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Courtesy James Perkins

With the vast majority of U.S. churches closed and the country in a deep recession, church finances are in peril. Some are seeking government money through a new SBA program.

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Mark J. Terrill/AP

Medical examiners are now screening for possible coronavirus connections in late January. Emerging evidence suggests it spread far earlier and more widely than initially believed.

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Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times via Getty

The Los Angeles city attorney reached a settlement with RootMD over sales of "at-home Covid-19 exposure and immunity tests." The city attorney alleged RootMD violated food and drug regulations.

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David Goldman/AP

Three years after losing a high-profile House race, Ossoff is making a bid for Senate in a state at the center of coronavirus controversy, with his notoriety up against Democrats touting experience.

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Dani Pendergast for NPR

There's a collective grief among Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School seniors over what their class — which has already lost so much — is losing now.

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