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Two-thirds of COVID-19 cases in federal prisons limited to 7 facilities, official says
U.S. News // 1 hour ago
Two-thirds of COVID-19 cases in federal prisons limited to 7 facilities, official says
June 2 (UPI) -- Two-thirds of positive coronavirus cases in federal prisons are limited to seven of the country's 122 institutions, a federal prison official told Congress on Tuesday.
N.C. Gov. Cooper won't guarantee GOP can hold 'full' convention in August
U.S. News // 3 hours ago
N.C. Gov. Cooper won't guarantee GOP can hold 'full' convention in August
June 2 (UPI) -- North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper told the Republican Party on Tuesday that he can't guarantee they'll be able to have a "full" national convention in Charlotte.
Trump administration sanctions 4 companies for Venezuelan oil ties
U.S. News // 8 hours ago
Trump administration sanctions 4 companies for Venezuelan oil ties
June 2 (UPI) -- The Trump administration Tuesday sanctioned four companies and their oil tankers for conducting business with the Venezuelan government under embattled President Nicolas Maduro.
Home prices increase 1.4 percent in April
U.S. News // 8 hours ago
Home prices increase 1.4 percent in April
June 2 (UPI) -- Home prices across the country increased 1.4 percent in April from last month and 5.4 percent compared to a year ago, according to data from the CoreLogic Home Price Index.
Bank of America pledges $1B to address racial, economic inequality
U.S. News // 11 hours ago
Bank of America pledges $1B to address racial, economic inequality
June 2 (UPI) -- Bank of America said Tuesday it's giving $1 billion to address economic and racial inequality in the United States, amid national protests that have shaken just about every major U.S. city.
South Korea to reopen WTO complaint against Japan
World News // 11 hours ago
South Korea to reopen WTO complaint against Japan
June 2 (UPI) -- South Korea is to reopen a complaint at the World Trade Organization, following Japan's refusal to lift trade restrictions.
Acquitted scientist returns to Iran after years in U.S. prison
World News // 13 hours ago
Acquitted scientist returns to Iran after years in U.S. prison
June 2 (UPI) -- An Iranian scientist held in the United States for months after he was acquitted in a trade secrets case has been deported and sent back to Iran, officials in Tehran said Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia to host U.N. Yemen benefit for first time
World News // 13 hours ago
Saudi Arabia to host U.N. Yemen benefit for first time
June 2 (UPI) -- Saudi Arabia, a belligerent in Yemen's five-year civil war, will for the first time co-host a United Nations fundraising summit on Tuesday to raise $2.4 billion for humanitarian purposes.
Kim Jong Un-ordered hospital is moving ahead, state media says
World News // 14 hours ago
Kim Jong Un-ordered hospital is moving ahead, state media says
June 2 (UPI) -- Construction of the Kim Jong Un-ordered Pyongyang General Hospital is in full "battle mode" ahead of an Oct. 10 deadline, North Korea state media said.
Illinois man charged with handing out 'bombs' during Minneapolis protests
U.S. News // 15 hours ago
Illinois man charged with handing out 'bombs' during Minneapolis protests
June 2 (UPI) -- Federal authorities have charged an Illinois man for crossing state lines into Minnesota where he filmed himself passing out explosive devices and urging people to throw them at police and buildings.
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