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'I can't afford tuition': College students face financial strains, health concerns from pandemic ahead of fall semester
Millions of college students are grappling with financial challenges and health fears as they decide whether to return to universities this fall as coronavirus outbreaks spike.
Simon reportedly in talks with Amazon to convert former Sears, JCPenney stores into distribution centers
Will Amazon open distribution centers at Simon malls? Simon Property Group is in talks to convert empty Sears and J.C. Penney stores, reports say.      
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This classic Longchamp bag is deeply discounted for Nordstrom's Anniversary Sale
Thanks to the Nordstrom Anniversary sale, shoppers can nab the Longchamp Le Pliage expandable tote bag at close to 40% off—find out more.       
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Don't eat that sausage and bratwurst in your freezer before you check this USDA health alert
The USDA issued a health alert saying a Kentucky company produced sausage products that may be contaminated with listeria, a disease-causing bacteria.
Biden campaign ad spills beans on GM's secret Corvette plans
Joe Biden takes his Corvette convertible for a spin and touts electric cars, revealing GM's future product plans.
Dollar Tree, Family Dollar reverse mask policy again. Now requiring customers wear masks amid COVID-19.
Dollar Tree and Family Dollar have reversed course again use of masks during the coronavirus pandemic. Both retailers now require shoppers wear masks.
Road trip! Turn your pickup into a camper with this $20,000 attachment
You can attach it to the Ford F-150, Toyota Tundra and others. Prices start at $19,980.
COVID-19 thrown a wrench into retirement planning? Don't panic.
COVID-19 may have messed up your retirement planning, but there are things you can do to catch up to your goals.
'An administrative nightmare': Trump's executive order is a scramble for unemployment aid
It's unclear if Trump has the authority to extend unemployment benefits by executive order while side-stepping Congress.       
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Trump extends unemployment benefits through executive order but cuts aid to $400 per week: What we know
Through a series of executive orders, President Trump is providing unemployment aid, suspending student loan payment and cutting payroll taxes.       
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Brewing in America: The nation's craft beer industry has a diversity problem but it's trying to fix it
Less than 1% or 60 of the nation's 8,000 breweries are owned by Black people. The Black is Beautiful beer project is looking to remove barriers.       
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Nordstrom shoppers are crazy about these cozy pajamas—and they're on sale
Shop the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale to save big on these lightweight and comfy Moonlight pajamas—find out more.       
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Yes, but how do kids feel about a TikTok ban?
The proposed ban on TikTok and WeChat are set to take place on September 20, if the bans hold up to court challenges       
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A bourbon with no alcohol? Spiritless, a female-led distillery, is launching in Louisville
Spiritless' Kentucky 74 is a reverse-distilled drink that looks, feels and tastes like bourbon. Only it's not.       
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2020 Buick Encore GX small SUV completes the brand's transformation
How many sizes and types of SUV do people want? Judging by Buick's Encore GX, the answer is "at least one more."       
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