Trump opens door to in-person G7 June meeting amid coronavirus

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he may seek to revive a face-to-face meeting of G7 leaders near Washington, after earlier canceling the in-person gathering of world leaders amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. “I am considering

Powerful cyclone tears into India, Bangladesh, killing five

KOLKATA/DHAKA (Reuters) – A powerful cyclone killed at least five people as it swept through eastern India and Bangladesh on Wednesday, accompanied by a storm surge that swamped embankments and destroyed hundreds of homes in low-lying coastal areas, officials said.

Man told to wear mask shoots Aurora Waffle House cook

A man is accused of shooting and wounding a Waffle House employee in suburban Denver the night after being asked to wear a face covering inside the restaurant, authorities said. Police in Aurora arrested Kelvin Watson, 27, on Monday on

Target's online sales surge eases coronavirus pain

(Reuters) – A surge in Target Corp’s (TGT.N) online sales due to panic buying during the coronavirus crisis helped the big-box retailer post better-than-expected quarterly results on Wednesday, even as it grappled with soaring operational costs. Target, like Walmart (WMT.N),

U.S. Senator Rubio sees consensus for extending paycheck loan program

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – There appears to be agreement in Washington to give companies more time to utilize their coronavirus aid under the Paycheck Protection Program, the head of the U.S. Senate’s small business committee said on Wednesday. Senator Marco Rubio

How photographer captured baby image amid coronavirus lockdown

BURNLEY, England (Reuters) – For Reuters photographer Hannah McKay, a recent trip to take pictures at a hospital in northern England required the kind of planning more typical of a foreign assignment. The coronavirus pandemic has brought huge changes to