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May 31, 2020

Former NAACP Head Cornell Brooks Blames Derek Chauvin For Violence At Protests
"There would be no protests, there would be no demonstrations, had Derek Chauvin not killed George Floyd," former NAACP President Cornell Brooks tells All Things Considered.

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May 31, 2020

Target Says It Will Temporarily Close Stores In Several States As Protests Continue
The move comes after several Target stores were ransacked and damaged during protests.

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May 31, 2020

Trump Lays Blame For Clashes On 'Radical-Left Anarchists'
As overlapping crises convulsed an anxious nation, Trump sought to cast blame for widespread protests gripping cities on "radical-left anarchists" like Antifa.

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May 31, 2020

Photos: Protests In Response To The Death Of George Floyd Shake The Nation
Photos show demonstrators and police clashing as anguish and rage swept through cities across the nation in response to George Floyd's death in Minneapolis police custody.

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May 31, 2020

Ohio Congresswoman Pepper Sprayed While Demonstrating Against Death Of George Floyd
Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio) about the recent protests surrounding the death of George Floyd.

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May 31, 2020

Tech Startups, Shut Out From Federal Stimulus Loans, Seek Aid From Congress
Some members of Congress want to let tech startups access federal stimulus loans. But venture-capital-backed startups aren't like other small businesses — they fail even in good economic times.

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May 31, 2020

SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Successfully Docks With The International Space Station
The docking came above China and Mongolia as the ISS was traveling at 17,000 mph. It docked 19 hours after the historic launch with NASA astronauts from the Kennedy Space Center.

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May 31, 2020

What's It Like To Be Black In America Right Now?
We want to hear your thoughts about recent high-profile incidents involving harm to black people.

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May 31, 2020

Being Black In America Today: Share Your Experience
NPR would like to hear your reaction to recent high-profile incidents in which black Americans were killed and the protests that have followed.

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May 31, 2020

Should I Get Tested For Coronavirus Just For The Heck Of It?
Access to tests has improved significantly, and in some places, people can now get tested without having to demonstrate any symptoms. We asked experts how much you can really learn from the result.

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May 31, 2020

Navajo Nation Loses Elders And Tradition To COVID-19
COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting older tribal members throughout Indian Country. The deaths of these elders means the loss of ceremonies, stories, language and cultural wisdom.

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May 31, 2020

Rep. Steve King Fights For His Seat As GOP Works To Push Him Out
King has a history of making offensive and racist comments. Now, some Republicans are worried that his district could be in jeopardy of getting picked up by Democrats.

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May 31, 2020

Grief, Outrage Over George Floyd Spreads Further
Officials in Minneapolis promised a stronger response to protests over the death of George Floyd as police and demonstrators across the nation continue to clash.

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May 30, 2020

European Union Leaders Urge U.S. To Remain In WHO
Top officials with the bloc encouraged Trump to rethink his plans to leave the international health agency. Trump's Friday announcement followed weeks of criticisms and threats to pull funding.

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May 30, 2020

Trump Takes Credit For Space Launch That Got Its Start A Decade Ago
The successful SpaceX launch has its roots in two previous administrations, but President Trump credited his own leadership.

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May 30, 2020

Pentagon Orders Military Police To Prepare To Deploy To Minnesota
The order follows a night of angry protests in Minneapolis and nationwide. As many as 800 personnel could move within four hours at the governor's request, a U.S. official told NPR.

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May 30, 2020

Minnesota To Deploy Record Guard Force To Contain Unrest Over Death Of George Floyd
Gov. Tim Walz is fully mobilizing the state's National Guard — "an action that has never been taken in [the guard's] 164-year history" — to prepare for a fifth night of protests.

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May 30, 2020

As Trump Targets Twitter's Legal Shield, Experts Have A Warning
While President Trump lashes out at Twitter, consensus is growing in Washington to repeal the decades-old law that shields tech platforms from lawsuits. Experts warn about unintended consequences.

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May 30, 2020

Supreme Court Rejects Church's Challenge Of California's Coronavirus Rules
Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court's liberal bloc in a 5-4 decision issued late Friday. The lawsuit had argued that the state's limits on attendance discriminated against religion.

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May 30, 2020

Supreme Court Rejects Church's Challenge To California's Coronavirus Rules
Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court's liberal bloc in a 5-4 decision issued late Friday. The lawsuit had argued that the state's limits on attendance discriminated against religion.

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May 30, 2020

As 'Hero' Pay Ends, Essential Workers Wonder What They Are Worth
Many retail and food workers are losing temporary wage bumps they got during the pandemic. Some say their work hazards are only increasing, while their wage is lower than unemployment benefits.

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May 30, 2020

SpaceX And NASA Try Once More To Launch Astronauts
After an aborted launch attempt on Wednesday, NASA and SpaceX once more set their sights on the space station.

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May 30, 2020

NASA And SpaceX Launch First Astronauts To Orbit From U.S. Since 2011
After an aborted launch attempt to the International Space Station on Wednesday, the weather cleared and the launch went ahead on Saturday.

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May 30, 2020

Coronavirus FAQs: Is It Safer To Fly Or Drive? Is Air Conditioning A Threat?
They're not exactly easy questions to answer. In the first case, you must consider motel cleaning regimens and the hazards of driving vs. the risk of sitting next to a sneezy air traveler.

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May 30, 2020

As More Americans Prepare To Vote By Mail, Postal Service Faces Big Challenges
From Trump's tweets to funding issues, the U.S. Postal Service is under pressure as voters are set to turn increasingly toward mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.

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May 30, 2020

'I Find Myself Very Seriously Feeling Hollow': Documenting A Pandemic Experience
As the coronavirus sweeps the nation, 85-year-old Margaret Sullivan watches and records the changes from inside her retirement home in Virginia.

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May 30, 2020

GOP Fears Loss Of Reliable Senate Seat Amid Fractious Kansas Primary
The party has held both Senate seats in the state since the Great Depression, but ahead of a Monday deadline Republicans aren't confident that any of the candidates are assured of winning in November.

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May 30, 2020

What Do Coronavirus Racial Disparities Look Like State By State?
With race and ethnicity known for nearly half of cases and 90% of deaths, there's no ignoring the fact that the disease hits some groups harder. NPR analyzed these disparities around the country.

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May 29, 2020

Protests Spread Nationwide On Fourth Night After Minneapolis Death Of George Floyd
In most cases the demonstrations began peacefully, but as the day unfolded and night fell, they became increasingly violent.

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May 29, 2020

At Least 1 Killed Amid Nationwide Protests Over George Floyd's Death
Americans continued to express their grief and outrage in demonstrations across the country, with violence emerging in some cities. A 19-year-old man was killed during Friday's protests in Detroit.

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May 29, 2020

At Least 2 Killed Amid Nationwide Protests Over George Floyd's Death
Americans continued to express grief and outrage in a fourth night of protests. Shootings in Detroit and Oakland left a 19-year-old man and a contract security officer for the federal government dead.

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May 29, 2020

At Least 2 Killed In Nationwide Protests Over George Floyd's Death
Americans continued to express grief and outrage in a fourth night of protests. Shootings in Detroit and Oakland left a 19-year-old man and a contract security officer for the federal government dead.

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May 29, 2020

Minneapolis Police Were Sued A Decade Ago In Similar Restraint Case
The department settled for $3 million and offered training for officers in how to restrain people in custody more safely in the 2010 case.

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May 29, 2020

Justice Department Says Maine's 2-Week Quarantine Rule Discriminates Against Tourists
Many but not all out-of-state visitors were told to self-quarantine because of the coronavirus. The Justice Department says that is unconstitutional. Some other states have the same rule.

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May 29, 2020

Trump Says U.S. Will Withdraw From WHO. Does He Have The Authority To Do It?
In a press conference on Friday, the president said he would immediately severe ties — and funding — to the World Health Organization because of its relationship with China.

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May 29, 2020

Missouri's Only Clinic That Provides Abortions Allowed To Remain Open
"Planned Parenthood has demonstrated that it provides safe and legal abortion care," a state commission ruled. It said state health regulators wrongly blocked the St. Louis clinic's renewal in 2019.

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May 29, 2020

George Floyd and Derek Chauvin Were Once Co-Workers, Ex-Club Owner Tells TV Station
Maya Santamaria tells KSTP that Chauvin "had a real short fuse" as an off-duty officer for her club, saying he often pulled out mace and pepper spray when she thought it was unwarranted.

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May 29, 2020

Tracee Ellis Ross Can Hit The High Notes, Too
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks to Tracee Ellis Ross about starring in The High Note, a movie about an over-40 superstar singer navigating the music industry with her assistant, who has her own music dreams.

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May 29, 2020

CDC Director Claims New Analysis Exonerates Agency On Testing Delay
CDC chief Robert Redfield says that earlier testing for the coronavirus would have been like "looking for a needle in a haystack." But others health experts dispute his assertion.

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May 29, 2020

CDC Director Says New Analysis Exonerates Agency On Testing Delay
CDC chief Robert Redfield says that earlier testing for the coronavirus would have been like "looking for a needle in a haystack." But other health experts dispute his assertion.

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May 29, 2020

France Eases Some Pandemic Restrictions And Will Reopen Restaurants, Bars And Parks
"It will be so nice to be able to go lie on the grass in a park and have a picnic or to sit at a sidewalk cafe again," says a Paris resident. Restaurants and bars will reopen with restrictions June 2.

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May 29, 2020

Moscow Doubles Last Month's Coronavirus Death Toll Amid Suspicions Of Undercounting
Media reports and analysts have questioned the accuracy of Russia's mortality figures for the virus. The city's health department now says 1,561 people died in April due to coronavirus.

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May 29, 2020

Biden Calls George Floyd Killing 'An Act of Brutality'
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee called on the nation to better empathize with the pain of black Americans in the wake of the death of the black man by a white police officer.

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May 29, 2020

CDC Quickly Changed Its Guidance On Limiting Choirs At Religious Services
A federal official says the White House had not approved the initial version, which included the warning, "The act of singing may contribute to transmission of COVID-19."

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May 29, 2020

An ER Doctor Lost His Job After Criticizing His Hospital On COVID-19. Now He's Suing
Dr. Ming Lin was let go in March from a hospital in Bellingham, Wash., after posting criticisms and suggestions on social media. The ACLU is helping him sue for damages and job reinstatement.

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May 29, 2020

McConnell Says Next Coronavirus Aid Bill Will Be The Last
The next round of coronavirus aid will be narrowly focused and will not extend federal unemployment assistance, the Senate majority leader says.

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May 29, 2020

Remembering Pioneering AIDS Activist Larry Kramer
Kramer, who died May 27, was an early advocate for aggressive research into the HIV virus. He co-founded both the Gay Men's Health Crisis and the protest group ACT UP. Originally broadcast in 1992.

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May 29, 2020

Trump, Retaliating Against Beijing, Revokes Privileges For Hong Kong
President Trump said the U.S. would take a number of steps after China's central government asserted more direct authority over the territory, which it had pledged to treat differently.

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May 29, 2020

Obama On George Floyd's Death And The 'Maddening' Normalcy Of Racism
Former President Barack Obama has responded to the Minneapolis death that has set off protests and drawn national attention, including President Trump's. Read his full statement.

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May 29, 2020

The History Behind 'When The Looting Starts, The Shooting Starts'
In response to the violent protests in Minneapolis, the president tweets a phrase that goes back to the 1960s, used by a white police chief known for inflaming racial tensions in Miami.

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May 29, 2020

People Can't See It, But This Grocery Worker Still Wears Lipstick Under Her Mask
As a low-wage worker, Yesenia Ortiz wishes she would get paid more during the pandemic because of the extra level of risk she is exposed to.

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May 29, 2020

7 Shot At Louisville Protest Calling For Justice For Breonna Taylor
It's not yet clear who shot people in the crowd. The mayor says no officers fired weapons on the demonstrations for the black woman killed by police in her home. Two victims required surgery, he says.

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May 29, 2020

As Brazil's COVID-19 Cases Continue To Climb, Some Areas Prepare To Ease Restrictions
Brazil has the world's second-highest number of COVID-19 cases after the U.S. The rise in cases comes as São Paulo, the state with the highest number of deaths, prepares to ease some restrictions.

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May 29, 2020

New Zealand Now Has Just 1 Active COVID-19 Case
"For the seventh day in a row, there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand," the Ministry of Health said on Friday.

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May 29, 2020

4 Takeaways From Beijing's Hong Kong Power Grab
Hong Kong is supposed to be a semi-autonomous enclave of China, "one country, two systems." But China is moving to impose a sweeping national security law on the city, which critics say is illegal.

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May 29, 2020

Minneapolis Seethes Over George Floyd's Death As Trump Calls Protesters 'THUGS'
Protesters stormed a precinct overnight, after another day of protests over the black man's death in custody. Amid the chaos, police briefly arrested a CNN crew, and the president weighed in.

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May 29, 2020

George Floyd's Arresting Officer Charged With 3rd-Degree Murder, Manslaughter
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis officer who planted a knee on the black man's neck, has been detained by state officials. For days a video of the incident has elicited fury across the country.

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May 29, 2020

Coronavirus World Map: Tracking The Spread Of The Outbreak
A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed thousands of people.

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May 29, 2020

Tracking The Pandemic: How Quickly Is The Coronavirus Spreading State By State?
View our map and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing the fastest and which are leveling off.

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May 29, 2020

Climate Change And Deforestation Mean Earth's Trees Are Younger and Shorter
A new study finds rising temperatures and climate-driven disasters are helping transform the very makeup of the world's forests. This has major implications for biodiversity and more warming.

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May 29, 2020

Twitter Hides Trump's Tweet About Minneapolis, Saying It Glorifies Violence
The president was responding to violent protests days after the killing of a black man. He said he will send in the National Guard, adding: "When the looting starts, the shooting starts."

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May 29, 2020

Cliven Bundy Armed Standoff Case Going Back To Court
A federal appeals court in San Francisco on Friday will hear the government's appeal for a retrial in the case against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy.

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May 29, 2020

For Opioid Users, Pandemic Means New Dangers, But Also New Treatment Options
Relaxed regulations in response to the pandemic means more access to addiction treatment medications. But recovery programs are accepting fewer people, and the danger of overdose remains high.

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May 29, 2020

The Battle Between The Masked And The Masked-Nots Unveils Political Rifts
Wearing a mask has become political as some state officials have faced backlash for mandating mask use during the coronavirus pandemic.

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May 29, 2020

Colleges Face Student Lawsuits Seeking Refunds After Coronavirus Closures
The legal cases argue that online classes don't have the same value as on-campus ones.

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May 29, 2020

As America Socially Distances, The Army 'Tactically Disperses'
The Army plans to resume large-scale combat training in the Mojave Desert in a few weeks, after a three-month hiatus. A recent simulation showed just how that will work with the coronavirus spread.

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May 29, 2020

Texas Voters Are Caught In The Middle Of A Battle Over Mail-In Voting
Even as many other states expand mail-in voting due to the pandemic, Texas officials say they may prosecute voters who ask for an absentee ballot because they're scared of going to the polls.

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May 29, 2020

IRS Rule Shift Lets Workers Make Benefits Changes Midyear — If Their Employer Agrees
The new guidance amounts to a midyear open-enrollment period and applies to firms that buy health insurance to cover their workers as well as to those that self-insure — paying claims on their own.

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May 28, 2020

PHOTOS: Protests Over George Floyd's Death Grow Violent: 'It Is How We Express Pain'
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says he will defend the right to protest over George Floyd's death but urges peaceful demonstrations, saying, "It is how we express pain, process tragedy, and create change."

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May 28, 2020

PHOTOS: Protests Over George Floyd's Death Escalate Into Violence, Destruction
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says he will defend the right to protest over George Floyd's death but urges peaceful demonstrations, saying, "It is how we express pain, process tragedy, and create change."

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May 28, 2020

Illinois Is Reopening But Chicago Isn't Because Of Coronavirus Cases
Illinois is joining many other Midwest states in reopening some retail shops, restaurants, salons and other businesses Friday. The mayor is delaying until the middle of next week.

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May 28, 2020

Theory Vs. Reality: Why Our Economic Behavior Isn't Always Rational
We don't always behave the way economic models say we will. We don't save enough for retirement. We give money to charity. This week, why we act in ways that go against our "rational" self-interest.

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May 28, 2020

'The Sheer Volume Is Hard To Capture': Unemployment In Nevada Soars To Historic High
More than 41% of jobs in the state's food and accommodation industry have been lost. The overall levels are comparable to the Great Depression, says David Schmidt, a state economist.

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May 28, 2020

'The Sheer Volume' Is Hard To Capture: Unemployment In Nevada Soars To Historic High
Nearly 41% of jobs in the state's food and accommodation industry have been lost. The overall levels are comparable to the Great Depression, says David Schmidt, a state economist.

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May 28, 2020

What To Know About Hong Kong's Special Status And What Happens If The U.S. Removes It
Here are some key points about what the latest moves by Beijing and Washington may mean for Hong Kong.

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May 28, 2020

Stung By Twitter, Trump Signs Executive Order To Weaken Social Media Companies
President Trump signs an executive order aimed at limiting the broad legal protections enjoyed by social media companies days after Twitter fact-checked two of his tweets.

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May 28, 2020

Boston Marathon Canceled, Will Be A Virtual Event Because Of Coronavirus
All participants who were set to run in the event initially slated for April 20 and later pushed back to September 14 will have the opportunity to participate in an online alternative.

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May 28, 2020

Army Grants Posthumous Promotion To Slain ROTC Student
Richard Collins III was given the honorary promotion to first lieutenant, three years after he was stabbed to death on the campus of University of Maryland in 2017.

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May 28, 2020

De Blasio Expects New York City To Head Back To Work Next Month
The epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. has spent weeks under strict restrictions. But the mayor says up to 400,000 people will likely return to their jobs soon — with some conditions.

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May 28, 2020

George Floyd Described As A 'Gentle Giant' By Friends
Friends and loved ones say George Floyd, who died after an encounter with four Minneapolis police officers Monday, was an athlete, a former rapper and someone who was fun to be around.

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May 28, 2020

14 Million People In Latin America, Caribbean At Risk Of Hunger, U.N. Report Says
The World Food Programme estimates that the number of people experiencing severe food insecurity in this area, where the coronavirus is spreading quickly, could quadruple in 2020.

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May 28, 2020

'No Mask - No Entry,' Cuomo Says As He Allows Businesses To Insist On Face Coverings
"You don't want to wear a mask — fine," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says. "But you don't have a right to then go into that store if that store owner doesn't want you to."

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May 28, 2020

Trump Officials Defend Their Handling Of Worker Safety During Coronavirus
They told lawmakers at a congressional hearing Thursday that federal agencies reacted swiftly, giving updated guidelines to employers at hospitals, nursing homes, meat-packing plants and warehouses.

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May 28, 2020

Pennsylvania Democrats Say They Weren't Told When GOP Member Tested Positive
Democrats in Pennsylvania's House say they were kept in the dark for a week when a Republican colleague, who had been working in the State Capitol, tested positive for the coronavirus.

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May 28, 2020

Reckoning With The Dead: Journalist Goes Inside An NYC COVID-19 Disaster Morgue
Time magazine reporter W.J. Hennigan embedded with workers responsible for caring for the bodies of some 20,000 New Yorkers who have died from COVID-19. "It's a haunting thing," he says.

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May 28, 2020

Antibody Tests Point To Lower Death Rate For The Coronavirus Than First Thought
Tests for the immune response to the coronavirus are revealing thousands of people who were infected but never got severely ill. The findings suggest the virus is less deadly than it first appeared.

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May 28, 2020

Basketball Hall Of Fame Postpones Enshrinement Because Of Coronavirus
The Basketball Hall of Fame's Class of 2020, which includes the late Kobe Bryant, could now be pushed to next spring, due to the spread of the virus.

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May 28, 2020

Basketball Hall Of Fame Pushes Enshrinement To 2021 Due To Coronavirus
The Basketball Hall of Fame's Class of 2020, which includes the late Kobe Bryant, is now slated to be honored next spring, the Hall of Fame's chairman tells ESPN.

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May 28, 2020

Michigan Appeals Court Says Barbershop Must Close Despite Its Protests
In a reverse decision, the judges say that barber Karl Manke, who refused to close his shop in defiance of Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's shutdown order, must shutter.

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May 28, 2020

More Patients Seek Abortion Pills Online During Pandemic, But Face Restrictions
As more healthcare moves to online and telemedicine, some patients seeking abortions using pills are running into obstacles.

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May 28, 2020

The Latest U.S. Blow To China's Huawei Could Knock Out Its Global 5G Plans
The Trump administration issued tough export rules this month, which analysts say could spell a death knell for the company's worldwide mobile network ambitions.

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May 28, 2020

Coronavirus Stalks The Country With The World's Worst Humanitarian Crisis
With its health-care system already in dire condition, conflict-ridden Yemen faces what Doctors Without Borders is calling a potential "catastrophe" as COVID-19 spreads.

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May 28, 2020

To Lure Back Tourists, Cyprus Says It Will Cover Costs If They Contract Coronavirus
Cyprus "is committed to taking care of all travelers who test positive during their stay, as well as their families and close contacts," the government says.

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May 28, 2020

To Lure Back Tourists, Cyprus Says It Will Cover Costs If They Contract COVID-19
Cyprus "is committed to taking care of all travelers who test positive during their stay, as well as their families and close contacts," the government says.

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May 28, 2020

Investigation Into George Floyd's Death A 'Top Priority' For Justice Department
Prosecutors say a probe is underway and federal charges are possible. The announcement comes one day after protests erupted for a second night over the circumstances of the unarmed black man's death.

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May 28, 2020

Amazon Is Offering To Keep 125,000 Workers It Hired For The Pandemic
Amazon has hired 175,000 temporary workers to deal with spike in online shopping during the pandemic. Now it's offering most of them permanent jobs.

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May 28, 2020

40.8 Million Out Of Work In The Past 10 Weeks — 26% Of Labor Force
More than 1 in 4 U.S. workers have lost their jobs since coronavirus shutdowns began. Last week, an additional 2.1 million people filed for unemployment benefits.

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May 28, 2020

40.8 Million Out Of Work In The Past 10 Weeks, 26% Of Labor Force
More than 1 in 4 U.S. workers have lost their jobs since coronavirus shutdowns began. Last week, an additional 2.1 million people filed for unemployment benefits.

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May 28, 2020

'Feels Very Anticlimatic': Seniors Reflect On Ending High School Amid The Pandemic
Most high school proms have been cancelled due to the pandemic. Nevertheless, photojournalists gave these seniors a chance to dress up and get their prom photos taken.

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May 28, 2020

Photos From Pandemic Prom: High School Seniors Show Us Their Style
Most high school proms have been canceled because of the pandemic. Nevertheless, photojournalists gave these seniors a chance to dress up and get their prom photos taken.

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