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First, a photo of a packed hallway went viral. Now at least nine people at this Georgia school have tested positive for COVID-19 Despite the coronavirus pandemic and case numbers being on the rise in many states, schools in some areas have already attempted to open for the fall semester. And if you’ve been online 
North Paulding High School superintendent Brian Otott told parents Sunday that the school would shut on Monday and Tuesday for deep cleaning.
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President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that any attack on a Turkish ship exploring for oil and gas in disputed Mediterranean waters would incur a "high price" and suggested Turkey had already acted on that warning.
A federal appeals court in New Orleans upheld the constitutionality of the all-male military draft system Thursday, citing a 1981 U.S. Supreme Court decision.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said all governors should issue mandates requiring everyone to wear face coverings, to slow the spread of the coronavirus. He also called on all Americans to wear masks for the next three months.
After a marathon primary that saw 29 major candidates in the Democratic field, the party’s national convention is finally here. On Thursday, former Vice President Joe Biden will officially accept the nomination, and the countdown to the Nov. 3 general election will begin. However, due to COVID-19, the 2020 DNC is going to be very different from the major party conventions we’ve become used to. Yahoo News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Ward explains what to expect — and why virtual conventions may be here to stay.