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Walmart's Sam’s Club Launches Contact-Free Curbside Pickup Nationwide

Sam’s Club announced it will be launching contact-free, curbside pickup. The service will be free for Plus-level members and is expected to be available in all clubs by the end of June.
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Healthy Choice Frozen Meals Recalled After Customers Found Rocks in Products

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has expanded its recall of some Healthy Choice frozen meals because the products may contain rocks. Find out which products here on RADIO.COM.
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Why Costco Can Force You To Wear A Mask When You Shop

It seems Costco has often been at the center of the simmering debate over required protective masks in stores and other public places. See what the controversy is all about right now.
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The Original 'Hamilton' Is Coming to Disney Plus on July 3

The wildly popular musical “Hamilton” starring Lin-Manuel Miranda as Alexander Hamilton is foregoing its theatrical plans and releasing the rap-musical on Disney+ next year. Read on for more details.
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Surveillance Camera Catches Inmates Trying to Infect Themselves With Coronavirus

Two groups of inmates at a Los Angeles County jail tried to infect themselves with the coronavirus by sharing water and a mask, and within two weeks, 30 prisoners tested positive, according to the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.
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Facebook, Google to Allow Employees to Work From Home Through 2020

Big companies like Facebook and Google are allowing many of their employees to work from home through the end of 2020. It is unconfirmed if other tech companies will follow suit. See the details.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Hospitalized With Infection, Participates in Obamacare Arguments via Phone

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, kicked off Wednesday by participating in telephone Obamacare-related arguments from her bed at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where she’s been since Tuesday for an infection caused by a gallstone.
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Researchers Test Wearable Smart Device to Track Subtle COVID-19 Symptoms

Researchers at Northwestern University and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab in Chicago, Illinois have developed a wearable smart device they hope will detect signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
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U.S. Coronavirus Cases Surpass 1 Million, Data Shows

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. surpassed 1 million on Tuesday, data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows. See the details.
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With Stimulus Checks on the Way, Authorities Say Beware of Scammers

Stimulus checks are expected to be deposited right into Americans’ bank accounts this week, but authorities warn the public to watch out for scammers who may try to virtually pickpocket your information.
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