Businesses have been tightening precautions, with Walmart becoming the largest U.S. retailer to require customers to wear face coverings at all of its Sam’s Club and namesake stores. In Las Vegas, some casinos began limiting smoking to keep customers from removing the masks they are required to wear. … [Read more...] about Rising virus totals force rethink of bars, schools, tourism
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The School District of Philadelphia announced a hybrid learning plan for reopening schools in the fall on Wednesday. The plan includes a split schedule, two days of in-classroom learning and three days of virtual learning. For those not comfortable sending their children back to the classroom, an entirely virtual program will be offered. … [Read more...] about School District Of Philadelphia To Institute Hybrid Learning System As Part Of Fall Reopening Plan
Since those comments, Trump has softened his rhetoric. In the months that followed the meeting, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster convinced the president to renegotiate the deal but not scrap it altogether. The administration no longer overtly threatens to withdraw from KORUS completely and is currently in discussions with Seoul over the details of a renegotiation—discussions that the South Korean government agreed to just last week. … [Read more...] about Trump Wanted a Trade War. Any Trade War. He Picked South Korea.
Clinton-style globalization was built on a simple proposition that trust in networks was growing, borders were blurring, and market economies were becoming increasingly like each other with similar standards, laws and transparency. In a high-trust world, with large corporations able to operate far beyond their home territories, with a nation of a billion people like China becoming a high-growth and high-consumption economy, the world became truly interconnected, and parts of it deeply enmeshed. Much like Friedman predicted, large corporations (and sometimes small ones) could chase low wages abroad, or special regulatory arrangements or tax favors, or lesser environmental regulations — or they could invest abroad and build manufacturing, distribution and even R&D centers to service foreign buyers. … [Read more...] about ‘Made in America’ won’t be as simple as it sounds
Skies will be partly sunny over Denver, with a 50% chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2 p.m., as the high temperature peaks out at 82 degrees, according to the National Weather Service forecast. Winds should be light in the morning. … [Read more...] about Denver weather: Cooler in Denver Tuesday as high tops out in lower 80s