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Yahoo! ArtsAug 09, 2020
Michigan university among 1st in US to test campus living during COVID-19 pandemic
Lake Superior State University students have moved back into dorms and start classes Monday. Life will look different than when they left.


Yahoo! BooksAug 09, 2020
'We have to reach an agreement': Dems, White House open to deal on COVID-19 relief despite Trump's orders
Pelosi said Trump's executive orders failed to accomplish the administration's own stated goals.


Yahoo! BooksAug 09, 2020
COVID-19 cases top 5 million in US with odds for highly effective vaccine ‘not great'
The United States leads the world in confirmed cases, followed by Brazil and India.


Yahoo! BooksAug 09, 2020
A white person and a Black person vote by mail. Whose ballot is more likely to be rejected?
The changes states are scrambling to make ahead of November to help protect voters from COVID-19 could disproportionately disenfranchise people of color.


Yahoo! BooksAug 08, 2020
Kim Jong-un sends aid to North Korean border city in lockdown
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has ordered the distribution of aid to the border city of Kaesong after the area was locked down last month to fight the coronavirus, state media said on Sunday. Authorities raised the state of emergency to the maximum level for the city in July, saying they had discovered the country's first suspected virus case. A train carrying goods arrived in the "totally blocked" city of Kaesong on Friday, the official KCNA news agency reported. "The Supreme Leader has made sure that emergency measures were taken for supplying food and medicines right after the city was totally blocked and this time he saw to it that lots of rice and subsidy were sent to the city," it said. Mr Kim had been concerned "day and night" about people in Kaesong as they continue their "campaign for checking the spread of the malignant virus", the report added. Last month, Pyongyang said a defector who had left for South Korea three years ago returned on July 19 by "illegally crossing" the heavily fortified border dividing the two countries. The man showed symptoms of coronavirus and was put under "strict quarantine", authorities said, but the North has yet to confirm whether he tested positive. If confirmed, it would be the first officially recognised case of Covid-19 in North Korea, where medical infrastructure is seen as woefully inadequate to deal with any epidemic. The nuclear-armed North closed its borders in late January as the virus spread in neighbouring China. It imposed tough restrictions that put thousands of peopl
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