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Manaus is one of Brazil's hardest-hit cities. The country has more than 23,000 virus deaths. But due to insufficient testing many are quick to rule out the possibility that COVID-19 claimed their loved ones, meaning the toll is a vast undercount.
Highlights of this day in history: Allied troops begin their evacuation from Dunkirk, France; President Andrew Johnson's impeachment trial ends with his acquittal; Actor John Wayne; Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie marry.
"Barkskins" stars Marcia Gay Harden and David Thewlis say they could start production on a second season of their new colonial-era drama even during the pandemic. The 1690s-set series premieres Monday on National Geographic.
Despite the risks surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, plenty of people still paid their respects to fallen soldiers by visiting war memorials in Washington DC during the holiday weekend.
A Springfield, Missouri hairstylist served 84 clients over eight days while experiencing symptoms of coronavirus. Now health officials say a coworker is sick.
Here's the latest for Monday May 25th: President Trump marks Memorial Day; Biden makes 1st in-person appearance since March; WHO to temporarily stop study of malaria drug and baby beluga whale born in Georgia.
Greece restarted regular ferry services to its islands Monday, and cafes and restaurants were also back open for business as the country accelerated efforts to salvage its tourism season.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo joined a private Memorial Day ceremony at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in Manhattan, where he spoke of the sacrifices of military members and essential workers who lost their lives to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden made his first in-person appearance in more than two months on Monday as he marked Memorial Day.
National Memorial Day Concert aired from Los Angeles; Morgan Wallen apologizes after arrest; Prince Charles voices support for arts during a radio interview.
Low demand due to the pandemic has caused farmers to destroy crops and euthanize livestock at a time when demand is soaring at food banks. However, some states and the federal government have begun finding ways to get that food to the needy.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern felt an earthquake during a live TV interview Monday morning. The US Geological Survey says the magnitude 5.6 quake struck in the ocean about 62 miles northeast of Wellington.
Here's the latest for Monday May 25th: Beaches draw holiday weekend crowds; President Trump to observe Memorial Day; San Francisco fire hits fishing industry; Earthquake in New Zealand.
For Ahmaud Arbery, the young black man shot and killed in Georgia in February, running was about staying in shape and contemplating his next move. After some legal trouble that began in his teenage years, Arbery planned to become an electrician.
Some dancers in Indonesia are finding a way to keep their art and incomes alive during the new coronavirus pandemic. Two choreographers in Jakarta have given a traditional system for tipping artists, saweran, a modern twist -- posting videos of da...
Highlights of this day in history: "Star Wars" --- the classic sci-fi movie written and directed by George Lucas --- premieres; Former Enron execs Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling are convicted of conspiracy and fraud; Comedian Jay Leno begins hi...
Here's the latest for Tuesday May 24th: Americans and Europeans soak up the sun amid new rules, White House goal on testing nursing homes unmet, UK PM on plans for schools reopening, students, SpaceX's 1st astronaut launch breaking new ground for ...