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Analysis: How a COVID-19 vaccine could cost Americans dearly

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Yes, of course, Americans’ health is priceless, and reining in a deadly virus that has trashed the economy would be invaluable.

U.S. formally submits withdrawal from WHO amid surge of COVID-19 cases

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The United States officially submitted its notification of withdrawal from the World Health Organization (WHO) to the United Nations secretary-general, setting in motion the country's exit from the global body in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Florida hit with 9,989 new coronavirus cases as the death toll nears 4,000

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Florida’s Department of Health on Wednesday confirmed 9,989 additional cases of COVID-19, the fourth-highest single-day total recorded since the pandemic began in March. The state now has 223,783 confirmed cases.

New coronavirus projection predicts 208,000 U.S. deaths by November, says universal mask usage would...

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A newly released model predicts that a total of 208,000 Americans will have died from COVID-19 by Nov. 1.

Teacher who raped and later married student, dies from cancer at 58

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Mary Kay Letourneau, the Seattle-area teacher who gained national notoriety when she pleaded guilty to raping her sixth-grade student Vili Fualaau, died on Tuesday of stage 4 cancer at the age of 58, her attorney confirmed.

Fauci: Current coronavirus situation is ‘really not good’

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Though President Donald Trump has attempted to downplay the dangers of coronavirus as the reopened country sees a surge in new cases, the country’s top infectious disease expert sees a much more worrying situation.

NYPD commissioner blames Fourth of July surge in shootings on police reforms gone too...

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The shocking surge in shootings in New York City over the Fourth of July weekend was no surprise to New York Police Department Commissioner Dermot Shea.

41 shot Saturday night in NYC with at least 4 dead in citywide explosion...

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New York City turned into the Wild West as a series of shootings claiming four lives and injuring 37 others erupted amid Fourth of July celebrations.

Leaked emails and passwords were from ‘third-party data breaches,’ University of Michigan says

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Thousands of University of Michigan students got a scare Friday night: warnings circulating on social media about an apparent data breach leaking their U-M email addresses and passwords.

Florida breaks record with 11,458 new COVID-19 cases

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Saturday’s update on new confirmed COVID-19 cases from the Florida Department of Health reflected the state recorded a new single-day high, rocketing past previous peaks.

US population growth has been driven exclusively by minorities

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U.S. racial and ethnic minorities accounted for all of the nation’s population growth during the last decade, according to new Census Bureau estimates.

Trump Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle tests positive for coronavirus

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One of President Donald Trump’s top campaign fundraisers — and the girlfriend of his son Donald Trump Jr. — tested positive for coronavirus Friday in South Dakota hours before Trump gave a speech at Mount Rushmore.

Gun demand is off the charts in US even for an election year

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U.S. consumers are rushing to buy guns as the COVID-19 pandemic and protests over police brutality combine with U.S. presidential politics to fuel unprecedented demand.

Face covering order issued in Texas to slow down COVID-19 spread

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Texas issued face-covering order in public places as COVID-19 cases continued to spike in the state.

Just one COVID-19 vaccine isn’t enough, Fauci says

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The world needs more than one vaccine to tackle the new coronavirus, even as pharma companies race to be the first with a pandemic shot, said U.S. infectious-disease expert Anthony Fauci.

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