Saturday June 6th, 2020 4:55AM
Asia Today: Most of 51 new SKorea cases linked to door sales
South Korea has reported 51 new cases of COVID-19, mostly in the densely populated capital region as authorities scramble to stem transmissions among low-income workers who can’t afford to stay home
2:42AM ( 1 hour ago )
By the numbers: Trump reads economic boom into jobs data
President Donald Trump has always been a big numbers guy
1:02AM ( 3 hours ago )
The Latest: India reports biggest single-day spike in cases
India has surpassed Italy as the sixth worst-hit by the coronavirus pandemic after another biggest single-day spike in confirmed infections
12:50AM ( 3 hours ago )
Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination
Joe Biden has formally clinched the Democratic presidential nomination, setting him up for a bruising challenge to President Donald Trump that will play out against the unprecedented backdrop of a pandemic, economic collapse and civil unrest
12:47AM ( 3 hours ago )
The Latest: China orders pangolin protection amid pandemic
China is giving its highest level of protection to the armadillo-like pangolin as part of its crackdown on the wildlife trade following the global coronavirus pandemic
11:10PM ( 5 hours ago )
Elway joins call for change after George Lloyd's killing
Denver Broncos general manager John Elway is adding his voice to calls for change in the aftermath of a black man's killing in Minnesota while in police custody
11:09PM ( 5 hours ago )
Forsyth County to close administration building early Friday for planned demonstration
With demonstrations being planned for the downtown Cumming area for the weekend, Forsyth County government officials announced the early closure of the county administration building on Friday, June 5.
12:24PM ( 1 day ago )
District 2 Public Health announces new schedule for COVID-19 testing
With the new month, District 2 Public Health has implemented a new schedule for specimen collection for COVID-19.
1:40PM ( 3 days ago )
Lanier Christian Academy plans Aug. 7 opening
Lanier Christian Academy, a private school in Hall County, has decided to open its campus on Aug. 7, 2020 for the school year.
11:15AM ( 3 days ago )
Submitted News Archive
Submitted News
The Latest: Beijing eases coronavirus pandemic restrictions
China's capital is lowering its emergency response level to the second-lowest starting Saturday for the coronavirus pandemic
10:04PM ( 6 hours ago )
Citing jobs, Trump claims victory over virus, econ collapse
President Donald Trump is effectively claiming victory over the economic crisis and COVID-19 — as well as major progress against racial inequality — heartily embracing a better than expected jobs report
9:56PM ( 6 hours ago )
The Latest: NM high court suspends consumer debt collection
The New Mexico Supreme Court is temporarily suspending consumer debt collection such as garnishing wages and seizing assets in response to the coronavirus pandemic and its related economic downturn
7:58PM ( 8 hours ago )
AP Business - Economy Archive
The Economy
Jordan giving $100 million for racial equality, justice
Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand are giving $100 million to organizations dedicated to promoting racial equality and social justice
7:17PM ( 8 hours ago )
Trump defies governor, heads to Maine where protesters await
Hundreds of President Donald Trump's supporters and opponents are lining the streets of Guilford, a tiny city in rural Maine where the president is stopping Friday to visit a company that makes specialized swabs for coronavirus testing
2:02PM ( 14 hours ago )
Trump heads to rural Maine but won't escape demonstrators
President Donald Trump is traveling to Maine to visit a company that makes specialized swabs for coronavirus testing
5:44AM ( 22 hours ago )
AP Business - Corporate News Archive
Corporate News
Farm-to-table dining takes on new meaning amid pandemic
Some food producers who supply everything from lobsters to vegetables are selling their products direct to consumers as a way to weather the coronavirus outbreak
8:57AM ( 1 day ago )
Patrons under plastic: Restaurants get creative in virus era
As coronavirus restrictions are eased, some restaurant owners are seeking to welcome back in-person dining, but in a way that adheres to social distancing rules while also trying to serve as many customers as health and safety rules allow
3:49AM ( 1 week ago )
AP Courtside: Who flushed? Phone arguments' unresolved issue
The Supreme Court has finished its first week of arguments by phone, with live audio available also for the first time
10:54PM ( 4 weeks ago )
AP Business - Consumer News Archive
Consumer News
Pilgrim’s Pride CEO among indicted for chicken price fixing
The CEO of Pilgrim’s Pride is one of four current and former chicken company executives who have been indicted on charges of price-fixing
6:39PM ( 2 days ago )
US food prices see historic jump and are likely to stay high
As if trips to the grocery store weren’t nerve-wracking enough, U.S. shoppers lately have seen the costs of meat, eggs and even potatoes soar as the coronavirus has disrupted processing plants and distribution networks
11:08AM ( 6 days ago )
The Latest: U.N. chief warns of historic levels of famine
The United Nations chief is warning world leaders that the COVID-19 pandemic will cause “unimaginable devastation and suffering around the world,” with historic levels of hunger and famine and up to 1.6 billion people unable to earn a living unless action is taken now
1:40PM ( 1 week ago )
AP Business - Poultry & Egg Archive
Poultry & Egg Industry
1.9 million seek jobless aid even as reopenings slow layoffs
Nearly 1.9 million people applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week, evidence that many employers are still cutting jobs even as the gradual reopening of businesses has slowed the pace of layoffs
10:31AM ( 1 day ago )