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Auto startups chasing Tesla race past red flags to go public

福利网站Missed out on the Tesla rally but still want to surf the electric vehicle wave?

These voters sat out in 2016. Now they could determine the next U.S. president

Iowa resident LeAnne Putman-Thomas has watched her country pursue wars, endure recessions and elect its first Black president. Yet the 53-year-old never felt compelled to vote.

Walmart cranks up advertising drive, with or without TikTok

Walmart Inc is aggressively expanding its advertising business after years of stuttering progress, even as a proposed deal to buy a stake in video-sharing app TikTok remains stuck in limbo.

As the Arctic's attractions mount, Greenland is a security black hole

On a windy August afternoon in 2017, Akitsinnguaq Ina Olsen was relaxing in the old harbour of Nuuk, Greenland's capital, when a Chinese icebreaker sailed unannounced into the Arctic island's territorial waters.

Time’s up: After a reprieve, a wave of evictions expected across U.S

福利网站On Sept. 1, U.S. health officials announced they would suspend evictions across the United States to help stem further spread of the novel coronavirus.

Doctors probe whether COVID-19 is causing diabetes

Mario Buelna, a healthy 28-year-old father, caught a fever and started having trouble breathing in June. He soon tested positive for COVID-19.

Special Report: Why 4,998 died in U.S. jails without getting their day in court

福利网站By Peter Eisler, Linda So, Jason Szep, Grant Smith and Ned Parker

U.S. gun sales soar amid pandemic, social unrest, election fears

Andreyah Garland, a 44-year-old single mother of three daughters, bought a shotgun in May for protection in the quaint middle-class town of Fishkill, New York. She joined a new and fast-growing local gun club to learn how to shoot.

Democrats urge early voting, massive turnout as Trump stokes fears of contested election

Joe Biden supporter Cindy Kalogeropoulos took no chances when her absentee ballot arrived on Sept. 29. The Michigan retiree filled it out, drove 7 miles to the nearest drop box and hung around to make sure election officials picked it up - all within 48 hours of receiving it.

Unsuited to new era? Fate of formal fashion hangs by a thread

Italian luxury designer Brunello Cucinelli makes men's suits that sell for up to 7,000 euros (6,320 pounds). But even he - like most people across the globe - hasn't worn a suit for months, let alone bought one.

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UK COVID-19 salary scheme fraud may hit £3.9 billion, watchdog says

British companies may have fraudulently claimed up to 3.9 billion pounds ($5.1 billion) in public money by accepting funds from a salary support scheme while ordering furloughed staff to still work during lockdown, the spending watchdog said.

Sunak stumps up more cash for COVID-hit businesses

Time running short, UK and EU get back down to Brexit business