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Financial Relief for Businesses Still Available

After the deadline was met on Tuesday (June 30) for businesses to apply for financial help from the Paycheck Protection Program, the House wanted to extend it a second time. The new deadline is August 8. There is still about $130 billion left in the program for businesses to access. The money is available on a completely forgivable basis if ...

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Home Sales Still Down from COVID-19

Showing a drop to the lowest levels in more than nine years, home sales are finally starting to rise above record lows. Home prices have also risen by the smallest amount seen in about eight years. The cause continues to be coronavirus, which still has people largely unwilling to get out and look at homes to buy. Some areas are ...

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President Trump Wants U.S. Troop Reduction in Germany

President Trump announced on Friday that he wants to reduce the number of U.S. troops in Germany by about a quarter. This would bring down the number of troops stationed there to 25,000 from 34,500. The actual order has not yet been given. In recent months, there has been friction between the U.S. and Germany, largely because Germany has not ...

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