The number of dead in the U.S. is equivalent to a 9/11 attack every day for 67 days.
By Carla K. Johnson, Associated Press
The COVID-19 death toll in the U.S. is nearing the 200,000 mark, according to Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Research Center. Even though the death rate is lower than it was in the spring, 850 people on average are dying every…
By PBS NewsHour
The Indian Army late Tuesday night raised the death toll in a clash with Chinese troops on a disputed Himalayan border from three to 20 Indian soldiers. The army also said in a statement that the two sides “have disengaged”…
By Aijaz Hussain, Associated Press
Worldwide, at least 6.9 million people have been infected by the virus, according to Johns Hopkins University, whose aggregated tally has become the main worldwide reference for monitoring the disease. Its running counter says United States leads the world with…
By Joseph Wilson, Associated Press
By Carla K. Johnson, Hannah Fingerhut, Lisa Marie Pane, Associated Press
A once-unthinkable toll now appears to be just the beginning of untold misery in the months ahead.
By Karen Matthews, Michael R. Sisak, Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press
The official death toll from the coronavirus soared in New York City after officials began including people who died without ever being tested.
By Colleen Long, Karen Matthews, David Rising, Associated Press
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo reported Tuesday that deaths in New York state had rise more than 300 from the day before, reaching about 1,550, mostly in New York City.
By Gene Johnson, Carla K. Johnson, Martha Bellisle, Associated Press
The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has risen to 11 with a victim succumbing in California — the first reported fatality outside Washington state.
The grave reality of Hurricane Dorian’s devastation in the Bahamas is becoming more evident each day. Great Abaco Island is virtually uninhabitable, and there’s major destruction near Freeport and its surroundings on Grand Bahama. Government officials say 2,500 people are…
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