have […]

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How ‘The Real’ Hosts Truly Feel About Tamera Mowry’s Exit After Processing Her Departure

Tamera Mowry shocked millions of people when she announced her sudden departure from ‘The Real’ after being with the show for many years. So long, farewell. Tamera Mowry, 42, is moving onto other things that won’t involve her sitting as a panel member on the Daytime Emmy-winning series The Real. Such a move would usually […]

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Ahmaud Arbery: 5 Things To Know About Jogger Shot By Father & Son Pleading Not Guilty To Murder

The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery has been called a ‘modern lynching,’ and millions – including LeBron James, Justin Bieber, and Joe Biden – are demanding justice. Here’s what you need to know. UPDATE (7/17/2020, 12:30 PM ET): Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan have all pleaded not guilty to the counts against them. […]

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Joe Biden Gets Help From Big Names Writing Huge Checks

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. raised tens of millions of dollars in the last three months from major donors who gave more than $100,000, relying on some of the Democratic Party’s deepest pockets to sharply shrink President Trump’s financial advantage, according to new federal filings. Mr. Biden’s biggest benefactors in the second quarter […]

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Tesla wins $15 million in tax breaks for Texas Cybertruck factory

Texas officials are ready to give Tesla millions of dollars in tax breaks to build its next factory in the Austin area. Commissioners in Travis County voted Tuesday to give Elon Musk’s electric-car maker at least $14.7 million in property tax rebates if it spends at least $1.1 billion on the proposed plant near the […]

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Chinese companies with US subsidiaries got coronavirus stimulus funds, report says

Multiple subsidiaries of Chinese companies based in the U.S. have received millions in coronavirus relief loans, according to data from the U.S. Treasury Department. The bailout loans, paid out through the Paycheck Protection Program under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, were intended to help small businesses financially impacted by the pandemic. Chinese troops […]

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Banks set aside billions, bracing for more economic pain

By Ken Sweet, The Associated Press With tens of millions of Americans out of work and many businesses shut down or operating under restrictions due to the coronavirus, three of the nation’s biggest banks set aside nearly $30 billion in the second quarter to cover potentially bad loans that were fine only a few months […]

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T.I & Tiny: Look Back At Their Cutest Moments To Celebrate Her 45th Birthday

T.I. and Tiny have provided their millions of fans with a ton of adorable moments as a couple over the years, and we’re looking back at the best of the best in honor of Tiny’s birthday. Hip-hop royalty at its finest. T.I., 39, and wife Tiny Harris, are one of the music industry’s beloved twosomes. […]

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‘Moving target’: Schools deal with new plans, Trump demands

With little more than a month before millions of U.S. schoolchildren go back to class, much is still up in the air – and not just because of the surging number of coronavirus cases nationwide. Last week, President Donald Trump and his administration demanded schools fully reopen right away, calling for new guidance from federal […]

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Thinking of Traveling in the U.S.? These States Have Travel Restrictions

Americans are planning millions of trips this summer within the United States, according to a forecast released by the AAA last month. But packing a face mask and hand sanitizer aren’t the only things these travelers need to consider, as a third of states have restrictions in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine […]

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US consumers reduced their borrowing by $18.3 billion in May

U.S. consumers reduced their borrowing for a third straight month May as the millions of jobs lost because of the coronavirus pandemic made households less eager to take on new debt By MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer July 8, 2020, 7:48 PM 2 min read WASHINGTON — U.S. consumers reduced their borrowing for a third […]

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Beirut Businessman Imprisoned by U.S. is Back Home

BEIRUT — A Lebanese businessman serving a five-year sentence in the United States for providing millions of dollars to Hezbollah, the militant group, arrived Wednesday in Beirut after his early release. The businessman, Kassim Tajideen, 64, was sentenced last year in a federal court in Washington for his role in a money laundering conspiracy aimed […]

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Kanye West? The Girl Scouts? Hedge funds? All got PPP loans

WASHINGTON — The government’s small business lending program has benefited millions of companies, with the goal of minimizing the number of layoffs Americans have suffered in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Yet the recipients include many you probably wouldn’t have expected. Kanye West’s clothing line. The sculptor Jeff Koons. Law firms and high-dollar hedge […]

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Prince Harry Seemingly Calls Out Royal Family With Meghan Markle: They Must ‘Right’ Their ‘Past Wrongs’

With millions protesting racial injustice, Prince Harry appeared to throw some shade at his royal family by saying they need to’ acknowledge’ its own colonial history. “When you look across the Commonwealth, there is no way that we can move forward unless we acknowledge the past,” Prince Harry, 35, said during a July 1 session […]

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After June Job Gains, Still a ‘Deep Hole,’ and New Worries

Employers brought back millions more workers in June as businesses began to reopen across the country. But the recent surge in coronavirus cases is threatening to stall the economic recovery long before it has reached most of the people who lost their jobs. U.S. payrolls grew by 4.8 million in June, the Labor Department said […]

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