Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting kicked off Saturday with Warren Buffett offering reassurance that the U.S. economy will recover steadily from the coronavirus pandemic.
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The state has canceled a large order of coronavirus supplies from a politically connected company and asked state law-enforcement officials to investigate the matter, Maryland officials said.
A week into the most ambitious reopening in the U.S., Georgia officials are watching coronavirus infection rates for any aftershocks from lifting restrictions.
People dying of Covid-19 could have expected to live on average for at least another decade, according to new analyses that help fill in a still-developing picture of the human cost of the coronavirus pandemic.
Newly published photo and video showed a smiling North Korean leader Kim Jong Un strolling around a factory Friday, ending a nearly three-week absence from public view that fueled rumors of his death.
Tara Reade, who has accused former Vice President Joe Biden of sexual harassment and sexual assault, said she isn’t ready to respond to his recent interview denying her claims.