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Boeing will lay off another 7,000 workers as losses mount

Boeing announced it will cut an additional 7,000 jobs as its losses continue to mount following a plunge in revenue. The aircraft maker had already announced was reducing staff by 19,000 jobs earlier this year, through a combination of voluntary and involuntary layoffs. It said Wednesday it expects to get down to about 130,000 jobs…MORE

US citizen detained in Belarus is released, Pompeo says

Vitali Shkliarov, an American who was detained in Belarus for three months, has been released and has returned to the US. Shkliarov, who is a dual citizen, had traveled to Belarus this summer to visit his family and friends. He was charged with working with an opposition blogger and helping him organize illegal rallies, but…MORE

They’re not allowed to vote. But they’re racing to make sure you do

At first, Angelica Guzman was taken aback by some of the replies she got when she made calls about the election. “I’m too busy to vote,” one person told her. “I just don’t think my vote will count,” another said. Now Guzman is ready with a response: “I’m somebody who can’t vote. And your vote…MORE

Obama to join Biden on campaign trail for final weekend push

Former President Barack Obama is set to join Democratic nominee Joe Biden on the campaign trail during the final weekend of the election season, two people familiar with the plans told CNN. The two will appear together in a key battleground state, the people said. Biden is already scheduled to appear in Michigan on Saturday.…MORE

‘The Bachelorette’: Clare Crawley cries and Tayshia Adams emerges

‘The Bachelorette’: Clare Crawley cries and Tayshia Adams emerges

Hold on to your seats, Bachelor Nation, because it looks like a bumpy road is ahead. ABC gave us a sneak peek Tuesday night of next week’s drama on “The Bachelorette.” In the teaser, host Chris Harrison tells a tearful current Bachelorette Clare Crawley that she has just “blown up ‘The Bachelorette.’” “We have never…MORE

Markets can’t ignore the pandemic any longer. Stocks are dropping

Stocks are selling off sharply on fears that Covid-19 infections are spiraling out of control again and government leaders could have no choice but to enact another wave of lockdowns. What’s happening: US futures point to steep declines at the open on Wednesday, with Dow futures off 1.7%, or more than 450 points. European stocks…MORE