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The study has enrolled 3,500 patients in at least 17 countries since March. [Read More]
People "deserve a break, a breath of fresh air, a chance to travel," says health commissioner. [Read More]
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The president's increasingly amped-up rhetoric surrounding the integrity of the November elections has many wondering how he might respond to a defeat. [Read More]
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The deal still needs to be approved by the European Commission's competition team. [Read More]
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British government aide Dominic Cummings is not the only one feeling the heat for lockdown indiscretions. [Read More]
Max Schrems blasted Ireland's handling of data protection complaints. [Read More]
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And some signs that the U.S. economy is creeping back to life. [Read More]
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He demands a guarantee the convention will be allowed to go on as planned. [Read More]
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At issue is whether lockdown orders improperly fly in the face of the First Amendment. [Read More]
The president has already barred many foreign workers during the coronavirus pandemic, but he is facing pressure from conservatives to go further. [Read More]
Thousands of German motorists can now claim damages from the carmaker. [Read More]
The House is facing deadlines for appropriations, a defense policy bill and more coronavirus packages. [Read More]
Oversupply and a lack of federal rules led to trouble for the industry. [Read More]
Five things to watch on the road from lockdown to recovery. [Read More]
In 1942, a group of African American sailors were chosen to integrate the Naval Officer Corps, forever changing what was possible in the U.S. Navy. [Read More]
U.S. groups have targeted European elections to try out online misinformation tactics ahead of the 2020 presidential election. [Read More]
"We're on firm legal ground," Gov. Gavin Newsom said, arguing that "public health is a nonpartisan issue." [Read More]
The judge chided the state for a "pay-to-vote" system that he said was Byzantine. [Read More]
The proclamation cites infection risks from those who have been in the country, which trails only the U.S. in the number of coronavirus cases. [Read More]
The prime minister said Dominic Cummings "acted responsibly" despite alleged lockdown breaches. [Read More]
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