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14 million Americans risk major delays in their stimulus checks — should they use Square, PayPal or a bank account?

The FDIC and others are making a push to sign Americans up for bank accounts so they can get their stimulus checks faster and develop and long-term relationships with banks.

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Letter from New York, epicenter of coronavirus: ‘The streets are virtually empty, but the birds go on singing’

‘People here have longed for clarity on how to keep themselves, and everyone else safe.’

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How do I self-quarantine? Can I walk my dog? Be warned, there can be legal consequences for violators

There’s a lot of confusion about preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus. Here’s what health experts recommend.

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‘I received an email from clients demanding their deposit back’: Coronavirus took a bite out of the wedding industry — but is this force majeure or force of government?

‘The coronavirus exposed a weakness almost universally across the wedding and event industry: legal concerns during a pandemic.’

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‘We will not have a vaccine by next winter.’ Like the 1918 Spanish flu, CDC says second wave of coronavirus could be worse. So what happens now?

‘We will have coronavirus in the fall. I am convinced of that,’ Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Wednesday.

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Local and state tourism bureaus seek help from Congress to survive the coronavirus crisis

Local and state tourism bureaus should get federal financial relief to offset lost revenue during the coronavirus pandemic because they drive spending that can help revive economies when Americans start moving about more freely, according to a bipartisan group of 85 House lawmakers.