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3-Star Michelin Chef Guy Savoy Has Begun Offering Takeout In Paris

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| As France emerges from two months of lockdown, restaurants still have no reopening date. Among other dishes, Savoy is offering a poultry ballotine with foie gras in a truffle vinaigrette for takeaway.

Trump Administration To Planned Parenthood: Return Coronavirus Relief Funds

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The Small Business Administration is asking local Planned Parenthood affiliates to return funds received under a coronavirus relief program.

Trump Officials Ordered To Pay More Legal Costs Over Blocked Citizenship Question

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Trump officials failed to turn over hundreds of files before going to trial over the now-blocked citizenship census question. "This was not DOJ's finest hour," a judge said.

In New York City, 2 Million Residents Face Food Insecurity, Officials Say

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"Before the coronavirus, we thought somewhere around a million people were food insecure and needed food," Mayor Bill de Blasio said. Now, 1 in 4 New Yorkers may be going hungry.

U.S. Could Have Saved 36,000 Lives If Social Distancing Started 1 Week Earlier: Study

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If measures that began on March 15 had actually started on March 8, thousands of COVID-19 deaths could have been avoided, according to an analysis from Columbia University.

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Our Pandemic Habits Cut Carbon Emissions, But It's Not Clear They'll Last

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Energy demand plummeted because of the pandemic shutdown. A big question is whether new habits like telecommuting and flying less will endure, and mean lower oil consumption in the future.

Barbers Cut Hair On The Michigan Capitol Lawn To Protest Anti-Coronavirus Shutdown

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They set up card tables and generators to power the clippers, and people lined up. There were no temperature checks, few people wearing masks, and little to no social distancing.

As States Locked Down In March, Motor Vehicle Fatality Rate Spiked By 14%

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In March, likely because of coronavirus restrictions, the number of miles driven decreased by over 18% from the March 2019 level.

Amarillo Mayor: New Testing Data Will Help Track Spread As Rest Of Texas Reopens

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Amarillo, Texas, has seen a recent spike in positive coronavirus cases, says Mayor Ginger Nelson, because of testing. She hopes this new virus data will inform when her community is ready to reopen.

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