So far, no spike in coronavirus in places reopening, U

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. authorities are not yet seeing spikes in coronavirus cases in places that are reopening but it was still too early to determine such trends, health secretary Alex Azar said on Sunday. FILE PHOTO: U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar speaks during a news briefing on the administration's response…

Sheriff Man held woman against her will at gunpoint

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The global child mortality rate could rise for the first

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The global child mortality rate could rise for the first time in more than 60 years, experts warn - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofileNext articleshomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post LogocloseEmailBioFollow We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription…

U.S. CDC reports 1,467,065 coronavirus cases, 88,709 deaths

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(Reuters) - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Sunday reported 1,467,065 cases of the new coronavirus, an increase of 31,967 cases from its previous count, and said that the number of deaths had risen by 1,394 to 88,709.The CDC reported its tally of cases of the respiratory illness known as COVID-19,…

Wiregrass wildfire dangers rising with no rain in sight

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The remnants of an outdoor fire continue to smolder after crews from Geneva County and the Alabama Forestry Commission responded and put out the fire on Wednesday. JAY HARE/DOTHAN EAGLERecommended for you promotionRegister today for your chance to win a gift card to put towards supporting a local business either when they open again or…

The mayor of coronavirus-plagued New Orleans took a shot at

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Jonathan Bachman/Getty New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell defended her decision not to cancel the city's Mardi Gras festivities earlier this year, when the coronavirus had already been ravaging the US. She told CNN that if the outbreak had been taken seriously on the federal level at the time, they would have called off the event. …

Some NY prison employees test positive for COVID-19 antibodies

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Some NY prison employees test positive for COVID-19 antibodies×Help support our COVID-19 coverageWe're providing access to COVID-19 articles for free. Please help support our work by subscribing or signing up for an account. Already a subscriber? Log in.Log in Sign up Become a Member Corrections officers at Auburn Correctional Facility now wear masks when working.…

Urban air quality improves as coronavirus empties U

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. air quality has improved since the coronavirus crisis emptied the roads of traffic, giving the country a futuristic glimpse of the clearer skies that could come with an electric vehicle fleet, according to preliminary findings by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration labs. FILE PHOTO: The Flatiron Building stands next to Madison…

An American student was thrown from a cliff in 1988

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Scott Johnson: Australian police arrest man over 1988 hate crime killing of gay American student - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofilehomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post Logo We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access to…

Israels Netanyahu, armed with a new mandate, sets his sights

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Israeli government's West Bank annexation plans face competing pressures - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofilehomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post LogocloseEmailBioFollowcloseEmailBioFollowcloseEmailBioFollow We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access to real news you can count on.Try…