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Ford rejects workers' suggestion it stop making police vehicles
Nation's second-largest automaker won't give up its status as top seller of transportation for law enforcement.
After lobbying, Catholic Church won $1.4 billion in virus aid
The Catholic Church used an unprecedented exemption to amass at least $1.4 billion in taxpayer-backed aid.
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Online retailer Shein slammed for selling swastika necklace
The company said the necklaces were meant to symbolize "spirituality and good fortune."
Claim accuses Tyson, JBS of racial discrimination during COVID outbreaks
Labor groups allege the meatpacking companies failed to protect workers in a civil rights complaint lodged with USDA.
Starbucks to require customer face masks July 15
In the absence of a national mandate, Starbucks will require that everyone mask up or else have their coffee delivered.
Americans face testing delays as virus surges: "A hot mess"
Some Americans are going at least a week without receiving a diagnosis as demand rises for COVID-19 testing.
2.3 million Americans sought jobless aid last week
Some 1.3 million Americans filed for unemployment assistance last week, and another 1 million put in for self-employed aid.
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Brooks Brothers to see how bankruptcy suits it
The 202-year-old men's clothier, slow to attract younger customers, finally pushed into bankruptcy court by pandemic.
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Florida man fired after mask meltdown at Costco
Man's videotaped tirade after being asked to follow public health requirement at store ultimately costs him his job.
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