AP Top Stories December 7

AP Top Stories December 7

Here are the top stories for Saturday, Dec. 7th: Saudi Kin to help Pensacola families says Trump; Shooting inspires blood donations; Paris protestors demand economic justice; Tains, h0ome s and even people ara part of a gingerbread model town.
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'Zoombombing' trolls target video conference calls

'Zoombombing' trolls target video conference calls

As more people turn to video conference platforms amid the coronavirus pandemic, many have reported being attacked by uninvited guests. The disruptions, dubbed Zoom-bombing, have drawn the scrutiny of the FBI and other law enforcement agencies.
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Catholics mourn first U.S. priest dead of COVID-19

Catholics mourn first U.S. priest dead of COVID-19

The Rev. Jorge Ortiz-Garay, 49, was the first Catholic cleric in the U.S. to die from the coronavirus. His New York parishioners remembered his devotion to the community and how he gave them hope through his favorite word: “Animo!
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Sanders ends bid: Path toward victory 'impossible'

Sanders ends bid: Path toward victory 'impossible'

Progressive standard-bearer Bernie Sanders announced Wednesday he is ending his 2020 presidential bid. The announcement leaves former Vice President Joe Biden as the presumptive Democratic nominee to challenge President Donald Trump in November.
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Warm weather crowds, few masks in Chicago park

Warm weather crowds, few masks in Chicago park

Warm weather is raising fears of a COVID-19 setback in Chicago as more people gather outside, many without masks.
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Italian nurses describe fight against coronavirus

Italian nurses describe fight against coronavirus

Two senior nurses on the frontline in Italy's battle to save lives describe what it is like to work in the main hospital of Bergamo, located in the region that has been hit hardest by the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
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On This Day: 8 April 1968

On This Day: 8 April 1968

The Academy Awards were postponed following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
Fabric store customers covet mask materials

Fabric store customers covet mask materials

People are lining up outside fabric stores to get materials for face masks so they can protect their families, friends and first responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
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AP Top Stories April 8

AP Top Stories April 8

Here's the latest for Wednesday April 8th: UK government manages virus response with PM still in hospital; GOP, Democrats square off over voting during pandemic; Paris police release drone video of empty city; London zoo's meerkats hunt Easter eggs.
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Jon M. Chu's 'bingeable watch'

Jon M. Chu's 'bingeable watch'

Jon M. Chu, who executive produced new series "Home After Dark," discusses turning a real life story of a nine-year-old journalist breaking a cold case into a family show.
Today in History for April 8th

Today in History for April 8th

Highlights on this day in history: Funeral of Pope John Paul II; Pablo Picasso dies at 91; Teen aids patient Ryan White dies at 18; Hank Aaron hits 715th home run; Kurt Cobain found dead in home from self-inflicted gunshot wound.
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ShowBiz Minute: Prine, R Kelly, Fitness

ShowBiz Minute: Prine, R Kelly, Fitness

Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73; Judge: R Kelly must remain locked up amid coronavirus crisis; Celebrities are still keeping up with their fitness goals behind closed doors.
US hospital doctor offers glimpse of virus battle

US hospital doctor offers glimpse of virus battle

A doctor on the front lines of New York City's coronavirus outbreak gave a rare glimpse into how hospitals are coping with the emergency.
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Trump lashes out at critics over flu comparison

Trump lashes out at critics over flu comparison

US President Donald Trump lashed at out critics on Tuesday for his comments comparing the coronavirus to the flu. Speaking at the White House daily briefing, the President said the US had taken the lead in practising social distancing which was ha...
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Trump lashes out at critics over flu comparison

Trump lashes out at critics over flu comparison

Trump lashes out at critics over flu comparison
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Trump: Modly resigning an 'unselfish thing to do'

Trump: Modly resigning an 'unselfish thing to do'

President Donald Trump called Tuesday's resignation of Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly, who stepped down after upbraiding of the captain of the coronavirus-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt, an “unselfish thing to do."
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Trump criticizes World Health Organization

Trump criticizes World Health Organization

President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned he would “put a hold” on U.S. funding for the World Health Organization, before backtracking and claiming, “I’m not saying I’m going to do it.”
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Cargo ship leaves International Space Station

Cargo ship leaves International Space Station

A SpaceX Dragon resupply spacecraft left the International Space Station Tuesday. It carries more than 4,000 pounds of scientific experiments and other cargo.
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Virus-stricken cruise ship back in San Francisco

Virus-stricken cruise ship back in San Francisco

The Grand Princess cruise ship, once carrying some 3,000 passengers some stricken with coronavirus, returned to port in the San Francisco Bay Area Tuesday with nearly 650 crew members aboard after they had completed their 14-day quarantine.
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Hard hit by virus, black voter turnout in question

Hard hit by virus, black voter turnout in question

Milwaukee County supervisor says Republicans are using a national health crisis as a form of voter suppression, as local black voters have been hard hit by coronavirus.
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Some Wis. voters accept ballots won't be counted

Some Wis. voters accept ballots won't be counted

A Milwaukee election official says many voters said they did not receive their requested absentee ballots and because they're unwilling to violate a stay-at-home order to vote in person, have accepted their primary votes would not be counted
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AP Top Stories April 7

AP Top Stories April 7

Here's the latest for Tuesday April 7th: New York posts worst one day death toll; Canada will produce 30,000 ventilators for country; Wisconsin voters practice social distancing during primary; A SpaceX resupply ship leaves international space sta...
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Washington Gov: Steps to curb virus are working

Washington Gov: Steps to curb virus are working

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says that steps that the state is taking to limit the spread of the coronavirus are having a positive impact.
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Kittens explore aquarium during virus outbreak

Kittens explore aquarium during virus outbreak

Georgia Aquarium had unexpected visitors last week - kittens from Atlanta Humane Society's foster home. The kittens, named Nemo, Dory, Guppy, Marlin and Bubbles, ran around the aquarium as its closed to visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Trump seeking $250B more for small businesses

Trump seeking $250B more for small businesses

President Donald Trump says his administration is asking congressional leaders to swiftly commit another $250 billion to replenish a new $349 billion small-business coronavirus program that is being overwhelmed by surging demand.
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