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Congress provided $28 billion to save restaurants. It's running out
Congress provided $28.6 billion for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. Two weeks after the funds became available, more than $65 billion worth of requests have come in.
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Did the coronavirus escape from a lab? The idea deserves a second look, scientists say
Scientists are urging their colleagues to dig deeper into the origins of the coronavirus behind the pandemic, including the possibility of a lab escape.
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Begging for air: India's oxygen crisis imperils its COVID-19 response
Indians are blaming a national government that did not prepare for a second wave. Officials are now scrambling to distribute supplies.
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Column: Tyranny of the minority, or how Trump and other sore losers are making our nasty politics worse
Gavin Newsom was targeted for recall even before he took office. Do elections matter anymore?
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Most kids with coronavirus infections lack typical symptoms of COVID-19, study says
The vast majority of children with coronavirus infections don't develop common COVID-19 symptoms that would make them easy to spot, a new study says.
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A student's death sparks a public outcry in China — and a rare government response
A school's stonewalling of a mother seeking information on her son's death caused simmering anger with official secrecy in China to boil over.
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'Huge fire' in the sky: From Gaza, a view of the latest conflict with Israel
Civilians in Gaza bear brunt of airstrikes as Israel targets Hamas militants
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Rockets fall and a Tel Aviv family hurries to a bomb shelter
A reporter in Tel Aviv describes what she's seeing during the violence between Israelis and Palestinians.
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CDC panel recommends Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children as young as 12
The recommendation means many middle schoolers and virtually all high school students have the chance to be vaccinated before the next school year.
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Podcast: A look at El Salvador's meme-loving, press-hating autocratic president, Nayib Bukele
El Salvador's meme-loving, press-hating autocratic president, Nayib Bukele
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Slain Colombian activist becomes icon of resistance as protests, deaths mount
Lucas Villa was well-known among protesters in his hometown, dancing, singing and encouraging his comrades. Then someone shot him eight times.
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