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The company said Trump Jr.'s account would be limited for 12 hours. It said the president's son put out a tweet with "misleading and potentially harmful" information about the coronavirus.
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The Democrat's proposal seeks to address the country's racial wealth, opportunity and jobs gaps.
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Early indications are that Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky could face similar increases to those seen in the South, Dr. Anthony Fauci tells ABC's Good Morning America. He urges states to be cautious.
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The tweets, shared by the president, undercut Trump's own recent statements about the importance of wearing masks.
"I'm afraid you are starting to see, in some places, the signs of a second wave of the pandemic" in Europe, says British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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A new national effort aims to deliver better online learning to any district that wants it. Some worry the program is overpromising.
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Power shut-off moratoriums imposed at the start of the pandemic are beginning to expire. Customers and utilities face a backlog of missed bills that may eventually be passed on to ratepayers.
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With the coronavirus spreading out of control in many parts of the U.S., some experts say the strategy of testing and tracing can't contain the pandemic until lockdowns bring case numbers down.
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The first congressional testimony by Jeff Bezos comes at a time when he and Amazon are seeming at their zenith, occupying ever-growing space in American culture.
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The Navajo Nation is having a farming renaissance in the era of COVID-19. More residents are turning to traditional agriculture as they're under strict travel limits due to the coronavirus.
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Enforcement of rules protecting nursing home residents from antipsychotic drugs has declined during the Trump administration, according to a new report.
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The heads of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple will face lawmakers' questions about whether they are using their power to squash competition.
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A long-awaited showdown is expected Tuesday between House Democrats and William Barr. The hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m. ET.
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Face coverings are key to stopping spread of the coronavirus, but also slow communication, especially for people who don't hear well. Volunteers and companies suggest some transparent alternatives.
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Najib Razak was found guilty in the first of multiple trials related to the siphoning of billions of dollars from the country's 1MBD sovereign wealth fund.
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Wall of Moms, Don't Shoot Portland and others sued several federal agencies on Monday, alleging federal officers in Portland are exceeding their legal authority and violating protesters' rights.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom announced incoming funding, strike teams and federal health care workers to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in eight Central Valley counties where hospitals are overwhelmed.
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Mexican media reported several deaths from the storm, including children who were swept away by currents during flooding.
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The temporary units for people waiting to enter the U.S. are meant to bolster a shortfall in shelter caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Gold has soared nearly 30% this year, reaching a record settlement price of $1,931 per ounce Monday. Many analysts see it heading even higher as investors look for a "safe haven."
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