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People must wear face masks when using public transportation and taxis in South Korea starting Tuesday, as part of efforts to slow spread of novel coronavirus while public activities are increased.

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Russia reports 8,946 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the country’s tally to 353,427.

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As beaches begin to reopen, lifeguards, for one, are working to figure out the new normal.

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Viral video shows large crowd gathered with apparent lack of social distancing on Memorial Day weekend in Missouri.

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Volunteers say the government isn't doing enough to help the most vulnerable.

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"Even if, purely theoretically, he belonged to someone," the zoo's announcement of Saturn's death asserts, "animals are not involved in war and politics, it is absurd to blame them for human sins.”

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On this Memorial Day, we remember the fallen who have served our country.

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What's your state's coronavirus reopening plan?

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Some congregants around the country headed for their places of worship with numerous precautions in place.

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👰🏽 What's the best way to communicate to guests that you are postponing?
👰🏽 What is wedding insurance and what does it cover?
👰🏽 What are some wedding alternatives during COVID-19?
👰🏽 How do I safely shop for a wedding dress?

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Tens of thousands of homes and businesses lost power, buildings were battered and trees were uprooted as a vast stretch of the west Australian coast was whipped by a severe storm.

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"If the parents were educated and the kids were educated, we'd have a way safer environment all around."

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Congress could extend the recession if it doesn’t bail out the states.

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Strapped for cash and some protective equipment, and forced to re-write protocols to better fortify against the contagious spread of COVID-19, doctors’ offices and hospitals across the country are beginning to rethink their approach to personal care.

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"While we may not be able to gather together in the manner in which we are accustomed, we will still ensure those who made the supreme sacrifice in the service of our country are appropriately honored and remembered on Memorial Day."

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CYBER GRADUATION: These high school students were able attend their graduation ceremony remotely from home with the help of robots.

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With unemployment levels at a record high and millions of people across America feeling the financial burden of the coronavirus pandemic, it may be tempting to dip into your 401(k) account for immediate help.

Not so fast, experts warn.

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has repeatedly urged residents to cover their faces in public during the COVID-19 pandemic, but he didn’t heed his own plea when he posed mask-less for photographs alongside residents during a weekend beach visit.

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"We are a family of huggers. That's how our family shows love."

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe lifts the state of emergency in Tokyo and four other remaining areas, bringing an end to the restrictions nationwide.

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