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Known early on for his avant-garde works, the composer's challenging music nevertheless found fans far beyond traditional classical music circles.
March 29, 2020
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Sunday's planeload comes as the Trump administration faces criticism over its distribution of medical supplies that are in short supply across the country.
March 29, 2020
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The tornado injured at least 22 people and caused extensive damage to many properties. Officials attribute the relatively low number of casualties in part to social distancing and business shutdowns.
March 29, 2020
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Universities around the country are revamping research labs to help process the backlog of coronavirus tests, thanks to help from student volunteers.
March 29, 2020
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It looked like Sanders was about to drop out of the Democratic primary, until the coronavirus crisis gave his agenda a boost and turned his campaign into a relief drive. But what's next?
March 29, 2020
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The COVID-19 crisis is throwing off the complex logistics of a year-long Arctic research expedition. A team set to rotate out may have to stay on board an ice-breaker for another six weeks.
March 29, 2020
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As states issue stay-at-home orders, animal shelters have had to close their doors. They're coming up with new ways to find homes as they brace for an onslaught of puppies and kittens.
March 29, 2020
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Multidisciplinary artist Felix Quintana created honest portraits of South Central Los Angeles' people and urban landscape with the help of archived images.
March 29, 2020
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Samuel Mang'era admits he is afraid of the virus, but he writes open letters to it without fear and with both sorrow and humor.
March 29, 2020
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A scientific brief from the World Health Organization says "current evidence" points to infectious respiratory droplets passed in "close contact" situations, but some say it's too soon to be sure
March 28, 2020
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The president's decision came hours after floating the possibility that he would issue quarantines for the hard-hit states. The CDC later advised residents against non-essential travel for 14 days.
March 28, 2020
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The Census Bureau says it's suspending for two more weeks the hiring of temporary workers and in-person visits in remote communities and areas recovering from natural disasters for the 2020 count.
March 28, 2020
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States are preparing guidelines for when there's not enough care to go around. Disability groups are worried that those standards will allow rationing that excludes people with disabilities.
March 28, 2020
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A new COVID-19 website and app will then offer recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on what to do next.
March 28, 2020
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Fiona is a 3-year-old, 1,300-pound hippo, and she's a growing girl. Her keeper, Jenna Wingate, is grateful to be able to work during the coronavirus crisis: "It feels good to be needed," she says.
March 28, 2020

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