Tumultuous week at Justice Department

Tumultuous week at Justice Department

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he has "the legal right" to interfere in criminal cases, capping a tumultuous week that raised questions about whether he is eroding the independence of the U.S. legal system. This report produced by Jillian
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A look at one group of unsung COVID-19 heroes

A look at one group of unsung COVID-19 heroes

As cases of coronavirus soar past 400,000 in the United States, a group of workers potentially expose themselves to the contagion on a daily basis, and they aren’t medical workers. They’re the grocery store workers keeping the supply chain going as A
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New York reports most coronavirus cases in the world: Reuters

New York reports most coronavirus cases in the world: Reuters

New York state has 149,316 reported coronavirus cases compared with Spain at 146,690, according to a Reuters tally, as top U.S. officials say social distancing and stay-at-home orders are helping to control the spread. This report produced by Jillian
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From in-person sales to home deliveries, buying food has changed

From in-person sales to home deliveries, buying food has changed

From third generation commercial fisherman Nicholas Haworth in San Diego to Eric Cohn, who's primary job is restoring homes, in Arizona, people across the country are changing the way they work to make ends meet. Colette Luke has more.
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WHO head dismisses suggestions he's too close to China

WHO head dismisses suggestions he's too close to China

WHO Director General has dismissed suggestions that his agency was too close to China after criticism by U.S.President Donald Trump.
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Johnson's condition 'improving', can sit up

Johnson's condition 'improving', can sit up

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains in intensive care but his condition is improving and he can sit up in bed, finance minister Rishi Sunak said on Wednesday. Johnson, who tested positive nearly two weeks ago, was taken into intensive care o
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The British medics on the frontline

The British medics on the frontline

Medical workers in the intensive care unit in London's University College Hospital continue to cope with the onslaught of critically ill coronavirus patients, with a doctor saying that although they currently have enough staff and oxygen, more ventil
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Israelis mark Passover in virtual isolation

Israelis mark Passover in virtual isolation

Israelis mark Passover, a celebration of freedom, in virtual isolation as a stricter coronavirus lockdown takes effect.
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EXPLAINER: Do men fare worse with COVID-19?

EXPLAINER: Do men fare worse with COVID-19?

Death and infection tolls from the COVID-19 pandemic spreading around the world point to men being more likely than women to contract the disease and to suffer severe or critical complications if they do.
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UFC close to securing private island for fights

UFC close to securing private island for fights

Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White believes the mixed martial arts promotion is close to securing a "private island" to stage bouts for international fighters. Adam Reed reports
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Fiji battered by tropical cyclone

Fiji battered by tropical cyclone

A powerful tropical cyclone battered the South Pacific island nation of Fiji on Wednesday, witnesses said, destroying buildings and causing injuries in the capital Suva.
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UK's Johnson stable after second night in intensive care

UK's Johnson stable after second night in intensive care

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care and was in a stable condition after receiving oxygen support for COVID-19 complications while his foreign minister directs the country's battle against the outbreak.
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Tesla set to furlough workers and cut salaries

Tesla set to furlough workers and cut salaries

Tesla told employees on Tuesday the company will furlough all non-essential workers and implement salary cuts as part of a continued shutdown of the company's U.S. production facilties.
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City where outbreak began ends lockdown

City where outbreak began ends lockdown

The first train out of Wuhan departed on Wednesday, ending two months of travel restrictions and a shutdown that forced the city's residents to stay indoors.
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'He's disappointed' says lawyer of Pell's accuser

'He's disappointed' says lawyer of Pell's accuser

The lawyer of the man who accused former Vatican treasurer George Pell of sexually assaulting him and another teenage boy in the 1990s, said on Wednesday that her client was disappointed by Pell's acquittal.
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Hong Kong expats rush to send masks home

Hong Kong expats rush to send masks home

In Hong Kong, where you can easily buy a pack of face masks at any local pharmacy, expats are rushing to send some to friends and relatives at home who can't find any masks at all.
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Acting U.S. Navy secretary resigns over handling of coronavirus-hit carrier

Acting U.S. Navy secretary resigns over handling of coronavirus-hit carrier

Acting U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has resigned following criticism of his handling of a crisis involving the captain of a coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier. This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.
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Trump removes top coronavirus watchdog, widens attack on inspectors general

Trump removes top coronavirus watchdog, widens attack on inspectors general

President Donald Trump has removed the inspector general tasked with overseeing the government's coronavirus response, including $2.3 trillion in economic relief, the spokeswoman for the inspector general's office said on Tuesday. This report produce
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Vigilance leading to hopeful signs in U.S. outbreak

Vigilance leading to hopeful signs in U.S. outbreak

With early signs that the coronavirus outbreak is plateauing in New York and other hot spots, and with strict stay-at-home orders still in place, some U.S. health officials say the pandemic may kill fewer Americans than recent projections. Lisa Bernh
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Doctors embrace drug touted by Trump for COVID-19, without hard evidence it works

Doctors embrace drug touted by Trump for COVID-19, without hard evidence it works

The decades-old drug that President Donald Trump has persistently promoted as a potential weapon against COVID-19 has within a matter of weeks become a standard of care in areas of the United States hit hard by the pandemic - though doctors prescribi
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Wisconsin votes despite COVID-19 risks

Wisconsin votes despite COVID-19 risks

Wisconsin voters faced long lines at limited polling locations on Tuesday, as the Midwestern state's presidential primary and local elections moved ahead despite mounting fears about the coronavirus outbreak. Jillian Kitchener has more.
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Who is Dominic Raab, Britain's interim leader?

Who is Dominic Raab, Britain's interim leader?

Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is running the country while Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care - but what is his background? Lauren Anthony reports.
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Pandemic isn't a boon for meal delivery firms

Pandemic isn't a boon for meal delivery firms

The coronavirus pandemic isn't a recipe for success for the Uber Eats and Just Eat of the world. As Fred Katayama reports, restaurant closures and the rise of home-cooked meals are hurting the sector.
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After Cardinal Pell acquitted, pope decries "unjust sentences"

After Cardinal Pell acquitted, pope decries "unjust sentences"

The Vatican says it welcomes the acquittal of Cardinal Pell by an Australian court on child abuse charges, saying he "waited for the truth to be ascertained. Earlier Pope Francis used his morning mass to speak up for those suffering "unjust sentences
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'I'm afraid I'll give my child COVID-19': fears of an Italian doctor

'I'm afraid I'll give my child COVID-19': fears of an Italian doctor

Italian doctor Cecilia Bartalena has spoken of how she lives in daily fear that she will infect her four-year-old daughter with coronavirus.
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