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Pelosi pushes back against Democrats frustrated with lack of progress on COVID bill

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CBS News – For more and to sign up click here Washington — Speaker Nancy Pelosi pushed back against reports that some House Democrats are frustrated with the lack of movement on negotiating a new coronavirus relief bill, the day after a bipartisan group of lawmakers released their own proposal......
Food Business News

Kellogg pressing forward to preserve progress

BATTLE CREEK, MICH. — Share gains in numerous key categories during the pandemic gives Kellogg Co. confidence the company’s strategic direction will generate growth beyond 2020, said Steven A. Cahillane, chairman, chief executive officer and president. Mr. Cahillane participated virtually Sept. 9 in the Barclays Global Consumer Staples Conference. Presenting......
New York Times - World

In Sign of Progress, Fewer Than 1% of New York’s Virus Tests Are Positive

New York Times
New York Times – For more and to sign up click here Around the globe, including in some of the world’s wealthiest countries, educators are struggling with how to facilitate distance learning during the pandemic. But in poorer countries like Indonesia, the challenge is particularly difficult. In North Sumatra, students......
CNBC Business

As U.S. makes progress on the virus front, Peter Boockvar predicts inflation will become a serious headwind — with or without Fed involvement

CNBC – For more and to sign up click here Inflation will become a serious headwind on a vaccine: Peter Boockvar SEARCH QUOTES Source – Click here for more To Return to the Main Aggregate News Page – click here...

‘The Office’ Star Says Racist Attacks Began During BLM Progress, He Won’t Ignore

Play video content Exclusive TMZ.com Leslie David Baker — best known for playing the lovable grouch, Stanley, on “The Office” — has witnessed the rise of racism along with the surge of the Black Lives Matter movement … and he’s speaking out about it. The veteran actor joined “TMZ Live”......

Mary McLeod Bethune Was at the Vanguard of More Than 50 Years of Black Progress

The 19th Amendment, ratified in August 1920, paved the way for American women to vote, but the educator and activist Mary McLeod Bethune knew the work had only just begun: The amendment alone would not guarantee political power to black women. Thanks to Bethune’s work that year to register and......

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