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Parade marks birthday of boy whose parents died in shooting

A Texas community hit by terrible tragedy months ago came together over the weekend to celebrate a survivor’s first birthday.

Federal judge rules Florida felons can’t be barred from voting because they owe court fines

A federal judge on Sunday ruled that former felons in the state of Florida can’t be barred from voting because they still owe court fines or fees that they are unable to pay.

Trump administration suspends travel from Brazil to limit spread of COVID-19

Trump issued a proclamation halting entry of individuals who have been in Brazil within 14 days before trying to enter the U.S.


Memorial Day weekend pool party in Ozarks draws national attention

Already, the pool party footage has picked up coverage from several media outlets, including TMZ, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and others.


Trump says he’s finished hydroxychloroquine regimen to ward off COVID-19

The FDA has cautioned against the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine for COVID-19 treatment outside of hospitals or clinical trials.


The Match: Tiger-Peyton win 1 up

Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning took on Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in a star-studded showdown for charity.


Fact check: Face masks can be unsafe for children under 2, but not for most adults

The CDC recommends people wear cloth face coverings in public, except for young children. But it is false to say wearing a mask is harmful to adults


NY beaches open this weekend, but not for NYC residents

On Friday, the beaches opened for the 1st time for Nassau and Suffolk county for the first time since New York Gov. Cuomo issued stay at home orders.

University of Michigan president: No college football in fall if students aren’t on campus

University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel said the Wolverines won’t play college football if there are no students on campus this fall.


Anti-lockdown sheriffs call on constituent power to push back on coronavirus restrictions

Opposition to stay-at-home orders is the latest episode in a defiant law enforcement history that stretches back to the end of slavery.


Hassett says unemployment rate could be ‘north of 20%’ in May with possible double-digits in November

A senior White House economic adviser on Sunday again forecasted the US could see steep unemployment rates in May and June amid the coronavirus crisis, with the possibility of double-digit jobless numbers in November.

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