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Craig Brentwood said 2 years ago

Thieves swipe cell phones, cash from Queens store at gunpoint

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A pair of thieves threatened a Queens cell phone store employee with a gun before swiping a dozen cell phones and wads of cash, according to police and new video. The duo walked into the Metro PCS store on Parsons Boulevard near 75th Road in Kew Gardens
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Coronavirus pandemic fueling financial anxiety in U.S.

www.cbsnews.com - 32 minutes ago
New research from Northwestern Mutual shows Americans are actually saving more money during the coronavirus pandemic, though that's not the case for everyone. Northwestern Mutual's Chantel Bonneau Stewart joins CBSN with a closer look.
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Trump says he may swear in Amy Coney Barrett tonight after Senate vote

nypost.com - 34 minutes ago
Barrett is all but guaranteed confirmation by the Republican-held Senate on Monday evening. It's unclear when exactly the subsequent White House event will happen.
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Coronavirus and economy remain top issues on campaign trail

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With only eight days remaining until Election Day, the response to the coronavirus pandemic remains a top issue for voters. CBS News political contributor Joel Payne spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about the home stretch of the campaign.
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Over 20,000 Hungarian nurses reject relocation amid pandemic

nypost.com - 35 minutes ago
BUDAPEST – More than 20,000 nurses had signed a petition by Monday against a law passed by Hungary’s parliament this month that allows public healthcare workers to be relocated to another hospital for up to two years. Hungary, like other east European
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