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According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 100,000 people have died in the United States from COVID-19, and experts at the World Health Organization warn a second peak of COVID-19 infections could occur during this first wave of the virus. Meanwhile, the global race for a vaccine is generating competition between nations, mainly the U.S. and China. New numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveal more than 60,000 health care workers have been infected with COVID-19, and almost 300 have died. This is a dramatic increase since the CDC first released numbers six weeks ago. Bangladesh has extended its coronavirus lockdown — except for the garment factories. But with big brands canceling orders, workers face pay cuts, hunger and little to no social distancing. Plus, an obituary writer reflects on COVID-19 deaths.Find and support your local public radio stationSign up for 'The New Normal' newsletter
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Reproductive rights advocates want patients to be allowed to pick up mifepristone at a hospital or clinic. The drug, which was approved 20 years ago, also helps to manage miscarriages for some women.
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Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
With astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken strapped inside the capsule and the countdown narrowing, poor weather conditions forced an abort. The next opportunity to try will be on Saturday.
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
NASA and Space X were ready to launch into space on Wednesday, May 27, when bad weather intervened at the last minute. At around 17 minutes before blastoff, the mission was called off, and NASA said it will be attempted again on Saturday. It was to be the first time a private company had sent […]
When Doug Hurley launched aboard Atlantis on July 8, 2011, the future of human spaceflight from U.S. soil was uncertain. Nearly a decade later, the astronaut is piloting SpaceX's new Crew Dragon.