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Migrant communities are facing unique challenges during the pandemic that take a financial, physical and emotional toll.
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It's understandable to be nervous about sitting in a room for two hours alongside dozens of strangers.
"It is not 100% protective but does reduce your odds,” says Professor Melinda Mills, from the University of Oxford.
“The status quo is easy to excuse, and it’s hard to break. But it will pull tightest right before snapping.”
Quickly squirting it into your hands isn't effective against COVID-19.
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“I apologise for my cat’s tail,” Scottish parliamentarian John Nicolson told his fellow politicians.
The former campaign manager's "Death Star" boast is now blowing up on him.
Both pics may violate federal regulations that forbid government employees to use their positions, titles or authority to endorse products.
Bodycam footage released Wednesday shows a panicked and fearful Floyd pleading with Minneapolis police officers in the minutes before his death.
A coronavirus vaccine is within reach, but its success may test whether social media companies are serious about cracking down on misinformation.
Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police Shane Patton called the breach of the stay-at-home order "ridiculous," adding, "that birthday party is costing them."
The promising vaccine, developed by Dr. Anthony Fauci’s colleagues at the National Institutes of Health and Moderna Inc., was the first tested in the US.
Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend faces six criminal charges.
Enigmatic street artist poses as a Transport for London worker while conveying message about masks and the spread of coronavirus.
John Ortberg, the senior pastor at California's Menlo Church, allowed his son to continue working with children, despite the confession.

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