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Coronavirus, unemployment, uncertainty imperil Texas workers: 'It trickles down'

As coronavirus spikes in Houston, refinery towns to the east that boomed before the pandemic now face business closures and layoffs.

With a Senate majority in reach, Democratic candidates rake in massive donations

Democratic Senate candidates in several key races announce huge fundraising totals that raise the party's hopes of retaking the chamber in November.

A nurse's plea: 'Please tell me my life is worth a LITTLE of your discomfort?'

To healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis, encountering people who indignantly refuse face coverings can feel like a slap in the face.

Odd bedfellows Trump and Mexican president talk trade as both face pressure at home

President López Obrador uses his first official visit to talk trade with Trump. Can thornier issues be avoided?

Op-Ed: Mexico's president and Trump have this in common: They both trample human rights

Mexico's Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Donald Trump, who meet face to face for the first time Wednesday, have parallel — and dismal — records on human rights.

He called the coronavirus 'a little flu.' Now Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has COVID-19

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has long downplayed the coronavirus, says he has COVID-19. More than 65,000 Brazilians have died from the disease.

Coronavirus crisis disrupts treatment for another epidemic: Addiction

Drug rehabs across the U.S. have experienced coronavirus flare-ups or COVID-19-related financial problems, forcing them to close or limit operations.

Police detain prominent law professor and government critic as China's crackdown continues

Law professor Xu Zhangrun had already been suspended from teaching and put under house arrest after writing essays critical of President Xi Jinping.

Mississippi students voted to move a Civil War statue. Now they fear a Confederate shrine

After calling for the relocation of a Confederate statue at the University of Mississippi, students are now demanding administrators halt the project.

López Obrador heading to Washington to meet Trump amid controversy

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's first foreign trip stirs controversy on both sides of the border.

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