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The company said demand has declined "fueled by misinformation around the safety of the product and a constant barrage of litigation advertising." Lawsuits allege the powder causes cancer.
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Dr. Deborah Birx said data from across the country shows that new hospitalizations have dropped by 50% in the last 30 days, and deaths continue to decrease week over week.
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Florida's top COVID-19 data scientist has been dismissed. Rebekah Jones says she's been fired for refusing to manipulate the data that would have drummed up support for the state to reopen.
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California led the nation in issuing a statewide stay-at-home order. And it's paying an economic price: a $54 billion deficit. As the state reopens, it seeks to balance the economy and public health.
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His request comes days after the acting director of national intelligence released a list of Obama-era officials who potentially received intelligence connected to Michael Flynn.
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Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine responded to critics who say there are holes in the state's plan to test all residents and staff at nursing homes: "The plan is an evolution."
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Shakespeare's Globe in London is in dire financial straits after being closed since March, the venue's leadership says. The theater is requesting government aid to stay afloat.
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By a mutual decision in March, both countries banned nonessential travel across their shared border. Two months later, Canada and the U.S. have agreed for a second time to extend the partial ban.
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In the early 2000s, war games about pandemics popped up. But participants say the outbreak threat couldn't compete with more visible national security concerns such as wars and terrorist attacks.
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The social network is positioning its new commerce feature as a way to help small businesses that have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Roughly 25% of the 7,152 tests in the most recent 24-hour period resulted in positive COVID-19 diagnoses.
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Senators squabbled over how quickly the economy can rebound from the coronavirus shutdown, and whether the government is doing enough to support struggling families and businesses.
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Since the country's 2016 peace deal, former rebels have joined armed groups operating in narcotics trafficking, extortion and illegal gold mining, according to the Colombian military.
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U.S. federal prosecutors are seeking the return of the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet, purchased by Hobby Lobby for display in the Museum of the Bible, which authorities say cooperated with the investigation.
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A coalition of Democratic campaign committees released a memo outlining their 2020 strategy to focus on health care as a path to victory up and down the ballot.
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ABC News correspondent Dan Harris was broadcasting live in 2004 when he experienced a panic attack. He credits meditation with helping him work through his anxiety — both then and now.
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Three months after filing for bankruptcy, Pier 1 said it plans to liquidate as soon as it can reopen stores that have been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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The massive storm now churning over the Bay of Bengal is expected to make landfall Wednesday local time, deeply complicating both countries' responses to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Major pro sports in the U.S. were benched due to the coronavirus outbreak. Now, some are restarting. For others, the pace is more measured.
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Gig workers are now eligible for unemployment benefits, but states have been slow to update their systems to accept claims. That's left many workers waiting weeks for help.
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