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    Will NFL consider Friday night games? Kamala Harris and other women politicians who broke barriers Stocks flirt with record high despite signs of slowdown Wall Street almost set a new record on Wednesday, a sign investors continue to believe in the underlying strength of the coronavirus-stricken economy.  © Brendan McDermid / REUTERS Traders work on the trading floor of the Amex Futures market at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York The market's continued rise has confounded some skeptics who believe the pandemic and resulting recession are likely to worsen.  "Despite sizeable interventions by monetary and fiscal policymakers, the economic data indicate that the recovery may be losing steam, as activities in many states are once again restricted,...
    Wall Street almost set a new record on Wednesday, a sign investors continue to believe in the underlying strength of the coronavirus-stricken economy.  The market's continued rise has confounded some skeptics who believe the pandemic and resulting recession are likely to worsen.  "Despite sizeable interventions by monetary and fiscal policymakers, the economic data indicate that the recovery may be losing steam, as activities in many states are once again restricted, officially or voluntarily, to slow the virus's spread," said Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren in a speech on Wednesday. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Economists at Bank of America also raised doubts about the recent pace of the economic rebound. "Economic activity has continued to recover...
    Florida has surpassed 500,000 coronavirus cases as the state reports record-high hospitalizations with more than 600 admission in a singe day. Though the state's cases were below 10,000 for the 11th day in a row, Florida officials reported an additional 5,409 cases on Wednesday to push the statewide total past 500,000.  Florida now has 502,739 infections, just second to California, which has more than 519,000 cases.  According to the Florida Department of Health, 225 new deaths were reported, bringing the total to 7,627. Florida's weekly death average is now 185 people per day, the largest rate on record.  According to the Florida Department of Health, 225 new deaths were reported, bringing the total to 7,627.  Florida has surpassed 500,000...
    A punishing and relentless heatwave is set to bake the US for weeks on end beginning this weekend until the end of July, with the historic ‘heat dome’ set to encapsulate more than 265 million Americans by next week. The heatwave is already getting underway in the South, with some areas – including Las Vegas and Phoenix - forecast to peak above a scintillating 110 degrees by Saturday. However, the surging summer heat will not just be limited to the south. Next week, the heat is set to move north and east, spreading 100-degree temperatures across the Ohio Valley and into the Mid-Atlantic, forecasts show. The National Weather Service is predicting that 75 or more record-high temperatures will either be...
    Florida health officials reported a new record in increased daily coronavirus cases Saturday, making it the third day this week a record was broken. The Department of Health reported over 9,600 new cases of COVID-19, surpassing Friday’s record high of nearly 9,000 cases. The state has reported more than 132,000 cases of coronavirus and nearly 4,000 deaths. In an attempt to stem the rapidly increasing number of new cases, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez said he would be closing all beaches in the county from July 3 to July 7. Miami-Dade has the highest rate of coronavirus cases in the state with more than 30,000 reported cases in the county. PENCE POSTPONES FLORIDA, ARIZONA CAMPAIGN EVENTS AMID INCREASE IN CORONAVIRUS CASES THERE...
    California has reached a record-high of more than 5,000 positive coronavirus tests in a single day, as cases surge among the San Quentin prison population and officials say a 'superspreader' infected at least 12 people at a large family gathering.  The state recorded its highest number of daily new COVID-19 cases throughout the entire pandemic Monday, with 5,019 infections in just 24 hours.  The concerning tally soared past the previous record of 4,515 new cases recorded on Saturday and has taken the US's second hardest-hit state up to 183,073 total infections.    Fears are mounting that the state could be on track for a 'second wave' of the killer virus as the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations steadily climbs while lockdown rules continue...