Public Storage only bidder left for National Storage with $1.25 billion bid
U.S.-based Public Storage emerged on Friday as the likely buyer of Australia's largest self-storage operator National Storage REIT with its current A$1.89 billion offer, after...
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What Would Happen If U.S. Schools Close Because Of Coronavirus?
Closures could mitigate contagion but would hurt workers and the economy.
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Multiple people killed in Milwaukee Molson Coors mass shooting, first U.S. trial for coronavirus treatment begins, and grandfather to change plea to guilty in toddler's cruise...
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Coronavirus patient could be first case of ‘community spread' in U.S., police search for answers in deadly Milwaukee brewery mass shooting, and 2020 Democrats fight to the...
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States ramp up virus preparations, try to reassure public
As worries about the new coronavirus grow in the U.S., state officials are ramping up efforts to prepare for a possible outbreak while simultaneously trying to assure the...
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U.S. could see some empty shelves by mid-April if coronavirus epidemic worsens
Production bottlenecks could cause some bare shelves at brick-and-mortar retailers within 60 to 90 days, retail analysts warn.
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Federal Workers Were Sent to Help U.S. Coronavirus Evacuees Without Proper Protection, Whistleblower Says
ºWASHINGTON) - A government whistleblower has filed a complaint alleging that some federal workers did not have the necessary protective gear or training when they were...
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Bernie Sanders, U.S. senator from Vermont, is a political independent who caucuses with the Democrats. He is running for president for the second time.
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California faces exoduses as housing crisis grows
Census data shows approximately 691,000 people moved from California to another U.S. state in 2018.
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Korean Air says it will not allow passengers with fever to fly to U.S
SEOUL - Korean Air Lines Co Ltd said on Friday it plans to check temperatures of passengers traveling to the United States before boarding and would not allow anyone with a...
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Kansas sheriff's office offers to test your meth for coronavirus
A Kansas sheriff's office has a funny way of getting meth off the streets.
Congress approves making lynching a federal hate crime, bill heads to...
The bill comes 120 years after Congress first considered anti-lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated.
Obama sends cease-and-desist letter to Republican super PAC over Biden ad
The ad was made by The Committee to Defend the President, a super PAC that works to help President Donald Trump and hurt his Democratic rivals.
Actor Steven Seagal charged with failing to disclose payments
The SEC accused the actor of failing to disclose he was promised $250,000 in cash and $750,000 worth of cryptocurrency.
High school closed in Washington state over coronavirus concerns
"These steps are being taken out of an abundance of caution,” the superintendent said.
Ryan records hat trick as Ottawa beats Canucks 5-2
OTTAWA, Ontario - Bobby Ryan recorded a hat trick in his first home game in more than three months, leading the Ottawa Senators to a 5-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks on...
Ex-Baltimore Mayor To Be Sentenced For 'Healthy Holly' Children's Book Scheme
Former Mayor Catherine Pugh pleaded guilty to federal fraud, tax and conspiracy charges last year involving sales of her self-publishedchildren's books.
Panera Bread launches monthly coffee subscription program that offers...
The unlimited coffee subscription costs just $8.99 a month.
Video: Police chief identifies Miller brewery shooting victims
Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales identified the five victims killed Wednesday at Molson Coors.
Stock market plummets for third time this week; on pace for worst week since...
U.S. stocks faced another sharp selloff on Thursday as worries about coronavirus mounted.