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    In the face of a coronavirus outbreak that has now reached the White House, the president, his supporters, and Fox News are blustering about Barack Obama.


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    The nation's top infectious disease official warned lawmakers that if states proceed with reopening their economies early, "There is a real risk that you will trigger an outbreak that you may not be able to control."


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    27 Democrats, led by Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Patty Murray, told the CDC that guidance issued in March is not enough.


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    Fauci also warned Paul not be "cavalier" in thinking children are "completely immune" from the harmful effects of the coronavirus.


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    The two parties are miles apart on what to do in the next wave of coronavirus relief. Republicans say they do not expect anything to pass for a long time.


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    The US Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday about whether Congress and state prosecutors have the power to demand Trump’s tax returns and other financial records.


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    If you read little details about people, you rightly see how big their lives were and how unfathomably awful the coronavirus pandemic really is.


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    "I want to see them considering the beauty industry as a real industry worth saving," said Mercedes Ortiz-Olivieri, who owns a salon in Washington DC.


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    A federal appeals court ruled that a panel of judges was wrong to take up a Trump appeal and dismiss the case. Trump plans to appeal to the Supreme Court.


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    "We agreed that this decision would be in the best interests of the committee and will be effective at the end of the day tomorrow," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Thursday.


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    With courthouses still closed, judges and legal aid groups fear people who can’t afford lawyers are being shut out of the civil justice system altogether.


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    Biden’s campaign is targeting Arizona, Texas, and Georgia as states it can win back from Trump in November.


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    A Stanford whistleblower complaint alleges that the controversial John Ioannidis study failed to disclose important financial ties and ignored scientists’ concerns that their antibody test was inaccurate.


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    We want to know if the coronavirus stimulus check, and a letter about it from the president, changed how you think about Trump and the government.


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    "I would rather have him on the phone with some world leader than have him wash dishes — because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids aren't."


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    “I happen to be taking it," said the president to a stunned audience on Monday.


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    Choosing whether to embrace green policies to lead the economic recovery will be a make-or-break moment for the climate crisis, experts say.


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    State officials in Florida, Arizona, and Georgia have reportedly been censoring scientists or providing questionable COVID-19 case data while pushing for early reopenings.


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    “There is so much misinformation in those tweets that I don't know how to weigh any of it other than to simply just cut through and speak the truth,” Michigan’s secretary of state said.


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    Citizens and residents will be required to download the Ehteraz app when “leaving the house for any reason.”


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    People who worked for Biden in 1993 say they’re skeptical of Reade’s allegations — but they also barely knew her. Inside an office culture 27 years later.


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    Gathering for the G7 summit when the world is tiptoeing out of coronavirus lockdowns: an “awkward proposition to deal with.”


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    The presidential candidate had a tense interview on The Breakfast Club.


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    "I believe my real-life, on-the-ground experience — dealing with real people, real families, real issues, critical issues, crisis management — would be a valued asset to Vice President Biden."


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    The Small Business Administration was supposed to give guidance to lenders to prioritize underserved small businesses, but the agency’s inspector general found it did not.


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    “There is no playbook. There are no established best practices. This uncertainty is impacting our decisions.”


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    We couldn’t eat the food in front of us, but we could escape reality for a moment.


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    The social media platform is siding with scientists to stop the spread of harmful misinformation about the pandemic. If it can do it now, why wasn't it doing it all along?


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    After it was found by Amnesty International, the bug was fixed by the app's developers.


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    While some states and counties are slowly recovering from the ravages of COVID-19, others face a growing number of new cases.


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    Symone Sanders will lead League 46, the campaign’s new project to win millennials and Gen-Z.


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    Donald Trump said mail-in ballots are fraudulent. Twitter said that wasn't the case.


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    “No one person at Twitter is responsible for our policies,” a Twitter spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. “It's unfortunate to see individual employees targeted for company decisions.”


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    The Cheltenham Festival welcomed in hundreds of thousands of spectators even as other major sports around the world were closing their doors.


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    Politicians, they say, can be full of hot air.


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    The Trump administration has been fighting in court with public and nonprofit hospitals since 2017 over a plan to slash the reimbursement rates for drugs prescribed to Medicare patients.


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    “The Trump Administration would prefer to ignore the disproportionate impact this crisis is having on communities of color,” said Sen. Patty Murray.


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    The civil liberties organization is suing the facial recognition company for allegedly violating the privacy of Illinois residents.


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    “Twitter slapped Trump on the wrist,” law professor Eric Goldman told BuzzFeed News. “Trump responds with an attempt to blow up the entire internet.”


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    Trump signed an executive order aimed at stripping Twitter and other social media companies of legal immunity.


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    Trump’s executive order may not do much, but a growing movement of unlikely Republican and Democratic allies are pushing for a real crackdown on tech companies.


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    “We've taken action in the interest of preventing others from being inspired to commit violent acts," the social media network said of Trump's tweet.


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    “I think it is an act of violence.” As Twitter begins to tackle Trump’s tweets, targets of his harassment speak out.


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    Protestors are demonstrating in Minneapolis in response to police brutality. Here are the surveillance tools the Minneapolis PD could be using to watch them.


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    A Minneapolis police officer filmed crushing George Floyd's neck with his knee was arrested on Friday, four days after Floyd died.


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    “We can rebuild a building. But we cannot give this man back to his family.”


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    “The pain is too immense for one community to bear alone,” Joe Biden said Friday of the protests against police violence.


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    BuzzFeed News sued the US government under the Freedom of Information Act for the right to see all the work that Robert Mueller’s team kept secret. Today we are publishing the seventh installment of the FBI’s summaries of interviews with witnesses in the investigation.


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    As responses to the protests over George Floyd’s death come in, it’s clear that only some people are allowed to agitate in public without any consequences.


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    "Although the post had a troubling historical reference, we decided to leave it up because the National Guard references meant we read it as a warning about state action, and we think people need to know if the government is planning to deploy force."


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