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'We're very far apart': Coronavirus relief negotiations left in uncertainty after Congress leaves for the weekendBoth sides push for a compromise by the end of the week, but progress on a deal has bogged down.
Alcoholism treatment is potentially effective against COVID-19
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Health experts warn U.S. cities of 'trouble ahead'
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Thousands still without power in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut days after Tropical Storm IsaiasTropical Storm Isaias ripped through New Jersey with winds reaching close to 70 mph,
New York sues to break up the NRA
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Pinellas County sisters hope to raise thousands for pediatric cancer with virtual lemonade stand
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The Denver Broncos are misting their players to protect against COVID-19. Does it actually work?The Broncos are using a walk-through sanitizing booth that mists players with a non-toxic spray called microSURE that claims to create "tiny spikes."
Video of Trump Saying Kids Are 'Nearly Immune' to COVID-19 Removed From Social Media
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COVID compounds Pennsylvania's fracking industry problems"If the industry were a patient, we could say that it has a number of pre-existing conditions, and that's made the prognosis in the wake of COVID-19 way more..
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