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Survey: 60% of U.S. Restaurants Closed During Virus Lockdown Won’t Reopen

Sixty % of restaurants in the U.S that were closed during the coronavirus lockdown will not reopen, according to a Yelp survey..

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Posted in Alaska Barack Obama Donald Trump Economy Environment natural gas Politics

Alaska Gold and Copper Mine Project Moves Forward, Despite Environmentalist Objections

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released its final environmental impact statement on Friday which found gold and copper mining in Alaska “would not be…

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Trump’s DOI Announces Approval of Alaska Gas Pipeline Project

The Department of Interior (DOI) announced Thursday that it has approved the logistics for the Alaska Liquified Natural Gas Pipeline Project.

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Democrat AGs Want Courts to Stop President Trump’s Plan to Lease Public Lands for Coal Mining

President Donald Trump is trying to keep his promise to help the American coal industry, but Democrats in four states hope to thwart that effort…

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Conservatives Urge Goya ‘Buycott’ to Counter Hate for CEO Who Praised Trump

Goya Foods President and CEO Bob Unanue is not backing down from supporting President Trump, and support for his stance in growing.

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EEOC: Employers Can’t Make Employees Take Coronavirus Antibody Test, Violates ADA

The EEOC said on Wednesday that businesses can’t require their employees to take the coronavirus anti-body test because it violates the ADA.

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Toymaker Lego Asks Retailers to Pull Promos for Police, Firefighters, White House Figures

The Danish toymaker Lego has asked retailers to pull police action figures, police accessories, and the White House from store shelves.

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Ted Cruz, Mike Lee on Next Coronavirus Legislation: Recovery, Not Relief

Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee said tax cuts and deregulation are needed to help small businesses recover in the wake of coronavirus.

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Posted in AAA Mid-Atlantic coronavirus Economy gas prices Great Recession health Memorial Day travel Politics

AAA: Record-Low Number of Americans Traveling Memorial Day Weekend — but Gas Is Cheap

AAA Mid-Atlantic is not issuing a travel advisory for Memorial Day weekend for the first time in 20 years but predicts record-low numbers.

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Scores of Physicians Want Americans to Know the Truth about Coronavirus: Continued Lockdown Dangerous, Even Deadly

Physicians said on a conference call with reporters on Tuesday that the real threat is not a virus but the lack of access to health…

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777 Jumbo Jets Fly into History Books as Delta Grounds Fleet

Delta Air Lines is retiring its Boeing Co. 777 jumbo jets and replace them with Airbus SE aircraft — another victim of coronavirus.

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Posted in coronavirus Economy Governors health Politics Reopen America restaurants social distancing states' rights

Restaurants Across U.S. Put Reopening Plans in Place, From Mannequin Diners to Timers for Hand Washing

Restaurants across America are beginning to open up with new protocols and creative solutions that allow customers to dine safely.

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Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway Sells Full Slate of U.S. Airlines Investments

Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. has sold its entire holdings in U.S. airlines in the wake of the coronavirus….

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Americans Persevere amid Coronavirus Crisis Despite Left’s Efforts to Remake America

The American people have daily faced the grim realities of coronavirus, but leftists hope the disease will change America forever.

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Posted in coronavirus Economy health Iowa Politics pork producers processing plants U.S.D.A.

Iowa Pig Farmers Face Euthanizing Thousands of Animals as Supply Chain Stalls

The spread of coronavirus among workers at meat packing plants could mean pig farmers in Iowa have to destory thousands of animals.

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