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The FINANCIAL -- Bank of America announced that it directed more than $13 million in 2020 to Native American communities across the U.S. disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus. The funds included capital investments into Native American Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and philanthropic grants to nonprofits and institutions focused on meeting health, hunger and ...

The FINANCIAL -- The new Disney+ film, Safety, follows the true story of Ray-Ray McElrathbey, a freshman football player for Clemson University, who secretly raised his younger brother on campus ...

The FINANCIAL -- Families in the Chicago area can now experience new ways to save money, while living better – and healthier – lives, with the opening of two new Walmart Health centers adjacent ...

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich supports second Trump impeachment: 'Least that we can do'. And he made it clear on Tuesday he supports a second impeachment of President Donald ...

The FINANCIAL -- White House spreads Presidential Message on Christmas, 2020. "The First Lady and I send our warmest wishes to all Americans as we celebrate Christmas. While our gatherings might ...

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