Mnuchin Disputes Reports of Monthslong Lag<br> in Stimulus Payouts, Touting New Web Portal
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin at the daily virus briefing in Washington. Behind him at the Thursday session are President Donald Trump and Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
The Treasury secretary disputes earlier reports that it could take months to get stimulus money in the hands of folks who haven't used direct deposit in previous tax filings. A new web portal should help address that issue and get payments into people's hands sooner than even projected, he said. [Full Story]
Record 3.7M FBI Background Checks on Guns Last Month
The FBI's firearm background check system conducted a record number of checks last month, 3.7 million, the most since the system was put in place in 1998, HuffPost reported....... [Full Story]
Facebook to Hire 10K Workers by Year's End
In the wake of an economy crippled by the coronavirus pandemic, [Full Story] |
Trump Campaign Demands Sessions Stop Tying Himself To Trump
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign reportedly is demanding [Full Story]
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Ex-Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell Joins Newsmax TV
Bob McDonnell, the former Governor of Virginia, has joined Newsmax TV [Full Story]
Wall Street Soars as Oil Recovery Eclipses Jobless Claims
Wall Street bounced on Thursday as a recovery in oil prices [Full Story]
Rubio: True Total of Unemployed 'Actually Much Higher'
The true number of people unemployed nationwide is "actually much [Full Story]
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California Uses Climate Cash to Cut Power Bills During Pandemic
California regulators want to use money from the state's climate [Full Story]
Zoom Apologizes for Hacks Amid Online Surge During Pandemic
Videoconferencing app Zoom says it is boosting its focus on safety [Full Story]
Men: Try This, Never Take Viagra Again
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James Patterson Sets up Fund to Help Indie Booksellers
James Patterson has a history of helping independent bookstores. [Full Story]
Home Lenders Brace for Up to 15M Mortgage Defaults
Mortgage lenders are preparing for the biggest wave of delinquencies [Full Story]
Fed's Mester: US Unemployment Could Soar to 15%
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester said U.S. [Full Story]
Mortgage Rates Fall as Housing Market Grinds to Halt
U.S. mortgage rates fell for a second straight week, giving [Full Story]
Democrats to Postpone Convention to Week of Aug. 17
The Democratic National Committee has postponed its summer convention [Full Story]
Companies Brave Record Jobless Claims With Bold Bond Offerings
Even as the number of jobless claims soar, companies around the globe [Full Story]
Journalists Accuse Fox News of Spreading Virus Misinformation
A group of journalists and journalism professors have signed an open [Full Story]
Dairy Plants Dumping Unused Milk as Demand Dries
Many dairy processing plants across Wisconsin have more product than [Full Story]
George Stephanopoulos' Wife Has Coronavirus
The wife of ABC News journalist George Stephanopoulos announced [Full Story]
Landlords Squeezed Between Missed Rent, Overdue Loans
Many apartments in the U.S. are essentially small businesses that [Full Story]
FDA Wants Heartburn Meds Off the Market Immediately
U.S. health regulators are telling drugmakers to immediately pull [Full Story]
US Blocks Some Military-Use Exports to China
The Trump administration is tightening rules to prevent China from [Full Story]
Virus Seen Erasing $64B From Buffett's Berkshire Portfolio
The coronavirus pandemic may have erased around $64 billion of value from Warren Buffett's equity portfolio at Berkshire Hathaway Inc., setting up the conglomerate for one of the largest quarterly losses ever by an American company. [Full Story]
Why People Are Having a Hard Time Staying Apart
It's well known that human contact is beneficial to our health. The infamous Harry Harlow study on monkeys back in the 1950's, found that baby monkeys removed from the mothers suffered severe behavioral problems. Prisoners in solitary confinement have described their... [Full Story]
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