It's the latest and perhaps unlikeliest COVID-19 trend — raising chickens. Tara Cook-Litman is a mom of three from Connecticut, the US, and she bought 13 chickens when the state went into lockdown.
Raising backyard chickens is latest quarantine trend
The dollar weakened to a two-year low as sharp increases in US coronavirus cases and flare-ups around the world weighed on investor confidence.
Dollar sinks to two-year low on concern over US virus toll
The euro area economy is for once set for a sprightlier recovery from crisis than the US, thanks to starkly different responses to the coronavirus.
Europe’s economy to outpace US in upending of past roles
US police used flash bangs, pepper spray and tear gas as protesters marched in cities across the country amid a wave of public anger over President Donald Trump's planned "surge" of federal agents into major metropolises.
US police, protesters clash amid nationwide rallies against racism
After the top of his screened enclosure caved in, Pascal the chameleon escaped into the wild under cloak of darkness, eluding capture — and hungry predators — during an eight-month Indian Harbour Beach adventure, News 6 partner Florida Today reported.
Pet chameleon finally caught after eight months on the run
The US Federal Reserve meets next week amid mixed signals on the health of the country’s economy, with some sectors bouncing back from the coronavirus-caused downturn and others struggling.
Federal Reserve convenes as virus puts US recovery on edge
Thousands of protesters gathered outside the federal courthouse in Portland into the early hours of Saturday, directing fireworks at the building as plumes of tear gas dispensed by US agents lingered above.
Protesters clash with US federal agents outside Portland courthouse
A TV reporter has thanked a viewer who suggested she have a lump on her throat checked after it led to a cancer diagnosis.
TV reporter diagnosed with cancer after eagle-eyed viewer spots lump on her neck
US police and security forces must not use disproportionate force against protesters and journalists in US cities including Portland or detain them unlawfully, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Friday.
UN rights office urges US to rein in police at protests

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