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There have been more than 88,000 coronavirus-related deaths in the US

According to Johns Hopkins University’s tally of cases in the United States, there are at least 1,471,674 cases of coronavirus in the country and at least 88,836 people have died ...

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A new state may appear in the USA

For the second time in their recent history, residents of the island state of Puerto Rico will participate in a referendum on the full inclusion of the country in the ...

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In Maryland, protesters demanded that the local governor relax quarantine conditions

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While Donald Trump is thinking about renewing WHO funding and the amounts he is ready to allocate for this, protest activity is growing in the US states. People are tired ...

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Trump: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google “fully control the left radicals”

U.S. President Donald Trump said Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google “have full control over left-wing radicals,” saying the administration is working “to correct this illegal situation. Commenting on a video ...

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Hash oil factory blast injures 11 firefighters in Los Angeles

A blast at a hash oil factory in Los Angeles has injured 11 firefighters who were caught by a ball of flame as they worked to put out a blaze. ...

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Trump downplayed the coronavirus threat from the start

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Trump has minimized the battle from the start. He downplayed the coronavirus threat to avoid disturbing election-year economic growth. Once he could no longer avoid it, the President followed rather ...

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Trump focuses on enemies rather than coronavirus

On Twitter, Trump devotes less attention to the pandemic than to punching political enemies. At a White House press conference last week, he signaled how casually he takes his responsibilities ...

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Obama on US coronavirus leadership: That’s how little kids think

Former US President Barack Obama delivered scathing criticism of how the coronavirus pandemic has been handled by American leaders during a second commencement address on Saturday. Obama did not name ...

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Mitt Romney: Trump’s firing of Steve Linick, a threat to accountable democracy

internal government oversight officials, calling it a “threat to accountable democracy.” Romney’s comments came in response to Trump’s Friday firing of State Department Inspector General Steve Linick — the latest ...

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Wall Street: US major stock indices minus

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The major US stock indices show a moderate decline as market participants try to overcome oppressive macroeconomic data and increasing tension between the US and China. The US Department of ...

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