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CNBC World NewsJul 14, 2020
Coronavirus live updates: Moderna says all patients produced neutralizing antibodies in vaccine trial
The coronavirus has infected more than 13.14 million people across the country as of Tuesday, killing at least 574,600. people.

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Coronavirus latest: Texas record sends new US cases above 60,000 (FT.com - Europe)
Coronavirus News: Live Updates (Int'l Herald Tribune)

ABC NewsJul 14, 2020
Some of Trump's loyal supporters cling to COVID-19 conspiracy theories
In interviews with ABC News, over a dozen devoted Trump supporters questioned expert medical advice and the existence of the coronavirus.

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Arizona reports all-time high in COVID-19 hospitalizations as U.S. reaches 3.4 million cases (CBC Top Stories)

Int'l Herald TribuneJul 14, 2020
Trump in CBS Interview Says White People Are Killed More by Police: Live Updates
In today's voting, Jeff Sessions is hoping to win back his old Senate seat in Alabama, and other key races are taking place in Texas and Maine.

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Biden vs. Trump 2020: Live Updates (Int'l Herald Tribune)

Int'l Herald TribuneJul 14, 2020
U.K. Bars Huawei From 5G Network, Raising Tensions With China
Banning the use of the Chinese tech giant's equipment in high-speed wireless infrastructure is a major reversal by Prime Minister Boris Johnson — and a big victory for the Trump administration.

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UK says it will ban China's Huawei from 5G networks in major U-turn (CNBC World News)

NPR Headline NewsJul 14, 2020
Trump Says 'More White People' Killed By Police Violence Than Blacks
In an interview with CBS News, the president also said, "I know people who like the Confederate flag, and they're not thinking of slavery."

ABC NewsJul 14, 2020
Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's alleged recruiter, pleads not guilty
Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite and longtime companion of the infamous sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, pleaded not guilty to federal sex trafficking charges.

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Ghislaine Maxwell Is Denied Bail by Judge Who Calls Her a Flight Risk (Int'l Herald Tribune)

Int'l Herald TribuneJul 14, 2020
Judge, Expressing Skepticism, Upends $25 Million Harvey Weinstein Settlement
The judge questioned whether the women involved in the proposed agreement constituted a legal class. He also said a proposal to pay out $12 million toward legal fees for the producer and his former company directors was "obnoxious."

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Judge rejects $19 million settlement for Weinstein victims (ABC News)

BBC Front PageJul 14, 2020
Ghislaine Maxwell denied bail in Epstein sex trafficking case
The British socialite denies grooming underage girls for the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

FT.com - EuropeJul 14, 2020
US drops threat to deport foreign students taking online classes
Visa rule sparked an outcry from universities and business, and led to lawsuits

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Foreign students in US: Trump administration drops deportation plans (BBC News Front Page | World)

Int'l Herald TribuneJul 14, 2020
Senate Race Between Sessions, Tuberville Most Negative in the Country
Neither candidate has aired a positive ad since February in a campaign where both candidates are trying to appeal to the brand of politics popularized by President Trump.

NPR Headline NewsJul 14, 2020
ICE Agrees To Rescind Policy Barring Foreign Students From Online Study In the U.S.
A federal judge announced on Tuesday that ICE has reached an agreement with schools that sued it over the rule change. The directive will now be rescinded nationwide.

BBC Front PageJul 14, 2020
Duchess of Sussex urges young women to challenge leaders to create positive change
Meghan told delegates at a gender equality summit to push humanity in a "more inclusive" direction.

NPR Headline NewsJul 14, 2020
In Reversal, U.K. Will Ban Huawei Equipment From Its 5G Network
British regulators say they had little choice after the U.S. imposed sanctions that could affect the viability of Huawei products. Existing 5G equipment must be removed from the network by 2027.

UN WomenJul 14, 2020
Press release: UN Member States announce next years' Commission on the Status of Women themes as its 64th session concludes
The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), the largest annual gathering on gender equality and the empowerment of women at the UN, concluded its 64th session in a virtual meeting, and announced next year session will focus on women's full and effective participation and decision-making in public life, as well as the elimination of violence.

FT.com - EuropeJul 14, 2020
Why the UK has decided to ban use of Huawei's 5G kit
Government concluded that company's products posed threat to security of UK infrastructure

MSNBC Int'l NewsJul 14, 2020
Meghan Markle praises young women, pushes them to 'be in charge of the debate' on issues
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, praised young women for speaking out and using their "voice" to raise awareness to social and racial justice issues during the virtual event, "Girl Up: Global Leadership Summit."

NYTimes GlobalJul 14, 2020
Three Marines, Now Focus of Russian Bounties Investigation, Show the Costs of an Endless War
The U.S. mission in Afghanistan is now described as training, advising and assisting Afghan troops. But American forces are still patrolling areas that are as deadly as they were in 2001.

NPR Headline NewsJul 14, 2020
Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty To Charges Linked To Jeffrey Epstein Case
The charges are related Maxwell's alleged role in the sexual abuse of several young woman and girls by the late financier. The longtime Epstein associate was arrested earlier this month.

ABC NewsJul 14, 2020
Biden proposes plan to reach 100% clean electricity by 2035
Former vice president Joe Biden released a plan on Tuesday that calls for a carbon-free power system by 2035 and proposed $2 trillion in green energy spending.

FT.com - EuropeJul 14, 2020
Maxwell pleads ‘not guilty' as New York judge denies bail
Judge cites financial resources of socialite accused of aiding Jeffrey Epstein's abuse

Int'l Herald TribuneJul 14, 2020
Biden Announces $2 Trillion Climate Plan
Mr. Biden's plan links tackling climate change with economic recovery from the coronavirus and addressing racism, drawing praise from onetime critics.

Washington Post World NewsJul 14, 2020
Hungary lawmakers back Orban's position on EU recovery plan
Hungarian lawmakers have passed a resolution calling on Prime Minister Viktor Orban's populist government to ensure that the European Union's economic stimulus plan fairly distributes funds among richer and poorer countries and doesn't tie allocations to rule-of-law provisions

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Women as drivers of economic recovery and resilience during COVID-19 and beyond (UN Women)
Press release: UN Women and Women 20 call on G20 members to recognize women as drivers of economic recovery and resilience during COVID-19 and beyond (UN Women)

Washington Post World NewsJul 14, 2020
Britain has the highest coronavirus death toll in Europe, but there is still reluctance to wear masks
On Tuesday, the government said face coverings would be mandatory in all shops — and shirkers could be fined $125.

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CDC says U.S. could get coronavirus under control in one to two months if everyone wears a mask (CNBC World News)

BBC News Front Page | WorldJul 14, 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: US Supreme Court oldest justice treated for possible infection
The 87-year-old undergoes a procedure to clean out a bile duct stent in Baltimore's hospital.

NPR Topics: NewsJul 14, 2020
South Dakota Is Sharing Driver's License Info To Help Find Out Who's A Citizen
To produce citizenship data that can be used when voting districts are redrawn, the Trump administration asked states to share their records. South Dakota agreed to do so in April, NPR has learned.

CNBC World NewsJul 14, 2020
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for possible infection
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized Tuesday for a possible infection, according to a spokeswoman for the court.

CNBC World NewsJul 14, 2020
Moderna shares jump as much as 16% after company says its coronavirus vaccine trial produced 'robust' immune response
Moderna's potential vaccine to prevent Covid-19 produced neutralizing antibodies in all 45 patients in its early stage human trial, according to newly released data.

CBC Top StoriesJul 14, 2020
U.S. Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized with possible infection
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was admitted to a hospital on Tuesday morning for treatment of a possible infection, the court said in a statement.



BBC Front PageJul 14, 2020
Michigan face mask row ends in fatal police shooting
A Michigan officer kills a man suspected of stabbing someone who chided him for not wearing a mask.

FT.com - EuropeJul 14, 2020
Moderna vaccine produces antibodies in early trial
Immune responses triggered in 45 participants in phase one trial, without safety issues

CBC Top StoriesJul 14, 2020
Trump administration rescinds rule barring foreign students from taking all classes online
The Trump administration has rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer schools or leave the country if their colleges hold classes entirely online this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.



ABC NewsJul 14, 2020
Doctors cry foul as Trump, White House target Fauci, CDC
A top Trump aide posted a cartoon mocking Anthony Fauci, as former directors of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned of "partisan potshots."

Int'l Herald TribuneJul 14, 2020
Business Updates: Bank Earnings Show Hit From the Pandemic
Reports from Citigroup, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo illustrated the scale of economic damage. Here's the latest.

MSNBC Int'l NewsJul 14, 2020
U.S. rejects China's 'maritime empire' in South China Sea
"The world will not allow Beijing to treat the South China Sea as its maritime empire," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.

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South China Sea: What's China's plan for its 'Great Wall of Sand'? (BBC News Front Page | World)

NPR Topics: NewsJul 14, 2020
Coronavirus Costs Delta Airlines Nearly $6 Billion In Second Quarter
A sharp drop in air travel due to the pandemic cut into Delta's bottom line but the airline says it will continue to block out middle seats to create more distance between passengers

NPR Topics: NewsJul 14, 2020
Coronavirus Surge For U.S. Military On Okinawa Adds To Soured Relations There
One hundred newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 among U.S. forces on the small island that hosts about half the Americans stationed in Japan are further testing tense ties with Okinawa.

NPR Topics: NewsJul 14, 2020
Trump Dismisses Police Killing Outrage, Saying 'More White People' Killed Than Blacks
In an interview with CBS News, the president also said, "I know people who like the Confederate flag, and they're not thinking of slavery."

NPR Topics: NewsJul 14, 2020
Despite Shortfalls And Delays, U.S. Testing Czar Says Efforts Are Mostly 'Sufficient'
Admiral Brett Giroir, who leads the federal testing response, told NPR that the U.S. is on track to test enough to contain the pandemic, saying newer, point-of-care tests are part of the solution.

BBC News Front Page | WorldJul 14, 2020
Harvey Weinstein: Judge rejects $18.9m settlement
Dozens of women would have shared the payout but other accusers had objected to its terms.

NPR Topics: NewsJul 14, 2020
Biden Goes Up With His 1st Ad In Texas, Where Polls Show A Close Race
As polls show a tightening presidential race in traditionally Republican Texas, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is launching his first general election ad in the state.

BBC Front PageJul 14, 2020
Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?
England will follow Scotland by making face coverings compulsory in shops.

NPR Topics: NewsJul 13, 2020
Sessions Fights For His Political Life As Trump Looms Over Alabama Senate Race
Jeff Sessions is trying to reclaim his old Senate seat. His former boss, President Trump, is backing Sessions' Republican opponent, former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville.

CNBC World NewsJul 13, 2020
China says the latest U.S. move is aggravating tensions in the South China Sea
The U.S. State Department said Monday that "Beijing's claims to offshore resources across most of the South China Sea are completely unlawful, as is its campaign of bullying to control them."

ABC NewsJul 13, 2020
Providing no evidence, Trump tweets message attacking CDC, doctors as 'lying'
President Donald Trump faces broad disapproval for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent poll.

CNBC World NewsJul 13, 2020
Coronavirus updates: Pfizer, BioNTech vaccine candidates get 'fast track'; Germany aims to avoid second wave
The coronavirus has infected more than 12.91 million people around the world as of Monday, killing at least 569,128 people.

ABC NewsJul 13, 2020
President Trump tweets post saying doctors, CDC are 'lying' about COVID-19
President Donald Trump faces broad disapproval for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent poll.

CNBC World NewsJul 13, 2020
Where to invest in Europe for a coronavirus recovery
European stocks more broadly might not have enjoyed quite as buoyant a comeback as U.S. markets, but investors say there are unique characteristics which make a compelling investment case for the region in the recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
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