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Another 1.3 million people filed first-time claims for unemployment aid last week, according to the Department of Labor
The CDC will not revise guidelines for schools reopening, Director Dr. Robert Redfield says. His comments come a day after Trump tweeted that he disagreed with the guidelines. Follow live updates:
The mayor of Seoul, South Korea, has been reported missing and police have launched a search for him, an official says
Former "Glee" actress Naya Rivera has gone missing at a lake in Southern California, authorities said.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says she will be signing an order to mandate masks in her city. Follow live updates:
The University of North Carolina has suspended the football program's voluntary workout program after 37 players and staff tested positive for Covid-19. Follow live updates:
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro vetoes several points of a law aimed at protecting indigenous communities against Covid-19
The Democratic mayor of Houston stops the Texas Republican Party from holding its state convention in-person next week amid a spike in coronavirus cases
Christian Cooper, the Black man who filmed a White woman calling the police on him while he was birdwatching in Central Park in May, has not cooperated with the Manhattan district attorney's investigation, The New York Times reports
New satellite images of North Korea show activity at a facility researchers suspect is being used to build nuclear warheads
Former Fox News anchor Shep Smith heads to CNBC to host evening newscast
Facebook says it has shut down pages and accounts linked to Roger Stone and Proud Boys, a far-right group Facebook has banned under its hate policies
The number of Florida hospitals with no available ICU beds drops from 56 to 42. Follow live updates:
US coronavirus cases now top 3 million after infections spread at a ferocious pace to another 1 million people in just 28 days
Key impeachment witness Lt. Col Alexander Vindman is retiring from the US Army. His lawyer cites "bullying, intimidation and retaliation" led by Trump.
The Supreme Court clears the way for the Trump administration to weaken Obamacare's no-cost birth control coverage mandate
Harvard and MIT sue the Trump administration over new ICE guidance that does not allow foreign students to take online-only courses in the US this fall
Mary Kay Letourneau, the Seattle teacher convicted in 1997 of raping a 13-year-old student she later married, has died of cancer, her former attorney says.
This replaces a previous tweet that incorrectly described Letourneau's 1997 rape conviction.
Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized last month after falling while walking near his home, a spokeswoman for the Supreme Court says
At least 56 ICUs in Florida have reached capacity, officials say, as the worsening coronavirus pandemic hit a series of somber peaks across the US