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#Goyaway: Calls To Boycott Goya Foods After CEO Praises President Trump

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Speaking at the White House Thursday, the CEO of Goya Foods praised the president as a "builder."

Foreign Journalists Working For U.S. Government Broadcasters May Lose Visas

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The agency, which oversees international media such as Voice of America, is examining visa renewals "case-by-case." Denial could mean expulsion from the U.S. and a return to hostile home countries.

Starbucks Says Customers Must Wear Masks At Its Cafes

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Several states already require people to wear masks in public spaces like coffee shops to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but many still have no such requirement.

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Black Lives Matter Gets Indians Talking About Skin Lightening And Colorism

The American call for racial justice has led to a heated debate over attitudes about skin tones — and caused some lightening creams, like "Fair & Lovely" from Unilever, to change their name.

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Cameo Celebrity App: Will Birthday Wishes From Snoop Dogg Mean A Big Investor Payday?

Cameo has become one of the fastest-growing tech startups by letting anyone pay for birthday wishes and other greetings recorded by celebrities and influencers. But will its Silicon Valley hype last?

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Biden Counters Trump's 'America First' With 'Build Back Better' Economic Plan

The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee's proposal would inject $700 billion into the economy through American products and research.

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U.S. Broadcasting Agency Will Not Extend Visas For Its Foreign Journalists

Dozens of foreign nationals working in the U.S. for Voice of America may have to leave the country, putting some at risk of retribution from their nations' governments.

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'Devastated': As Layoffs Keep Coming, Hopes Fade That Jobs Will Return Quickly

"What we're seeing now is that lots more people who are unemployed are going to be unemployed for a longer period of time," economist Nick Bunker says.

Business | Election | Economy

The Economy May Be Losing Its Impact On Presidential Elections

Conventional wisdom (and some logic) says that a bad economy will hurt President Trump in November. But growing polarization may be severing the tie between economic health and voters' choices.

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Data Raises Questions About Who Benefited From PPP Loans

The government's Paycheck Protection Program was intended to help small businesses during the pandemic keep workers on staff. But a lot of the recipients weren't exactly small businesses.

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United Airlines Tells 36,000 Employees They Might Lose Their Jobs

Bookings are down and cancellations rise with a surge in new COVID-19 cases; "gut punch" of furloughs coming in October when federal Coronavirus relief funding runs out

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Report Slams Facebook For 'Vexing And Heartbreaking Decisions' On Free Speech

A two-year investigation concludes the social network's leaders made decisions that were "significant setbacks for civil rights."

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New Yorkers Look To Suburbs And Beyond. Other City Dwellers May Be Next

Now that so many are working from home, more people are considering moving out of the city. The pandemic has sent enough New Yorkers to the exits to shake up the area's housing market.