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The university's site tracks where each state currently stands on safety, health and academic help.
A "lawless president" treats American justice like his "personal plaything," says Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
"My work of challenging my students' internalized ableism has allowed me to gradually accept my own disability."
First they said infections weren't mounting. Now they're saying deaths aren't increasing -- even though they are.
The administration is purging inspectors general from U.S. agencies.
“We’re with the president. We’re with this country," Robert Unanue said.
Republicans who voted for Trump say they are “riddled with guilt” in the spot set to air on Fox News.
Five years after claiming he didn’t want rich donors’ money, Trump and the GOP have collected millions from them.
More than 1,300 people incarcerated at San Quentin prison alone have been infected with COVID-19, and 7 have died.
"Listening to my [9-year-old] talk is exactly like watching an episode of drunk history."
“A lot more Americans are going to die,” warned the Nobel Prize-winning economist.
Del Marsh said he's “not concerned” with the spike in infections and touted the controversial idea of herd immunity.

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