Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says he'd be willing to sell gasoline to Venezuela despite U.S. sanctions against the South American nation. López Obrador said Monday there's been no request, but he'd be willing to sell gasoline for humanitarian…
By Associated Press
On Sunday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo decried “rampant” violations of virus restrictions and threatened to reinstate business closings in areas where local governments failed to enforce the rules. Watch Monday's news conference here.
By Stan Choe, Associated Press
The S&P 500 was down 0.9% in midday trading, though it pared its loss through the morning after being down 2.5% earlier.
By Christopher Booker, Mori Rothman, Sam Weber
As parts of the country experience rises in COVID-19 cases, some early hotspots continue to see decreases in the daily number of new virus infections. New York City has started the first phase of reopening, allowing an estimated 400,000 workers…
By Gonzalo Solano, Associated Press
A major laboratory in Ecuador's capital has closed and halted processing coronavirus tests because technicians didn't have basic supplies like tubes, pipettes, masks and gloves needed to safely analyze the specimens.
By Paul J. Weber, Andrew DeMillo, Associated Press
Utah and Oregon have hit the pause button, putting any further reopenings of their economies on hold amid a spike in coronavirus cases. But there is no turning back in such states as Texas, California, Arkansas and Arizona despite flashing…
By Joseph Pisani, Associated Press
Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865 when Major General Gordon Granger came to Galveston, Texas, to announce the end of the Civil War and slavery.
By Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press
Lebanon's government says the country's central bank will inject fresh dollars into the market to prop up the national currency following a night of protests spurred by the dramatic plunging of the Lebanese pound.
By Yuri Kageyama, Associated Press
Losses were milder in global markets than in the U.S. on Thursday, partly because markets in the region have not seen the same massive gains in recent weeks.
By Bob Christie, Terry Tang, Associated Press
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is dismissing concerns about the state's sharp rise in coronavirus cases and is instead focusing on hospitals' capacity to care for patients.
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