Coronavirus — COVID-19

Claiming he can “override” governors who dare to keep churches closed. Asserting the “absolute authority” to force states to reopen. Threatening to shut down Twitter for flagging false content.

The moves further dampen hopes for a treatment that has been consistently and loudly touted by Trump as a gamechanger.

That's up from just 13 states in the prior week that showed increases.

Hundreds of millions of dollars paid out in fake claims, much of it apparently going to a West African fraud ring using identities stolen in prior data breaches.

Stocks

The top two dollar store chains benefited from a surge in demand for affordable groceries and household essentials amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The British drugmaker said it was in talks with governments to back the manufacturing expansion of the boosters, or adjuvants, that would help to scale up production of future vaccines…

The world's largest online retailer plans to offer permanent jobs to about 70% of the U.S. workforce it has hired temporarily to meet consumer demand during the coronavirus pandemic.

Tensions continue to flare in Hong Kong over Beijing's effort to exert more control, but markets continue to look for a global economic rebound.

Markets

Tensions continue to flare in Hong Kong over Beijing's effort to exert more control, but markets continue to look for a global economic rebound.

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Four officers have been dismissed, but no one has yet been charged in the death of George Floyd, 46, an unarmed black man.

Thousands are protesting against Beijing’s plan to impose national security laws on Hong Kong, in a return to the unrest of last year.

It's the Trump administration's latest move to pull the US from a major global treaty, as it says Russia has repeatedly violated the agreement.

Inspector General Steve Linick had been investigating Trump’s false declaration of a national emergency in 2019 that cleared the way for $8 billion in military sales, mostly to Saudi Arabia.

Contributor Commentary

AT&T WarnerMedia and Comcast NBC Universal are taking the industry in new directions. They will continue to transform and to grow separating themselves from competitors of yesterday.

In a time of unprecedented money printing by the Fed, it's worth considering precious metals like gold which can't be created out of thin air.

Huawei just concluded its annual summit where trending issues of information technology were discussed.

It may not come automatically, but while you're spending more time at home, there are ways to use that time more effectively.