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Hurricane Sally power outages top 540,000 in Alabama, Florida and Georgia
Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses are without power Thursday after Hurricane Sally knocked out power across the ...
Varney: Socialists increasingly call the shots in the Democratic Party
The far left is seizing an opportunity. The polls are tightening in President Trump's favor, and they blame what they see as ...
CDC report that dining out risks COVID-19 transmission based on 'false assumptions': industry
The CDC's recent report that dining out poses a risk for COVID-19 transmission has set off a clash with the flailing industry ...
Google receives $25M tax break from Nevada to build facility
Nevada state officials announced that Google will receive more than $25 million in tax breaks after pledging an additional ...
Another 860,000 Americans filed for unemployment aid last week
The latest jobless claims figures from the Labor Department, which cover the week ending Sept. 12, show that 860,000 workers ...
Tesla shares recharged by Chinese demand for Model 3
Model 3 sales in the world's second-largest economy, expected to represent 40% or more of global electric-vehicle sales by ...
Stock futures trade mostly lower as selling continues
U.S. equity futures are trading mixed heading into the final trading day of the week. Dow futures are suggesting a decline of ...
High-tax states need to get ‘creative’ to lure back wealthy residents, expert says
As New Jersey approved a budget containing a tax hike on its resident millionaires Thursday, one real estate expert warned ...
Gold prices set to soar as Fed signals years of low interest rates
Gold prices are set to spring higher after more than a month of moving sideways, according to one analyst. Drivers include a ...
Analysts estimate 15% of TikTok users will be first-time voters as details emerge from negotiations
New analysis of public data estimate that 15% of all TikTok users will be first-time voters, a sizable chunk of the apps 100 ...
California paid leave law among nation's broadest
A new law in California lets more people than almost anywhere else in the country take up to three months off from work to ...
Facebook sets new rules for workplace communication to ease social, political debates
Zuckerberg said the guidelines would help to ensure that employees, especially the company’s Black community, felt supported.