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A World Health Organization official refused to answer a question about Taiwan, sparking an outcry that the WHO was pandering to China. [Read More]
A lawmaker who refused to go the hospital despite breathing problems has died of complications from the coronavirus. [Read More]
The crypt of the Washington National Cathedral held an unexpected treausure that can help health care workers and patients battling the coronavirus. [Read More]
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Mike Lindell has taken his MyPillow business apart and turned it over to making masks for America's health care workers. [Read More]
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The mayor of Los Angeles wants any business he does not consider essential to be closed, or he will shut off its water and power. [Read More]
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One Norwegian school reportedly found out the downside of using video classes, much to the disgust of some 9-year-old girls. [Read More]
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Berardelli had been a priest in Casnigo, Italy, a small village near Milan. [Read More]
A New Jersey man has been charged with terroristic threats after an incident in which he allegedly coughed on a grocery store worker. [Read More]
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Dr. Cory Edgar, 48, of West Hartford, was charged with with breach of peace, according to the Hartford Courant. The charge is a misdemeanor. [Read More]
Researchers want to know if dogs can sniff out the coronavirus the way they have been trained to detect the presence of other diseases. [Read More]
In a world of uncertainty, the certain hope offered by faith in Jesus Christ is making one online ministry grow even larger. [Read More]
Cases of the coronavirus and deaths from the disease in the United States are on the rise, with New York City leading the nation. [Read More]
The priorities of House Democrats are fully on display in the coronavirus relief bill, with well over $100 million set aside for arts groups. [Read More]
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