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As cases surge in Brazil, Bolsonaro threatens to leave WHO

As cases surge in Brazil, Bolsonaro threatens to leave WHO

In an editorial running the length of newspaper Folha de S.Paulo's front page, the Brazilian daily highlighted that just 100 days had passed since Bolsonaro described the virus now "killing a
Barr says he didn’t give the order to clear Lafayette Park

Barr says he didn’t give the order to clear Lafayette Park

The episode played out on live television and prompted an outcry from some Republicans and former military leaders, including Gen. Jim Mattis, Trump's first defense secretary. Barr told the AP that
Coronavirus: California to allow schools, gyms and bars to reopen as state moves to Phase 3

Coronavirus: California to allow schools, gyms and bars to reopen as state moves to Phase 3

The state says it is up to individual counties to determine when to reopen certain segments of their local economies.
Mexico alleges some doctors sold false death certificates

Mexico alleges some doctors sold false death certificates

Mexico City officials say prosecutors are investigating several doctors who allegedly issued false death certificates for people who may have died of the coronavirus
Amanda Kloots Opens Up About Nick Cordero’s New Treatment

Amanda Kloots Opens Up About Nick Cordero’s New Treatment

Nick Cordero’s wife Amanda Kloots gave fans an update on his health today.
Santa Clara County, site of nation’s first COVID-19 case, reopens restaurants for outdoor dining

Santa Clara County, site of nation’s first COVID-19 case, reopens restaurants for outdoor dining

Bay Area restrictions ease; Contra Costa and San Mateo counties next up to go alfresco
Michigan Supreme Court Unanimously Sides with 77-Year-Old Barber over Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

Michigan Supreme Court Unanimously Sides with 77-Year-Old Barber over Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

In a unanimous 7-0 decision, the Michigan Supreme Court sided with 77-year-old barber Karl Manke over Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Friday.

Demonstrating 15 contact tracing and other tools built to mitigate the impact of COVID-19

With the goal of helping the public, and state and local governments, better understand the privacy and security features of leading applications, we’re sharing the information and demos we gathered
White woman who called cops on black birder gets her dog back

White woman who called cops on black birder gets her dog back

The dog had been evaluated by its veterinarian, "who found that he was in good health," the statement said. Various New York City law enforcement agencies declined to take the dog into custody,
This year’s D-Day events will be one of the loneliest

This year’s D-Day events will be one of the loneliest

The pandemic has wreaked havoc across the world, infecting 6.6 million people, killing over 391,000 and devastating economies. It poses a particular threat to the elderly — like the surviving D-Day
Coronavirus: Alameda County allows ‘social bubbles,’ expands face covering guidance

Coronavirus: Alameda County allows ‘social bubbles,’ expands face covering guidance

Beginning June 8, face coverings must be worn at all times by all members of the public, including outdoors.
‘Alarming’: Authorities seize masks Oakland printer made for protesters

‘Alarming’: Authorities seize masks Oakland printer made for protesters

The masks. made by Movement Ink to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at protests, were held and apparently examined by by the U.S. postal inspectors for possibly being 'non-mailable matter.'
Fauci: Protests Are 'Perfect Setup for Further Spread' of Coronavirus

Fauci: Protests Are 'Perfect Setup for Further Spread' of Coronavirus

During an interview with WTOP on Friday, White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Anthony Fauci stated that the recent protests are “a perfect setup for further spread” of coronavirus and told
Big Number of Coronavirus Infections in North Macedonia and Serbia

Big Number of Coronavirus Infections in North Macedonia and Serbia

North Macedonia has registered a new record number of daily coronavirus infections for the third consecutive day, with more than half the country’s 2.1 million people under an 80-hour near-total
Coronavirus: Contra Costa County to reopen outdoor dining, religious services, pools

Coronavirus: Contra Costa County to reopen outdoor dining, religious services, pools

Contra Costa County has confirmed 1,577 coronavirus cases to date and reported 38 deaths due to COVID-19.
Prince William is counsellor for mental health crisis service

Prince William is counsellor for mental health crisis service

Duke of Cambridge reveals he is trained volunteer for UK’s Shout text platformThe Duke of Cambridge has been secretly counselling people contacting a crisis helpline for mental health support, he has
Watch: Las Vegas Casinos Reopen After 78-Day Coronavirus Lockdown

Watch: Las Vegas Casinos Reopen After 78-Day Coronavirus Lockdown

The Las Vegas strip began to breathe new life Thursday as some casinos started to reopen following a 78-day coronavirus lockdown.
Five Self-Tanners to Get Your Skin Glowing All Summer Long

Five Self-Tanners to Get Your Skin Glowing All Summer Long

It can be tough to maintain a natural, year-long glow when you’ve been cooped indoors for months. That doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of options to fix that, like self-tanners. Read more...
Trump has already made it clear that the pandemic is over ... no matter how many more Americans die

Trump has already made it clear that the pandemic is over ... no matter how many more Americans die

On Friday morning, Donald Trump came out for a victory lap because the unemployment rate is only 13.3%. The unexpected dip in the unemployment rate is being taken as validation of the decision to
Black officers find themselves torn amid protests

Black officers find themselves torn amid protests

"My emotion, my fervor is no less than those people on the streets," said New York City police Detective Felicia Richards, who is black. "I stand in this uniform, and I understand what my obligation