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Vulnerable coal miners suffering from black lung disease fear what will happen if COVID-19 is added to the mix.
"Can’t I acknowledge the magnitude of the horror this crisis has brought to the world while still grieving what I lost?"
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"Had to fake an injury to get out of doing chores I’ve been telling my wife I would do as soon as I had the time."
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People who believe their workplaces are not essential have been begging authorities to shut them down.
The senior Catholic will walk free after he was convicted of sexually abusing two 13-year-old choirboys.
"It's sad to me that people are promoting that drug," he said of the anti-malarial medication Trump has touted.
Rudy Giuliani and Sean Hannity are two of the Trump loyalists who have thrown their support behind hydroxychloroquine.
COVID-19 lockdowns are putting people with abusive partners at greater risk for domestic violence, the UN chief said.
But she's optimistic about a much swifter recovery because the economy was strong before the coronavirus pandemic.
She worries Trump will use the COVID-19 battle to "play off our fears for his own benefit" in a power grab.
He shocked the crew when he slammed Capt. Brett Crozier for sending an email about the coronavirus outbreak on board.
The YouTube star’s viral parody “Andy!” thanks Andrew Cuomo for his daily press briefings.
The CBS drama “All Rise” aims to be the first scripted TV show to return to production.
Asian Americans have reported an increase in hate crimes and discrimination since the start of the pandemic.