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Man charged with homicide as a hate crime in fatal crash

Man charged with homicide as a hate crime in fatal crash

SUMMARY: FOND DU LAC, Wis. — A Fond du Lac man is charged with homicide as a hate crime because prosecutors say he intentionally crashed his pickup truck into a motorcyclist and killed the man because he was white.

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Coronavirus: Package holiday firms told to sharpen up on refunds

Coronavirus: Package holiday firms told to sharpen up on refunds

SUMMARY: Image copyright Reuters Image caption Resorts are now welcoming back British touristsMore than 100 holiday companies have been told to speed up their refunds policy for coronavirus cancellations.

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The Latest: Another Spanish region to mask wearing mandatory

The Latest: Another Spanish region to mask wearing mandatory

SUMMARY: MADRID — The Spanish region of Extremadura is following in the footsteps of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands by making the wearing of masks obligatory.

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Taxes are due July 15. If you can’t pay, here’s what you should do.

Taxes are due July 15. If you can’t pay, here’s what you should do.

SUMMARY: In March, the Treasury Department extended the April 15 tax deadline to July 15.

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Royal Mail fined £1.5m for failing to deliver first class post on time

Royal Mail fined £1.5m for failing to deliver first class post on time

SUMMARY: Royal Mail has been fined £1.5m for failing to deliver first class post on time.

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Takeaways: Paycheck Protection loans and the Catholic Church

Takeaways: Paycheck Protection loans and the Catholic Church

SUMMARY: One centerpiece was the $659 billion Paycheck Protection Program.

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AP: After lobbying, Catholic Church won $1.4B in virus aid

AP: After lobbying, Catholic Church won $1.4B in virus aid

SUMMARY: Without this preferential treatment, many Catholic dioceses would have been ineligible because -- between their head offices, parishes and other affiliates -- their employees exceed the 500-person cap.

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Thousands cancel Gym Group memberships in lockdown

Thousands cancel Gym Group memberships in lockdown

SUMMARY: Image copyright Getty ImagesOne of the UK's biggest gym companies has said it lost about a fifth of its members during lockdown, despite halting membership payments.

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New European owner Archant gives short deadline to bidders

New European owner Archant gives short deadline to bidders

SUMMARY: The publisher of the anti-Brexit newspaper The New European has asked bidders to table offers before the end of next week as it races to secure new funding amid an industry-wide crisis.

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How will we know the US economy is recovering? Here's what I'm watching

How will we know the US economy is recovering? Here's what I'm watching

SUMMARY: But if you’re a small business owner, you need to know.

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Elon Musk's Tesla on the verge of joining prestigious S&P 500 stock market index

Elon Musk's Tesla on the verge of joining prestigious S&P 500 stock market index

SUMMARY: Tesla is on the verge of joining the prestigious S&P 500 stock market index following a year in which its shares have risen by more than 580%.

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Ex-Barclays bankers call female boss 'tart' and 'dolly bird'

Ex-Barclays bankers call female boss 'tart' and 'dolly bird'

SUMMARY: Ms Staveley was involved in talks with investors to help broker the deal.

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Coronavirus: Engineering firm Senior cuts more than 900 jobs in first half of year

Coronavirus: Engineering firm Senior cuts more than 900 jobs in first half of year

SUMMARY: UK-listed engineering firm Senior has said it cut 12% of its workforce during the first half of the year as the coronavirus lockdown took its toll.

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Consumers could face higher prices next year without a tariff-free trade deal with EU, warns British Retail Consortium

Consumers could face higher prices next year without a tariff-free trade deal with EU, warns British Retail Consortium

SUMMARY: Consumers in the UK could face higher prices next year unless a tariff-free trade deal with the EU can be reached, the British Retail Consortium has warned.

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England gets ready to reopen gyms, pools and nail bars as Covid-19 lockdown eases - business live

England gets ready to reopen gyms, pools and nail bars as Covid-19 lockdown eases - business live

SUMMARY: What term do you want to search?

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TikTok halts Hong Kong access after security law

TikTok halts Hong Kong access after security law

SUMMARY: Image copyright TikTokShort-video app TikTok has halted operations in Hong Kong, according to a notice posted on its website.

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Coronavirus: Cruise operators out in the cold as quarantine rules end for some air passengers

Coronavirus: Cruise operators out in the cold as quarantine rules end for some air passengers

SUMMARY: Cruise operators continue to be left in the cold, despite restrictions easing on air travel.

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Coronavirus: Almost one in three workers ready to keep working from home after lockdown

Coronavirus: Almost one in three workers ready to keep working from home after lockdown

SUMMARY: Almost one in three employees are planning to keep working from home after the coronavirus restrictions end, according to a survey.

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2 California counties, once defiant, see virus cases rise

2 California counties, once defiant, see virus cases rise

SUMMARY: Sutter County, where Starkey lives, was one of the first places in California to more broadly reopen its economy.

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Hanging death of Black man in California park ruled suicide

Hanging death of Black man in California park ruled suicide

SUMMARY: That determination outraged Fuller's family, who said authorities were too quick to dismiss the possibility of a crime.

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