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‘It’s A Disaster’: German Expats Love U.S. But Not Its Handling Of Coronavirus

People pass a new coronavirus test center last week at the airport in Munich, Germany, Wednesday. Passengers have the possibility to be tested for the…

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Census Cuts All Counting Efforts Short By A Month

U.S. Census Bureau worker Jennifer Pope wears a face covering at a walk-up counting site in Greenville, Texas, on July 31. The bureau is ending…

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Census, Cut Short A Month, Rushes To Finish All Counting Efforts By Sept. 30

U.S. Census Bureau worker Jennifer Pope wears a face covering at a walk-up counting site in Greenville, Texas, on July 31. The bureau is ending…

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Mississippi On Track To Become No. 1 State For New Coronavirus Cases Per Capita

LouAnn Woodward, who leads the University of Mississippi Medical Center, supports a statewide mask mandate. But she says state leaders are “in a pickle,” based…

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‘We Have Made Mistakes’: Norway Cruise Company Reports COVID-19 Outbreak

The expedition cruise ship MS Roald Amundsen is moored at a quay in Tromso, Norway, on Saturday. At least 36 crew members from the ship…

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‘I Was Asked If I Stole My Car’: Black Diplomats Describe Harassment At U.S. Borders

Tianna Spears joined the State Department in 2018, looking forward to the promise of a fulfilling career. She left after less than two years, and…

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One Year After Walmart Massacre, El Paso Mourns — At A Distance

Mourners hold 23 crosses in front of a Walmart honoring those killed in the 2019 attack in El Paso, Texas. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption…

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Airline Food For Sale. No Plane Ticket Required

An Israeli company is selling airline meals as many flights remain grounded. Daniel Estrin/NPR hide caption toggle caption Daniel Estrin/NPR An Israeli company is selling…

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‘They Know What A Pandemic Is’: HIV Survivors See Similarities To AIDS Epidemic

Harvey Milk’s name is seen among the engraved names of AIDS victims during a World AIDS Day commemoration event at the National AIDS Memorial Grove…

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Hurricane Isaias Makes Landfall In North Carolina

Hurricane Isaias made landfall in North Carolina, near the border with South Carolina, Monday night. Pictured is North Myrtle Beach, S.C., as bands of wind…

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