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Postponed Olympics could be in doubt even for 2021, says Tokyo Games CEO

Postponed Olympics could be in doubt even for 2021, says Tokyo Games CEO

The postponed Olympic Games could be in doubt even for the rescheduled dates in 2021, Tokyo Games CEO Toshiro Muto said Friday. Earlier this month it was confirmed the Olympics would be held from July 23 to August 8 next year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe this week announced…MORE

Self-employed workers stuck waiting for help

Self-employed workers stuck waiting for help

Many unemployed Americans are starting to see a bump in jobless benefits, but it will likely be a few more weeks before independent contractors and gig workers start receiving checks — and some may end up not qualifying at all. Congress recently opened up unemployment benefits to certain people who can’t work because of the…MORE

This mailman in Ohio is delivering essential supplies to the elderly on his route

A single white truck rolls down the desolate streets of Colerain Township, outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. Residents sheltering from the coronavirus peer from their windows, some waving as the truck makes its rounds. To the casual observer, it’s just a postal truck. But these days, it’s also a lifeline, and the mailman driving the truck,…MORE

Navarro publicly said Americans had ‘nothing to worry about’ while privately warning coronavirus could cost lives and dollars

Navarro publicly said Americans had ‘nothing to worry about’ while privately warning coronavirus could cost lives and dollars

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro publicly said Americans had “nothing to worry about” while he privately warned the White House that the coronavirus pandemic could cost trillions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of American lives. Navarro circulated two memos at the White House in late January and February warning that a full-blown coronavirus…MORE

BTS launching a free concert series

BTS launching a free concert series

Having to postpone their tour isn’t going to stop K-pop’s biggest group from entertaining. BTS has announced “Bang Bang Con,” a series of their concerts they will be streaming on YouTube starting 11 p.m. ET on April 17. The ARMY, as the BTS fans are known, can tune into the BANGTANTV YouTube channel to enjoy…MORE

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