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There may never be a 'silver bullet' for COVID-19: WHO
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Advent Health | Morning Blend
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Covid-19 testing: The different types and why is it so important?
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Latin America COVID-19 death toll rises past 200,000
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Biden holds slight edge over Trump in key states ahead of early votingWith Election Day just three months away and early voting fast approaching, the CBS News Battleground Tracker shows Joe Biden with a lead over President Trump in..
2020 Election Live Updates: When Will Biden Announce His Running Mate?Joe Biden is making a new effort to challenge President Trump in Ohio. And in Maricopa County, Ariz., Joe Arpaio is seeking a return as sheriff at age 88.
Microsoft poised to purchase TikTok amid national security concernsPresident Trump apparently is halting his plan to shut down the popular video app TikTok in the U.S. The Reuters News Agency reports that the president will give..
Donald Trump's tone deaf '911' campaign ad is a slap in the face to seniorsTrump's recent '911' ad, meant to show America under Biden, is tone deaf and offensive to seniors while also showing his misunderstanding of America.
These Conservatives Have a Laser Focus: ‘Owning the Libs’On The Federalist and in Fox News appearances, some of President Trump’s supporters don’t really defend him. They attack the critics.
Post Malone claims he's seen several UFOs over the years
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One-Third of New York’s Small Businesses May Be Gone ForeverSmall-business owners said they have exhausted federal and local assistance, and see no end in sight after months of sharp revenue drops. Now, many are closing..
Lord & Taylor: Bankruptcy
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Storm Isaias brushes off Florida, heads up East Coast
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back home after hospitalizationJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who underwent a "minimally invasive" procedure earlier this week," is back home and doing well, the Supreme Court said.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recovering Following Medical Procedure
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for non-surgical procedureIf Ginsburg were forced to leave the court, President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans would try to expand the court's conservative majority.
Justice Ginsburg in the Hospital AgainShe underwent a “minimally invasive” procedure to repair a bile duct stent and is expected to be released this week.
Justice Ginsburg undergoing treatment for cancer
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As Japan considers resuming international travel amid COVID-19, one US state is under considerationJapan is considering allowing travelers from certain areas to travel there again during the coronavirus pandemic, including one U.S. state: Hawaii.
Hurricane Douglas skirts north of Hawaii; Texas cleans up from Hurricane HannaHawaii dodged the worst affects of Hurricane Douglas on Monday, forecasters reported, as the storm swirled by just north of the islands.
Southwest, Delta, American issue flight waivers as Hawaii braces for Hurricane DouglasAirlines are issuing flight waivers as Hawaii braces for the impact of Hurricane Douglas amid the already crippling coronavirus pandemic.
AP Top Stories July 27 AHere's the latest for Monday July 27th: Portland protesters dispersed amid gas, explosions; China takes over former US consulate; Hurricane Hanna downgraded;..
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