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Federal Judge Allows Some Abortions To Continue In Oklahoma

| Patients have been turned away for abortions after Republican state officials said an executive order suspending elective procedures during the coronavirus pandemic applies to abortions.

Moscow Has Most Of Russia's COVID-19 Cases, But Work Stoppages Are Nationwide


Moscow's spike in COVID-19 infections has forced an economic shutdown in far-flung territories where the coronavirus has so far shown minimal bite.

More Than 10,000 People Have Now Died From COVID-19 In The U.S.


The U.S. trails only Italy (16,523 dead) and Spain (13,055 dead) in the number of people lost to the pandemic.

Confirmed Cases In The U.S. Top 300,000 As New Hot Spots Emerge


White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said Saturday that New York, Louisiana and Detroit remain the main hot spots but emerging are Colorado, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.

The Coronavirus Is Hurting Travel, So Greece Has Begun Offering Virtual Tourism


Greece is looking at enormous losses in a main industry due to COVID-19. Authorities have launched a website for virtual visits "until we can all be together in person again," a tourism official says.

Funeral Homes Overwhelmed With COVID-19 Cases


As the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus increases, so does the strain on funeral homes across the country. Funeral directors are struggling to meet the soaring demand for their services.

California Gov. Newsom Says More Tests Coming; State Asks Public For Medical Supplies


More than 12,000 Californians have tested positive for the coronavirus. On Saturday, Gov. Gavin Newsom pledged to improve the state's testing capacity and asked the public for help obtaining supplies.

'This Is A Big Deal': New York Hails Ventilator Deliveries From China And Oregon


Gov. Andrew Cuomo said New York, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., is still waiting on its order from federal authorities. But others have stepped in with some 1,140 ventilators.

German, French Officials Accuse U.S. Of Diverting Supplies


Officials in France and Germany have accused the U.S. of intercepting medical supplies as President Trump ordered an American company to stop exports. Governors complain of a "wild west" in bidding.