New US COVID Cases Lowest In More Than A Year

COVID-19 metrics in the United States fell to the levels seen during the initial stages of the pandemic. New cases recorded on Sunday were the lowest in more than a year. With 6408 new cases, the number of people infected with coronavirus in the U.S. increased to 34,210,782. This is less than half of the […]

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Biden ramps up tougher rhetoric against China at G7

Editor’s note: CNN will be launching the Meanwhile in China newsletter on June 21, a three-times-a-week update exploring what you need to know about the country’s rise and how it impacts the world. Sign up here. United States President Joe Biden’s plan to unite Washington’s closest allies and take on China just scored a big […]

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Eurozone Sentix Investor Confidence Highest Since 2018

Euro area investor confidence rose for the fourth straight month in June to its highest level in over three years as financial experts assessed the current economic situation more favorably, survey data from the behavioral research institute Sentix showed Monday. The Sentix investor confidence index for Eurozone climbed to 28.1 from 21.0 in May. Economists […]

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‘It feels good!’: Kiss brings fiery outdoor concert, new documentary to Tribeca Festival

NEW YORK — Kiss brought the heat to New York’s Battery Park. Literally.  On Friday night, the iconic rockers debuted their new documentary, “Biography: Kisstory,” at an outdoor screening in New York’s Financial District. But the Tribeca Festival took the premiere a step further: ending the event with a full-blown Kiss mini-concert, complete with fireworks, flamethrowers, laser lights […]

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To curb drug prices, Democrats still seeking a balance

WASHINGTON — Democrats are committed to passing legislation this year to curb prescription drug prices, but they’re still disagreeing on how to cut costs for patients and taxpayers while preserving profits that lure investors to back potentially promising treatments. It boils down to finding a balance: How big a stick should Medicare have to negotiate […]

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The State Where People Are Getting Rich On Their Homes

Home values have soared in the last year. In many markets, home prices have risen by double digits. The widely followed real estate price monthly S&P Case-Shiller Index showed home prices jumped over 15% in several large markets in March. The improvement is driven by people leaving the largest cities, particularly on the East and […]

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