"I don't know where my future will go": Beauty industry professionals face uncertain futures as states reopen

So since they've lost their jobs, their child's hair will not be a priority for them.These are clients that I'm losing," Franklin said.

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Trump executive order takes aim at social media companies

In an Oval Office signing Thursday, the president declared that social media companies that engage in "censoring" or any "political conduct" will not be able to keep that shield.One senior administration official told CBS News the order is intended to curb the protections social media companies have shield against liability for content like comments, posts and videos.

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Why the coronavirus crash is hurting women more than men

While American men bore the brunt of the Great Recession, which slammed male-dominated industries like construction and manufacturing, women are taking the biggest hit from the coronavirus crash.The bulk of those losses have come in the leisure and hospitality, retail, education and health care industries, where most workers are women.

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New York executive order allows store owners to deny entry to people without masks

Young people are still the primary age group not wearing masks, according to the governor.When asked if he expects any conflicts to arise due to the order, Cuomo said: "It's New York, you can have a conflict if you say 'good morning.

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Mark Zuckerberg reacts to Trump, says social media companies shouldn't be "the arbiter of truth"

A clash of the social network titans is taking shape after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called out Twitter for adding a fact-check to a tweet from President Trump.In an interview with Fox News' Dana Perino, Zuckerberg differed with Twitter's approach, saying "I just believe strongly that Facebook shouldn't be the arbiter of truth of everything that people say online," and neither should other private companies.

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Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey makes emotional call for peace after violent protests over George Floyd's death

The mayor of Minneapolis made an emotional plea for peace Thursday after the second night of protests that turned violent over the death of an unarmed black man in police custody Monday.In Minneapolis Wednesday night, protests turned violent, with some protesters looting, setting fires and breaking windows.

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3.3 million Americans filed for unemployment last week, but claims are falling

More than three million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, raising to more than 42 million the number of workers who have lost jobs since the coronavirus crippled the economy.1 million people filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending May 23, the Labor Department said Thursday.

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Protests over George Floyd's death turn deadly in Minneapolis

For the second straight night, largely peaceful protests over the death of a man in Minneapolis police custody turned violent Wednesday.A police officer was seen in bystander video pressing his knee against Floyd's neck for several minutes.

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Coronavirus forces some of Paris' top restaurants to turn to takeout

Paris — As restaurants around the world remain shuttered due to the coronavirus pandemic, some of France's top eateries have been forced to adapt in ways they never imagined.In an attempt to survive, even some of France's top chefs are doing the unthinkable: takeout.

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Workers returning to office buildings may face health risks other than coronavirus

There may be health risks other than coronavirus as office buildings reopen their doors to employees and visitors.If the buildings did not have water flowing through their pipes during the lengthy shutdowns, that stagnation could potentially put people at risk of Legionnaires' disease.

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Boston Marathon canceled for first time in its 124-year history

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The Boston Marathon has been canceled for the first time in its 124-year history due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Marty Walsh and race organizers announced Thursday.But the race will now occur solely as a virtual event, the marathon's organizer, the Boston Athletic Association (B.

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Where's my stimulus check? Answers to common payment questions

Why won't "Get My Payment" work for me?Why am I getting error messages on "Get My Payment"?

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YouTuber Myka Stauffer reveals she gave her 4-year-old adopted son with autism to another family

A popular YouTuber who frequently posted about raising an adopted boy on the autism spectrum from China has now given him up to a new family.A theme of the videos was Huxley's development: Stauffer posted about learning he had autism spectrum disorder and attempting ABA therapy.

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"We Are One" presents a free global film festival online

The festival was conceived last month when the Tribeca Film Festival (which was to have kicked off in April) and other festivals around the world started cancelling their plans.The action film "Crazy World" was featured at the Toronto International Film Festival's "Midnight Madness" section last year.

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Decorated combat vet who died highlights pandemic's effect on mental health

Washington — Rory Hamill was a father of three and a decorated combat veteran in the Marines.They went and did a wellness check and that's when they found him," Franciose explained.

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Rev. Al Sharpton speaks on George Floyd's death: "We must act in a way to get justice"

Reverend Al Sharpton spoke Thursday about the death of George Floyd, saying, "We must act in a way to get justice, and to get fairness.A now-infamous video of Floyd's arrest shows officer Derek Chauvin using his knee to pin him by his neck as he pleaded for help.

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For many Americans, losing a job means scrambling for health insurance

The restaurant company provided employer- sponsored health insurance, a godsend for Seib, who has chronic asthma.Between March 1 and May 2, an estimated 27 million people lost employer-sponsored health insurance, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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Middle school teacher sends grads off with message from former 2020 contenders

Earlier this month, televised commencement ceremonies for high school and college graduates featured guest speakers like former President Obama and a host of celebrities.Most of the attention has gone to high school and college seniors, but eighth grade social studies teacher Brian Simmons wanted to try to give his middle school "seniors" a memorable farewell, too.

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US stocks trade mixed as investors assess jobless-claims data, US-China tensions

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US traded mixed on Thursday as investors mulled the Labor Department's latest jobless-claims report and fresh US-China tensions.7 million.

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Goldman Sachs lists 5 reasons why bitcoin is 'not an asset class', nor 'a suitable investment' | Currency News | Financial and Business News

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Goldman Sachs gave five reasons why it thinks bitcoin is "not an asset class" nor "a suitable investment" in a presentation Wednesday morning.And three of the largest six cryptocurrencies are forks, or nearly identical clones - bitcoin, bitcoin cash, and bitcoin SV according to Goldman.

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