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Thousands of cruise ship crew members remain out at sea

“Everyone’s got cabin fever. We’ve been confined to our cabins now for two weeks,” said Seabourn Cruise Line employee Ryan …read more

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Target, Walmart workers and others plan ‘sickout’ protests over coronavirus safety

The grassroots effort spreading through social media is coinciding with International Workers’ Day, which is typically marked by labor rights …read more

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Meat rationing during WWII holds few similarities to ‘shortage’ of 2020

“Our generation is just not used to this kind of hardship. We think that’s slow internet,” said Sarah Sundin, an …read more

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Grief and questions: Bereaved ask if coronavirus deaths could have been avoided

“If we went into lockdown quickly, people didn’t need to die.” Relatives of coronavirus the victims in U.K. say government’s …read more

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Locked-down families across Europe await verdicts on when schools will reopen

As some pupils return to the classroom, others face a long wait to resume their educations. …read more

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If elections are canceled by the coronavirus, you’ll wish you had vote by mail

Provisions in the Constitution may let us put a government into place without an election, but they’ve not been tested …read more

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Counterprotesters try to mute message of stay-at-home opponents

“We’re not there to literally go toe to toe,” said an organizer with the group Refuse Fascism. …read more

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How accurate are COVID-19 tests and when will we have a vaccine?

Dr. Vin Gupta joins to answer some practical questions about how effective the coronavirus tests really are and when we …read more

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper announces he’s a father

Wyatt Morgan Cooper was born with the help of a surrogate and is named after Cooper’s late father. “I hope …read more

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Watchdog: NATO won’t release Taliban attack totals while U.S. negotiates Afghan peace deal

The government’s internal watchdog for Afghan reconstruction said that when the U.S. signed a short-term peace deal, NATO stopped releasing …read more

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