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Scientists Report Earliest Known Coronavirus Cases in Five US States

When did the coronavirus arrive in the United States? The first infection was confirmed on Jan. 21, 2020, in a resident of Washington State who…

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Scientists Report Earliest Known Coronavirus Infections in Five U.S. States

When did the coronavirus arrive in the United States? The first infection was confirmed on Jan. 21, 2020, in a resident of Washington State who…

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White Police Officer to Face Charge She Intimidated Son’s Black Friend

A white Massachusetts police officer will face criminal charges in connection with an off-duty episode in which she is accused of berating a Black teenager,…

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Fed Up With Remote Learning, Governors Make a Push to Reopen Schools

“Every day is an eternity for a young person,” Mr. Inslee, a Democrat, said. “We just could not wait any further.” In the weeks since…

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Excellence Runs in the Family. Her Novel’s Heroine Wants Something Else.

She got the idea for “Libertie” a decade ago, when she was working at the Weeksville Heritage Center, a museum dedicated to a free Black…

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Three Feet or Six? Distancing Guideline for Schools Stirs Debate

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is clear and consistent in its social distancing recommendation: To reduce the risk of contracting the coronavirus, people…

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