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The 5-month-old daughter of a New York firefighter dies from coronavirus

A New York firefighter’s infant daughter has died from coronavirus, her family says, making her one of the youngest known victims of the virus.

Biden says he thinks Trump will try to delay the presidential election

Former Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday he believes President Donald Trump will try to delay November’s presidential election.

43 states have ordered or recommended that schools don’t reopen this academic year

Most governors in the United States have ordered or recommended that statewide school closures continue for the rest of the academic year to help reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Supreme Court denies request to suspend ‘public charge’ rule for immigrants during pandemic

The Supreme Court on Friday denied a request from New York and other states to block the Trump administration’s controversial “public charge” rule during the coronavirus pandemic.

House Democrats investigating unproven Covid-19 antibody tests

House Democrats are citing flaws in federal policy that have led to unproven and fraudulently marketed coronavirus antibody tests being sold in the United States, according to a memo shared exclusively with CNN.

Colorado Walmart store shuts down after coronavirus deaths

Public health officials in Aurora, Colorado, ordered a Walmart supercenter to shut down Thursday after a 72-year-old Walmart worker, her 63-year-old husband, and a 69-year-old third-party security contractor for the company died from coronavirus.

Covid-19 is ravaging nursing homes. Government records show why

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NBA legend upstaged by surprise service dog

Veteran Jeannette Torres served the U.S. Army and Naval Reserve. Now an entire stadium of fans get to see her gifted a service dog.


First on CNN Business: JPMorgan, Ruth’s Chris accused of cheating small businesses out of emergency loans

JPMorgan Chase, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and others are being accused in a lawsuit of efforts to “cheat” small businesses out of federal stimulus funding.

Lysol maker: Please don’t drink our cleaning products

The company that makes Lysol and Dettol is urging customers not to consume its cleaning products after President Donald Trump suggested the possibility of injecting disinfectants to protect people from coronavirus.

How the Supreme Court has enabled Trump on immigration

The US Supreme Court has affirmed President Donald Trump’s vast power over immigration, greenlighting his travel ban for certain majority-Muslim countries in 2018 and, more recently, letting him move forward with border wall funding and new rules for l…

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