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One of the four census regions of the United States of America

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Midwestern United States: One of the four census regions of the United States of America
The Midwestern United States, often referred to simply as the Midwest, is one of four census regions of the United States Census Bureau. It occupies the northern central part of the United States. It was officially named the North Central Region by the Census Bureau until 1984. It is located between the Northeastern United States and the Western United States, with Canada to its north and the Southern United States to its south.

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U.S. hospitals strained amid COVID-19 surge [Video]

U.S. hospitals strained amid COVID-19 surge

Several U.S. states, many of them in the Midwest, reported record single-day increases in COVID-19 infections on Thursday, further evidence that the pandemic is accelerating anew as cooler weather..

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The US Faces 3rd And Deadliest Wave Of COVID Yet [Video]

The US Faces 3rd And Deadliest Wave Of COVID Yet

The US has entered its third wave of coronavirus infections. New cases are spiking in the Midwest, according to reports from Business Insider. Public-health experts worry this wave could be the..

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COVID-19 cases rise to record highs in Midwest [Video]

COVID-19 cases rise to record highs in Midwest

[NFA] Wisconsin and other states in the U.S. Midwest are battling a surge in COVID-19 cases, with new infections and hospitalizations rising to record levels - a sign of a nationwide resurgence as..

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COVID-19 Cases Surging In The Midwest, Western States [Video]

COVID-19 Cases Surging In The Midwest, Western States

COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in the US, according to Business Insider. This is especially true in Midwestern and western states. Experts predict this is the start of a second wave of the..

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U.S. records over 7 million COVID-19 cases [Video]

U.S. records over 7 million COVID-19 cases

The number of novel coronavirus cases in the United States topped 7 million - more than 20% of the world's total - as Midwest states reported spikes in COVID-19 infections in September, according to a..

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U.S. COVID-19 deaths near 190,000 [Video]

U.S. COVID-19 deaths near 190,000

Cases are surging in Iowa and South Dakota, and the top U.S. infectious disease expert warned "we need to be doing much better." This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

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Beachgoers seek relief as heat wave bakes California [Video]

Beachgoers seek relief as heat wave bakes California

A dangerous heat wave was baking swaths of the western United States through the weekend, and many locations in California registered record-high temperatures on Sunday. Libby Hogan reports.

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Trump making Kenosha trip to 'increase love' [Video]

Trump making Kenosha trip to 'increase love'

[NFA] GRAPHIC WARNING: Despite calls from local officials to reconsider the visit to the Midwestern city as emotions are still running high in the wake of Jacob Blake's death, President Donald Trump on..

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U.S. coronavirus cases top 6 million [Video]

U.S. coronavirus cases top 6 million

U.S. cases of the novel coronavirus surpassed 6 million on Sunday as many states in the Midwest reported increasing infections, according to a Reuters tally. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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Even with Roe intact, access to abortion is hanging on by a thread in states across the South and Midwest.
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COVID-19 cases rise in Midwest states as Wisconsin outbreak accelerates

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Midwest states are reporting more COVID-related deaths as well as new positive cases, prompting officials to implore residents to stay home. Meg Oliver reports.
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Report shows Biden gaining ground in Midwest states

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Coronavirus cases are trending upward in the U.S., which could lead to new restrictions to keep the virus under control. In the Midwest, daily cases are spiking in nearly every state. Lilia Luciano has..
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In Final Stretch, Biden Defends Lead Against Trump’s Onslaught

The president is attempting to overtake his Democratic challenger with a strategy of racial polarization in heavily white Midwestern states, even as Democrats make inroads in the Republican-leaning..
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Historic flooding cripples Midwest; Formerly homeless student heading to dream school
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Swift Storm Left Iowa in Tatters

Nearly two weeks after a destructive derecho storm swept through the Midwest, residents of eastern Iowa are still digging themselves out.
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Extreme heat wave hits West Coast as Midwest cleans up from derecho storm

The heat wave in the West is shattering dozens of temperature records. Meanwhile Iowa is still assessing damage from a powerful derecho. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli..
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Democrats call on Midwest voters to unite for win

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders and rising stars in the liberal wing of the Democratic Party are calling on Democrats from key Midwestern states to work together to defeat President Donald Trump. (Aug...
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How to Help Derecho Victims in the Midwest

A week after a series of storms devastated certain areas of the Midwest, people are still in dire need of support.
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Michigan Governor Whitmer on her DNC speech, Democratic nominee Biden's chances in the Midwest

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer joined "CBS This Morning" to discuss her speech at the Democratic National Convention, and how she sees Democratic nominee Joe Biden's chances of turning her state..
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Nasty winter storm slams Midwest, heads east

A thick snowfall, blustery winds and fresh layers of ice confronted the Midwest Monday as local governments struggled to meet another winter challenge. Winter weather advisories are in effect across..
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Cold paralyzes Midwest, South facing snow

Dangerous wind chills are causing schools closures, flight cancellations and slowed public transit in the Midwest. Also, winter storm warnings are in effect across a huge portion of the South. CBS News..
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Bitter cold impacts millions from Midwest to Northeast

The eastern half of the county is experiencing more dangerous icy weather. CBS Minneapolis station WCCO's Nina Moini tracks the freezing temperatures.
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1/6: Dangerous cold grips the Midwest; Photographer conquers waves with flippers and a camera

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1/5: Dangerous cold invades upper Midwest; deadly plane crash in Aspen

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Wind chill warning from Montana to Alabama

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Bitter blast of Arctic air hits upper Midwest, Plains

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The powerful storms, which covered hundreds of miles, brought winds exceeding 100 miles per hour to Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois and Indiana.
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The storm caused widespread property damage and left hundreds of thousands without power.
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Americans risk COVID-19 spread in push for normalcy

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Schools Debate Closing as Students and Staff Test Positive

As schools in the South and the Midwest reopen this week, officials must decide what steps to take as staff members and students test positive.
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States like Missouri, Illinois and Wisconsin are riding a frustrating seesaw during the pandemic, with new coronavirus cases rising again after apparent progress.
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