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Biden makes first public appearance in months

Former Vice President Joe Biden marked Memorial Day on Monday by participating in a wreath-laying ceremony at a local veteran’s memorial near his Delaware home, in what was his first ...

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U.S. ambassador to Germany reportedly stepping down

Richard Grenell will step down as U.S. ambassador to Berlin in a few weeks, according to a report from German outlet Die Welt based on information from the German Press ...

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New York Times publishes names of 1,000 lives lost to coronavirus

The most important word on the front page of Sunday’s New York Times is “incalculable.” The total losses from the Covid-19 pandemic are, indeed, incalculable. The losses are greater than ...

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Trump admin: extended stay-at-home orders could be ‘unlawful’

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti received a letter from the Trump administration on Friday warning extended or “heavy-handed” stay-at-home orders may be illegal. “Reports of your recent public statements indicate ...

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Poll: National Latino support for Biden increases 11 points

Poll: National Latino support for Biden increases 11 points

A large majority of registered Latino voters support former Vice President Joe Biden over President Trump, according to a new poll released Tuesday. About 60 percent of registered Latino voters ...

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Food workers’ union says 68 grocery store workers have died from Covid-19

The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union said Wednesday that at least 68 grocery store workers at companies it represents have died as a result of the Covid-19 virus. ...

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Bill de Blasio: Latest coronavirus numbers show “a good day,” but we want great days

Two out of the three indicators the city measures have dropped as of Monday, said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio who added, “It’s a good day, we want ...

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Boston mayor says offices will start reopening on June 1

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said offices in the city will begin reopening on June 1, but there will be regulations in place to prevent a spike in coronavirus cases. Outside ...

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The US has nearly 92,000 deaths from coronavirus

The United States now has at least 1,528,661 cases of coronavirus and 91,938 related deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. The totals includes cases from all 50 states, the District ...

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New Jersey reports 12 cases of childhood illness possibly linked to Covid-19

New Jersey is now reporting twelve cases of multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), New Jersey State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said Tuesday. There have been no deaths reported so ...

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