Juneteenth holiday, Federal Reserve meeting, coronavirus news & more: What’s trending today

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Get the latest coronavirus news from around the world, read about what the Federal Reserve had to say about the economy, a new federal holiday and see more stories trending online today.

Top stories

Congress approves bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday (AP)

Fed keeps key rate near zero but moves up forecasts for initial rate hikes to 2023 amid upbeat outlook, stronger inflation (USA Today)

Federal Reserve Will Continue Supporting The Economy Despite Surging Prices (NPR)

11 Republican senators agree to bipartisan infrastructure deal (CBS)

Far apart at first summit, Biden and Putin agree to steps on cybersecurity, arms control (Reuters)

5 takeaways from the summit between Biden and Putin (CNN)

Coronavirus news

People hospitalized with COVID-19 now have one overwhelming thing in common. They’re not vaccinated (USA Today)

More dangerous ‘delta’ strain now classified ‘variant of concern’ in U.S.—here’s what that means for you (CNBC)

Dentists see rise in cosmetic dentistry requests as pandemic restrictions ease (NBC)

Nearly 900 New Yorkers got expired COVID-19 vaccine doses in Times Square (CBS News)

US Open tennis tournament to allow 100% fan capacity in 2021 (AP)

Other trending headlines

Heat wave worsens across the American West, raising concerns of power outages and wildfires (CNBC)

Dead ‘murder hornet’ near Seattle is 1st found in US in 2021 (AP)

Kim Jong-un admits North Korea facing a ‘tense’ food shortage (BBC)

An internet outage affects company websites in Australia and beyond (NY Times)

Father’s Day 2021: Here are the best Amazon deals for last minute gifts (cleveland.com)

Koepka-DeChambeau Feud Is Creating A Lot Of Buzz In World Of Golf (NPR)

Botswana diamond could be world’s third largest (BBC)

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