Canadian police cleared protesters and vehicles that had blocked a vital trade route on the border with the United States, arresting remaining protesters, marking the end of the "economic crisis".
The two-week blockades have already impacted business, with protesters closing down a third Canada-US border crossing in central Manitoba.
US government investigation covers 765,000 Tesla vehicles, almost everything that Tesla has sold in the US since the start of the 2014 model year.
For the second time in less than 24 hours, families living along the Tittabawassee River and connected lakes in Midland County were ordered to leave home, as emergency responders went door-to-door warning residents.
The country is headed for a period when desperation, paranoia, and racism, allied with a climate of fear and uncertainty, could start a chain reaction that leads to not just economic collapse, but a violent and indefinite period of social collapse.
More and more black people are falling victim to the coronavirus as racial disparity robs them of their right to be tested for Covid-19 at an appropriate time.
A stark racial disparity is emerging in the US, with more and more black people falling victim to coronavirus.
Order of 200,000 Germany-bound masks from a 3M factory in China “confiscated” in Bangkok, said Berlin Secretary of Interior Geisel, calling it an “act of modern piracy." Canada's Trudeau calls US blockade of equipment a mistake that could backfire.
Those protesting near Detroit demanded that Amazon shut down the facility for additional cleaning and cover all medical bills for associates and their family members who contracted coronavirus from the site.
David Stern, who masterminded the NBA's growth into a global sports powerhouse while serving as commissioner from 1984 to 2014, died after suffering a brain hemorrhage last month. He was 77.
As Islam grows in the United States, some communities are dealing with a Muslim clergy shortage driven in part by students who want guidance from religious instructors they understand linguistically and culturally.
American Civil Liberties Union officials said that Jimmy Al Daoud, an Iraqi-born man who had lived in the US since he was an infant, and who was arrested to enforce deportation orders, died in Baghdad after his deportation in June.
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