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“This is going to be the new normal from now on and you’re going to have to train security guards and police officers to deal with this,” one expert said.
As Protests Rage In Multiple U.S. Cities, Don Lemon Goes After Trump: “Nobody Wants To Hear From The White House Right Now”
Large-scale protests again broke out in Minneapolis and (newly) New York's Union Square on Thursday in response to he death of George Floyd, a black man who was seen on video pinned at the neck by a white police officer screaming "I can't breathe!" Floyd later died. Local officials sought to calm the unrest at […]
There’s only one generation in U.S. history that’s considered to be more unlucky than the ‘Lost Generation’
It's hard out there for a millennial. In fact, the Washington Post, citing a series of economic haymakers and the struggles that come with them, calls the group born between 1981 and 1996 “the unluckiest generation in U.S. history. Yes, even unluckier than members of the “Lost Generation,” who reached adulthood near the end of World War I and were left to pick up the pieces as they entered the “Roaring Twenties.
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Nordstrom is permanently closing 16 stores because of the impact of COVID-19. Sales at Nordstrom were down 40%, according to the retailer's earnings.
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Will the economy snapback in the third quarter?
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Jimmy Fallon has issued an apology after a video surfaced of him wearing blackface while impersonating Chris Rock on "Saturday Night Live" in 2000.
- BusinessInside Edition CBS
As the US passes the horrific milestone of 100,000 dead from COVID, more grim numbers are being released today. 2.1 million Americans were added to the unemployment rolls last week, bringing the total number of jobs lost during the pandemic to 40 million, or one in every four American workers. Inside Edition spoke to four women who say they were among 4,000 Weight Watchers employees fired over a 3-minute Zoom call last week.