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Can you get the coronavirus from secondhand smoke?

Can you get the coronavirus from secondhand smoke? Secondhand smoke isn’t believed to directly spread the virus, experts say, but infected smokers may blow droplets carrying the virus when they … Click to Continue »

Massive explosion shakes Lebanon’s capital Beirut

A massive explosion shook Lebanon’s capital Beirut on Tuesday wounding a number people and causing widespread damage. The afternoon blast shook several parts of the capital and thick smoke billowed … Click to Continue »

Leavine Family Racing to close at end of 2020 season

Leavine Family Racing has sold its NASCAR team but will finish the season with driver Christopher Bell. Team owner Bob Leavine made the announcement Tuesday, saying he could not risk … Click to Continue »

Trump signs $3B-a-year plan to boost conservation, parks

President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed into law legislation that will devote nearly $3 billion annually to conservation projects, outdoor recreation and maintenance of national parks and other public lands. … Click to Continue »

Giants re-sign leading sacker Markus Golden

The New York Giants improved their pass rush by re-signing linebacker Markus Golden. The Giants announced Tuesday the signing on their leader in sacks last season. Golden’s contract is a … Click to Continue »

Tropical Storm Isaias drives wild weather up Interstate 95

Tropical Storm Isaias spawned tornadoes and dumped rain along the U.S. East Coast on Tuesday after making landfall as a hurricane in North Carolina, where it smashed boats together and … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Wisconsin mask requirement aims to stem virus

MADISON, Wisconsin — Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers recently issued a statewide mask requirement to help stem the spread of the coronavirus. It took effect Saturday. Nearly a quarter of Wisconsin’s … Click to Continue »

Wall Street drifts as stock rally takes a pause; yields drop

U.S. stocks are drifting between small gains and losses Tuesday as Wall Street’s big rally over the last couple months lets off the accelerator. The S&P 500 was 0.2% higher … Click to Continue »

AP sources: NFL opt-out deadline set, salary cap relief OK’d

NFL players who decide to opt out of the coming season must do so by Thursday afternoon, a person familiar with the agreement between the league and the players told … Click to Continue »

TCU’s Patterson sorry for repeating racial slur to player

TCU football coach Gary Patterson apologized for himself Tuesday for repeating a racial slur when telling a player to stop using the slur in team meetings. Patterson’s tweet came a … Click to Continue »

Rural counties in Idaho report low census response rates

The U.S. Census Bureau says rural counties in Idaho are struggling to get citizens counted, with some counties reporting a response rate of less than 50%. Valley County has a … Click to Continue »

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