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Which animals can catch the coronavirus?

On Oct. 6, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Veterinary Services Laboratories announced confirmation of SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19...

NPR: U.S. Hiring Slows Sharply As Latest Coronavirus Surge Slams The Brakes On The Economy

Hiring slowed sharply in August as a new surge in coronavirus infections slammed the brakes on the economic recovery.

NPR: Reflections On Coronavirus A Year In

It's been about a year since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic. The world has learned a lot in...

NPR: How Filing Taxes Will Be Different Because Of The Coronavirus

Is unemployment money taxable? What about my stimulus checks? Tax Day is April 15, and COVID-19 has changed a...

BBC: Coronavirus: French students highlight pandemic’s mental health toll

French students have planned a series of protests on Wednesday to draw attention to the rising mental health problems many say they...

VOA: South Africa Coronavirus Cases Decline, But New Variant Spreading Quickly

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa is reporting both good and bad news in the battle against the coronavirus, seeing a decline in confirmed...

CNN: How will school closures affect children in the long run? Wars, disease and natural disasters offer clues

London (CNN)Children across the globe have seen their schools closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR: Province In China On Lockdown After Biggest Coronavirus Spike In Months

Eleven million people are under lockdown in Hebei province after a new cluster of coronavirus infections.

AP: This month’s Paris Fashion Week goes totally digital

PARIS (AP) — Ending the confusion over the fate of Paris Fashion Week, French fashion’s regulatory body has said that this month’s...

VOA: British Health Secretary Doesn’t Rule Out New Restrictions as Coronavirus Continues to Spread

British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said Monday the government is not ruling out new restrictions as the coronavirus continues to spread even...
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CNN: ‘Kansas will not be our last fight’ – Abortion rights victory gives Democrats new hope for midterms

It isn’t often that Democrats look to deep-red Kansas for resounding affirmation. But on Tuesday night, when Kansans overwhelmingly voted to keep protections...