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Germany is at the forefront of a global movement of anti-vaxxers obsessed with Bill Gates and it could mean the coronavirus is never defeated
Anti-vaxxers, conspiracy theorists, and extremists with different political views have united to voice their anger at Germany's coronavirus measures.
The top three best US cities for veterans to call home, according to factors like economy and employment, are Tampa, Austin, and Orlando.
An H-1B visa allows foreign workers to live in the U.S. with sponsorship from an employer. Here's what to do if you recently lost your employer.
The coronavirus triggered 'sudden and devastating unemployment' among nannies, most of whom are women of color and their families' primary wage earners
About 95% of nannies are paid off the books, which makes them ineligible for unemployment insurance, stimulus checks, and other government benefits.
THE SVOD SHAKEOUT REPORT: A massive media shakeout is on the horizon — here are the key trends, players, and how we think it will play out
This report predicts how major services will fare in the streaming wars, including Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO Max, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu.
These 7 huge games are coming to the PlayStation 5 and next-gen Xbox at launch, from 'Madden' to 'Fortnite'
The PlayStation 5 and next-gen Xbox are scheduled to arrive this holiday, and they're going to arrive with a whole bunch of major new games.
UBS lays out market strategies for all 3 economic-reopening scenarios, from a successful recovery to a COVID-19 resurgence
If the US economic rebound fails, gold and inflation-protected Treasurys offer investors safety amid a prolonged recession, the bank said.
What the CDC guidelines for reopening schools recommend, including mask wearing and closing playgrounds
The CDC encourages school leaders, teachers, and parents to consider taking precautions like staggering drop-offs and disinfecting any shared toys.
COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on nurses —?here's how we can be there for them, just as they've been here for us
Maureen White is the chief nursing officer at Northwell Health, which has treated the most COVID-19 patients in the US.
Trump just declared houses of worship essential. Mounting evidence shows they're super-spreader hotspots.
Trump says in-person religious services are essential. But evidence shows they can be hotbeds for coronavirus spread.
One of the most influential people in fashion hinted that the coronavirus pandemic could end the era of inexpensive, disposable fashion popularized by Forever 21 and H&M
"I think everybody is rethinking what fashion stands for, what it means, what it should be."
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This $5 million 'yacht extender' is a place to park your helicopter, SUV, submarine, and everything else that can't fit on your main yacht
A Dutch company has developed a yacht that follows your bigger yacht, while carrying your other boats.
XpresSpa, the airport spa and wellness company, will pilot a coronavirus testing program at JFK Airport in New York, and is working to expand further.
Biden slams Trump in new campaign ad for playing golf over Memorial Day weekend as 'nearly 100,000 Americans have died'
"The death toll is still rising. The president is playing golf," the new Biden campaign ad said alongside footage of Trump at his course in Virginia.
Sweden's former health chief says the country's coronavirus strategy 'hasn't been the smartest' and it should've spent at least a month locked down
Former state epidemiologist Annika Linde said in an interview with Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter that the country should've had a lockdown.
Unauthorized immigrants who work on America's farms have been deemed 'essential,' but they say they feel expendable
One worker, Carmelita, says she's been working illegally in the country for 13 years picking strawberries, and doesn't feel very "essential."
Amazon has opened a homeless shelter in a high-rise on its Seattle campus —?here's what it looks like
Amazon opened the largest family shelter in Washington state in March. It provides enough space for social distancing among guests.
'The governor is a servant of the state. I am a servant of God': 3 pastors defend why they're leading the charge to reopen churches
Churches will follow "all appropriate safety precautions recommended by the CDC," an attorney said, "just as Costco and Walmart are required to do."