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- Malaysia: Education union pivots to address new situations caused by COVID-19 crisis
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- DRC: united teaching unions set out firm conditions for the reopening of schools
- Trump, Biden mark coronavirus death toll in different ways
- Dems abandon vote on bipartisan FISA bill after Trump tweets veto threat
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- Senate Homeland Security Committee to vote on subpoenas in Russia probe review
- Houses of worship fight back in court against state lockdown orders
In black communities, where barbershops and salons are cultural institutions and gathering places, the lockdown has hit barbers and stylists hard.
History tells us that rushing a vaccine for COVID-19 will prove more hazardous than if it's done right.
Del Mar will start its summer meeting eight days earlier but only race three days a week in response to the coronavirus outbreak. There will be no spectators.
Celebrate the Jewish holiday of Shavuot with a free all-night festival
Since April 17, coronavirus infection rates have surged in L.A. County's poorer neighborhoods, while cases have risen far more slowly in richer areas.
Newport Harbor's two-sport star has been with his band of lacrosse brothers since sixth grade. Now he will go his own way, to Bryant University.
Stepping up his fight with Twitter, Trump is expected to sign an order regarding social media.