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Hospitals are cutting staff just when America needs them most

One nurse characterized the situation as: "You’re a hero, but also we don’t value you enough to prepare or pay you."

New York has 12 times as many coronavirus deaths as California

California is not in the clear yet, but its experience so far suggests early action is crucial.

The Trump administration blames Covid-19 black mortality rates on poor health. It should blame its policies.

The administration’s policies have exacerbated the health conditions that are leading to more coronavirus fatalities among black Americans.

Quarantine horniness, explained by a sex researcher

It’s still a bad idea to sleep with someone new, even if both of you have been social distancing.

Trump isn’t even trying to hide his self-interested reasons for opposing mail-in voting

"For whatever reason, [it] doesn’t work out well for Republicans."

Watch: Bernie Sanders announces the end of his presidential campaign

The Vermont senator claimed ideological victory even as he conceded the race for the Democratic nomination.

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