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Nearly 1,500 coronavirus-related deaths mark deadliest day of summer

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President Trump on Wednesday, however, continued to press for the nation’s schools to bring children into classrooms, for businesses to open and for athletes to fill stadiums.
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What had started as an heated argument between Maribel Rosado Morales and her ex-boyfriend Donald J. Williams quickly escalated when Williams fatally shot Morales, police said.
Photos of South Dakota’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally packed with maskless bikers prompted New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu to make masks mandatory for gatherings of more than 100 people ahead of Laconia Motorcycle Week.
The upstart club that represents Bergamo fell in the final moments to Neymar and his big-budget Paris Saint-Germain club.
A conversation between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin led to another round of finger-pointing over negotiations on coronavirus aid.
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President Trump on Wednesday continued to press for the nation’s schools to bring children into classrooms, for businesses to open and for athletes to fill stadiums again.
The rate of positive tests has been measured at 0.81 percent for players and 0.46 percent for all personnel, the league announced.
Russia’s vaccine has not been tested sufficiently
Southwest’s policy, in line with CDC guidance, requires “all customers over the age of two to wear a face covering or mask.” But the mother told a local news station "they should have some kind of exemption.”
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No crowd scenes. Few locations. Limited romance. Hollywood entertainment is about to get really strange.
For decades, Italian students have mostly sat two to a desk. The rush to make single-seat desks in time has proved an unexpected headache.
D.C. Council members questioned the city’s progress in identifying new sources of infections.
Greg Sankey is planning on having a fall season, but he has avoided more emotional appeals made by some coaches and politicians who have argued against cancellation.
Sports can't will themselves back. College football's splintering is the latest evidence.
After photo goes viral at Georgia school, parents, teachers and students voiced their conflicting beliefs on school safety and leadership at a meeting.
Fears of new spikes in infections have loomed over Europe’s debate over how and when to reopen schools.
Company is abandoning its headquarters even before employees move in. It had planned to occupy the space starting this summer.
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