- BusinessUSA TODAY
J.C. Penney on Thursday revealed its initial list of 154 stores to close permanently in bankruptcy. Liquidation sales could begin within a week.
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Attorney General William Barr said Thursday that it was “entirely appropriate” to forcibly remove protesters from the area surrounding the White House ahead of President Trump’s seemingly impromptu photo opportunity in front of St. John’s Church.
Doctors Are Worried About the Unprecedented Drop in Emergency Room Visits During the COVID-19 Pandemic
An unprecedented drop in emergency room visits has experts concerned that Americans aren't seeking needed treatment
- THE STATE OF VIRTUAL CARE IN THE US: The coronavirus is pushing telehealth into the mainstream — here's how traditional healthcare players are using it to retain business now and where the market is headedBusiness Insider
- Forbes, Rocket Mortgage By Quicken Loans Launch 'Under 30 Detroit Hackathon': 'Regroup, Reset And Reimagine'Benzinga
Amber Riley Says She Doesn’t “Give a S—t” About Lea Michele Accusations: “People Are Out Here Dying”
During an Instagram Live, Amber Riley said she "doesn't give a s--t" about accusations against her former Glee co-star Lea Michele: "People are out here dying"
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The will of Baskin's missing husband is "100 percent a forgery," Hillsborough County, Fla., Sheriff Chad Chronister says.
A dying Ponzi king Bernard Madoff lost his bid for early release from prison Thursday when the judge who sentenced him to 150 years behind bars said he intended for him to die there and nothing has happened in the last 11 years to change his mind. Judge Denny Chin, who now sits on the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, noted the continuing suffering of Madoff's thousands of victims who lost $17.5 billion when a decades-long scheme that deceived them into thinking their money was invested properly was exposed in December 2008. The judge said he'd reviewed public statements made by Madoff, 82, and found they “show that he has never fully accepted responsibility for his actions and that he even faults his victims.”
Jake Paul, a high-profile YouTube creator and digital influencer, was charged by police in Scottsdale, Ariz., with criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly after he was identified among a crowd of looters at a local mall Sunday. "In our continued investigation it was confirmed that Jake Paul was in attendance & remained inside after an unlawful […]