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Here's the latest for Wednesday May 6th: Trump tours face mask plant; Coronavirus deaths dropping in NY, rising in other areas; Hawaii lifting coronavirus restrictions; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized.
 
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TOKYO — A Japanese aquarium is asking you to video call its eels for fear of them forgetting who we are. Sumida Aquarium in Tokyo says that social isolation is even affecting its eels. The claim comes after caretakers spotted garden eels burrowing down into the sand as they passed the...

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Despite vaccines in development, the head of the World Health Organization cautioned that the treatments had yet to prove effective and might only convey protection for a short time. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

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Covid-19 testing: The different types and why is it so important?

The Government has announced two new tests for coronavirus and flu, which canreturn results in just 90 minutes, are to be deployed in hospitals, care homesand laboratories from next week. The tests have been hailed as a crucialinstrument in the fight against the pandemic, especially as the UK heads intothe colder months. There are two types of test; the swab test and the finger-prick test, used to test if a person has Covid-19 or once had the virus. Thetwo current test available has some setbacks, mainly being the amount of timeit takes to process results, between 24-72 hours to get results. The mainthing with the news test, yet to be introduced, is the speed with which theyare able to detect not just Covid-19, but also other seasonal illnesses. Thiswill be crucial as Britain heads into winter, as will easily identify ifsufferers will need to self-isolate.

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Latin America COVID-19 death toll rises past 200,000 [Video]

Latin America COVID-19 death toll rises past 200,000

The number of recorded Coronavirus deaths in Latin America doubles in just over a month.

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Biden holds slight edge over Trump in key states ahead of early voting

With 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..
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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.
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Microsoft poised to purchase TikTok amid national security concerns

President 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..
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Donald Trump's tone deaf '911' campaign ad is a slap in the face to seniors

Trump's recent '911' ad, meant to show America under Biden, is tone deaf and offensive to seniors while also showing his misunderstanding of America.

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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.
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While appearing on 'The Joe Rogan Experience,' Malone recalled the first time he allegedly saw an unexplained aerial phenomenon in New York at the age of 16.

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One-Third of New York’s Small Businesses May Be Gone Forever

Small-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..
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Lord & Taylor: Bankruptcy [Video]

Lord & Taylor: Bankruptcy

New York (CNN Business) Becoming the latest of many retailers to declare bankruptcy during the coroanvirus pandemic, department store Lord & Taylor has filed for Chapter 11. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Sunday, according to court documents. The bankruptcy comes almost a year after fashion rental subscription service Le Tote, Inc. bought the company for $75 million. Before that, Hudson's Bay Company acquired Lord & Taylor in 2012.

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Storm Isaias brushes off Florida, heads up East Coast [Video]

Storm Isaias brushes off Florida, heads up East Coast

Isaias, downgraded from a hurricane but still a powerful tropical storm, moved along Florida's eastern coast on Sunday, bringing strong winds but no longer posing a storm surge threat. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back home after hospitalization

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who underwent a "minimally invasive" procedure earlier this week," is back home and doing well, the Supreme Court said.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recovering Following Medical Procedure [Video]

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recovering Following Medical Procedure

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is resting comfortably in the hospital following a medical procedure. According to CNN, the procedure was done to replace a bile duct stent that was originally placed last year. The minimally invasive non-surgical procedure was confirmed by the Supreme Court in a statement released Wednesday. Bader Ginsburg's hospitalization comes less than two weeks after she announced her cancer had returned. Chief Justice Ginsburg is 87-years-old.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for non-surgical procedure

If Ginsburg were forced to leave the court, President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans would try to expand the court's conservative majority.

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Justice Ginsburg in the Hospital Again

She underwent a “minimally invasive” procedure to repair a bile duct stent and is expected to be released this week.
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Justice Ginsburg undergoing treatment for cancer [Video]

Justice Ginsburg undergoing treatment for cancer

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, at 87 the U.S. Supreme Court's oldest member, said on Friday she is receiving chemotherapy treatment for a recurrence of cancer, the latest in a series of health issues. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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As Japan considers resuming international travel amid COVID-19, one US state is under consideration

Japan is considering allowing travelers from certain areas to travel there again during the coronavirus pandemic, including one U.S. state: Hawaii.

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Hurricane Douglas skirts north of Hawaii; Texas cleans up from Hurricane Hanna

Hawaii dodged the worst affects of Hurricane Douglas on Monday, forecasters reported, as the storm swirled by just north of the islands.

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Southwest, Delta, American issue flight waivers as Hawaii braces for Hurricane Douglas

Airlines are issuing flight waivers as Hawaii braces for the impact of Hurricane Douglas amid the already crippling coronavirus pandemic.

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Here'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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