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Coronavirus AG Barr says lockdown orders ‘greatest’ civil liberties intrusion since slavery Coronavirus AG Barr says lockdown orders ‘greatest’ civil liberties intrusion since slavery

Coronavirus AG Barr says lockdown orders ‘greatest’ civil liberties intrusion since slavery

By 10 months ago

Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday suggested that nationwide stay-at-home orders to prevent the spread of the coronavirus were the ‘greatest intrusion on civil liberties’ in history ‘other than slavery.’ The panel discusses.Sept. 17, 2020

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Coronavirus CDC chief urges mask wearing after Trump downplays effectiveness Coronavirus CDC chief urges mask wearing after Trump downplays effectiveness

Coronavirus CDC chief urges mask wearing after Trump downplays effectiveness

By 10 months ago

During a town hall, President Donald Trump downplayed the effectiveness of mask wearing. During a Congressional testimony the day after the town hall, CDC Chief Dr. Robert Redfield urged mask wearing, saying it can help combat the spread of coronavirus: “We have clear scientific evidence they work … “I might even go so far as…

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Coronavirus Big Ten to resume football season in October Coronavirus Big Ten to resume football season in October

Coronavirus Big Ten to resume football season in October

By 10 months ago

The Big Ten announced Wednesday that it will begin its football season during the weekend of Oct. 23-24, backed by daily coronavirus testing for all on-field personnel and enhanced cardiac screenings.Why it matters: The conference was the first Power 5 league to postpone its 2020 fall sports seasons because of coronavirus concerns.Each institution in the…

Coronavirus Six months that changed everything Coronavirus Six months that changed everything

Coronavirus Six months that changed everything

By 10 months ago

Sunday marked six months since President Trump declared a national emergency over the coronavirus. If those six months feel like a blur to you, you’re not alone.The big picture: The sheer scale of what the U.S. has been through since March — a death toll equivalent to 65 Sept. 11 attacks, millions out of work,…

Bolt awaits coronavirus test result Bolt awaits coronavirus test result

Bolt awaits coronavirus test result

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Usain Bolt is widely regarded as one of the greatest athletes of all timeJamaican former sprinter and eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt is awaiting results of a recent coronavirus test while self-isolating.”Just to be safe, I’ll quarantine myself and just take it easy,” he said.Bolt held a birthday party in Jamaica and it is…

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Coronavirus: Who will get the vaccine first? Coronavirus: Who will get the vaccine first?

Coronavirus: Who will get the vaccine first?

By 10 months ago

Image copyright Getty Images If or when scientists succeed in making a coronavirus vaccine, there won’t be enough to go around.Research labs and pharmaceutical companies are rewriting the rulebook on the time it takes to develop, test and manufacture an effective vaccine.Unprecedented steps are being taken to ensure roll-out of the vaccine is global. But…

Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 4 – CBC.ca Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 4 – CBC.ca

Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 4 – CBC.ca

By 10 months ago

The latest on the coronavirus outbreak from CBC News. Widespread COVID-19 vaccinations not expected until mid-2021, WHO says. Why millions of travellers have entered Canada despite COVID-19 travel restrictions. Canada added 246,000 jobs in August, but employment still 1 million short of pre-COVID level. Struggling with post-COVID-19 syndrome in a First Nation with limited health…

Coronavirus COVID-19 in Sask: 4 new cases, 4 recoveries reported Friday – CBC.ca Coronavirus COVID-19 in Sask: 4 new cases, 4 recoveries reported Friday – CBC.ca

Coronavirus COVID-19 in Sask: 4 new cases, 4 recoveries reported Friday – CBC.ca

By 10 months ago

Saskatchewan has provided details on new drive-thru COVID-19 testing services in Regina and Saskatoon that are set to open next week.Health Minister Jim Reiter speaks to reporters about drive-thru testing sites set to launch in Regina and Saskatoon in the coming weeks at a press conference in Regina on Sept. 4, 2020. (CBC)Saskatchewan has provided…

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U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Fed Outlook Rattles Investors – The Wall Street Journal U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Fed Outlook Rattles Investors – The Wall Street Journal

U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Fed Outlook Rattles Investors – The Wall Street Journal

By 10 months ago

U.S. stocks fell Thursday, hurt by weakness in the labor market as uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic continues to weigh on hiring. The S&P 500 dropped 0.8% to 3357. The Nasdaq Composite declined 1.3% to 10910, pushing the tech-heavy index further into negative territory for the month. The Dow Jones Industrial Average snapped a four-day…

Coronavirus Is Turning College Football Into Football Without College Coronavirus Is Turning College Football Into Football Without College

Coronavirus Is Turning College Football Into Football Without College

By 10 months ago

Mary Sue Coleman loves college football so much that the former president at Iowa and Michigan plans to spend each autumn of her retirement in Ann Arbor, Mich. But as the coronavirus pandemic ravages the U.S., she sees a big problem for the roughly 70 schools still trying to play a 2020 season. It’s increasingly…

After Unrest, Small Businesses Wrestle With Plywood Storefronts – The Wall Street Journal After Unrest, Small Businesses Wrestle With Plywood Storefronts – The Wall Street Journal

After Unrest, Small Businesses Wrestle With Plywood Storefronts – The Wall Street Journal

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Every morning when he unlocks the door to his New York City wine shop, the brown plywood covering one of its windows reminds Shermon Peters of the night nearly three months ago when looters smashed the glass and stole an expensive bottle of cognac. “It reminds me, ‘Oh, someone looted me,’ ” said Mr. Peters,…

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Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 8 – CBC.ca Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 8 – CBC.ca

Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 8 – CBC.ca

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The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 8. Ontario puts ‘pause’ on further loosening of public health measures as COVID-19 numbers rise. 3 university students share their experiences with CBC News as school returns. Liberals extend commercial rent relief for the last time. P.E.I. expands no-appointment testing to any Islander with symptoms of COVID-19; Quebec…

Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 7 – CBC.ca Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 7 – CBC.ca

Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 7 – CBC.ca

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The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 7. Working from home could have strong ripple effects throughout Canadian society, experts say The Toronto International Film Festival moves ahead this month with a mix of online and in-person screenings N.L. woman speaks out against racism after being singled out for 3rd time during pandemic A…

Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 14 – CBC.ca Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 14 – CBC.ca

Coronavirus The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 14 – CBC.ca

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The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 14. Health minister calls Ontario’s 313 new COVID-19 cases a ‘disturbing and significant’ increase Woodward’s Trump revelations raise questions about Canada’s response to COVID-19 The Weather Network’s autumn forecast good news for people hoping to avoid the indoors during pandemic No masks, no distancing: Schools in Denmark…

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Coronavirus New poll shows 71 percent of Latinos motivated to vote by coronavirus pandemic response Coronavirus New poll shows 71 percent of Latinos motivated to vote by coronavirus pandemic response

Coronavirus New poll shows 71 percent of Latinos motivated to vote by coronavirus pandemic response

By 10 months ago

A new Buzzfeed/Telemundo survey is showing a large number of Latino voters, 71 percent, are motivated to vote in the 2020 election by the coronavirus pandemic after being one of the hardest groups in the U.S.Sept. 13, 2020

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