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Salvation Army Kicks Off Holiday Drive Early

(CNN) - The Salvation Army says it already started its annual holiday fundraising campaign. The social services organization expects to serve up to 155% more people this year with Christmas assistance, but at the same time it could see…

100K Restaurants Close Because Of Pandemic

(CNN0 - A new survey shows the coronavirus has left the restaurant industry in limbo. The National Restaurant Association released the results of its survey Tuesday. The group says nearly 100,000 restaurants have closed either permanently or for the…

PTSD May Double Risk Of Dementia

(CNN) - A new study has found that people who experience post-traumatic stress disorder may be twice as likely to have dementia later in life. Those findings including people in the general population who had PTSD from abuse, car…

Dunkin' Adds DoorDash Delivery Option

(CNN) - Dunkin' is kicking off fall by expanding its delivery service. The coffee and donut chain announced it is partnering with DoorDash at 3,500 restaurants across the U.S. To kick off the partnership; the two companies have a…

Madonna To Direct Biopic About Her Life

(CNN) - Madonna says she will direct an upcoming biopic about her life and career. The 62-year-old singer is currently co-writing the film with Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody. It will follow the Material Girl's rise to fame, from her…

Former Nissan Executive Pleads Not Guilty

(CNN) - Former Nissan executive Greg Kelly pleaded not guilty as his trial opened in Tokyo on Tuesday. Kelly is being accused of helping Carlos Ghosn under-report his income at the company. He denied the allegations and said he…

Study: Blood Type Affects COVID-19 Risk

Sacramento, CA (KOVR) - A new study believes blood type is associated with coronavirus risk. Scientists at genetics company 23andMe looked at more than one million DNA samples. According to its data, people with blood type "O" tend to…

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