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Dr Birx Calls Out Three Major US Cities That Definitely Shouldn't Re-Open Right Now [Video]

Dr Birx Calls Out Three Major US Cities That Definitely Shouldn't Re-Open Right Now

Dr. Deborah Birx is the lead coordinator of the White House coronavirus task force. According to Business Insider, she expressed her concern on Friday about lingering outbreaks in three major US..

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NBA great Patrick Ewing announces he has tested positive for coronavirus [Video]

NBA great Patrick Ewing announces he has tested positive for coronavirus

NBA great and current Georgetown University basketball coach Patrick Ewing announces on social media he has tested positive for coronavirus

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Washington, D.C. flags at half-staff to remember COVID-19 victims [Video]

Washington, D.C. flags at half-staff to remember COVID-19 victims

Flags were at half-staff on Friday at the White House, the Capitol and other federal buildings after President Donald Trump made the order to honor the victims of the coronavirus. The flags will be at..

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Donald Trump moves forward with G7 plans [Video]

Donald Trump moves forward with G7 plans

US President Donald Trump, having cancelled the planned summer G7 meeting, said on Wednesday he was now considering rescheduling the event in Washington DC. The White House incumbent said it would be a..

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Economic burden 'has not been evenly spread' -Fed Chair [Video]

Economic burden 'has not been evenly spread' -Fed Chair

“We are in the midst of an economic downturn without modern precedent... and while the burden is widespread, it's not evenly spread" Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said before speaking to..

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Parts of NY, VA and MD reopen in patchwork start [Video]

Parts of NY, VA and MD reopen in patchwork start

Less populated areas of New York, Virginia and Maryland took their first steps towards lifting lockdowns on Friday, part of a patchwork approach to the coronavirus pandemic that has been shaped by..

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National Symphony Orchestra performs online during lockdown [Video]

National Symphony Orchestra performs online during lockdown

The "NSOatHome" performances and videos are produced by the NSO musicians themselves at home while social distancing. Video source: National Symphony Orchestra / John F. Kennedy Center for the..

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Robert Downey Jr. switching from Marvel to DC to produce Netflix show [Video]

Robert Downey Jr. switching from Marvel to DC to produce Netflix show

Robert Downey Jr. is swapping Marvel comic books for DC by producing the new family-friendly Netflix series Sweet Tooth.

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Vande Bharat Mission: Stranded Indians board special flight from US to return home [Video]

Vande Bharat Mission: Stranded Indians board special flight from US to return home

Over 240 stranded Indians on May 13 boarded the special Air India flight from Washington DC to fly back home as part of Vande Bharat Mission amid the travel restrictions due to the coronavirus..

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President Trump honours VE Day in Washington DC [Video]

President Trump honours VE Day in Washington DC

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania were joined by US veterans during a wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate VE Day in Washington DC.

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Biden tweets his support for USWNT after equal pay lawsuit setback [Video]

Biden tweets his support for USWNT after equal pay lawsuit setback

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tweets his support for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team after setback in equal pay lawsuit

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A flyover tribute in D.C. honoring healthcare workers [Video]

A flyover tribute in D.C. honoring healthcare workers

Air Force Thunderbirds and the U.S. Navy Blue Angels staged a flyover in Washington D.C. Saturday to honor the front-line workers fighting the coronavirus outbreak.

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Trump Calls House's Extended Recess A 'Vacation' [Video]

Trump Calls House's Extended Recess A 'Vacation'

Democratic leaders said lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives will not return to Washington. According to Reuters, plans were changed because of the continued risk of getting infected with..

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U.S. House Will Not Return Next Week Due To "Risk" Of Coronavirus [Video]

U.S. House Will Not Return Next Week Due To "Risk" Of Coronavirus

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives will not return to Washington next week as planned. A top House Democrat said the decision was made due to the continuing risk of coronavirus infection...

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Trump: Dems 'enjoying' vacation, should come back [Video]

Trump: Dems 'enjoying' vacation, should come back

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday blasted House Democrats after Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said the U.S. House will not return to Washington next week as planned citing health concerns amid a..

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Pompeo Says They May Never Resotre Funding For The World Health Organization [Video]

Pompeo Says They May Never Resotre Funding For The World Health Organization

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the World Health Organization needs an overhaul. According to Reuters, he said Washington may never restore WHO funding after the coronavirus pandemic...

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COVID-19 Fatalities In US Reach Grim Milestone [Video]

COVID-19 Fatalities In US Reach Grim Milestone

The United States has seen more than 40,000 people die from the novel coronavirus as of Sunday. According to Reuters, that's the highest fatality rate in the world and almost double the number of..

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Demonstrators place fake body bags outside D.C.'s Trump Hotel [Video]

Demonstrators place fake body bags outside D.C.'s Trump Hotel

Chanting "Trump lies, people die!" demonstrators in Washington, D.C. placed fake body bags outside the Trump Hotel and called for Trump's resignation over his handling of the coronavirus crisis.

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Sport could resume in empty stadiums says top U.S. disease expert [Video]

Sport could resume in empty stadiums says top U.S. disease expert

The NFL campaign and an abbreviated baseball season may be possible if games are played without fans and players are kept in lockdown according to U.S. President Donald Trump’s leading infectious..

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White House coronavirus advisor Fauci suggests sports could restart under limited circumstances [Video]

White House coronavirus advisor Fauci suggests sports could restart under limited circumstances

VIDEO SHOWS: U.S. DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND MEMBER OF THE WHITE HOUSE CORONAVIRUS TASK FORCE DR. ANTHONY FAUCI BEING INTERVIEWED ON SNAPCHAT /

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White House corona virus advisor Fauci suggests sports could restart under limited circumstances [Video]

White House corona virus advisor Fauci suggests sports could restart under limited circumstances

Trump advisor Fauci see path to play in empty stadiums and strict quarantine

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Uneven Jobs, High Unemployment Through 2021 [Video]

Uneven Jobs, High Unemployment Through 2021

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The trillions of dollars in cash and loans unleashed by the Federal Reserve and U.S. political leaders in recent weeks is meant to build a financial bridge for the country to get..

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Biden: Trump slow to use powers on coronavirus [Video]

Biden: Trump slow to use powers on coronavirus

Former US vice president Joe Biden on Sunday said President Donald Trump had been "awful slow" to use the powers of his office in the fight against the new coronavirus. Biden, who has all but clinched..

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