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The US now has more than 368,000 cases

The United States now has at least 368,196 cases of the coronavirus and 10,986 related deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. There were 30,576 new cases and 1,343 ...

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Sen. Chris Murphy: Trump’s “ignorance is a potential death sentence for thousands.”

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) on Sunday ripped President Donald Trump for being against stay-at-home orders until there has been a “massive breakout,” adding that Trump’s “ignorance is a potential death ...

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Colorado extends “stay at home” order for another two weeks

Colorado is extending its statewide “stay at home” order for another two weeks, said Gov. Jared Polis in a televised state address today. The extended order is now planned to ...

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Watchdog report finds severe shortages and significant challenges to US hospitals’ coronavirus response

America’s hospitals are dealing with “severe” and “widespread” shortages of needed medical supplies, hampering the ability to test and respond to coronavirus adequately and protect medical staff, according to a ...

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A fire at a Florida airport destroyed more than 3,500 rental cars

A fire that spread through a grassy area of Southwest Florida International Airport has destroyed thousands of rental cars, fire department officials said. The blaze began Friday, spanned 15 acres ...

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Yes California president Marcus Ruiz Evans: California could formulate its own foreign policy separate from Washington’s

v delivers a message to the people of the Islamic Republic of Iran. In his statement, he discusses some reasons why Californians want independence from the United States and how ...

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Donald Trump was late to accept the nature of the threat from the coronavirus pandemic

The United States is heading into one of the darkest chapters of its modern history so far deprived of the unifying and clear-sighted leadership that helped it prevail in earlier ...

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