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Feds target price gouging as states and hospitals swarm private market for supplies

Desperate for critically needed medical supplies, hospitals and states have swarmed to the private market to obtain equipment only to have it suddenly seized — and later re-distributed — by the federal government, fueling frustration and concern amon…

2020 NFL draft picks: Team-by-team look at all 255 selections

Here is a team-by-team look, including analysis, for all the 255 selections in the 2020 NFL draft.

      

Michigan state senator apologizes for wearing face mask that looks like Confederate flag

Republican state Sen. Dale Zorn apologized Saturday after previously denying that his face mask depicted a Confederate flag.

      

Biden’s former Democratic rivals form a deep bench of potential Cabinet picks

For months, Democratic Party operatives openly agonized about how the large primary field could hurt the eventual nominee’s ability to defeat President Donald Trump in November.

Severe thunderstorms possible across the Southeast today

Severe storms will track across parts of the Southeast Saturday after causing damage in northeast Texas on Friday.

Coronavirus strains cash-strapped hospitals, could cause up to 100 to close within a year

In rural communities across America, more than 800 hospitals faced financial peril before COVID-19. Now, they could face closure.

      

Georgia attorney general will investigate racist text sent to Atlanta mayor and her 12-year-old son

The Georgia attorney general is investigating a racist text that was sent to Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Wednesday night, a spokesman for the mayor confirmed.

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.

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