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Fauci says states need to address problems with COVID-19 response: 'If you don't admit it, you can't correct it'

07/09/20 1:10 AM

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says "what we're seeing is exponential growth."      

Actress Naya Rivera, best known for her role on 'Glee', feared dead after disappearing from boat on Southern California lake

07/09/20 6:46 AM

Actress Naya Rivera, best known for her role on "Glee," is presumed dead after she disappeared from a rented boat on a Southern California lake.       

Trump's Tulsa rally, protests 'likely' contributed to a surge in coronavirus cases, local health official says

07/08/20 11:22 PM

Tulsa County saw a record 261 new coronavirus cases on Monday, just over two weeks after Donald Trump's first campaign rally since lockdowns began.       

Pence says CDC changing school reopening guidelines after Trump called them 'tough and expensive'

07/08/20 9:41 PM

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is revising its guidance on schools after Trump tweeted his disagreement with them, Pence said.       

US hits 3M coronavirus cases – about a quarter of the world's total. What number will spark societal changes to slow exponential rise?

07/08/20 9:03 PM

As the USA hits the grim milestone of 3 million coronavirus cases, there is little agreement on the need to slow reopenings to curb the spread.       

Selena Quintanilla's family takes legal action after Texas man plans Trump event at her statue

07/09/20 12:00 AM

A man who put a Trump hat on a Selena statue in Texas faces legal action from the late songstress' family for allegedly using her image for profit.       

'I would be very careful in the middle of the street': There have been at least 66 vehicle-ramming attacks in US since May 27

07/09/20 4:24 AM

There have been at least 66 incidents of cars driving into protesters between May 27 and July 6, according to Ari Weil, a terrorism researcher.       

U.S. Senator calls on college conferences to follow Ivy League in not having football this fall

07/08/20 11:50 PM

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn.,called the Ivy League's decision to not play football this fall "absolutely right on moral and health grounds."       

Transgender murders are 'rampant' in 2020: Human Rights Campaign counts 21 so far, nearly matching total of a year ago

07/09/20 2:52 AM

At least four transgender people have been murdered in the past week, bringing the yearly count to 21 — nearly matching 2019's total of 27.       

Black Players for Change protests on field prior to first MLS is Back match in Orlando

07/09/20 1:43 AM

A group of nearly 170 players, club staff and coaches protested on the field before Major League Soccer's Inter Miami vs. Orlando City SC game.       

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