Amazon plans event to jump-start summer sales

Fox Business Flash top headlines for June 2 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Amazon hasn’t announced a date for this year’s Prime Day, but the online mega-retailer is planning another big shopping event this month. Continue Reading Below “The Big Style Sale” will take place sometime later this month and “include seasonally-relevant […]

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US Space Force on George Floyd death: ‘Racism is an enemy’

George Floyd riots happening after ‘400 years of oppression’: Investment manager CEO Advent Capital president Tracy Maitland weighs in as to what should happen next to seek justice for George Floyd’s death and what the business world’s role should be. The United States Space Force in a memo Tuesday spoke on the death of George Floyd, which has sparked protests […]

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Joe Biden Wins the Indiana Primary: Campaign Update

Joe Biden won the Democratic presidential primary in Indiana primary on Tuesday, cementing his status as the party’s presumed nominee, the Associated Press reported. With 13% of the precincts reporting, Biden had 82%, and none of the other Democrats on the ballot, all of whom have since dropped out, had met the 15% viability threshold. If he sweeps Indiana, will […]

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Gilead developing inhaled remdesivir usable outside of hospitals

Gilead Sciences is developing easier-to-administer versions of its antiviral treatment remdesivir for COVID-19 that could be used outside of hospitals, including ones that can be inhaled, after trials showed moderate effectiveness for the drug given by infusion. Remdesivir is the only drug so far that has been shown to help patients with COVID-19, but Gilead and other companies are looking […]

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NYPD Failed to Control Crime Monday, Cuomo Says: Protest Update

The New York Police Department was “not effective at doing their jobs” Monday night, Governor Andrew Cuomo said, after a night of looting in midtown Manhattan. The city had 8,000 officers on the streets and an 11 p.m. curfew, and “obviously it wasn’t enough,” Cuomo said Tuesday at a press briefing. The city of more than 8 million initially had […]

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Pentagon Distances Its Leaders From Trump’s Threat to Use Military

Pentagon officials distanced themselves from President Donald Trump’s warning that he could use active-duty military forces to clamp down on protests around the country, saying that it would be better to rely on National Guard for law enforcement where needed. That appeared to be a rejoinder to Trump’s statement in the Rose Garden on Monday that he could deploy the […]

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They Are Who We Thought They Were

The protests began in the days following George Floyd’s death last Monday. They raged over one of the most chaotic, inspiring, and horrifying weekends in this country’s history. They will continue into this week. The demonstrations in which millions have flooded the streets of cities across the nation to protest police brutality represent a display of civil unrest unlike anything […]

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WGN America Announces Team Of Anchors, Correspondents For News Nation

News Nation, the three-hour prime-time block of live news debuting September 1 on WGN America, has set its on-air talent lineup. Anchoring weeknight broadcasts from 8PM to 11PM will be Joe Donlon and Marni Hughes, accompanied by breaking news anchor Rob Nelson and chief meteorologist Albert Ramon. All bring considerable experience in various local markets — Donlon at WGN in […]

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