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Trump's Tulsa rally, protests 'likely' contributed to a surge in coronavirus cases, local health official says
Tulsa County saw a record 261 new coronavirus cases on Monday, just over two weeks after Donald Trump's first campaign rally since lockdowns began.
Fauci says states need to address problems with COVID-19 response: 'If you don't admit it, you can't correct it'
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says "what we're seeing is exponential growth."
Pence says CDC changing school reopening guidelines after Trump called them 'tough and expensive'
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is revising its guidance on schools after Trump tweeted his disagreement with them, Pence said.
Ivy League cancels sports for this fall in what could be barometer for college football amid COVID-19 pandemic
The league also announced that no winter sports would start before Jan. 1, which would include men's and women's basketball and hockey.
Alexander Vindman retires from Army, citing 'bullying' from Trump for impeachment testimony
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman saw his promotion delayed this summer after testifying about concerns with Trump's July 25 call to the Ukraine president.
US hits 3M coronavirus cases – about a quarter of the world's total. What number will spark societal changes to slow exponential rise£
As the USA hits the grim milestone of 3 million coronavirus cases, there is little agreement on the need to slow reopenings to curb the spread.
Selena Quintanilla's family takes legal action after Texas man plans Trump event at her statue
A man who put a Trump hat on a Selena statue in Texas faces legal action from the late songstress' family for allegedly using her image for profit.
Transgender murders are 'rampant' in 2020: Human Rights Campaign counts 21 so far, nearly matching total of a year ago
At least four transgender people have been murdered in the past week, bringing the yearly count to 21 — nearly matching 2019's total of 27.
Country group Lady A sues Seattle blues singer Lady A in trademark dispute
The band said talks with singer Anita White over the stage name Lady A deteriorated after she asked for a $10 million payment.
'A gut punch': United Airlines to lay off up to 36,000 U.S. employees in October as travel remains depressed
United said Wednesday that it will lay off up to 36,000 workers such as flight attendants and airport customer service agents, beginning Oct. 1.
Javicia Leslie to become TV's first Black Batwoman in CW series, Ruby Rose responds
Javicia Leslie will succeed Ruby Rose as the superhero title character of CW's 'Batwoman,' although she will have a different non-superhero alter ego.
'It's all very positive:' Donald Trump, once a critic of Mexico, now praises its president
Trump, who launched his 2016 campaign attacking Mexico over trade and immigration, on Wednesday lavished praise on the country's president.
Bed Bath & Beyond announces plans to permanently close 200 stores over next two years
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. plans to close approximately 200 stores or 21% of Bed Bath stores over the next two years, the company announced Wednesday.
Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over ICE foreign-student rule, deeming it cruel and reckless
Harvard and MIT sue the U.S. government to block an attempt by ICE to bar foreign students from attending schools that teach only online this fall.
Ohio State shuts down college sports workouts after receiving results of COVID-19 testing
Seven teams are affected by the shut down: football, men's and women's basketball, field hockey, men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball.
Make Juneteenth a national holiday for the American dream of liberty and justice for all
Trump delaying rally makes it seem Juneteenth is someone else's celebration. But all Americans should mark major milestone against slavery: Our view
Instead of Juneteenth, honor 13th Amendment as a national holiday
June 19, 1865, did not deliver African Americans from slavery. Dec. 6, 1865, did, writes Robert Hill, a Pittsburgh-based communications consultant.
Coronavirus updates: US hits daily record; New Jersey to require masks outdoors; United Airlines announces major layoffs
As the United States set a daily record of positive tests, New Jersey will require outdoor masks and United Airlines announced layoffs. Latest news.
A bizarre White House dinner with Donald Trump and more cringeworthy moments from Mary Trump's book
Mary Trump's memoir is a carnival of horrors. Here are some of the most awful and awkward moments depicted in "Too Much and Never Enough."
Former Fox News anchor Shepard Smith to join CNBC as host of 'The News with Shepard Smith'
Shepard Smith has found a new home since his stunning departure from Fox News last year. Here are the details of his new CNBC show.
University sued after denying records request for Biden Senate collection
The case is the latest in months of pressure on the university to open the collection for public view.
A 'Strike for Black Lives' will bring together workers calling for end to systemic racism
In the wake of a wave of killings of Black Americans by police, unions and civil rights groups will stage a nationwide walk out to demand change.
Man fights, kills one of the world's deadliest snakes while driving 60 mph on Australian highway
A man was driving about 62 mph on a highway in Australia when a deadly snake slithered towards his legs and tried to bite him.
Thomas Lane, former Minneapolis police officer who held George Floyd's legs, seeks dismissal of charges
An attorney for former Minneapolis officer Thomas Lane said in a court filing that Lane twice asked if George Floyd should be rolled on his side.
Riding a roller coaster in Japan£ There's a new rule: 'Please scream inside your heart'
As theme parks have reopened in Japan, one new rule has visitors thrown for a loop: No screaming on roller coasters.
Chick-fil-A postpones annual Cow Appreciation Day, free food giveaway due to COVID-19
Chick-fil-A's annual Cow Appreciation Day free food giveaway has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
10 things that are selling out everywhere this summer
From inflatable pools to bikes to roller skates, these are the 10 popular products that are selling out—and where to buy them.
Neighbors crowd the street to thank UPS driver
UPS driver Gregory Watkins has delivered to this Smithtown, NY neighborhood for 13 years. The neighbors got together to show him how essential he is.
Dolphins 'bless' surfer off Australian coast
The surfer said he was "blessed" to encounter the dolphins.
Trump administration plans to withdraw US from World Health Organization
Congress received formal notification of the decision after President Trump announced his intention to end the U.S. relationship with WHO.
Here's the best way to make cold brew coffee at home
Making cold brew coffee at home is simple using fresh coffee, water and a little bit of time.
Tracking the coronavirus outbreak
Track coronavirus outbreaks across the United States with daily updated maps, total cases and deaths.
Your guide to COVID-19
What you need to know about coronavirus, including what to do if you think you might be sick, how to keep you and your family safe and tips on what to do while staying home.
6 things to check when resurrecting your bike for riding in the time of coronavirus
A few simple steps get your bicycle roadworthy for socially-distanced exercise, commuting and fun
We're one-third of the way to a widely available coronavirus vaccine, experts say
USA TODAY created a panel of nationally known experts to estimate how far we are from when a COVID-19 vaccine will be available to all Americans.
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