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Sep 21, 2020

Live updates: CDC acknowledges coronavirus often spreads through aerosols
Updated guidance on the agency's website states that the virus most commonly spreads when people come into close contact and such particles are "inhaled into the nose, mouth, airways, and lungs."

Washington Post Nation
Sep 20, 2020

‘What could possibly go wrong?'
Chris Anderson, the supervisor of elections in Seminole County, Fla., on the risks of running a presidential election in a pandemic

Washington Post Nation
Sep 20, 2020

A police shooting ignited unrest in Kenosha. Current and former officers say the department's problems with race go much deeper.
Activists, lawyers and some officers say the department lacks diversity, tolerates excessive force against minorities and systematically covers up bad police behavior.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 19, 2020

Nearly 200,000 deaths, millions of ripples. Each covid-19 fatality shifts attitudes about the virus.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett's 2017 confirmation to the federal bench was contentious.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 19, 2020

Woman with HIV denied water, medication in Texas jail before dying of neglect, family says
Irreparable damage can be caused in the latest TikTok trend.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 19, 2020

Weary Gulf Coast mayors say hurricane season has changed for the worse, which many attribute to climate shifts
Some say the cause is not as important as the reality, while others worry human-affected climate change will make storms more intense and dangerous.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 19, 2020

As people in Oregon tried to avoid wildfires, coronavirus cases spiked, officials say
Some say the cause is not as important as the reality, while others worry human-affected climate change will make storms more intense and dangerous.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 19, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in art and words
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court Justice who died at age 87 on Friday, was a favorite for artists around the world to portray. Here's several of her most famous quotes paired with modern portraits.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 19, 2020

Railroads near full implementation of lifesaving automatic-braking technology
Positive Train Control systems are operational for nearly all railroads subject to a federal mandate.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

Live updates: Three-quarters of Americans worry about vaccine haste, as global coronavirus cases top 30 million
The share of Americans who would be willing to get a coronavirus vaccine if it were available today has dropped significantly from a few months ago, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

Live updates: Three-quarters of Americans worry that a coronavirus vaccine will be approved too quickly
The share of Americans who would be willing to get a coronavirus vaccine if it were available today has dropped significantly from a few months ago, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

CDC reverses controversial guidance, saying tests are for anyone who contacts someone with covid-19
The share of Americans who would be willing to get a coronavirus vaccine if it were available today has dropped significantly from a few months ago, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

Dwindling ranks and declining public trust plague police agencies amid summer of protests
Police departments have reported a spate of retirements and say recruitment is increasingly difficult.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

A Massachusetts teenager tested positive for the coronavirus. His parents sent him to school anyway.
Almost 30 students were sent home to quarantine for two weeks after a student went to class days after a positive test for the novel coronavirus.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

This New York executive was laid off. Now he mows lawns for seniors for free.
People try to tip him for his work. "That would take away the fun of doing it for free," said Brian Schwartz.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

Judges in D.C. threatened, harassed after high-profile, political legal battles
Judiciary asks Congress for help to protect court officials and enhance security after killing of judge's son in New Jersey.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

Joe Rogan repeats debunked claim that ‘left-wing people' are starting Oregon wildfires
Both the FBI and local law enforcement in Oregon have urged people to stop spreading false claims that extremists are starting wildfires.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

A Massachusetts teenager tested positive for covid-19. His parents sent him to school anyway.
Almost 30 students were sent home to quarantine for two weeks after a student went to class days after a positive test for covid-19.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

An Idaho ‘no-masker' pastor prayed against a mask mandate. He's now in intensive care for covid-19.
A self-proclaimed "no-masker," Paul Van Noy told the worshipers gathered at Candlelight Christian Fellowship on July 22 that his first reaction to the threat of a local mask ordinance was that he would resist complying with it.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

Live updates: Three-quarters of Americans worry over vaccine haste, as global coronavirus cases top 30 million
The share of Americans who would be willing to get a coronavirus vaccine if it were available today has dropped significantly from a few months ago, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 18, 2020

Live updates: CDC reverses controversial guidance, saying tests are for anyone who contacts someone with covid-19
The share of Americans who would be willing to get a coronavirus vaccine if it were available today has dropped significantly from a few months ago, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

Live updates: CDC chief warns that states lack $6 billion in critical funding for vaccine distribution
Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, also predicted that most Americans would not have access to a vaccine until late spring or summer of 2021.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

Podcast | Canary: The Washington Post Investigates
A seven-part investigative podcast telling the stories of two women, separated by decades and united by a shared refusal to stay silent.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

Live updates: WHO calls for ‘consistent messaging' by top officials after Trump contradicts CDC chief
President Trump on Wednesday tried to knock down a prediction by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention head Robert Redfield that novel coronavirus vaccines will not be widely available until the middle of next year.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

Black Pensacola neighborhood, unfortified against storms, took massive hit from Hurricane Sally
Low-lying Wedgewood neighborhood inundated during the storm, which surged ocean water in and then dropped nearly 25 inches of rain.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

The University of Georgia will host football games, but not in-person voting, this fall
The decision to forego voting booths on campus is playing out in a state where voting access has been hugely controversial and where Republican Brian Kemp, now the governor of Georgia, has been accused of suppressing votes while he was overseeing a tight election as secretary of state and simultaneously running for his current office.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

A tattoo, a peculiar chair in Baltimore and the zany power of the internet
"It's such a weird, wholesome story," said Jacqueline Sergent, one of the people who helped drive the fish chair 330 miles for a stranger with a tattoo.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

Safety and ethics worries sidelined a ‘heat ray' for years. The feds asked about using it on protesters.
The military has spent millions on the weapon hoping it could become a less-lethal crowd control option. But other than tests on luckless journalists and military volunteers, the devices have never been used.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

‘A blatant and unfounded attack': Ohio's chief justice, a Republican, blasts state GOP for accusing judge of political bias
The criticism from Maureen O'Connor, a conservative stalwart who was previously lieutenant governor and has served as chief justice of the state's Supreme Court since 2011, comes amid a national controversy over drop boxes.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

A Salt Lake City police officer ordered a dog to bite a kneeling Black man. Now he faces a felony charge.
"He certainly wasn't posing an imminent threat of violence or harm to anyone and he certainly wasn't concealed," prosecutor Sim Gill said.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

University of Georgia changes course after criticism that it allowed football but not in-person voting
The announcement to use the 10,500-seat basketball arena as an on-campus early voting site came after university officials faced withering criticism for accommodating college football crowds but not student voters.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

Live updates: WHO calls for ‘consistent messaging' after Trump and Meadows contradict CDC chief
President Trump on Wednesday tried to knock down a prediction by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention head Robert Redfield that novel coronavirus vaccines will not be widely available until the middle of next year.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

University of Georgia changes course, will host in-person voting
The decision to forgo voting booths on campus is playing out in a state where voting access has been hugely controversial and where Republican Brian Kemp, now the governor of Georgia, has been accused of suppressing votes while he was overseeing a tight election as secretary of state and simultaneously running for his current office.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 17, 2020

YouTube removed Trump adviser's video for misinformation. He compared it to ‘Third World' censorship.
YouTube pulled a video featuring Scott Atlas for false information. He likened the removal to censorship in "Third World countries."

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Live updates: Coronavirus vaccine might not slow the pandemic for 6 to 9 months, experts say
"I don't think so. I think what I did by closing up the country, I think I saved two, maybe two and a half, maybe more than that, lives. I really don't think so. I think we did a very good job," Trump said at a town hall hosted by ABC News.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Live updates: Experts say it might take 6-9 months for coronavirus vaccine to slow the pandemic
"I don't think so. I think what I did by closing up the country, I think I saved two, maybe two and a half, maybe more than that, lives. I really don't think so. I think we did a very good job," Trump said at a town hall hosted by ABC News.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Louisville agrees to $12 million payout and policing changes in pact with family of Breonna Taylor, killed in police raid
An attorney for Taylor's family said the settlement, details of which will be released this afternoon, includes a cash payout and sweeping police reforms.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Park Police officers claim Bijan Ghaisar drove at officer, prompting them to fatally shoot him
Video seems to show Officer Alejandro Amaya on the side of Ghaisar's Jeep, but he and other officer claim direct threat.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Biden says he trusts vaccines but not Trump as president contradicts CDC head
"I don't think so. I think what I did by closing up the country, I think I saved two, maybe two and a half, maybe more than that, lives. I really don't think so. I think we did a very good job," Trump said at a town hall hosted by ABC News.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Hurricane Sally lashes Gulf coast
Flooding, damage reported from Florida panhandle to western Alabama; hurricane downgraded to tropical storm as it heads north

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

More than half of all wrongful criminal convictions are caused by government misconduct, study finds
Many factors contribute to wrongful convictions of people, including withholding evidence or false identifications, but science and innocence advocates are making progress, the study says.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

She was homeless and living in a Kroger parking lot. Then the store hired her.
"I couldn't imagine that I'd work one day at the same store where I was sleeping outside," LaShenda Williams said.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

She was homeless and living in a store's parking lot. Then the store hired her.
"I couldn't imagine that I'd work one day at the same store where I was sleeping outside," LaShenda Williams said.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Trump health appointee apologizes to HHS staff after accusing scientists of ‘sedition'
At least 191,000 people have died of the coronavirus in the United States. More than 6,522,000 cases have been detected since February.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Trump shares manipulated video of Biden, replacing ‘Despacito' with N.W.A's anti-police anthem
When President Trump tweeted a viral clip of Joe Biden early on Wednesday, it wasn't "Despacito" playing on his phone. Instead, it was N.W.A's notorious 1988 anti-police single.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Miami Herald editor blames ‘internal failures' after publishing an anti-Semitic, racist insert
Editors apologized and promised never to run the insert again.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

A White bar owner claimed self-defense in killing a Black protester. But his own words show otherwise, prosecutors say.
The fatal shooting, which transpired the same week George Floyd's death in Minneapolis sparked nationwide protests against racism and police brutality, fueled residents' anger throughout Omaha.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Boeing 737 Max crashes were ‘horrific culmination' of errors, investigators say
Boeing failed in design, the FAA failed in oversight, according to a comprehensive House examination.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Live updates: Biden says he trusts vaccines but not Trump as president contradicts CDC head
"I don't think so. I think what I did by closing up the country, I think I saved two, maybe two and a half, maybe more than that, lives. I really don't think so. I think we did a very good job," Trump said at a town hall hosted by ABC News.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

As wildfire smoke becomes a part of life on the West Coast, so do its health risks
Wildfires are causing record amounts of smoke to settle over West Coast states, leading to new habits and health problems.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

How federal regulators failed meat plant workers
More than 200 meatpacking workers have died of covid-19 in the United States. Critics say federal regulators have endangered employees by failing to respond appropriately. How the pandemic is transforming family doctors. And the Big Ten does a 180.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Bill Gates's father, who helped established one of world's largest private philanthropies, dies at 94
The Seattle law firm founder and civic leader helped his son, tech billionaire Bill Gates, establish one of the largest private philanthropies in the world.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Live updates: Trump says he couldn't have done more to slow spread of coronavirus. Experts disagree.
"I don't think so. I think what I did by closing up the country, I think I saved two, maybe two and a half, maybe more than that, lives. I really don't think so. I think we did a very good job," Trump said at a town hall hosted by ABC News.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 16, 2020

Pelosi demands probe after ICE nurse raises alarm over medical care, hysterectomies at detention center
Dawn Wooten, who worked full-time at the Irwin County Detention Center until July, outlined her allegations in a complaint filed to the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General by a coalition of advocacy groups.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Officials in Rochester, N.Y., tried to withhold information about Daniel Prude's death, documents show
The documents were released as part of a city review that shows a culture of ‘callousness' in the police department

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

New York City's shutdown reduced spread of coronavirus by 70 percent, study finds
Masks also played a big role in curbing the spread. But the research suggests that people don't always wear masks consistently, or even correctly.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Jon Stewart urges health-care law for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits
Veterans advocates say service members exposed to the burn pits developed cancer and respiratory illnesses, but the U.S. government has said the toxic substances are not conclusively linked to severe health conditions.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Hazardous smoke from wildfires continues to smother West Coast
While rain began to fall in Oregon, officials warned that air quality will be poor throughout much of the week.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Thick, hazardous smoke from wildfires to continue to smother West Coast
While rains began to fall in Oregon, officials warned that air quality will be low through much of the week as wildfires rage on.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Former students of defunct ITT Tech to receive $330 million in private student-loan forgiveness
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and 48 state attorneys general secured a settlement with affiliates of Deutsche Bank to forgo collection of private student loans amassed by former ITT Tech students before the for-profit chain folded in 2016.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

As the chance of going to space grows, U.S. astronauts don't know how they get picked to fly
The latest class has opportunities unlike any before it — the ability to fly on two new commercially developed spacecraft to the International Space Station, as well as a third capsule intended to take astronauts to the moon.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Live updates: Trump health appointee apologizes to HHS staff after accusing scientists of ‘sedition'
At least 191,000 people have died of the coronavirus in the United States. More than 6,522,000 cases have been detected since February.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Louisville agrees to $12 million payout and policing changes in agreement with family of Breonna Taylor, killed in police raid
An attorney for Taylor's family said the settlement, details of which will be released this afternoon, includes a cash payout and sweeping police reforms.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Live updates: Schumer calls on HHS Secretary Azar to resign
At least 191,000 people have died of the coronavirus in the United States. More than 6,522,000 cases have been detected since February.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Calls to declare racism a public health crisis grow louder amid pandemic, police brutality
Advocates say to address the impact of systemic racism, it must be treated the same way as other public health threats that shorten life spans and reduce quality of life.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Mayor says ‘we need help' with mental health care after police shooting
Lancaster, Pa., mayor Danene Sorace said there is a "clear need" for a de-escalation response from law enforcement, as well as an expansion of state-funded mental health care.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Louisville to announce settlement with family of Breonna Taylor, killed in police raid
An attorney for Taylor's family said the settlement, details of which will be released this afternoon, includes a cash payout and sweeping police reforms.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Live updates: NYC lockdown reduced coronavirus spread by 70 percent, study shows
At least 191,000 people have died of the coronavirus in the United States. More than 6,522,000 cases have been detected since February.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

How a North Dakota businessman won $2 billion in Trump border contracts
Tommy Fisher turned his company into a federal contracting powerhouse after showcasing his techniques with private border wall projects on private land.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

As the possibility of going to space grows, U.S. astronauts still don't know how they get picked to fly
The latest class has opportunities unlike any before it — the ability to fly on two new commercially developed spacecraft to the International Space Station, as well as a third capsule intended to take astronauts to the moon.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Apple's new watch event draws attention to its health-care play
Apple announced the Apple Watch six years ago and simultaneously began a big push into the health-care industry.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

South Dakota's attorney general said he thought he hit a deer. The next day, he found a dead man's body in a ditch.
The attorney general phoned the Hyde County Sheriff's Office to report that he had run into a deer. But in the morning, he found a man's body lying in the ditch near the scene of the accident.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Sick with covid-19, she gave birth while on a ventilator. Months later, her baby is close to going home.
When Blanca Rodriguez was finally able to see her baby in the NICU, Jade clutched her mother's finger through a port on the incubator.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

WHO reports highest one-day increase in global coronavirus cases since pandemic began
The WHO reported than 307,000 new coronavirus cases around the globe on Sunday, the highest one-day total since the pandemic began.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

A Washington lawmaker shared conspiracy theories. She threatened a reporter who wrote about it.
In a voicemail, Washington state Rep. Jenny Graham threatened the reporter and accused him of lying.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

‘They're still not taking this seriously': Whistleblowing nurse warns of covid-19 safety neglect at ICE facility
"That's his specialty, he's the uterus collector," the whistleblower said in a federal complaint. "Everybody he sees, he's taking all their uteruses out or he's taken their tubes out."

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

South Dakota's attorney general said he hit a deer. The next day, he found a dead man's body in a ditch.
The attorney general phoned the Hyde County Sheriff's Office to report that he had run into a deer. But in the morning, he found a man's body lying in the ditch near the scene of the accident.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 15, 2020

Live updates: Trump cheers judge's ruling overturning Pennsylvania coronavirus restrictions
At least 191,000 people have died of the coronavirus in the United States. More than 6,522,000 cases have been detected since February.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

More cities and states are opening bars and restaurants despite mounting evidence of potential danger
Data suggests that deciding to reopen a bar might pose a greater threat of spreading the coronavirus than opening the doors of a restaurant.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

Green Party presidential ticket ineligible for Wis. ballot, justices rule
The Wisconsin Supreme Court decided that the candidates are ineligible to appear on the state ballot, a relief for officials who feared that an addition at this late date would upend election preparations.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

Lancaster, Pa., mayor says ‘we need help' with mental health care amid protests after police shooting
Mayor Danene Sorace said there is a "clear need" for a de-escalation response from law enforcement, as well as an expansion of state-funded mental health care.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

He builds the wall: How North Dakota's Tommy Fisher scored $2 billion in Trump border contracts
Fisher turned his North Dakota company into a federal contracting powerhouse after showcasing his techniques with private border wall projects on private land.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

States, cities scramble to sue oil companies over climate change
In a wave of recent lawsuits, local governments are demanding that some of the nation's biggest energy firms cover the cost of dealing with increasing temperatures and rising seas.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

Report: Daniel Prude's death shows a culture of ‘callousness' in Rochester Police Dept.
Mayor Lovely Warren fired her police chief on Monday and suspended two staff members.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

At least 35 dead in wildfires that continue to blanket the West in smoke
A red-flag warning, which signals critical fire conditions, is in effect for parts of Oregon and Northern California.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

At least 35 dead as wildfires continue to blanket West Coast in smoke
A red-flag warning, which signals critical fire conditions, is in effect for parts of Oregon and Northern California.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

He builds the wall: How North Dakota's Tommy Fisher used a Stephen K. Bannon stunt to score $2 billion in Trump border contracts
Fisher turned his North Dakota company into a federal contracting powerhouse after showcasing his techniques with private border wall projects on private land.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

‘It burns your chest': Oregon residents struggle to live with relentless smoke
A week after wildfires began ravaging the state and displacing thousands of people, the air quality in many parts of Oregon ranks among the world's worst.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

Live updates: WHO reports highest one-day increase in global coronavirus cases since pandemic began
The WHO reported than 307,000 new coronavirus cases around the globe on Sunday, the highest one-day total since the pandemic began.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

L.A. deputies tackled and arrested a reporter. Her videos contradict their claims about the incident.
Police claimed that Josie Huang didn't identify herself as a reporter, but those claims are contradicted by videos of her arrest that Huang shared on Sunday.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

‘Shameful, dangerous and irresponsible': Nevada governor blasts Trump for indoor rally against state rules
The Democratic governor criticized Trump and his campaign for appearing to openly violate Nevada's restriction on gatherings of 50 people or more amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

Georgia deputy fired after video showed him repeatedly punching a Black man in traffic stop
The Clayton County Sheriff's office said Sunday that the deputy seen punching Roderick Walker has been fired "for excessive use of force."

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

With its 4-year-old starring, a Connecticut family recreates famous movie scenes
These videos have been the family's way to put smiles on others' faces and raise money to feed the hungry during the pandemic.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

A Black WWII veteran voted in Georgia in 1946. He was lynched for it.
Maceo Snipes was shot on his front porch in Georgia, a new documentary on voter suppression remembers. His murder helped fuel the civil rights movement and a young Martin Luther King Jr.'s passion for racial justice.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

‘Shameful, dangerous and irresponsible': Nevada governor lashes Trump for indoor rally against state rules
The Democratic governor criticized Trump and his campaign for appearing to openly violate Nevada's restriction on gatherings of 50 people or more.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 14, 2020

Live updates: Trump holds large indoor rally in Nevada, defying coronavirus restrictions
Local officials have threatened to fine or even revoke the business license of Xtreme Manufacturing, the host of the event.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 13, 2020

‘Your paper, first, last and for all time': How Stars and Stripes became a wartime force
Launched a century ago for World War I soldiers, the military newspaper just survived a Pentagon effort to kill it.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 13, 2020

For victims of police violence, family spokespeople emerge to carry legacies and spur action
Jacob Blake's uncle, Daniel Prude's brother and others are hoping to make change out of tragedy.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 13, 2020

Mangrove loss has fallen dramatically, but the forests are still in danger
Sea-level rise and erosion could soon reverse the positive trend and possibly wipe mangroves off the map altogether.

Washington Post Nation
Sep 13, 2020

More than 200 meat plant workers in the U.S. have died of covid-19. Federal regulators just issued two modest fines.
Two plants were fined a total of about $29,000 — an amount critics say is so small that it won't serve as an incentive for the nation's meatpackers to protect their workers.

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