"Donald Trump failed us," Biden critical of President's COVID-19 leadership

During a speech in Delaware, Vice President Joe Biden criticized President Donald Trump for his handling of the pandemic.        
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AdventHealth CEO says COVID cases in Florida likely to peak later in July
Terry Shaw says his hospital system is well-equipped with PPE, staff and key medications, including remdesivir, to care for patients.
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Fareed: The botched US response to Covid-19 reveals that decades of anti-government ideology have crippled America's state capacity.
Teacher dies after contracting Covid-19 in summer classroom
Three teachers who shared a summer classroom at a school in Arizona all contracted coronavirus last month, leaving one of them dead.
Transcript: Kate Gallego on "Face the Nation"
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Bitcoin scammers extracted $24 million in 2020 alone: report
The scammers use a variety of techniques, and will only get more advanced.
Darius Rucker and wife Beth Leonard split after 20 years of marriage
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Man bites seagull after it tried to steal his McDonald's food: report
Don’t mess with people’s food.
Surgeon general says administration "trying to correct" earlier guidance against wearing masks
Surgeon General Jerome Adams urged Americans to wear face coverings to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
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Sunday on "Meet the Press," host Chuck Todd said President Donald Trump was risking a "Katrina moment" with his leadership amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Yankees mailbag: Did Derek Jeter get too much glory?
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Pennsylvania boy, 13, accused of killing little brother during 'cops and robbers'
Pennsylvania state police arrested a 13-year-old boy after they say he became angry with his 9-year-old brother during a game of cops and robbers and fatally shot him with a gun that belonged to their father, according to reports.
FNC's Wallace to Betsy DeVos on Threat to Cut Off School Funding: ‘You Can’t Do That’
Fox News host Chris Wallace challenged Trump administration Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on a threat to cut off funding for schools that don't return to in-school learning amid the coronavirus pandemic on this week's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday."
Poland Holds Election in Momentous, Tight Presidential Runoff
The result is expected to lead to starkly different paths for the future of Poland
Leave DACA alone, Trump told by business titans following SCOTUS ruling
A group of business leaders representing some of the largest companies in the country urged President Trump over the weekend to leave alone an Obama-era program that shields around 650,000 young immigrants from deportation.
Tech CEO enrolls in anti-racism school after restaurant tirade
In the video, the tech entrepreneur could be seen railing into the patrons, saying, “You f–king Asian piece of s–t.”
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If college football is canceled this fall, playing the season in spring of 2021 does not make sense. But changing the nature of spring football does.
These workers' jobs are most at risk around the world
Those unable to work remotely, unless deemed essential, face a significantly higher risk of reductions in hours or pay, temporary furloughs, or permanent layoffs.
Amanda Kloots opens up about being 'scared of my new normal' after Nick Cordero's memorial
"Truly, I am scared," Amanda Kloots wrote. "Scared of my new normal, of the pain, the loss and being strong enough to get through it."
Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Wears Mask Publicly for First Time
Louisiana’s governor orders bars to close. A flare-up in Pittsburgh offers a cautionary tale. And India records more than 28,000 new cases, with a top Bollywood star among those infected.
Report: UK Cops Ignored Modern Slavery in Textile Sweatshops, Feared Being Branded Racist
British police ignored sweatshops full of mostly South Asian heritage workers in the British fashion industry over fears that they would be called racist, according to reports, mirroring decades of a similar lack of action taken by police in confronting the scourge of mostly Muslim grooming gangs.
Superintendent for one of US's largest public school systems has a message for DeVos: 'You can't put every kid back in a school'
The signage reminding students to stay 6 feet apart is already on the floors. The plexiglass is up in the front office. The desks are spaced in a socially-distanced way in the classrooms.
Trump Foes Target Enemies List: 'Our Task Won’t Be Finished When Joe Biden Takes the Oath of Office'
Opponents of President Donald Trump are planning to target his supporters, both in politics and in the media, after the election, according to a glowing account of the "Never Trump" faction of Republicans that appeared in Saturday's Washington Post.
Inside Fairfax County's plan to reopen schools
CNN's Dana Bash sits down with the school superintendent of Fairfax County, Virginia, to discuss the school system's plan for reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic -- a plan which has been criticized by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Federal officer in Portland struck with hammer during protests, several arrested
A federal officer in Portland, Ore., was struck in the head and shoulder with a hammer during protests outside a courthouse Friday night that resulted in several arrests, authorities said.
Atlanta reverts to "Phase 1" as COVID hotspots surge in South
CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports on the latest developments on COVID-19 across the country.
Randi Weingarten: ‘No way’ schools can return this fall without more funding
Randi Weingarten, the president of the American Federation of Teachers, said there's "no way" schools across the country could reopen this fall because of a lack of federal funding.
Pelosi on Trump wearing a mask: He's crossed a bridge
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) shares her reaction to President Trump wearing a mask in public.
Paige VanZant addresses uncertain future after UFC 251 loss to Amanda Ribas
Paige VanZant has nothing but respect for rival Amanda Ribas. Taking to Instagram after her UFC 251 loss on Saturday, VanZant congratulated Ribas on an “amazing performance,” also shedding light on her next step. “Congrats to Amanda on such an amazing performance. It was truly an honor to share the octagon with you,” VanZant posted....
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Public health expert says DeVos' push to force schools to reopen in fall 'seems like the wrong approach to me'
Dr. Tom Inglesby, director of the Center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins University, warned Sunday that schools should not be forced into reopening in the fall in places where they are not ready to do so, pointing out that the medical community is still unsure of to what extent children can transmit coronavirus to each other or to adults.
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Colorado bear attack leaves woman with clawed back, animal euthanized
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Great white sharks are lurking off NYC-area beaches
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Thousands of Russians protest governor's arrest, demand 'Putin step down'
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Theodore Roosevelt's great-grandson says: Remove the statue
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Jack Charlton, member of England’s 1966 World Cup championship club, dies at 85
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Seattle police chief says 'reckless' and 'political' 50 percent budget cut would lead to major layoffs for black officers
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Criticism of Trump commuting Roger Stone 'is unfounded' to 'some extent,' says former Acting Attorney General Whitaker
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Teddy Roosevelt's great-grandson says remove the statue
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Apple Closes Many Retail Stores Back Down
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Betsy DeVos pressed on if schools should follow CDC guidelines
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Dana Bash questions DeVos: Why do you not have guidance?
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