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26 February 2020

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The best U.S. cities to find a job in 2020 (2)
By Khristopher J. Brooks February 26, 2020 / 7:48 AM / MoneyWatch Midsize U.S. cities are among the best places to find a job this year, according to a new report from careers website Glassdoor. The site analyzed the unemployment rate, job growth, cost of living and other factors in cities across the nation.
MLB Scout Scott Boras Grants Kobe Bryant's Final Wish, Grants Baseball Internship For Lexi Altobelli (2)
By Mon Basister 02/25/20 AT 11:45 PM KEY POINTS Kobe asked him to connect him with a baseball scout from South California, who happens to be Scott Boras The search is to secure John Altobelli's daughter to spend her internship with Boras' company Boras said that they will honor Kobe's final wish and offered intern position to Alexis Altobelli During Rob Pelinka's eulogy on Kobe Bryant's memorial, he revealed that the
Trump is furious with the CDC for doing its job (2)
Sonam Sheth 2020-02-26T14:25:17Z President Donald Trump at a news conference on Tuesday in New Delhi. Associated Press The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention carried out its responsibility Tuesday by warning the US public of an increased risk of a coronavirus outbreak within the country. The announcement enraged President Donald Trump, however, according to The Washington Post, because he believes the CDC's warnings spooked
2 cheetah cubs born via IVF for 1st time at Columbus Zoo (2)
The cubs were born to a surrogate mother. By Julia Jacobo February 26, 2020, 12:35 AM News headlines today: Feb. 25, 2020Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.Grahm S. Jones/Columbus Zoo and Aquarium Two cheetah cubs have been born via in vitro fertilization to a surrogate mother for the first time ever at the Columbus Zoo. The cubs, one male and one female, and their surrogate mother, Izzy, are
America's largest face mask manufacturer can't keep up with coronavirus demand (3)
By Robert Legare February 26, 2020 / 8:46 AM / CBS News U.S. economy takes hit in wake of coronavirus spread Washington - As international markets are left gasping from the effects of the spreading coronavirus, one American business is struggling to keep pace with the skyrocketing demand for its products. "It's a madhouse," said Mike Bowen, executive vice president and partner of Prestige Ameritech, the nation's largest surgical mask manufacturer.
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