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Kanishka Singh

Google postpones U.S. office reopening to September as virus cases spike

01 Jul 2020

Alphabet Inc's Google said late on Tuesday it was delaying the reopening of its U.S. offices by around two months because of a surge in the number of coronavirus cases in some states.

Shooting at California Walmart distribution center leaves two dead, four injured

28 Jun 2020

A shooting at a Walmart distribution center in Red Bluff, California, killed at least two people and injured four others late on Saturday, officials said. | Video

One dead, another injured in shooting at Jefferson Square Park in Louisville

28 Jun 2020

One person died and another was injured in a shooting late on Saturday in Louisville, Kentucky's Jefferson Square Park, which has become a center for protests against the police killing of a Black woman in her home in March.

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to axe Obamacare amid pandemic

26 Jun 2020

President Donald Trump's administration petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to invalidate the Obamacare law introduced by his predecessor that added millions to the healthcare safety net, seeking to scrap coverage during the novel coronavirus crisis. | Video

Chuck E. Cheese parent files for bankruptcy as COVID-19 deals fresh blow

25 Jun 2020

The parent company of Chuck E. Cheese, the once popular children-themed restaurant chain, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday, saddled by a huge pile of debt and dismal sales because of lockdowns across the country. | Video

Walmart to stop Mississippi flag display; reviews third party sales on Canada website

24 Jun 2020

Walmart said it will not display in its stores the flag of the U.S. state of Mississippi, which includes a Confederate flag emblem, and is separately reviewing if items sold on its website in Canada breached its terms after online outrage over "All Lives Matter" products on the site. | Video

Trump opposed to removing Theodore Roosevelt's statue from outside Museum of Natural History

23 Jun 2020

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he opposed removing the towering statue of Theodore Roosevelt from outside New York City's American Museum of Natural History. | Video

PG&E says bankruptcy court approves its Chapter 11 reorganization plan

22 Jun 2020

PG&E Corp said its Chapter 11 reorganization plan has been confirmed by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California, bringing the power provider one step closer to emerging from bankruptcy and participate in a state-backed wildfire fund.

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