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Michael Benson is still rattled by what he says happened to his 15-year-old son Saturday afternoon.His face was slashed as he walked along Oak Avenue near Graves Avenue in Orange City."Everything was bloody. I mean he lost so much blood," Benson said.Benson says went to play basketball at a...
AKRON, Ohio — Akron police are investigating after they say an unknown male fired several rounds at two children playing basketball outside on Sunday afternoon. Around 4:30 p.m., officers responded to the 1400 block of Rockaway Street for a shots fired call. The 15-year-old boy told officers that he was playing...
AMC Theatres said Tuesday that its existing cash resources would be "largely depleted" by the end of 2020 or early 2021 because of the "reduced movie slate for the fourth quarter," as well as "the absence of significant increases in attendance from current levels." The company said it has two...
Given that they're just about everywhere, you may wonder how effective they actually are. Businesses and workplaces have pointed to plexiglass dividers as one tool they are using to keep people safe against the spread of the virus. But it's important to know there's little data to support their...
And yet, for many Democrats a constant anxiety -- that somehow seems to spike with each dose of good news -- persists. Four years on from Trump's stunning victory, the psychic wounds of Hillary Clinton's loss remain fresh. When a flurry of new polls were released this week that showed...
History suggests that in election years with one big issue (that isn't the economy), voters will elect the person they trust most to handle it. CNN's Harry Enten explains how the Covid-19 pandemic may influence the 2020 presidential election. The Story First Appeared on CNN
"Democrats are on fire," the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told lobbyists on a call recently, according to someone familiar with the comments, as he urged loyalists to help close the gap in the waning days of the campaign. McConnell was referring to the massive fundraising advantage Democratic campaigns...
It recalls one of his most memorable lines, as he took issue with a controversial standard for state aid to religious schools. He likened a decades-old rule -- criticized by justices but never overruled -- to "some ghoul in a late-night horror movie that repeatedly sits up in his...
"There is remote work, and then there is pandemic work," said Doug Merritt, president and CEO of San Francisco-based Splunk, a data platform company. "I am so much more tired at the end of the day, even though my hours are relativity consistent. The end of an office day...
"Overdraft fees are one of the biggest risks to the banking industry under a Biden presidency," said Nathan Dean, senior analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. "There will be real pressure from progressives to get tough on banks. This is the easiest way to do that," said Dean. Cowen Washington Research...