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Toilet paper shortage during outbreak? Here's why

Finding toilet paper in a global pandemic is a struggle. Stores shelves are bare. Amazon is wiped out. And hoarding is only partly to blame – as it turns out, toilet paper is part of a very tight supply chain. (April 9)       

09th, April 2020, 05:56pm

U.S. jobless claims exceed six million for second straight week

The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits in the last three weeks has blown past 15 million, with weekly new claims topping 6 million for the second straight time last week amid tough measures to control the novel coronavirus outbreak that have abruptly ground the country to halt.

09th, April 2020, 05:21pm

U.S. weekly jobless claims top 6 million for second straight week

The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits in the last three weeks has topped 15 million, as weekly new claims topped 6 million for the second straight time last week as tough measures to control the novel coronavirus outbreak abruptly ground the country to halt.

09th, April 2020, 04:40pm

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