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Posted: Tue-May-2020



News of Mark Morgan’s departure comes a day after President Trump announced plans to increase the number of Border Patrol agents.

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COVID-19 disinformation being spread by Russia, China, say experts
Virus Outbreak Russia

Countries like Russia and China are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to spread disinformation, say experts. While some of the disinformation centres on the origin of the virus, some of it is offering potentially dangerous medical advice.

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4 Minneapolis officers fired after black man dies in police custody
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Four Minneapolis officers involved in the arrest of a black man who died in police custody were fired Tuesday, hours after a bystander's video provoked widespread outrage with footage that showed the man pleading that he could not breathe as a white officer knelt on his neck.

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NYC mayor slams white woman who called police on black man over dog leash dispute
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The confrontation in question began early Monday morning when Christian Cooper said he noticed Amy Cooper had let her dog off its leash in the Ramble, a secluded section of Central Park popular with birdwatchers.

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British government loses a minister over top aide's trips during lockdown
Virus Outbreak Britain

A junior British government minister quit on Tuesday over Prime Minister Boris Johnson's failure to fire his top aide for allegedly breaching coronavirus lockdown rules.

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U.S. partygoers who attended crammed Memorial Day weekend events urged to quarantine
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA

Leaders in Kansas City, St. Louis and the state of Kansas urged people who partied close together at Lake of the Ozarks over the Memorial Day weekend to self-quarantine for two weeks amid fears that the gatherings documented in social media postings will lead to a resurgence of the coronavirus.

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U.S. withdrawal from Open Skies Treaty presents Canada with a 'serious' challenge, says expert
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Washington's pending withdrawal from a confidence-building international treaty that permits member nations to conduct observation flights over each other's territory is going to present Canada with a difficult strategic challenge, according to one Canadian defence expert.

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J.K. Rowling unveils new kids tale The Ickabog as free online serial
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Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is releasing her latest book as a free online serial for kids "needing distraction during the strange and difficult time we're passing through" — and she's also calling on young fans to help create illustrations for an eventual print version.

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U.S. company trials coronavirus vaccine candidate in Australia
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/THAILAND-VACCINE

A U.S. biotechnology company began injecting a coronavirus vaccine candidate into people in Australia on Tuesday with hopes of releasing a proven vaccine this year.

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Latam Airlines files for U.S. Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRAZIL-USA

South American carrier Latam Airlines says it is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it grapples with the sharp downturn in air travel sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Stanley Ho, who built Macau's gambling industry, dies at 98
Hong Kong Obit Stanley Ho

Stanley Ho, the Macau casino tycoon who was considered the father of modern gambling in China, died Tuesday in Hong Kong, his daughter Pansy Ho said. He was 98.

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Widower asks Twitter to take down Trump's tweets about his late wife
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The husband of a woman who died accidentally in an office of former congressman Joe Scarborough two decades ago is demanding that Twitter remove U.S. President Donald Trump's tweets suggesting Scarborough, now a fierce Trump critic, killed her.

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Italy grapples with a new rhythm as it emerges from 2-month lockdown
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Italy, the first Western country to be ravaged by coronavirus, has further eased its two-month-long lockdown, allowing everything from museums and libraries to sit-down dining and hairdressers to reopen leaving businesses to grapple with radical changes to their operations.

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Spain to lift 2-week quarantine for tourists beginning July 1
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN

Spain is urging foreign tourists to return as the country announced Monday that a two-week quarantine period imposed on overseas visitors will be lifted on July 1. 

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Russian prosecutors request U.S.-Canadian citizen Paul Whelan serve 18 years in spying case
RUSSIA-USA/ESPIONAGE-WHELAN

Russian prosecutors asked a court on Monday to sentence former U.S. marine Paul Whelan, who is on trial accused of spying for the United States, to 18 years in a maximum security prison, his lawyer said.

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Germany divided over plans to ease pandemic-related restrictions amid new outbreaks
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A spat was brewing Monday between Germany's federal government and state governors over plans by some regional leaders to end pandemic-related restrictions despite fresh clusters of cases across the country.

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Japan lifts coronavirus emergency in Tokyo, all other remaining areas
Virus Outbreak Japan Daily Life

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe lifted a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and four other remaining areas on Monday, ending the restrictions nationwide as businesses begin to reopen.

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Crowds cram beaches across U.S., raising physical distancing concerns
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA

The Memorial Day weekend marking the unofficial start of summer in the U.S. meant big crowds at beaches and warnings from authorities Sunday about people disregarding the coronavirus physical-distancing rules and risking a resurgence of the scourge that has killed nearly 100,000 Americans.

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Boris Johnson's aide cites 'exceptional circumstances' for his lockdown breaches
Virus Outbreak Britain

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's closest aide Dominic Cummings said he recognized the anger of the British people but tried to explain what he characterized as extreme circumstances that led to him driving 400 kilometres from London to northern England during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Republicans sue California in latest battle over expanded mail voting
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CALIFORNIA-NEWSOM

The Republican National Committee (RNC) and two other Republican groups on Sunday filed a lawsuit against California Gov. Gavin Newsom over his executive orders to use mail-in ballots for the November election.

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White House limits travel to U.S. from Brazil as COVID-19 crisis deepens
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The White House on Sunday said it was prohibiting most non-U.S. citizens from travelling to the United States if they had been in Brazil in the last two weeks, two days after the South American nation became the world No. 2 hot spot for coronavirus cases.

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Flights Cancelled, No Refunds: Chaos At Airports As India Resumes Air Travel
Several passengers complained that they were not given any prior notice and were only informed of cancelled flights when their boarding pass was scanned. ... read more


How Confident Are Canadians Vs. Brits And Americans Post-Pandemic?
We're nowhere near ready to get back to normal, but on that front, we're not alone during this coronavirus crisis. ... read more


The UK's CO2 Emissions Dropped To A Hundred-Year Low During Lockdown
The nation last saw similar levels of emissions in the 1920s, scientists have revealed. ... read more


New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Keeps Her Cool As Earthquake Hits Mid-Interview
“We’re just having a bit of an earthquake here Ryan, quite a decent shake here,” the prime minister said during the live exchange. ... read more


Boris Johnson Refuses To Fire Dominic Cummings Despite Lockdown Allegations
The PM confirmed his senior aide would keep his job despite massive backlash. ... read more


Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas At Thousands Of Protesters Opposing New China Law
Demonstrators took to the streets on Sunday to protest a controversial national security law that would ban secessionist and subversive activity against Beijing ... read more


Pakistan's Coronavirus Response Is All About Politics As Its Cases Soar
The country abandoned most protective measures just as it had a chance to get case numbers under control. It's now celebrating a major festival. ... read more


Boris Johnson's Top Adviser Accused Of Flouting Coronavirus Lockdown Rules
Dominic Cummings, a special aide to Britain's prime minister, reportedly ignored a ban on visiting relatives to travel more than 250 miles to his parents’ house. ... read more


Coronavirus Live Updates: Read The Latest About The COVID-19 Outbreak
Stay up to date as we cover the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and its effects across the world. ... read more


A Tragic Plane Crash In Pakistan Rattles An Already Nervous Nation
With the Islamic holiday of Eid just days away, Pakistanis were hoping for a respite from the country's worsening coronavirus outbreak. ... read more


Europe Braces For Second Wave of Coronavirus Infections
As lockdowns ease, scientists and government officials now fear a new surge is not a matter of if, but when, and how big. ... read more


Airbus Plane Crashes In Crowded Karachi Neighborhood
The Pakistan International Airlines flight, carrying 98 onboard, crashed into a crowded neighborhood on the edge of the airport. ... read more


Family Of Slain Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Forgives Saudi Killers, Sparing 5 Execution
The government agents had been sentenced to death for an operation that cast a cloud of suspicion over Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. ... read more


China Proposes Law Cracking Down On Hong Kong Opposition Activity
Such a move has long been under consideration but was hastened by months of anti-government protests last year. ... read more


Virtual Citizenship Oaths A New Option For Some Future Canadians
The swearing-in ceremonies have been postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis. ... read more


Man Enjoys Sweetest Post-Coronavirus Lockdown Reunion With His Family's Donkey
Ismael Fernández hadn’t seen Baldomera for more than two months because of Spain's restrictions. Video of their reunion is something special. ... read more


At Least 5 Million People Globally Have Been Infected With COVID-19
The World Health Organization warned Wednesday that the outbreak was far from over. "We still have a long way to go in this pandemic,” the agency's chief said. ... read more


What Are The Coronavirus Vaccine Human Trials Actually Doing And What Is Involved?
Experts involved in the Oxford University Covid-19 vaccine trial – and a participant – explain how it works. ... read more


Indian Govt Trots Out Meaningless Data As COVID-19 Cases Rocket Despite Lockdown
The Modi government is using incomplete national-level data to justify arbitrary policy decisions, defend its record, and underplay the extent of the COVID-19 crisis. ... read more


Brazil Is The New Epicenter Of The Global Coronavirus Pandemic
Far-right President Jair Bolsonaro’s denial and incompetence have led to a predictable surge in cases. ... read more


Coronavirus: Denmark opens borders to divided lovers
Boyfriends and girlfriends living in Germany and the Nordic countries can visit partners in Denmark. ... read more


Coronavirus: French alarm at Covid-linked Med pollution
Environmentalists in the south of France find masks and gloves littering the seabed. ... read more


US says Russia sent jets to Libya 'mercenaries'
Russia urges peace talks as the US accuses it of meddling in the Libya conflict. ... read more


Coronavirus: Nature bounces back in Turkey under lockdown
The air quality in Turkish cities has improved since Covid-19 restrictions were imposed. ... read more


Clickbait and podcasts: France frowns on English words
The French language enrichment commission announces a new list of alternatives to English terms. ... read more


Coronavirus: German Ikea car park used for mass Eid prayer
Muslims brought prayer mats and face masks to a huge car park for socially-distanced prayers. ... read more


Leo Varadkar defended over 'picnic in park' pictures
Pictures of the Irish PM, shirtless and apparently enjoying a picnic, were posted on social media. ... read more


Coronavirus: No new deaths in Republic of Ireland
Ireland's chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan said the Republic has "suppressed Covid-19 as a country". ... read more


Boy, 12, followed down mountain by brown bear
Alessandro was hiking with his family in northern Italy when they realised he was being followed. ... read more


Coronavirus: Sports events in March 'caused increased suffering and death'
A top scientist criticises the staging of the Cheltenham Festival and Liverpool's Champions League tie. ... read more


Coronavirus lockdown: Scots' concerns over UK response
Scotland's virus restrictions are set to be eased, but what do Scots think about how the crisis has been handled? ... read more


Italy's medical workers: 'We became heroes but they've already forgotten us'
With Italy past the peak of coronavirus, medical staff say the trauma is only just hitting them now. ... read more


Coronavirus outbreak: Five ways Europe is easing lockdown
Jogging in a Madrid park, having a Czech beer, taking a Greek ferry - Europe is opening up more. ... read more


Coronavirus: How lockdown is being lifted across Europe
As the UK alters its restrictions, how are other European countries reopening after lockdown? ... read more


Coronavirus: Why reopening French schools is a social emergency
Children returning to school are often from wealthier families, so why are other pupils staying home? ... read more


Coronavirus: 'Baffling' observations from the front line
Doctors on the front lines are observing things that they have never encountered before - and it's a challenge. ... read more


Heinrich Himmler: How a fake stamp led to the Nazi SS leader's capture
Seventy-five years after his death, the Nazi SS leader's possessions are due to go on display in the UK. ... read more


Coronavirus travel: Airport tests and hotel quarantine for Greece arrivals
Greece's tourist season begins in June - but how easy will it be for travellers to get into the country? ... read more


Ukranians in Coventry celebrate Vyshyvanka Day
Embroidered shirts take centre-stage as Ukrainians in Coventry mark Vyshyvanka Day. ... read more


Coronavirus: Per capita death rate in Sweden 'very high'
New data suggests that Sweden might have one of the highest Covid-19 deaths-per-capita rate in Europe. ... read more


Officers involved in deadly arrest of black man in Minneapolis have been fired
Video of the incident shows that a white police officer had a black man pinned to the ground next to his patrol car with his knee on the man's neck. ... read more


Trump-Biden sparring escalates for a summer shadowed by the coronavirus
After weeks of a pause in the presidential campaign, the daily attacks and counter-attacks are beginning to emerge. ... read more


A deathbed confession that reveals the lie at the heart of the religious right
The religious right worked to convince McCorvey that abortion was the great defining evil of our time. Then they used her story to push the same line on vulnerable Americans. ... read more


Arbery case exemplifies abuse of 'stand your ground,' but the damage is broad and systemic
"The only advantage for the McMichaels is they are alive to tell their version of the story." ... read more


White woman slammed for calling NYPD on black man who asked her to leash her dog
"The video out of Central Park is racism, plain and simple," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a tweet. ... read more


In blow to DOJ, Supreme Court won't block order to move prisoners over coronavirus concerns
The Bureau of Prisons said more than 160 inmates and seven staff members at the Ohio prison have tested positive for COVID-19. ... read more


Traders sign death waivers as Wall Street reopens, with a few differences
White-haired Peter Tuchman, the most photographed person on the trading floor, will not be back on Tuesday. In March, he tested positive for COVID-19. ... read more


Twitter says it won't remove Trump's tweets about MSNBC host Joe Scarborough
Trump in recent days has attacked Scarborough and also insinuated without evidence that he should be investigated for Lori Klausutis' death. ... read more


Missouri health officials call for self-quarantine of partiers at Lake of the Ozarks
St. Louis County officials issued a travel advisory, citing crowds at Lake of the Ozarks that "flouted" efforts to halt the spread of coronavirus. ... read more


Chicago experiences most violent Memorial Day weekend in five years
The city’s stay-at-home order did little to prevent violent incidents which left 10 people dead and more than 200 guns recovered over the weekend. ... read more


Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to paying bribe for daughter's admission to Georgetown
Robert Repella, a former biotech executive, could get 10 months behind bars for the scheme. ... read more


As Chinese authorities expand use of health tracking apps, privacy concerns grow
To walk around freely, people in China must have a green rating and since February they have been asked to present their health QR codes. ... read more


Hong Kong leader dismisses concerns of Chinese power grab after renewed protests
"We are a very free society, so for the time being people have the freedom to say whatever they want to say," Lam told press. ... read more


France elects its first transgender mayor
Cau's appointment as mayor of Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes arrives as anti-LGBTQ sentiment is on the rise in France. ... read more


'I hit the trifecta': She was battling cancer. Then came coronavirus and the complications.
In the age of COVID-19, cancer hospitals like Memorial Sloan Kettering have been forced to reimagine how to care for patients like 27-year-old Eliza Paris. ... read more


State of the art: How museums are preparing to open amid coronavirus crisis
Spoiler: There will be more “Do Not Touch” signs. ... read more


The best plant-based foods nutritionists order from Amazon Fresh
Considering ordering groceries to be delivered to your doorstep? Here are the items nutritionists always add to their online carts. ... read more


Democratic super PAC wades into New Mexico GOP primary
Patriot Majority PAC is inserting itself into a contentious GOP primary in New Mexico, spending so much that it’s set to be the top TV ad spender in the race’s final week. ... read more


SpaceX's upcoming launch heralds a new era of human spaceflight. Here's why that matters.
The U.S. returns to space Wednesday, but the flight’s significance goes beyond patriotic notions. ... read more


New Rochelle, New York's initial coronavirus epicenter, begins to reopen
“It’s a big, big day because it shows everything is moving forward,” the executive director of the town’s Chamber of Commerce said. “It shows we turned a corner.” ... read more


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Officers involved in deadly arrest of black man in Minneapolis have been fired
Video of the incident shows that a white police officer had a black man pinned to the ground next to his patrol car with his knee on the man's neck. ... read more


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Trump-Biden sparring escalates for a summer shadowed by the coronavirus
After weeks of a pause in the presidential campaign, the daily attacks and counter-attacks are beginning to emerge. ... read more


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A deathbed confession that reveals the lie at the heart of the religious right
The religious right worked to convince McCorvey that abortion was the great defining evil of our time. Then they used her story to push the same line on vulnerable Americans. ... read more


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Arbery case exemplifies abuse of 'stand your ground,' but the damage is broad and systemic
"The only advantage for the McMichaels is they are alive to tell their version of the story." ... read more


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White woman slammed for calling NYPD on black man who asked her to leash her dog
"The video out of Central Park is racism, plain and simple," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a tweet. ... read more


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In blow to DOJ, Supreme Court won't block order to move prisoners over coronavirus concerns
The Bureau of Prisons said more than 160 inmates and seven staff members at the Ohio prison have tested positive for COVID-19. ... read more


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Traders sign death waivers as Wall Street reopens, with a few differences
White-haired Peter Tuchman, the most photographed person on the trading floor, will not be back on Tuesday. In March, he tested positive for COVID-19. ... read more


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Twitter says it won't remove Trump's tweets about MSNBC host Joe Scarborough
Trump in recent days has attacked Scarborough and also insinuated without evidence that he should be investigated for Lori Klausutis' death. ... read more


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Missouri health officials call for self-quarantine of partiers at Lake of the Ozarks
St. Louis County officials issued a travel advisory, citing crowds at Lake of the Ozarks that "flouted" efforts to halt the spread of coronavirus. ... read more


https://media1.s-nbcnews.com/i/newscms/2020_22/3364736/200526-chicago-memorial-day-weekend-violence-al-1408_243e2a67aa029191bb47244cf697b864.jpg
Chicago experiences most violent Memorial Day weekend in five years
The city’s stay-at-home order did little to prevent violent incidents which left 10 people dead and more than 200 guns recovered over the weekend. ... read more


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Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to paying bribe for daughter's admission to Georgetown
Robert Repella, a former biotech executive, could get 10 months behind bars for the scheme. ... read more


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As Chinese authorities expand use of health tracking apps, privacy concerns grow
To walk around freely, people in China must have a green rating and since February they have been asked to present their health QR codes. ... read more


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Hong Kong leader dismisses concerns of Chinese power grab after renewed protests
"We are a very free society, so for the time being people have the freedom to say whatever they want to say," Lam told press. ... read more


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France elects its first transgender mayor
Cau's appointment as mayor of Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes arrives as anti-LGBTQ sentiment is on the rise in France. ... read more


https://media1.s-nbcnews.com/i/newscms/2020_21/3362386/200523-eliza-paris-chemo-al-1111_efd3024e40379fe04982a96ff879d6d6.jpg
'I hit the trifecta': She was battling cancer. Then came coronavirus and the complications.
In the age of COVID-19, cancer hospitals like Memorial Sloan Kettering have been forced to reimagine how to care for patients like 27-year-old Eliza Paris. ... read more


https://media3.s-nbcnews.com/i/newscms/2020_22/3364891/200526-coronavirus-metropolitan-museum-se-339p_8e5de9cec2fdd5d5a7508d13f6231bf4.jpg
State of the art: How museums are preparing to open amid coronavirus crisis
Spoiler: There will be more “Do Not Touch” signs. ... read more


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The best plant-based foods nutritionists order from Amazon Fresh
Considering ordering groceries to be delivered to your doorstep? Here are the items nutritionists always add to their online carts. ... read more


https://media4.s-nbcnews.com/i/newscms/2020_22/3364871/200526-claire-chase-se-325p_2a706c48ced8691115a1129321ba781a.jpg
Democratic super PAC wades into New Mexico GOP primary
Patriot Majority PAC is inserting itself into a contentious GOP primary in New Mexico, spending so much that it’s set to be the top TV ad spender in the race’s final week. ... read more


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SpaceX's upcoming launch heralds a new era of human spaceflight. Here's why that matters.
The U.S. returns to space Wednesday, but the flight’s significance goes beyond patriotic notions. ... read more


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New Rochelle, New York's initial coronavirus epicenter, begins to reopen
“It’s a big, big day because it shows everything is moving forward,” the executive director of the town’s Chamber of Commerce said. “It shows we turned a corner.” ... read more


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