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‘We’re Clearly Not Doing Enough’: Drop in Testing Hampers Coronavirus Response

For the first time during the pandemic, the United States saw a downward trend in the number of coronavirus tests conducted each day.

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As Colleges Move Classes Online, Families Rebel Against the Cost

Schools face rising demands for tuition rebates, increased aid and leaves of absence as students ask if college is becoming “glorified Skype.”

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Stay Entertained At Home with Bach, Beowulf and a Bee Aficionado

Check out emerging New York photographers, stitch up a suffragist’s portrait and liven up your lunch break with a digital dance party.

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TeleTracking Technologies, Firm Running Coronavirus Database, Refuses to Answer Senators’ Questions

A private technology company managing a new coronavirus database said a nondisclosure agreement with the Trump administration blocks it from discussing its $10.2 million contract.

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3 Mississippi Police Officers Charged With Murder of Black Man

A grand jury indictment accused the officers of pulling George Robinson, 62, from his car in Jackson, Miss. last year, slamming him head first into the pavement, and striking and kicking him in the head and chest.

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Vanessa Guillen Is Memorialized at Texas Service

The family of the Army specialist, whose remains were recovered after being reported missing for months from Fort Hood in Texas, remembered her on Friday at a service at her high school.

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Justice Dept. Says Yale Discriminates. Here’s What Students Think.

The Trump administration’s charge that the university discriminates against Asian-American applicants was disputed by many Asian-American students and others.

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Postal Service Warns States It May Not Meet Mail-In Ballot Deadlines

The agency suggested allowing at least 15 days to request a ballot, fueling further criticism that it was making it harder to vote during the pandemic.

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USPS and Mail-In Ballots: States Warned It May Not Meet Deadlines

The agency suggested allowing at least 15 days to request a ballot, fueling further criticism that it was making it harder to vote during the pandemic.

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Hundreds of SAG-AFTRA Members Will No Longer Qualify for Health Insurance

The American union for professional film and TV actors told members on Wednesday that it would tighten eligibility requirements and raise premiums. A petition opposing the move has been started.

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