WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY> Trump declares victory in response to promising jobs report, falling unemployment > Labor Department releases surprising data as unemployment rate falls> CDC director says protesters should get tested for coronavirus > Officials remained concerned about virus spreading throughout protests; Gottlieb says it will take weeks to observe rise in cases from nationwide protests > Japan hopes to have a coronavirus vaccine in use by 2021 > Authors retract major COVID-19 paper on effects of hydroxychloroquine> Bankrupt J.C. Penney announces closure of 154 stores across the country > AAR’s Ian Jefferies says no place for hate, racism or bigotry in rail industry or society, says railways are backbone of US supply chain, notes Acela back onlineSurprise! The economic impact of the pandemic is seemingly beginning to ease. The U.S added 2.5 million jobs in May and the unemployment dropped to 13.3 percent as businesses begin to reopen after coronavirus-related closures, according to data released by the Labor Department on Friday. The numbers shattered economic expectations that there would be another steep rise in joblessness. The Dow Jones Industrial Average also rallied more than 700 points after the shocking jobs report. President TrumpDonald John TrumpUtah Lieutenant Gov. Cox leads Huntsman in close… Read full this story
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