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United will warn 36,000 workers they could be laid off this fall

By DAVID KOENIG

The flight attendants' union and other airline labor groups are lobbying Congress for another $25 billion to protect jobs through next March.

U District church building to be razed

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Christian Science Organization at the University of Washington has filed a plan to demolish its building at 4101 University Way N.E., which is generally a preparatory step to selling.


Virus kills funding of 37 projects in Oregon

A steep drop in lottery funds due to the COVID-19 crisis has killed the sale of $273 million in state bonds to pay for major projects in Oregon, the Bulletin newspaper of Bend reported Wednesday.


EU bets on clean hydrogen to decarbonize and boost economy

By SAMUEL PETREQUIN

The European Commission said so-called “green hydrogen” could meet about a quarter of the world's energy demands by 2050.


Walgreens dives into primary care with clinic expansion

By TOM MURPHY

It expects to open 500 to 700 primary care clinics in 30 markets in the next five years.


‘Desperation science' slows hunt for coronavirus drugs

By MARILYNN MARCHIONE

Desperate to solve the deadly conundrum of COVID-19, the world is clamoring for fast answers and solutions from a research system not built for haste.


RavnAir begins selling planes

Alaska aviation companies bought dozens of planes sold at auction by RavnAir Group, three months after the regional carrier filed for federal bankruptcy protection.


Frontier NW to pay $900K over fees

Frontier Communications Northwest will pay $900,000 to Washington state after an investigation by the attorney general's office found the company charged customers undisclosed fees and misled them about the speed of its internet service.


Borrowing down $18.3B in May

U.S. consumers reduced their borrowing for a third straight month in May as the millions of jobs lost because of the coronavirus pandemic made households less eager to take on new debt.


Amazon to pull Redskins merch

Seattle-based Amazon will begin pulling Washington Redskins football team merchandise from its online marketplace, according to Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson.


Wall Street gets back on track

By STAN CHOE, DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA

Wall Street's rally got back on track Wednesday after more gains for big technology stocks helped pull the S&P 500 to its sixth gain in seven days.


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