VIDEO: Uber Drivers Split Over Court Order to Make Them Employees

Uber and Lyft are threatening to shut down service in California after a court ordered the companies to comply with a law classifying drivers as employees instead of independent contractors.
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Trump to Treasury: 'Get Ready' to Send More Money to 'All Americans'

President Donald Trump has called for another round of payments to be sent out to ‘all Americans’ amid the coronavirus pandemic. See the tweet he posted on Friday.
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Matthew McConaughey Grills Fauci on COVID: ‘True-False: Sunlight Kills the Virus?’

The 50-year-old Oscar winner had the 79-year-old infectious disease expert on the hook for 40 minutes on Thursday, asking him everyman questions about COVID-19 on Instagram.
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J Balvin Is Recovering from Coronavirus, 'These Have Been Some Very Difficult Days'

Reggaeton superstar J Balvin shared that he is recuperating from coronavirus during Premios Juventud, the first major Latin awards show since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch the emotional video where he announced the news here.
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Doctor Runs 22 Miles to Prove Face Masks Don’t Impair Oxygen Levels

A doctor ran a total of 22 miles in one day, and raised thousands for a food bank in the process, all while wearing a face mask to prove that they don’t impair oxygen levels. He was inspired to do it after seeing skeptics say that they are not safe.
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Who's Handling COVID-19 Well? New National Poll Shows Surprises

A new national poll on COVID-19 found that the majority of Americans believe that the United States is on the wrong track in terms of handling the pandemic. Responses varied on local leadership, with drastically different responses around the country
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CDC Director Warns of ‘Worst Fall Ever’ If COVID Safety Measures Aren’t Followed

While coronavirus continues to spread across the nation, a top health official is warning the U.S. could have the “worst fall ever” unless everyone adheres to safety protocols.
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9/11 ‘Tribute In Light’ Canceled Amid Coronavirus Concerns

The annual “Tribute in Light” ceremony held to commemorate the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks has been canceled this year due to coronavirus concerns.
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The 26 Countries Currently Open to American Tourists

While people continue to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic, some may think it’s time to go on vacation. Here are the 26 countries open to American tourists as of August 12.
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These Fisher-Price Toys Allow Kids to Work, Cook and Exercise From Home Like Their Parents

Fisher-Price is releasing new toys for children during the COVID-19 pandemic. The toys will allow children to pretend cook, work and work out from home like their parents.
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