The National Retail Federation said it will take extra precautions, including handing out N95 masks and at-home Covid tests.
Trump appeared to label DeSantis "gutless" earlier this week.
The US Commerce Department released its monthly retail sales report this morning and within minutes my Twitter feed lit up with gloom and doom takes on the state of shopping.
Arsenal have asked the Premier League to postpone Sunday's north London derby at Tottenham Hotspur because they have a depleted squad due to COVID-19 cases, injuries and some players participating at the Africa Cup of Nations, the club said. The Premier League said it will make a decision on the matter on
LONDON: Arsenal said on Friday (Jan 14) they had asked the Premier League to postpone their north London derby at Tottenham Hotspur this weekend due to a combination of coronavirus cases, injuries and players at the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).Martin Odegaard missed Thursday's goalless League Cup semi-f
Brent crude futures rose $1.16, or 1.4 per cent, to a two-and-a-half month high of $85.63 a barrel at 1125 GM
Russia is amassing troops on its border with Ukraine. The U.S. and its allies plan to use economic sanctions to deter an invasion. Here's how they work.
Dutchman Wesley Koolhof and Briton Neal Skupski reached their second ATP Tour final in as many weeks by defeating second seeds Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo 6-4, 6-1 on Friday in the semi-finals of the Adelaide International 2.
Third seeds Koolhof and Skupski triumphed at the Melbourne Summer Set tournament last week (d. Nedovyesov/Qureshi), but their opponents also came into the match in good form. The second-seeded Croatian-Brazilian pairing of Dodig and Melo had reached the final in Adelaide last week (l. to Bopanna/Ramanathan), but they were unable to replicate that performance this week at...more
In the past few months, Harvard University announced that it would be test-optional for the next 4 years and all public universities in California decided to stop considering the SAT and ACT, signaling the end of the test era.
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