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Edmunds: Best updated cars for 2020

This photo provided by Audi shows the Audi Q7, a three-row midsize luxury SUV that has received a number of notable updates for 2020, including a dual-screen infotainment system. (Courtesy of Audi via AP)

To stay fresh after a few years on sale, automakers update their lineup with fresh styling, the latest tech, and more powerful and efficient powertrains

AmEx shifts hundreds of salespeople to collections work

AmEx has been battered by the global pandemic, which has stunted global travel and crimped spending on its cards as consumers around the world have been ordered to stay inside.

Analysis: The end of life as we know it? Get real.

A man walks a dog as oil tankers sit offshore Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in Huntington Beach, Calif. About three dozen tankers are parked between Long Beach and the San Francisco Bay Area with nowhere to go due to lack of demand and nowhere to store the oil. (Mark J. Terrill/AP Photo)

If history is any guide, once a vaccine has been found and the economic storm has passed, life will return pretty much to the way it was before.

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Virus deaths hit 100,000 and US funeral business is in trouble

A pedestrian walks past the English Bros Funeral Home in April as a casket is unloaded in the Brooklyn borough of New York. (Seth Wenig/AP Photo)

It’s one of the strange new realities of this deadly pandemic: The funeral industry, of all things, is getting crushed. In fact, business is so bad that funeral directors worry it might never fully recover.

Ship crews stuck at sea face a 'humanitarian crisis'

A kite surfer rides as oil tankers sit offshore Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in Huntington Beach, Calif. About three dozen tankers are parked between Long Beach and the San Francisco Bay Area with nowhere to go due to lack of demand and nowhere to store the oil amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Mark J. Terrill/AP Photo)

More than 200,000 seafarers stuck on merchant ships carrying everything from medical supplies to grain and oil are at increasing risk of mental and physical fatigue as port restrictions and canceled flights snarl the ability of vessels to change...

Proceeding with caution: Casinos hit road to recovery

Elvira Cruz Vallejo disinfects slot machines in the Great Cedar Casino as employees at Foxwoods Resort Casino clean and disinfect the property Thursday, May 28, 2020, in preparation for a limited opening planned for June 1.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun will reopen to the public Monday morning for the first time since voluntarily closing the night of March 17.