Hong Kong officials ‘very disappointed’ at Canada’s move to suspend extradition pact

Senior officials in Hong Kong said on Saturday they were “very disappointed” at Canada’s decision to suspend its extradition treaty with the Chinese-ruled city and again slammed Washington for “interfering” in its affairs. International: Top News And Analysis SPECIAL NEWS … Read more…

Gov. Asa Hutchinson: ‘Consistent National Message’ On Masks Is Very Important | MTP Daily | MSNBC

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Trump on coronavirus: 'If we stop testing right now, we'd have very few cases, if any.' Why he's dangerously wrong.

Florida has certainly been finding more cases. On June 1, Florida’s seven-day average stood at 726 cases per day. As of June 15, it had more than doubled to 1,775. However, Florida has been conducting roughly the same average number … Read more…

WHO’s chief scientist says there’s a ‘very real risk’ of a second wave of coronavirus as economies reopen

Stringent public health measures have helped stem the transmission of the coronavirus, but there’s “every chance” of a resurgence as economies reopen, says the WHO’s chief scientist. Health and Science U.S.HEALTHCARE UPDATE: SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your … Read more…

China’s economic recovery could be ‘very impressive’ — but the U.S. stands in the way, Deutsche Bank says

The U.S. is reopening “too soon,” which could trigger another wave of coronavirus infections and further rounds of lockdown, said Michael Spencer, Deutsche Bank’s chief economist and head of research for Asia Pacific. US Top News and Analysis COMMUNITY NEWS … Read more…

China’s economic recovery could be ‘very impressive’ — but the U.S. stands in the way, Deutsche Bank says

The U.S. is reopening “too soon,” which could trigger another wave of coronavirus infections and further rounds of lockdown, said Michael Spencer, Deutsche Bank’s chief economist and head of research for Asia Pacific. US Top News and Analysis COMMUNITY NEWS … Read more…

Dr. Anthony Fauci says there’s a chance coronavirus vaccine may not provide immunity for very long

If Covid-19 acts like other coronaviruses, “it likely isn’t going to be a long duration of immunity,” Dr. Fauci warns. Health and Science U.S.HEALTHCARE UPDATE: SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription card and save … Read more…

More than half the U.S. firms in Hong Kong are ‘very concerned’ about the new security law, survey shows

The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong surveyed 180 members on how China’s proposed national security law has affected their view of the city. International: Top News And Analysis SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX … Read more…

United cuts 13 high-level executives as travel demand ‘still a very long way from where it was’

United Airlines is cutting 13 of its 67 officer positions in an effort to save money as the coronavirus continues to hurt travel demand. Travel BEST TRAVEL DEAL: Find Great Deals At Radisson’s Official Site. Book Now And Save! (300×250)” … Read more…

Cole Sprouse Is Isolating With ‘Riverdale’ Co-Star KJ Apa After Lili Reinhart Split: It’s ‘Very Cute’

Amid reports of Cole Sprouse’s breakup with Lili Reinhart, Dylan Sprouse revealed what his brother has been up to with his new roommate! Hollywood Life BEST DEAL UPDATE: Receive Free 2-Day Shipping + A Sweet Birthday Surprise At Roxy. Sign … Read more…

Broadway Actor Nick Cordero “Doing Slightly Better” But “Still Very Sick,” His Wife Amanda Kloots Says – Update

UPDATE May 25: Nick Cordero’s wife Amanda Kloots on Monday provided a new update on the Broadway actor’s condition as he continues to battle the fallout from COVID-19. “Nick is doing slightly better than yesterday. He is still very sick … Read more…

Flight attendants see a very different future for airplane travel in the age of coronavirus

“Recognize that there are going to be social distancing practices at the airport. So there’s no running to the gate at the last minute,” said Sara Nelson, the international president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA in an interview with … Read more…