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Mourning those lost to COVID-19100,000 lives
      

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Dining out, literallyHow restaurants adapt
      

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Staying Apart, TogetherIt's hard right now. ☹️
      

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MoviesBest to binge 📺
      

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'No justice, no peace': Protests, violence continue in Minneapolis, New York City, other US cities following George Floyd's deathProtests nationwide continued in the wake of the death of George Floyd, and Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey declared a local emergency on Thursday.
      

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Minneapolis police at center of George Floyd's death had a history of complaintsUSA TODAY spoke with people who filed official complaints against Derek Chauvin, the officer fired for kneeling on George Floyd's neck.
      

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Federal authorities pledge 'robust' investigation into George Floyd's death; Minnesota National Guard activated: What we knowOn Thursday, federal and state authorities promised a swift and thorough investigation as Gov. Tim Walz activated the Minnesota National Guard.
      

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Coronavirus live updates: NYC targets reopening in June; Boston Marathon canceled; SAT registration chaosNew York sets target for reopening. The Boston Marathon is canceled. San Francisco residents will have to stay home longer Latest COVID-19 news.
      

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George Floyd video adds to trauma: 'When is the last time you saw a white person killed online?'Analysis: African Americans face harmful mental health effects every time high-profile incidents of racism and police brutality go viral.
      

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The stakes have never been higher as America reopens. What can a post-coronavirus world look like?The U.S. is in the initial throes of a rebirth, one both painful and high risk in the wake of a toll in human lives and economic livelihoods.
      

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Trump's social media order to have agencies review whether Twitter, Facebook can be sued for contentTwitter, Trump's favorite platform to post unfiltered views to his 80 million plus followers, added a warning phrase under two of his tweets Tuesday.
      

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Mississippi mayor refuses to resign after facing backlash for George Floyd comments: 'I didn't see anything unreasonable'A Mississippi mayor sparked controversy with his comments about George Floyd's death, but Hal Marx is rejecting calls for his resignation.
      

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Benjamin Crump: When will African Americans have the right to self defense?Breonna Taylor's boyfriend tried to stand his ground, but got charged with a crime instead.
      

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Fact check: Ex-officer involved in George Floyd's death not pictured at Trump rallyThe ex-Minneapolis police officer involved in George Floyd's death was misidentified as a man who appeared with the president at an October rally.
      

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Victoria's Secret model Romee Strijd is pregnant after fertility struggle: 'Cannot believe I'm saying this'Victoria's Secret model Romee Strijd tearfully announced Thursday that she is pregnant with partner Laurens van Leeuwen after years of struggle.
      

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Costco plans to bring back samples after suspending the free snacks due to coronavirus pandemicCostco plans to start bringing back its free food samples in mid-June with some changes. Sampling was suspended in March due to COVID-19.
      

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2020 Republican convention: RNC sends Gov. Roy Cooper 'safety protocols' for Charlotte eventThere is no mention of face masks or social distancing in the letter. which are both currently the state's guidelines.
      

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YouTuber Myka Stauffer faces backlash for 'rehoming' adopted Chinese son with autismYouTuber Myka Stauffer is facing backlash after announcing her family's decision to "rehome" their autistic adopted son from China.
      

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Sen. Tim Kaine says he and his wife Anne Holton tested positive for coronavirus antibodiesThe positive antibody test means they might have had the coronavirus, but the CDC urges caution about false-positive test results.
      

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk awarded stock worth more than $700 million as electric car maker hits goalsTesla CEO Elon Musk has qualified for a compensation package worth about $770 million after the electric vehicle company hit financial goals.
      

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Aldi adding curbside grocery pickup to nearly 600 stores in 35 states this summerAldi is adding curbside grocery pickup, a program that has grown in popularity due to COVID-19, to nearly 600 stores in 35 states by the end of July.
      

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Trump wants a crackdown on Twitter, Facebook, but the law protects them. Is that a good thing?Debate over whether social media companies should be responsible for user content is reaching an inflection point with Trump's latest action.
      

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Colin Kaepernick expresses support for Minneapolis protesters after death of George FloydColin Kaepernick took to social media to express his support for the protests in Minneapolis that have sprung up after the death of George Floyd.
      

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Roy Halladay's drug addiction exposed in ESPN documentary 'Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story'ESPN documentary "Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story" describes Halladay's drug addiction that few knew about before he died in a plane crash in 2017.
      

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Boston Marathon canceled for the first time in 124-year historyBecause of coronavirus, Boston Marathon had been postponed to Sept. 14 from Patriots' Day running in April. But in-person race was canceled Thursday.
      

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911 call from Breonna Taylor shooting released: 'Somebody kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend'"I don't know what is happening," Kenneth Walker said. "Somebody kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend."
      

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'Sorry, no mask allowed': Texas bar resists coronavirus guidance, turns away mask wearers"Sorry for the inconveniences please bear with us thru the ridiculous fearful times," reads the sign on the front of the Liberty Tree Tavern in Texas.
      

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Video tours? Suburbs vs cities? Buying, selling a home to look different after COVID-19The coronavirus pandemic has altered the way residential property is bought and sold, changes that aren't likely to disappear any time soon.
      

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Rev. Jesse Jackson calls for nationwide protests after George Floyd's death"Protest until something happens," Rev. Jesse Jackson said in Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd while in police custody.
      

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Sea lion hilariously chases its tail like a dogThis sea lion had quite the audience at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. while kids encouraged it to chase its tail with hand gestures.
      

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Seniors get sweet treats delivered to their doorResidents at Essex Meadows Senior Living Community in Connecticut get fun surprises every Friday to keep their spirits up. This time, it was ice cream delivery straight to their doors.
      

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How to make disinfectant wipes at homeNot sure when Clorox wipes will be back in stock? Here's how to make your own with bleach or alcohol.
      

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Dad and daughter duo in Spain dress up in different costumes for their daily walksThis dad and daughter duo in Spain have been dressing in costumes for their daily walks to bring some joy back to their neighborhood.
      

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Your guide to COVID-19What you need to know about coronavirus, including what to do if you think you might be sick, how to keep you and your family safe and tips on what to do while staying home.
      

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Good news storiesThese powerful, human stories offer some good news: our families, friends and neighbors are moving forward amid coronavirus.
      

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Which states require travelers to self-quarantine?States are beginning to open back up, but some require or recommend visitors self-quarantine for two weeks.
      

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Fact check: Actor and comedian Tim Allen did not write viral conservative statementA viral social media post is misattributed to the "Last Man Standing" star.
      

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Coronavirus postcard that featured Trump's name cost struggling Postal Service $28 millionTrump's coronavirus post card, mailed to every American home, drew fire from critics who noted it prominently featured his name in an election year.
      

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J.C. Penney store closing sales to begin within weeks: 242 permanent store closures planned in bankruptcyJ.C. Penney will begin going-out-of-business sales at certain stores within weeks, an attorney for the company said Thursday at a court hearing.
      

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Coronavirus: Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Garner and more stars team up for virtual graduationsWho says graduation can't happen online? Liam Payne, Oprah Winfrey and more stars are going to give the Class of 2020 a virtual send-off.
      

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