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During a time when the U.S. Census Bureau would normally ramp up its operations to count the country’s citizens, a novel coronavirus has disrupted the nation, triggering millions of layoffs and killing at least 3,603 Americans.

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San Francisco’s intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets was ground zero during the “Summer of Love”; a 1967 gathering of young people searching for an alternative lifestyle that included free love, free-flowing drugs, free food and psychedelic rock. 

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Health care dominated political dialogue leading up to the coronavirus crisis this month and if voters in the nation’s heartland are an accurate yardstick, the struggle over the best way to provide it will escalate on the road to November's election.

General Motors announced Friday it is bringing back 1,000 workers at two plants in Indiana to begin making ventilators for critical-care COVID-19 patients struggling to breathe and stay alive.

Nancy Doub used to make outfits and costumes from scratch for her three kids, but these days her sewing talent is mostly used to patch up her husband’s clothes or hem up a pair of pants.

GREENTOWN, Ind. -- With their vows read and rings exchanged, Henry and Emily Riffles sealed their first moments of married life with a kiss Saturday, the wedding party and family looking on from proper social distance.

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and sexual assault, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, officials connected with the state prison system said Sunday.

Highway 10 North, right before Hanging Rock, was closed Friday morning to traffic due to flooding.

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