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While the government's plan to restore the economy injects optimism about an eventual return to normalcy, it also comes with one rule many hoteliers fear could put them out of business: a hard cap of 50 people gathering in a room at any indoor event.
We must all push back on any implication that if we were to somehow solve police misconduct that the issue of black disenfranchisement will be solved.
The investment firm's CEO is taking on larger risks than his predecessor, betting acquisitions will boost profits.
No matter how much we might want to return to the Friendly Confines or the park we still think of as Comiskey, we aren't sure we can do it safely—yet.
The mayor hopes she can use victories on supervisor contracts as she works on the long-expired deal with rank-and-file cops.
The city Board of Elections expects more than 500,000 residents to apply for the remote vote in the November election. Look for the impact on campaigning—and on election night returns.
The airline will ask customers to certify that they have been free of COVID-19 symptoms for the previous 14 days.
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While the coronavirus pandemic has boosted the grocer’s business, the company had total debt of $8.7 billion as of its last fiscal year, according to its filings.
A brief filed to the Supreme Court said “the entire ACA thus must fall” because of a tax law change made by the Republican-controlled Congress in 2017.
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