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Leaders in the fight against coronavirus testify on Capitol Hill

Many now question some of the nation's leading experts how soon we should expect a vaccine

(ABC News) — Wednesday the nation’s top leaders in the fight against coronavirus were on the hot seat on Capitol Hill testifying on how the United States has responded to the pandemic. One of the questions they were asked was how soon should we expect a vaccine and how susceptible are Americans to the virus? ABC’s Zohreen Shah has details….

Wells Fargo CEO apologizes for comments about ‘qualified blacks’ in industry

Wells Fargo CEO apologizes saying it is 'my own unconscious bias'

By  KEN SWEET AP Business Writer (ABC NEWS) — NEW YORK — Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf apologized Wednesday for comments he made suggesting it is difficult to find qualified Black executives in the financial industry. Scharf said in a memo to employees “there is a very limited pool of Black talent to recruit from” in corporate America. The memo…

Walmart gears up for busy holiday season

The retail giant announced a new experience for shoppers over holiday season

(ABC NEWS)—- Walmart is gearing up for the busy holiday shopping season with a new experience. Shopping will look different for many stores amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the retail giant announced Wednesday how it will change based on evolving customer needs. Three key areas of Walmart’s updated experience include earlier holiday shopping deals, increased online sales, thousands of new staff hires…

One officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case

ABC NEWS– Wednesday, the Kentucky Attorney General announced that one of the officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor earlier this year has been indicted. A total of three Louisville Metro Police officers were put under possible criminal investigation, but only one of the three learned his fate today. ABC’s Reena Roy has the latest details. Categories: National…

CDC debates how coronavirus travels

The United States is closing in on 200 thousand cases of COVID-19

(ABC News) — The coronavirus death toll here in the U.S. is nearing 200,000. As ABC’S Romina Puga reports coronavirus confusion continues after  the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) goes back and forth over how the disease actually travels. Categories: Health, National News, Politics