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Covid: Seven year old dies of coronavirus in Georgia, a day after Trump said children are ‘almost immune’
A seven-year-old boy from Georgia with no underlying health conditions became the youngest person in the state to die from coronavirus, a day after president Donald Trump said children are “almost immune from the disease”.The Georgia Department of Public Health announced on Thursday that the seven-year-old from Savannah, Georgia, had died after suffering a seizure in response to the virus, but did not release the date of the unnamed child’s death.
Susan Rice, the former national security advisor who is considered a strong contender to be Joe Biden's running mate in the presidential election, has sold shares in Netflix worth $305,323. Her exercising of options was completed on Wednesday, according to an SEC filing late Thursday. Rice has been on the Netflix board since May 2018. […]
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Trevor Lawrence, NFL draft's top prospect, reiterates that he wants to play college football this year
The likely top pick of the 2021 NFL draft isn't alone.
My fiancée’s divorce decree says she’s not liable for her former husband’s $100K tax bill. That should protect her, right?
I have about eight to 10 years left to work, and should have enough saved for a modest retirement when that time comes. My concern is that I have a girlfriend that I want to marry. She is younger than me by 10 years and has some major financial baggage from her previous marriage.
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The Russian owner who abandoned the ship full of ammonium nitrate that caused the Beirut explosion has been questioned by police in Cyprus, reports say
Igor Grechushkin was questioned by Cyprus police on Thursday over the MV Rhosus, the ship that carried ammonium nitrate to Beirut, local reports say.
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A hotel guest was surprised to see a solicitation for donations to the hotel in his Hyatt room in Seattle.
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'Impossible to stay quiet': Doctor sounds alarm on messy school reopenings amid the coronavirus pandemic
The way that schools across America are handling the start of classes amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is being watched closely by public health experts, teachers, government officials, and parents.