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Auto sales rise 11% in 1Q on strong showing in March

U.S. auto sales rose more than 11% in the first quarter, as strong March sales far outpaced last year when coronavirus pandemic began ByThe Associated...

AP-NORC poll: Biden bolstered by strong marks on pandemic

WASHINGTON -- Americans are broadly supportive of President Joe Biden’s early handling of the coronavirus pandemic, a new poll finds, and approval of his...

Official: EU agency to confirm AstraZeneca blood clot link

ROME -- A top official at the European Medicines Agency says there is a causal link between AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine and rare blood clots,...

Belarus decries sanctions US reimposed on 9 state companies

Belarus’ Foreign Ministry has expressed regret over sanctions the United States reimposed on nine state-owned companies in the ex-Soviet country, citing human rights violations ByThe...

UK agency: Vaccination rates lowest among older Black people

New figures from Britain’s statistics agency show that older people from Black African backgrounds are more than seven times as likely as white Britons...

China’s Huawei says 2020 sales rose despite US sanctions

Chinese tech giant Huawei says it eked out a gain in sales and profit last year but growth plunged after U.S. sanctions damaged its...

US home prices soared in January by most in seven years

U.S. home prices increased at the fastest pace in seven years in January as the pandemic has fueled demand for single-family houses even as...

Asia shares fall on virus worries, despite strong China data

Asian shares are mostly lower despite data pointing to a strong economic recovery in China, as worries linger about the coronavirus pandemic By YURI KAGEYAMA...

Virgin Galactic rolls out latest generation of spaceship

Virgin Galactic rolled out its latest spaceship as the company gets ready to resume test flights in the coming months at its headquarters in...

Goodwill stores have a message: Please stop donating trash

Broken furniture. Flashlights with leaking batteries. Disfigured Barbie dolls. Across the country, thrift stores have been flooded by household items, the offerings of people who...