A police officer patrols a deserted Red Square during the pandemic of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Valery Sharifulin Russia has rejected international criticism and skepticism toward its coronavirus vaccine, saying that it’s safe and that it works. Russia announced Tuesday that its vaccine had been approved by its health regulators, making it the first coronavirus
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New Hampshire’s governor said New Yorkers are pouring into the state due to high taxes and fear for their safety amid the Covid-19 crisis. “We’re booming,” New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu told CNBC. “People are coming from all across the country, especially in the Northeast. You’re in New York, you have a mayor who doesn’t
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Alaina Lattin and her family Alaina Lattin was served an eviction notice last month at her home in Conroe, Texas. “It was a very loud banging,” Lattin, 32, said. “They just kept screaming, ‘Leasing office! Leasing office!'” Now, the single mother is worried that she and her four children will become homeless.  Lattin is one
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Federal Realty Investment Trust CEO Don Wood in an appearance on CNBC Tuesday explained the shopping mall operator’s decision to increase its dividend as the retail industry continues to grapple with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Federal Realty, which boasts a shopping center portfolio that ranks among the best in the country, announced that
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By Randy Rieland, Next Avenue Contributor getty Not everyone who cares for a family member or friend with dementia or a chronic medical condition joins a support group. In fact, most don’t. But people who do, often have made deep connections with those with whom they’ve shared the confusion, frustration and even the anger they
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Angel Gurria, General Secretary of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development … [+] (OECD), gestures as he presents the OECD Economic Outlook at the OECD headquarters in Paris on May 21, 2019. – Global trade tensions and political uncertainty are weighing on the world’s economy, the OECD warned on May 21, 2019, cutting its
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Russia said it will produce thousands of coronavirus vaccines per month before the end of the year. Carol Smiljan | NurPhoto | Getty Images Scientists and public health officials are skeptical about Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s claim that the country’s potential vaccine for the coronavirus “works quite effectively,” saying Tuesday that the vaccine still needs critical testing to
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