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EU, UK Still At Loggerheads in Post-Brexit Negotiations

Police: Well-Coordinated Thieves Capitalize on Protest Chaos

With the deadline for a possible extension of the Brexit transition period looming, a fourth round of talks on a future trade deal between the European Union and the U.K. ended Fri...

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New Jobs Report Diminishes GOP Appetite for More Virus Aid

New Jobs Report Diminishes GOP Appetite for More Virus Aid

By Andrew Taylor | Jun 7
A stronger than expected jobs report could further scramble an already uncertain picture for passing a fifth and possibly final coronavirus aid bill.

Virus Exposes Sharp Economic Divide: College vs. Non-College

Virus Exposes Sharp Economic Divide: College vs. Non-College

By Josh Boak | Jun 6
For an American workforce under continuing threat from the coronavirus, the best protection might just be a college degree. But there's a widening line of inequality based on education.

AP Explains: Key Takeaways from A Surprising Jobs Report

AP Explains: Key Takeaways from A Surprising Jobs Report

By Josh Boak | Jun 6
Here are five major takeaways from a jobs report that showed the economy faring better than believed, even if the overall picture remains bleak, with many millions jobless and unemployment into double digits.

Liz Weston: Take Control Now with Advance Medical Directives

Liz Weston: Take Control Now with Advance Medical Directives

By Liz Weston, NerdWallet | Jun 6
A living will allows you to tell your loved ones and medical providers what kinds of medical care you want at the end of your life.

Trump Allows Commercial Fishing in Marine Conservation Area

Trump Allows Commercial Fishing in Marine Conservation Area

By Patrick Whittle and Ellen Knickmeyer | Jun 6
President Donald Trump rolled back protections Friday at a marine conservation area off the New England coast, signing an order to allow commercial fishing in an area critical for fragile marine life.

U.S. Consumers Shunned Borrowing in April As Economy Shut Down

U.S. Consumers Shunned Borrowing in April As Economy Shut Down

By Martin Crutsinger | Jun 6
U.S. consumer borrowing plunged in April as households fretted about the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic and cut back on their use of credit.

EU, UK Still At Loggerheads in Post-Brexit Negotiations

EU, UK Still At Loggerheads in Post-Brexit Negotiations

Jun 5
With the deadline for a possible extension of the Brexit transition period looming, a fourth round of talks on a future trade deal between the European Union and the U.K. ended Friday without result.

AP Fact Check: Trump Skews History by Saying He Fired Mattis

AP Fact Check: Trump Skews History by Saying He Fired Mattis

By Hope Yen and Calvin Woodward | Jun 5
Trump now claims he fired Mattis, says President Barack Obama did the same and takes credit for nicknaming him Mad Dog Mattis. None of that is true.

Despite Reopening, Some Jobs Lost to Virus Are Gone for Good

Despite Reopening, Some Jobs Lost to Virus Are Gone for Good

By Angela Charlton and Tassanee Vejpongsa | Jun 5
Factories and stores are reopening, economies are reawakening — but many jobs just aren't coming back.

Following Mattis: More in the GOP Frown on Trump's Tone

Following Mattis: More in the GOP Frown on Trump's Tone

By Laurie Kellman | Jun 5
Donald Trump's inability to unify the nation at a time of unrest is testing his uneasy alliance with mainstream Republicans, some emboldened by Gen. James Mattis' plea for a leader who lives up to U.S. ideals.

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