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Midnight ban on TikTok app in U.S. postponed by federal judge

A federal judge on Sunday postponed a Trump administration order that would have banned the popular video sharing app TikTok at midnight in the U.S.

Western wildfire effects threaten 'Croptober' marijuana harvest

Even if crops aren't destroyed in the more than 5 million acres of wildfires, massive amounts of smoke and ash will take a toll, experts say

Confidence in Detroit's future through coronavirus

Small business owners discuss how they are working to overcome difficulties during the pandemic and whether their companies can survive

Bankruptcy through coronavirus: Confidence in Detroit's future

The Detroit News followed up with six business owners to see whether they can get past the challenges of a pandemic.

Did John James create 100 jobs? Here's what we found

GOP Senate candidate John James has said his family's Detroit company has created 100 jobs. But economic experts cast doubt on the company's data

37-year Alpena family grocery closes, growing concerns about fewer shopping options

"The online shopping, the other things that affected us, really just all caught up with us during the pandemic," president Bryan Neiman said

Pfizer urged to delay seeking vaccine approval until November

A letter, sent by 60 researchers and bioethicists, followed reports that Pfizer's clinical trial will yield conclusive results in October.

MI Dream Home: 9,600 square-foot Torch Lake estate sits on 3 acres with private park, beach area

Located in Kewadin, this home was built around 2016 and offers 1,100 feet of water frontage with stone patios, private decking and your very own par

Google, Youtube to block political ads after election polls close

Given the likelihood of delayed results, ads referencing the 2020 election, the candidates or its outcome will be paused

'Complete mess': Wall Street fears volatility long after election day

President Trump has all but promised to dispute the election outcome if he loses. Wall Street's taking him at his word.

Stocks post solid gains as technology shares lead rally

U.S. stocks are closing with solid gains Friday, the latest shift in a recent stretch of turbulence for the market

Google parent agrees to $310M misconduct lawsuit settlement

Google's parent company has reached a $310M settlement in a shareholder lawsuit over its treatment of allegations of executives' sexual misconduct

Company to pay $60M for deceptive marketing with pelvic mesh

A company that failed to adequately inform women of dangerous side effects related to permanent pelvic mesh devices will be required to pay $60M

Google's search business targeted in US antitrust case

The U.S. government is readying an antitrust lawsuit accusing Google of crushing competition to protect and extend its monopoly
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