Man Fatally Shot After Stabbing in Fight Over Wearing a Mask

A confrontation over a mask has led to a stabbing and a deadly shooting southwest of Lansing. According to Michigan State Police, the suspect walked in a Quality Dairy convenience store on Tuesday without a mask, and was told that he had to wear one.
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US Borders with Canada, Mexico to Remain Closed Until August: Reports

U.S. officials have indicated that they plan to extend border closures with Canada and Mexico due to the coronavirus until at least late August. Trade and commercial traffic, as well as those who cross the border for work, have been allowed.
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Veterans Affairs Will Pause Debt Collection Through 2020 Because of Coronavirus

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Veterans Affairs is suspending its pause on some debt collection from veterans through the end of this year.
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Irwin Family Offers Glimpse at COVID-19 Lockdown in Zoo in Animal Planet Series

The Irwin family explained how the COVID-19 lockdown impacts the Australia Zoo. Steve Irwin’s wife and children are featured in an Animal Planet series.
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Nurse, 29, Dies After 26-Day Battle With Coronavirus

A nurse has died after a 26-day battle with COVID-19. The 29-year-old will be remembered as a massive fan of Disney. His sister posted a heartwarming tribute to Instagram.
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Florida Reports More Coronavirus Cases Than All of Europe Combined

As concerns grow around the resurgence of coronavirus cases in Florida, the state prepares to reopen schools next month. But their record-breaking case numbers have allowed for an interesting milestone.
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Teacher Dies of Coronavirus After Sharing Classroom With Colleagues Who Also Tested Positive

Three teachers in Arizona who shared a classroom for a summer school course all tested positive for COVID-19. One teacher has died from the deadly virus.
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Will a Second Stimulus Check Be Approved by the End of July?

A new coronavirus relief bill is a high priority for legislators during the remaining half of July. But the aid may look different the second time around, according to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
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Is It Safe to Go Camping Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic?

With the coronavirus pandemic altering travelers’ summer plans, many are opting for a more outdoorsy feel, hoping that camping will be a safer alternative to getting on a plane or visiting resorts.
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Experts Say Faster COVID-19 Test Results Are Critical to Saving Lives, Restarting Economy

Faster results from COVID-19 tests could save hundreds of lives in Illinois and tens of thousands of lives nationally, said a Northwestern Medicine disease modeling expert.
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