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Shoppers walk through the King of Prussia mall in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.Jennah Moon | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesAs consumer shopping habits change, America's shopping malls have anointed many saviors: food halls, movie theaters, gyms. Grocery stores could be next on the list. Simon Property Group, the largest mall...
Pan American Health Organization officials are holding a press conference to update the public on the coronavirus outbreak in the Americas. The U.S., Brazil and Mexico rank among the countries with the highest numbers of reported coronavirus cases across the globe, according to Johns Hopkins University. Carissa Etienne, director...
Kole Calhoun of the Los Angeles Angels gets douced with a cooler of Bodyarmor sports drink by Mike Trout #27 of the Los Angeles Angels after he singled in the game winning run against the Oakland Athletics at Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim, California.Jayne Kamin-Oncea | Getty...
The Lucid Air sedan is expected to go into production at a plant in Arizona in 2021.LucidThe first all-electric car from Lucid Motors is expected to set a new industry benchmark — and record — with more than 500 miles of range per charge, easily topping leading EVs from...
Somerville's Main Street on June 2. A sign posted to the lamp post from the Downtown Somerville Alliance advertises curbside pickup and takeout.Downtown Somerville AllianceThe pandemic is still raging on in the U.S., yet 64% of small business owners on Main Street are confident that they can survive...
Global cases of the coronavirus have now topped 20 million, even as many regions struggle to ramp up testing to capture the true scale of the global outbreak. In the U.S., daily new cases appear to be decreasing, though testing in several large states, including Texas, has also...
Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting focused on the support to the aviation industry and the air transportation at his country residence in Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow, on May 13, 2020.Alexey Nikolsky | AFP | Getty ImagesRussian President Vladimir Putin claimed Tuesday that Russia has developed the first coronavirus...
The Chinese government's efforts to tamp down speculation in property markets will mean that funds will flow to equities instead, allowing for more upside in onshore equities, an economist said on Tuesday."We think the liquidity will likely go to the equity market," said Zhiwei Zhang, president and chief...
A passion for eating permeates Istanbul, a city that famously straddles Europe and Asia, one whose cuisine has long been known for its variety and quality.In addition to the traditional purveyors of impeccable grilled fish and meats, intoxicating street food and famously fragrant desserts, several restaurants are taking...
This photo shows a woman walking past Marriott signage in Hangzhou in China's Zhejiang province.- | AFP | Getty ImagesU.S. hotel operator Marriott International posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss on Monday, as the coronavirus crisis curbed global travel and led to a plunge in room bookings.Marriott's shares, down...

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