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Pfizer: COVID-19 Shot 95% Effective, Seeking Clearance Soon
Pfizer announced more results in its ongoing coronavirus vaccine study that suggest the shots are 95% effective.
US Hits Record COVID-19 Hospitalizations Amid Virus Surge
The U.S. has hit a record number of coronavirus hospitalizations and surpassed 1 million new confirmed cases in just the first 10 days of November.
Ulta to Open Beauty Shops At 100 Target Stores in 2021
The nation's largest beauty chain has a deal to place shops in more than 100 Target stores by mid-2021.
60 Charged in $300M Phone Scam Targeting Elderly Victims
Sixty people are charged in a widespread magazine telemarketing scam that authorities say netted $300 million from more than 150,000 elderly and vulnerable people nationwide.
Trucker Who Drove Through George Floyd Protesters is Charged
A truck driver who drove into a large crowd of protesters on a bridge in Minneapolis following the killing of George Floyd has been charged with two criminal counts.
JC Penney Sees Bankruptcy Protection Exit By Christmas
JC Penney expects to emerge from bankruptcy protection before Christmas under a new ownership agreement that would save tens of thousands of jobs.
House Passes Public Works Infrastructure Bill, on to Senate
The Minnesota House has finally passed a $1.37 billion public works construction borrowing package after months of gridlock.
Judge Lets Ex-Cop Charged in Floyd’s Death Live Out of State
A Minnesota judge has cited safety concerns in issuing new conditions of release for an ex-Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd that would let him live in a neighboring state while he awaits trial.
Ex-Cop Charged in Floyd’s Death Freed on $1 Million Bond
The former Minneapolis officer charged with murder in the death of George Floyd has posted bond and has been released from prison.
Pilgrim’s Pride CEO, Indicted on Price Fixing Counts, Is Out
Pilgrim's Pride has replaced its CEO as he prepares to face price-fixing charges.
Court Weighs Allowing Courtroom Cameras in George Floyd Case
The trial of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd will generate massive public interest when it begins in March, but as it stands, most people who wish to watch the proceedings will be out of luck.
10 More Charged in Minneapolis Looting, Vandalism
Prosecutors in Hennepin County have filed charges against ten additional people accused of looting and causing damage in downtown Minneapolis last week.