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About half of the COVID-19 cases reported nationwide include data on ethnicity, or 1.06 million of them. Hispanics make up more than a third of these cases — nearly twice their share of the population as a whole.
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Will Schools Mandate Masks? The Answer Will Not Please Everyone.
School district officials are hearing from all sides in the increasingly polarizing debate.
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“Opioids, Inc.”: 10 Key Takeaways From FRONTLINE and the Financial Times’ Insys Investigation
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WATCH: As the COVID Threat Ramped Up, Trump Resisted Sounding the Alarm
An excerpt from FRONTLINE’s documentary “The Virus: What Went Wrong?” zeroes in on a pivotal sequence of events in the administration’s coronavirus response.
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June 11, 2020
Voter Registration In Florida Plunged Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
New voter registrations are expected to rise as the elections near and as the state reopens. But some question whether the drop could have an effect on the makeup of the electorate.
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'A Slow Healing Process': Slammed By the Dairy Crisis, Shuttered By the Coronavirus, Small Towns Forge Ahead
The city of Loyal is in the heart of Wisconsin's dairy country. For years, it's been dealing with an ailing farm economy. Then COVID-19 hit the state.
Milwaukee PBS
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