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CBS News, National Press Club Celebrate a Century of Radio Broadcasting
Media
CBS News, National Press Club Celebrate a Century of Radio Broadcasting
2020-06-01 20:22:23
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Radio, it has been said, is both the most intimate of all media and part of the fabric of the American experience. Whether it was through "Make Believe Ballroom" or presenting harrowing tales from the front lines during... Read More

Restaurant Rich Charleston Offers Clues to Post-Pandemic Future of Industry
Business
Restaurant Rich Charleston Offers Clues to Post-Pandemic Future of Industry
2020-06-01 18:23:49
by Dan McCue

CHARLESTON, S.C. - It wasn't exactly a typical Friday night in what could arguably be described as the "foodie district" of Charleston, South Carolina. But it was something of a barometer of how restaurants are fighting to come back from... Read More

D.C. Drops Speed Limit to 20 MPH On Local Roads to Combat Reckless Driving
Cities
D.C. Drops Speed Limit to 20 MPH On Local Roads to Combat Reckless Driving
2020-06-01 13:03:49
by Gaspard Le Dem

WASHINGTON - District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser announced on Friday that the default speed limit on local D.C. roads will be lowered from 25 to 20 mph. The decision to lower the speed limit was prompted by an uptick... Read More

Bucolic Southern City Erupts In Aftermath of George Floyd Killing
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Bucolic Southern City Erupts In Aftermath of George Floyd Killing
2020-06-01 12:59:35
by Dan McCue

CHARLESTON, S.C. - A day of peaceful protests in one of the South's most bucolic cities turned violent Saturday night as angry crowds smashed storefronts, battled police and engaged in clashes with business owners trying to protect their property. The... Read More

Protests Hammer US Cities Struggling to Recover After Lockdown
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Protests Hammer US Cities Struggling to Recover After Lockdown

The reopening of America was always going to be fraught, with competing fears of new virus outbreaks and economic meltdown. Now cities across the nation, from New York to Chicago and Los Angeles, are reeling from unrest that could worsen... Read More

SpaceX Docks at the International Space Station With Two NASA Astronauts for the First Time
Space
SpaceX Docks at the International Space Station With Two NASA Astronauts for the First Time

ORLANDO, Fla. — SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule eased its way to the International Space Station on Sunday morning, autonomously docking and marking the first time an American commercial capsule with humans aboard performed the feat. The docking, which concluded shortly... Read More

Pennsylvania Primaries to Set Match-Ups in House Battlegrounds
2020 Elections
Pennsylvania Primaries to Set Match-Ups in House Battlegrounds

WASHINGTON — Pennsylvania will be a crucial battleground in the presidential race, and the Keystone State will also host a handful of competitive House races in 2020, including some the GOP considers critical to winning back the House. Republicans need... Read More

Outside Money Pours Into Iowa Senate Primary, With More to Come
2020 Elections
Outside Money Pours Into Iowa Senate Primary, With More to Come

WASHINGTON — Millions of dollars have already been spent in Iowa ahead of Tuesday’s Senate primary, mostly from outside groups bolstering Democrat Theresa Greenfield in her bid to take on Republican Sen. Joni Ernst. And the spending so far is... Read More

Russian Warplanes in Libya Could Open New Phase in Middle East’s Biggest Proxy War
Geopolitics
Russian Warplanes in Libya Could Open New Phase in Middle East’s Biggest Proxy War

BEIRUT — The warplanes, a mix of at least 14 MiG-29 fighters and Su-24 fighter-bombers, appear to have taken off from a base in Russia sometime in the middle of May and flown to Hmeimeem, Russia’s airbase on Syria’s Mediterranean... Read More

Trump’s Comments Aren’t Helping, Say Mayors of Atlanta, D.C.
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Trump’s Comments Aren’t Helping, Say Mayors of Atlanta, D.C.

President Donald Trump’s recent comments on fallout from the death of a black Minnesota man in police custody have hurt more than helped, said the mayor of two cities rocked by violent protests this weekend. Trump tweeted on Saturday that... Read More

GM to Recall Most of its Hourly Workers
Employment
GM to Recall Most of its Hourly Workers

DETROIT — General Motors will have brought back most of its 48,000 hourly workforce in the United States starting next week. GM will resume production at its full-sized SUV plant as well as the plant that makes its Cadillac compact... Read More

Maritime Industry Asks Congress for Bailout During Coronavirus
Trade
Maritime Industry Asks Congress for Bailout During Coronavirus
2020-06-01 12:08:15
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON - Representatives of the U.S. maritime industry asked Congress for an emergency bailout Friday as they described how coronavirus is hurting ports and shippers. They are expecting their revenue to drop by as much as one-quarter below normal levels... Read More

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