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Tourism, diplomacy facing pushback as virus caseloads surge

MITO, Japan (AP) - Countries are considering putting away their welcome mats to tourists and regional meetings are being put on hold as the...

Hurricane Douglas within ‘razor thin’ distance of Hawaii

HONOLULU (AP) - Hurricane Douglas came within “razor thin” distance of the Hawaiian Islands but spared the state the worst of the strong winds,...

Hurricane Douglas within ‘razor thin’ distance of Hawaii

HONOLULU (AP) - Hurricane Douglas came within “razor thin” distance of the Hawaiian Islands but spared the state the worst of the strong winds,...

Uncertainty pushes gold price to record $1,926 per ounce

BEIJING (AP) - The price of gold surged to a record above $1,926 per ounce on Monday as investors moved money into an asset...

Asia Today: Australian outbreak attributed to sick workers

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - Australia’s hard-hit Victoria state on Monday posted a new daily record of 532 new COVID-19 cases, and the government leader...

White House, Senate GOP try again on $1 trillion virus aid

WASHINGTON (AP) - Suggesting a narrower pandemic relief package may be all that's possible, the White House still pushed ahead with Monday's planned...

Gold price surges $30 to record of over $1,926 per ounce

BEIJING (AP) - The price of gold surged more than $30 on Monday to over $1,926 per ounce as investors step up buying of...

Wealthy donors pour millions into fight over mail-in voting

WASHINGTON (AP) - Deep-pocketed and often anonymous donors are pouring over $100 million into an intensifying dispute about whether it should be easier to...

On Portland’s streets: Anger, fear, and a fence that divides

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The party at the Salmon Street Springs fountain, a riverfront landmark in the heart of Portland, was just getting started....

MLB returns with thrills; red flags remain after 1st weekend

NEW YORK (AP) - The World Series champion Washington Nationals stood six feet apart along the first base line and watched as a banner...