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Justice Department seeks immediate ban on WeChat in U.S.
The Trump administration claims the Chinese-owned messaging service is a threat to national security.
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Will COVID-19 kill the holiday shopping season?
With economy still fragile, many Americans are expected to keep a lid on spending this year.
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Tesla accuses electric truck maker Nikola of stealing design
Nikola's shares have plunged recently, as company endures what one analyst calls a "Twilight Zone of a few weeks."
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Some sparkling water brands have PFAS chemicals, study finds
PFAS, sometimes called "forever" chemicals, aren't federally regulated and may have adverse health effects.
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Workers accused of building "man cave" under Grand Central
Railway employees suspended without pay for allegedly turning room under landmark station into secret hideaway.
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Amazon launches flying camera for the home
Technology giant also unveiled a new gaming platform, a line of entertainment products and car security gear.
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Tribune flaunted fake bonuses to employees in security test
"Fire everyone involved," tweets one furious worker after media company baited employees with false cash offer.
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TikTok owners await approval for Chinese export license
ByteDance says it has applied to the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Commerce for the license and is awaiting a reply.
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Jobless claims climbing in sign labor market remains troubled
Number of Americans filing for weekly unemployment benefits is still four times the level before pandemic struck.
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Black physicians group to vet safety of COVID-19 vaccines
The National Medical Association says African Americans don't trust the government when it comes to deadly virus.
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DOJ moves to make it easier to sue social media companies
It's the latest move to amend a 24-year-old law that shields social media companies from most lawsuits.
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How businesses are trying to reopen safely
Many U.S. businesses are implementing extensive cleaning and disinfecting procedures in order to safely reopen during the pandemic. CBSN associate producer Ayanna Runcie shows us what this process looks like.
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Racism has cost the U.S. $16 trillion, Citigroup finds
Quantifying the economic impact of racial inequality shows the steep toll it takes on America's growth.
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Former eBay workers to plead guilty in cyberstalking case
Four former employees are expected to plead guilty next month for their role in the intimidation scheme.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk's next big bet rides on better batteries
But battery breakthroughs fail to energize investors hoping for immediate breakthroughs from electric car maker.
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NYC restaurant "barely staying afloat," weary owner says
If another coronavirus wave hits the city, "I wouldn't even waste my time — I would just close," Ed McFarland says.
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