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Raising fears of boogeymen is the president's modus operandi. Here are just some examples.
They may have been spared the high mortality rates of older generations, but COVID-19 threatens to permanently scar the career prospects of young people.
Trump shushed Yamiche Alcindor of PBS, then angrily told her: "You are something."
NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner has urged people to get behind businesses recovering from coronavirus impact.
“There will be some” deaths due to states reopening, he told ABC News, but added, “We can’t sit in the house for the next three years.”
Meanwhile the first group of Wuhan evacuees have left quarantine on Christmas Island.
New Labor Department statistics show that despite Trump’s repeated boasts, job creation was a lot higher during Barack Obama's final years.
Australia's severe weather conditions varied across the country, with a cyclone also affecting Western Australia.
A man has died in Hong Kong taking the global death toll to 427.