Death and Denial in Brazil’s Amazon capital

Death and Denial in Brazil’s Amazon capital

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.
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Officials seek 'closure' for family in Rivera search

Officials seek 'closure' for family in Rivera search

Authorities renewed the search Friday for “Glee” star Naya Rivera, who is believed to have drowned in a Southern California lake while boating with her 4-year-old son.
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AP Top Stories July 10 5

AP Top Stories July 10 5

Here are the top stories for Friday, July 10th: Trump and Biden trade jabs on virus and economy; Trump cancels N.H. rally; Attorneys seek home confinement for Epstein associate; Hagia Sophia reverting from museum to mosque.
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Analysis: Catholic Church wins $1.4B in virus aid

Analysis: Catholic Church wins $1.4B in virus aid

The U.S. Roman Catholic Church used a special and unprecedented exemption from federal rules to amass at least $1.4 billion in taxpayer-backed coronavirus aid.
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Lawyer: 150 Minneapolis cops seek disability

Lawyer: 150 Minneapolis cops seek disability

An attorney says at least 150 Minneapolis police officers are filing work-related disability claims after the death of George Floyd and ensuing unrest, with many citing post-traumatic stress disorders
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Army to have independent probe of solider's death

Army to have independent probe of solider's death

Texas Rep. Sylvia Garcia and the League of United Latin American Citizens said that the U.S. Army supports a call for the Department of Defense's Inspector General to conduct a independent investigation into the murder of Vanessa Guillén.
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Tropical Storm brings heavy rain to US Northeast

Tropical Storm brings heavy rain to US Northeast

Tropical Storm Fay slightly picked up speed and strength as it moved closer to land Friday, and forecasters decreased projections for rain totals and flooding.
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Bob Geldof assess personal toll 35 years after Live AId

Bob Geldof assess personal toll 35 years after Live AId

Bob Geldof reflects on the frustration of sudden fame after Live Aid, 35 years after groundbreaking fundraiser.
Trump warns Biden embraces socialism or 'worse'

Trump warns Biden embraces socialism or 'worse'

President Donald Trump is criticizing former President Barack Obama's efforts to lift some sanctions against Cuba and warns that the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, would even embrace socialism domestically.
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Family attorney: No sign of foul play in hanging

Family attorney: No sign of foul play in hanging

An attorney for the family of a Black man found dead hanging in a Southern California park says an independent investigation finds no signs of foul play.
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Shamon Brown Jr. on playing fan favorite ‘Papa’ on ‘The Chi’

Shamon Brown Jr. on playing fan favorite ‘Papa’ on ‘The Chi’

Shamon Brown Jr. says originally, his beloved character Papa on “The Chi” was only supposed to be in a couple of episodes, but producers wrote him into more scenes. He also says the show’s storyline fills in the gaps as several key actors are no l...
Michael Epps says ‘The Chi’ shows Chicago in a positive light

Michael Epps says ‘The Chi’ shows Chicago in a positive light

Teen actor Michael Epps, who plays Jake on Showtime’s “The Chi,” says he’s happy to work on a hit show about his hometown. He also discusses the on-screen chemistry between him, Alex Hibbert and Shamon Brown Jr.
West Hollywood enforces mask use as virus surges

West Hollywood enforces mask use as virus surges

The city of West Hollywood has initiated efforts to enforce a mask mandate - with Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies authorized to issue citations for those not wearing facial coverings in public.
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Video shows Black man pinned against tree

Video shows Black man pinned against tree

FBI investigates the reported assault of a Black man by a group of white men at a southern Indiana lake. Civial rights activist says he was pinned to a tree and racial slurs were shouted at him.
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Donald Trump attacks Joe Biden's economic plan

Donald Trump attacks Joe Biden's economic plan

President Donald Trump slams presumptive Democratic candidate Joe Biden's newly released economic plan and says that the former Vice President "plagiarized from me, but he can never pull it off."
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Medical school graduate ready to fight coronavirus

Medical school graduate ready to fight coronavirus

It was disappointing for Helene Okepere to graduate virtually this year because of coronavirus outbreak. But as a medical graduate, it also meant that she'll start her residency amid a pandemic and treat COVID patients right away.
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First On Screen Kiss: Bill Nighy

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Foreign students weigh studies vs. losing visas

Foreign students weigh studies vs. losing visas

Natalia Afonso is one of the international students now stuck between being unnecessarily exposed during the coronavirus pandemic and being able to finish their studies in America.
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ShowBiz Minute: Rivera, Smoke, Depp

ShowBiz Minute: Rivera, Smoke, Depp

Authorities search for 'Glee' star believed to have drowned; Police: Pop Smoke's social media led killers to LA home; In court, Depp denies violence during 'tailspin' marriage.
Naya Rivera security cam video, 911 call released

Naya Rivera security cam video, 911 call released

Authorities planned Friday to keep searching for “Glee” star Naya Rivera, who is believed to have drowned in a Southern California lake while boating with her 4-year-old son. Security cam video and a 911 call recording were released on Thursday.
On This Day: 10 July 2018

On This Day: 10 July 2018

Drake broke a chart record set by The Beatles, for the number of singles simultaneously in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100.
AP Top Stories July 10

AP Top Stories July 10

Here's the latest for Friday July 10th: WHO says coronavirus may be spread through the air; Arizona Gov. cuts restaurant capacity; Trump blasts de Blasio over Black Lives Matter mural; Rivera search continues Friday.
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Today in History for July 10th

Today in History for July 10th

Highlights of this day in history: Start of World War II's Battle of Britain; Telstar satellite launched; Millard Fillmore becomes President; Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev killed; Singer Arlo Guthrie born; Cartoon voice Mel Blanc dies.
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Lawmakers: Free San Quentin inmates due to virus

Lawmakers: Free San Quentin inmates due to virus

State lawmakers and prisoner advocates call on Gov. Gavin Newsom to significantly reduce the state prison populations as officials struggle to contain a coronavirus outbreak that has infected 1,400 inmates at San Quentin State Prison.
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