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UK car sales fall 97% in worst month since 1946

The UK car market suffered its worst month in more than seven decades in April as coronavirus restrictions forced dealerships to close, pushing sales of new vehicles down by more ...

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Many early Covid-19 cases in the UK came from Europe

Many of the early Covid-19 cases imported into the UK came from European countries, rather than China, the UK government’s chief scientific adviser Patrick Vallance said Tuesday. “Early in March ...

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At least 1,180,634 coronavirus cases in US; at least 68,934 deaths

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There are at least 1,180,634 cases of coronavirus in the US, according to Johns Hopkins University’s tally of cases in the United States. At least 68,934 people have died in ...

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Whitmer says she believes Biden on assault allegation

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D), frequently mentioned as a top contender for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s running mate, said Sunday that she believes Biden’s denial of a sexual ...

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134,000 people will die of Covid-19 in the United States based on Coronavirus model projects

An influential coronavirus model often cited by the White House is now forecasting that 134,000 people will die of Covid-19 in the United States, nearly double its previous prediction. The ...

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Illinois anti-lockdown protester waves Nazi slogan


An anti-lockdown protester in Illinois has been widely condemned for brandishing a sign bearing a Nazi slogan from the gates of Auschwitz concentration camp. The woman, who has not been identified, was part of a ...

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For the 5th time in two weeks, Trump tweaks projected death toll

Two weeks ago today, Donald Trump said he believed the overall American death toll from the coronavirus could be as low as 50,000 people. By the end of the week, the president’s ...

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Republican official claims he won’t wear a mask because God doesn’t wear one

In a brazenly ignorant call for defying social distancing and stay-at-home measures, a Republican official has declared that he refuses to wear a mask in public because God supposedly doesn’t ...

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More states are allowing certain businesses to open up, some as cases are increasing

Indiana, Kansas and Nebraska were among the states that allowed the reopening of some businesses on Monday even though they were seeing increasing cases, according to a New York Times ...

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Pence: ‘I should have worn a mask at the Mayo Clinic’

Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday said that he should have worn a mask when visiting the Mayo Clinic, a reversal that came after a harsh backlash for not adhering ...

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