Monday, July 6, 2020
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Coca-Cola pauses advertising on all social media platforms globally

Coca Cola on Friday announced it will be pausing advertising on all social media.The company clarified it was not joining the official boycott, but...

Disneyland delays its reopening date beyond July 17

Disney is delaying the opening of its California-based theme parks.On Wednesday, the company said its proposed phased opening of its two parks in Anaheim...

New York, New Jersey and Connecticut impose 14-day quarantine on travelers...

Travelers arriving to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut from regions with spiking Covid-19 infections rates will be subject to a 14-day quarantine, Gov....

Here’s everything Apple just announced: iOS 14 will give iPhones a...

Apple announced new software for its iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple TV and Apple Watch on Monday. It also said future Macs - including one...

Supreme Court rules against Trump’s bid to end program shielding ‘Dreamer’...

The Supreme Court ruled against President Donald Trump on Thursday in a set of cases over his effort to end the Obama-era immigration program...

Supreme Court rules workers can’t be fired for being gay or...

The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that workers cannot be fired for being gay or transgender in a major win for members of the...

Dow futures drop 300 points as Wall Street set to extend...

Stock futures fell in overnight trading on Sunday, pointing to more losses ahead, as investors grapple with signs of a second wave of coronavirus...

Starbucks to allow baristas to wear Black Lives Matter attire and...

Starbucks said Friday that the chain would allow workers to wear attire and accessories highlighting the Black Lives Matter movement, reversing its prior stance...

Asymptomatic spread of coronavirus is ‘very rare,’ WHO says

Read more: WHO walks back comments on asymptomatic coronavirus spread, says much is still unknown Coronavirus patients without symptoms aren't driving the spread of...

NFL condemns racism, admits ‘we were wrong’ not to listen to...

National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell admitted the league was "wrong" for failing to listen to players who protested social injustice, he said on...