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Live updates: Three-quarters of Americans worry over vaccine haste, as global coronavirus cases top 30 million

(Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP)
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The share of Americans who would be willing to get a coronavirus vaccine if it were available today has dropped significantly from a few months ago, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center.
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Israel, Spain and France show even with strong policies, it’s hard to keep the coronavirus at bay.
Almost 30 students were sent home to quarantine for two weeks after a student went to class days after a positive test for the novel coronavirus.
The former basketball star reflects on Chuck D, the NBA bubble and why student athletes should be paid.
A self-proclaimed “no-masker,” Paul Van Noy told the worshipers gathered at Candlelight Christian Fellowship on July 22 that his first reaction to the threat of a local mask ordinance was that he would resist complying with it.
President Trump on Wednesday tried to knock down a prediction by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention head Robert Redfield that novel coronavirus vaccines will not be widely available until the middle of next year.
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CDC Director Robert Redfield is the latest to run afoul of the president’s upbeat message in the runup to the Nov. 3 election.
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Olivia Troye isn't the first White House aide or ally to speak out against Trump. But she's one of the most important. And what she describes is bleak.
The announcement to use the 10,500-seat basketball arena as an on-campus early voting site came after university officials faced withering criticism for accommodating college football crowds but not student voters.
A wide array of political, legal and financial headaches troubled the U.S. Postal Service in March and April, foreshadowing a summer of upheaval, nearly 10,000 pages of emails, memos and other private agency documents show.
Olivia Troye, who worked as homeland security, counterterrorism and coronavirus adviser for Vice President Pence until August, said the administration’s response has cost lives.
City officials say 37 percent of newly infected people provide contact information for the people they exposed.
Now that Trump is again dubious of the necessity of masks, those around him must account for his stance. It's hard to do so in good faith.
Critics see a rush judgment; Vizcarra remains popular despite the country’s pandemic performance.
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