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Wildfires caused high levels of air pollution in San Francisco in November 2018. Climate change is making wildfires and heat waves more likely, and driving more days of unhealthy air in many U.S. cities.

Eric Risberg/AP

More Americans are breathing unhealthy air, even though overall air pollution has decreased in recent decades. In the tug-of-war between air regulations and climate change, global warming is winning.

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Many businesses have struggled to get any money from the Paycheck Protection Program. But a company owned by a prominent Chicago family received a $5.5 million loan.

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Pedestrian streets. Vertical gardens. Arenas overhauled for social distancing. Robert Muggah and Thomas Ermacora envision how urban centers will adapt to pandemic life.

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Leonard Gringlas

U.S. soldiers liberated the Nordhausen concentration camp in Nazi Germany 75 years ago this month. Sol Gringlas' family usually joins the 100-year-old on the day. The pandemic has changed that.

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The Army says it will adhere to social distancing rules. Officials said that training will operate at "a reduced capacity," but did not offer specifics. Basic training had been paused for two weeks.

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A juvenile correctional facility in Virginia has had a rash of coronavirus case. One-eighth of the facility's population has tested positive for the deadly virus.

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Although millions of Americans are out of work or working from home, many are still working at factories nationwide. They have some lessons on what it will take to "reopen" the country safely.

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been widely accused of endangering the public by greatly underestimating the threat posed by the coronavirus, which has claimed more than 2,500 Brazilian lives.

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