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Moscow apartment owned by opposition figure Navalny seized as Kremlin-linked businessman chases $1.1million debt

Moscow apartment owned by opposition figure Navalny seized as Kremlin-linked businessman chases $1.1million debt

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Bailiffs in Moscow have seized an apartment of opposition figure Alexey Navalny. It now can't be sold, donated, or mortgaged and comes after his team was ordered to pay 88...
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Supreme Court fight adds to pile of issues weighing on Pa. voters

Supreme Court fight adds to pile of issues weighing on Pa. voters

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Most voters were quick to name health care, the economy and personal complaints about President Trump, a Republican, and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, as driving their votes...
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Raccoon found Tuesday in Pasadena tests positive for rabies

Raccoon found Tuesday in Pasadena tests positive for rabies

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A raccoon found Tuesday in Pasadena tested positive for rabies, health officials say.
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Nursing home residents and staff will get coronavirus vaccine first, Maryland Gov. Hogan says

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Gov. Hogan, on Thursday, listed who the Maryland Department of Health seeks to vaccinate first for the coronavirus.
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Gov. DeSantis to hold roundtable discussion on public health in Tallahassee

Gov. DeSantis to hold roundtable discussion on public health in Tallahassee

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Gov. Ron DeSantis will hold a virtual roundtable discussion in Tallahassee on Thursday, September 24.
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Pennsylvania's failure to mandate quick death reporting before the coronavirus fueled wild data fluctuations, mistrust

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Pennsylvania state health officials abandoned urgency in implementing a faster process for reporting deaths, leaving them ill-prepared to accurately report coronavirus deaths...
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COVID-19 Testing Lab Shows How Colleges Can Reopen Safely

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More than 100 colleges in the Northeast have partnered with the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard to test their students and staff
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COVID-19 spread in American prisons

COVID-19 spread in American prisons

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With few opportunities for social distancing and relatively low sanitary conditions, prisons and jails have become hotspots for novel coronavirus infections.
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'Thoughts are with the virus at this difficult time': Fans back Zlatan Ibrahimovic as talismanic Milan striker contracts COVID-19

'Thoughts are with the virus at this difficult time': Fans back Zlatan Ibrahimovic as talismanic Milan striker contracts COVID-19

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AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has become the latest big-name sports star to contract COVID-19, but, given the powerful performances of the Swedish star, fans on social...
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Lawmakers Demand Scrutiny of Racial Bias in Health Algorithms

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Four congressmembers say formulas that include race as a factor can hurt Black Americans' access to care.
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127 arrests made in hours following Breonna Taylor decision, Louisville...

127 arrests made in hours following Breonna Taylor decision, Louisville police say

On Thursday, the day after a highly-anticipated announcement came in the Breonna Taylor case, Louisville police shared how many arrests were made in the hours following. Read more ...

Unemployment numbers under 10,000 for first time since March

Unemployment numbers under 10,000 for first time since March

There were 9,185 new unemployment claims filed for the week of Sept. 19. Read more ...

Attorney for Louisville officer releases statement after being cleared in...

Attorney for Louisville officer releases statement after being cleared in Breonna Taylor shooting

Two of the officers who shot Breonna Taylor during a raid at her home in March have been cleared of any wrongdoing. Read more ...

2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests

2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests

The officers were shot after investigating reports of gunfire at an intersection where there was a large crowd, the interim Louisville police chief said. Read more ...

'Honor Her Wish': Protesters Shout As Trump Pays Respects To Ginsburg

'Honor Her Wish': Protesters Shout As Trump Pays Respects To Ginsburg

The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is lying in repose at the Supreme Court. President Trump is expected to announce his nominee to replace Ginsburg on Saturday. Read more ...

COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES: Contact tracing already started after positive test...

COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES: Contact tracing already started after positive test for Missouri governor

Here are the latest COVID-19 updates in the Kansas City metro area. Read more ...

Your daily 6: Unrest sweeps US over Breonna Taylor case, whales die in mass...

Your daily 6: Unrest sweeps US over Breonna Taylor case, whales die in mass beaching and truculent Trump

Also in Thursday's headlines: Even with trick or treat in doubt people stock up on candy and 9 out of 10 Americans still susceptible to the virus. Read more ...

Republicans brush aside Trump's dismissal of a peaceful transfer of power

Republicans brush aside Trump's dismissal of a peaceful transfer of power

Congressional Republicans gently pushed back Thursday against President Donald Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the November election. Hill... Read more ...

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik welcome daughter

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik welcome daughter

Singer Zayn Malik and model Gigi Hadid are officially new parents. Read more ...

Fantasy Injury Updates: Michael Thomas, A.J. Brown, Davante Adams, more...

Fantasy Injury Updates: Michael Thomas, A.J. Brown, Davante Adams, more affect Week 3 WR rankings

Michael Thomas, A.J. Brown and Jamison Crowder could once again be out in Week 3, while our WR rankings are hoping for healthy returns of Chris Godwin, Kenny Golladay and maybe... Read more ...