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  1. A theater displays a closed sign during the global outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Los Angeles

    Los Angeles announces 'hard pause' on movie theater reopenings in biggest U.S market

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Monday announced he was taking a "hard pause" on when movie theaters in the city can reopen, citing an increase ...
  2. Dozens of grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft are seen parked at Boeing Field in Seattle

    U.S senators introduce bill to reform aircraft certification after 737 MAX crashes

    U.S. lawmakers introduced a bipartisan bill on Tuesday that would reform aircraft certification following two fatal Boeing Co 737 MAX crashes, ...
  3. Walmart's logo is seen outside one of the stores in Chicago

    Walmart removes firearms, ammunition from floor display as protests rage in U.S

    Walmart Inc said on Wednesday it shifted firearms and ammunition out of sales floors of some U.S. stores amid nationwide protests over the death ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell  speaks in Washington

    With virus war still raging, Fed peers out of the foxhole

    The Federal Reserve has two core jobs assigned by Congress: Foster maximum employment and stable prices.
  5. FILE PHOTO: Automobile awards The golden steering wheel in Berlin

    Tesla CEO says bought ventilators in China for US

    Tesla bought hospital ventilators in China and shipped them to the United States, CEO Elon Musk said on Tuesday.
  6. FILE PHOTO:  Construction workers build a single family home in San Diego, California

    U.S housing market shows strength before coronavirus outbreak

    U.S. homebuilding fell less than expected in February as a plunge in the construction of multi-family housing units was blunted by a surge in ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: U.S. and EU flags are pictured during the visit of Vice President Pence to the European

    EU underscores desire to settle aircraft subsidy issue with U.S

    European Trade Commissioner Phil Hogan underscored the European Union's desire to negotiate a settlement to a dispute with the United States over ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Man holds the flags while people take part in the 35th India Day Parade in New York

    India clears accord on intellectual property rights with U.S

    India's cabinet on Wednesday approved a plan to sign an initial pact on intellectual property rights with the United States, a government minister ...
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    Singer Jimmy Osmond suffers stroke during UK pantomime performance

    U.S. pop singer Jimmy Osmond, who performed the chart-topping hit "Long-Haired Lover from Liverpool" as a child in 1972, has suffered a stroke and ...