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Coronavirus updates: Nevada, New Mexico renew restrictions; Kentucky requires masks starting Friday; Oregon reports largest daily case count

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Kentucky Kentucky State in the southeastern United States

U.S. records over 25,000 COVID-19 deaths in July [Video]

U.S. records over 25,000 COVID-19 deaths in July

U.S. coronavirus deaths rose by over 25,000 in July and cases doubled in 19 states during the month, according to a Reuters tally. This report produced by Jonah Green.

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A resurgence in coronavirus infections has rocked the US South and West. It is now making its way to Midwestern states, according to reports at CNN. Anthony Fauci is the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. "What inevitably is going to happen is that the states that are not yet in trouble, will likely get into trouble," Dr. Anthony Fauci States including Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee are seeing an increase in positivity.

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Breonna Taylor autopsy, police radio files shouldn't be released yet, Kentucky AG says

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Nevada Nevada State in the United States

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Two airplanes have collided while battling a 500-acre wildfire in southeastern Nevada, according to authorities.

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Besides Lacking Beds, Eleven US States Face Critical Shortage Of ICU Medical Professionals [Video]

Besides Lacking Beds, Eleven US States Face Critical Shortage Of ICU Medical Professionals

As COVID-19 infections surge, health care professionals across the US are struggling to keep up with the demand for personal protective equipment. But according to UPI, a new report reveals that in 11 states, there's a shortage of intensive care unit doctors to take care of non-COVID-19 patients, too. This week's update shows that Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah and Washington all could face a shortage of intensivists.

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Michigan Threatens to Slip From Trump as He Goes Quiet on Airwaves

The president has started spending more money on ads in much smaller Electoral College prizes like Iowa and Nevada, and in recent days his campaign stopped..
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New Mexico New Mexico State in the United States

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"I Am Become Death": 75th Anniversary of the First Nuclear Explosion

“Now, I am become death, the destroyer of worlds.” It is the 75th Anniversary of the detonation of the first ever nuclear bomb. On 16 July 1945, the ‘Trinity’ nuclear test plunged humanity into the atomic age. The bomb was detonated in New Mexico, at the Alamogordo test range. Nicknamed the “gadget”, the device yielded 19 kilotons, creating a crater over 300 metres wide. On 6 and 9 August 1945, nuclear bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Tens of thousands of civilians died immediately and many more from radiation exposure later.

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Drinking Hand Sanitizer Leaves Three Dead, Three In Critical Condition, One Blind [Video]

Drinking Hand Sanitizer Leaves Three Dead, Three In Critical Condition, One Blind

In New Mexico, three people have died, three are in critical condition, and one is permanently blind after drinking hand sanitizer. According to CNN, they were poisoned by methanol, which is a common ingredient of hand sanitizer. State health officials say the poisonings were all related to alcoholism. Some people have been known to use hand sanitizer to get intoxicated due to its alcohol content. Methanol can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested.

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Man shot in New Mexico protest over sculpture [Video]

Man shot in New Mexico protest over sculpture

[NFA] Activists blamed members of a heavily-armed volunteer militia for instigating violence after demonstrators tried to pull down an Albuquerque monument. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

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Arizona COVID-19 cases spike, calls for emergency plan [Video]

Arizona COVID-19 cases spike, calls for emergency plan

Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are spiking in parts of California and the U.S. Southwest, prompting Arizona to reactivate its emergency plan for medical facilities and California to place counties where half its population lives on a watch list. Jillian Kitchener has more.

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Starbucks Starbucks American multinational coffee company

Former Starbucks Employees Reveal How Not To Behave [Video]

Former Starbucks Employees Reveal How Not To Behave

A former Starbucks employee told Business Insider things you should never do at the coffee chain. Don't collect a beverage without looking at the name on the cup. Don't expect a free refill on every drink. Avoid asking for drink add-ins after you've already paid. Please don't leave a mess at the sugar and milk area. Ordering off of the "secret menu" can be a real headache for baristas. Don't get in line if you don't know what you want to order yet.

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Former Starbucks Employee Allegedly Spit In Police Officers' Drinks [Video]

Former Starbucks Employee Allegedly Spit In Police Officers' Drinks

A former Starbucks employee has been arrested for allegedly spitting in the drinks of law enforcement officers. According to CNN, 21-year-old Kevin A. Trejo was charged Monday with crimes. Park Ridge New Jersey police launched an investigation after receiving information about possible drink tampering. Trejo is facing several charges, including creating a hazardous or physically dangerous condition.

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Best Things To Order At Starbucks [Video]

Best Things To Order At Starbucks

A former Starbucks barista spoke to Business Insider and revealed the best things to order from the coffee giant. Starbucks fanatics love the snickerdoodle hot chocolate (or latte). The watermelon cold-foam Refresher is a great summer drink. This mint chocolate chip Frappuccino is refreshing and sweet. Blonde Americanos are smooth and packed with caffeine. Most Starbucks baristas should know how to make a London fog, which is perfect for tea drinkers.

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Microsoft, Nike, Unilever team up on emissions [Video]

Microsoft, Nike, Unilever team up on emissions

Microsoft, Nike, Starbucks, Unilever and five other industry titans from various sectors are teaming up to help businesses globally achieve zero carbon emissions. Ciara Lee reports

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A Starbucks barista received nearly $80,000 in tips after being singled out for refusing to serve a customer not wearing a mask [Video]

A Starbucks barista received nearly $80,000 in tips after being singled out for refusing to serve a customer not wearing a mask

A Starbucks barista was publicly shamed on Facebook by a customer who refused to follow store policy and wear a mask. The 24-year-old barista, Lenin Guiterrez asked customer Amber Lynn Gilles to wear a face mask while she ordered. Gilles became irate, cursing at Guiterrez and threatening to call the police next time she was asked to wear a mask. After Gilles tried to publicly humiliate Guiterrez through a Facebook post, a GoFundMe was started for the barista.

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Oregon Oregon State of the United States of America

The Gift That Keeps On Giving? Trump-Loving Grandma Gives Up Protester Grandson To Cops [Video]

The Gift That Keeps On Giving? Trump-Loving Grandma Gives Up Protester Grandson To Cops

A huge fan of US President Donald Trump has done her patriotic part in proving that justice is a dish best served cold. Newser reports the identity of a bomb-throwing protester in Portland, Oregon, remained obscure until someone claimed to know him. It was none other than Karla Fox, the 'Trump-loving grandma' of 18-year-old Gabriel 'Rico' Agard-Berryhill. Fox says she ID'd her grandson by the olive-colored vest she bought him with the word 'ICONS' on it. I love him to death.

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Hundreds peacefully protested in Portland

More than a thousand protesters gathered in Portland, Oregon on Friday for another night of demonstrations against racial injustice in the US. Friday night's..
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Portland has night without tear gas as feds withdraw [Video]

Portland has night without tear gas as feds withdraw

[NFA] Portland had its first night in weeks without tear gas after state police took over from federal agents guarding a courthouse that has been the focal point of violence between protesters and tactical officers. Freddie Joyner has more.

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Trump to call on National Guard to quell protests

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he will call on the National Guard to Portland if violent protests continue. Trump was speaking as Oregon police..
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U.S., Oregon agree to withdraw agents in Portland [Video]

U.S., Oregon agree to withdraw agents in Portland

Oregon's governor on Wednesday said federal tactical police had agreed to withdraw from Portland, though U.S. officials said agents would stay until conditions improved after weeks of clashes with protesters. Gloria Tso reports.

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