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'Still A Long Ways To Go' For A New Coronavirus Relief Package
Democrats and Republicans met over the weekend, but still appeared far apart on a next relief measure.
US & World
Birx Warns U.S. Coronavirus Epidemic Is In 'New Phase' As Cases And Deaths Climb
Dr. Deborah Birx said on Sunday that infections are widespread in both urban and rural areas. Adm. Brett Giroir said it is time to "move on" from hydroxychloroquine and focus on effective treatments.
Crime & Justice
Appeals Court Tosses Out Death Sentence For Boston Marathon Bomber
A three-judge panel sends Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's case back to a lower court for resentencing, saying the jury that sentenced him to death had not been adequately vetted.
Fauci 'Optimistic' Americans Will Get Coronavirus Vaccine Next Year
Animal and human trials are promising, Dr. Anthony Fauci told lawmakers Friday, and the government is preparing for widespread distribution once a vaccine is shown to be safe and effective.
House Unites To Reprimand GOP Lawmaker Tied To 11 Ethics Violations
Arizona Rep. David Schweikert agreed to pay a $50,000 fine and admit to 11 counts of ethics violations, including the misuse of official funds. He says he's settling a "time-consuming" process.
Overwhelmed, Stressed, Scared: School Nurses Brace for the Fall Semester
As districts plan for a new school year in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, nurses are tasked with keeping students and staff healthy. Many want a stronger voice in decisions.
Environment & Science
Navajo Nation Sees Farming Renaissance During Coronavirus Pandemic
The Navajo Nation is having a farming renaissance in the era of COVID-19. More residents are turning to traditional agriculture as they're under strict travel limits due to the coronavirus.
Arts & Entertainment
One-Third Of U.S. Museums May Not Survive The Year, Survey Finds
In a survey of more than 750 museum directors, 33% of them said there was either a "significant risk" of closing permanently by next fall or that they didn't know if their institutions would survive.
Oscar The Grouch And Grover Give Us Some Tips For Staying Home
Oscar the Grouch loves his trash, but he loves it more when everyone stays far away from him.
Business & Economy
LA Homebuyers Turn To 'Tenancy In Common,' With Tradeoffs
TIC buyers must be willing to co-own property with strangers. And rent-controlled tenants may have been forced out of the buildings they're moving into.