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1:58Newborn babies at the hospital
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COVID-19 Could Trigger Further Drop In Already Falling U.S. Birth Rate

1:15an Airbus A330 performs a demonstration flight at Paris Air Show
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Airbus To Cut 15,000 Jobs Over COVID-19 Pandemic

1:04An acrobat from Cirque du Soleil
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​Cirque Du Soleil Files For Bankruptcy Protection

1:25Gilead Sciences headquarters
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Gilead Sciences Announces Price Tag For Coronavirus Drug Remdesivir

1:18California Gov. Gavin Newsom
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California Shuts Down Bars In Los Angeles And Other Counties

1:03A Boeing 737 Max being built for Norwegian Air International taxis for a test flight
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FAA Approves Test Flights Of Boeing's Updated 737 Max Jet

3:15Mexican guest workers at a quarry in Idaho
Northern Stone Supply

Trump's Immigration Freeze Hurting Stone Mining Businesses In Idaho

1:09A shopper departs a shoe store at CambridgeSide mall, in Cambridge, MA
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U.S. Consumer Spending Increased At Record Pace In May

1:51Concept art of "New Adventures With Princess Tiana" ride

Disney Reimagining Splash Mountain Around 'The Princess And The Frog'

1:53Mary W. Jackson
Robert Nye / NASA

NASA Renaming D.C. Headquarters After Mary W. Jackson

0:56A man walks past a store that went out of business
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Weekly Jobless Claims Come In Higher Than Projected

1:17A person waves an American flag in front of the White House
Carolyn Kaster/ AP

U.S. Suspends Some Worker Visas Through End Of Year

0:45Tyson Foods Inc., sign at Tyson headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas
April L. Brown / AP

China Suspends Imports From A Tyson Foods Plant Over COVID-19 Outbreak

1:19AMC theater
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AMC Theatres To Reopen In Time For Summer Blockbusters

3:34PRSVR Founder Brandon Williamson

The Systemic Reasons Some Black Businesses Fail

0:59A Qantas jumbo jet lifts off from Sydney Airport
Rick Rycroft / AP

Qantas Airways Cuts Most International Flights Until Late October

1:05Visitors wearing face masks to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, take a selfie at the Hong Kong Disneyland
Kin Cheung / AP

Hong Kong Disneyland Reopens Thursday To Limited Visitors

3:14Juneteenth celebration
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More Companies, States Make Juneteenth An Official Holiday

0:48A bottle of Aunt Jemima syrup sits on a counter
Donald King / AP

Aunt Jemima Brand To Change Name Amid Growing Backlash

1:56Farmworkers harvest beans in Homestead, Florida amid Coronavirus pandemic.
AP/Lynne Sladky

Harvest Time Brings COVID-19 Dangers For America's Farmworkers

1:2424 Hour Fitness logo at a gym.
Tony Avelar / AP

24 Hour Fitness Files For Bankruptcy

0:50A guest has her temperature checked before entering SeaWorld as it reopens with new safety measures in place.
John Raoux / AP

Florida Reports Two-Day Spike In COVID-19 Cases

0:55New Starbucks-branded Black Lives Matter design

Starbucks Reverses Decision To Ban Black Lives Matter Paraphernalia

1:18Multicultural hair products locked in a security case at Walmart
B. Edward Palmore / Twitter

Walmart Will No Longer Lock Up Multicultural Hair Products

1:04Closing bell at the NYSE

Stock Market Drop Dampers Hopes Of Quick Recovery

0:57Lufthansa planes sit grounded at an airport
Michael Probst / AP

Lufthansa To Cut 22,000 Jobs Amid The Pandemic

0:58A pedestrian walks by The Framing Gallery, closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic
AP / Paul Sancya

May Jobs Gains Didn't Translate To Black Or Asian Americans

0:53Performers demonstrate traditional African song and dance
National Park Service / Tim Ervin

Twitter, Square Declare Juneteenth An Official Company Holiday

1:01A man walks out of a Dunkin' store
Mary Altaffer / AP

Dunkin' Plans To Hire 25,000 Workers Nationwide

3:15Social media brand images decrying racial injustice

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