Latino leaders urge better promotion of free virus tests

Tens of thousands of coronavirus test kits that went unused during a 12-day testing blitz in Phoenix's hardest-hit Latino neighborhoods shows a failure to spread the word to a community that’s often distrustful of government

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Change laws that shield police, Missouri prosecutor says

After a third review has failed to uncover enough evidence to charge the Missouri police officer who fatally shot Black 18-year-old Michael Brown, some prosecutors and civil rights leaders agree it’s time to focus on changing the laws that shield police

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Road trip? Quarantines mess with Americans' travel plans

Families trying to get in a last-minute vacation before school starts better do some homework on COVID-19 restrictions before loading up the minivan

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Students return to campus amid virus growth in some states

The first wave of college students returning to their dorms aren’t finding the typical mobs of students and parents

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Isaias weakens; may strengthen on path to virus-hit Florida

Isaias snapped trees and knocked out power as it blew through the Bahamas and churned toward Florida's heavily populated east coast

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'Rebuilding Paradise' looks at emotional toll of deadly fire

A new documentary by director Ron Howard captures a town's tough recovery following one of the most devastating wildfires in California's history

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The Latest: Philippines coronavirus cases top 100,000

Coronavirus infections in the Philippines surged past 100,000 Sunday in a troubling milestone after medical groups declared that the country was waging “a losing battle” against the virus and asked the president to reimpose a lockdown in the capital

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The Latest: South Africa passes half a million virus cases

South Africa exceeded half a million confirmed cases of the coronavirus, even as President Cyril Ramaphosa said he sees “promising signs” that the rapid growth of cases is stabilizing and that the country’s strained health system is managing to cope in most areas

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The Latest: South Africa passes half a million virus cases

South Africa exceeded half a million confirmed cases of the coronavirus, even as President Cyril Ramaphosa said he sees “promising signs” that the rapid growth of cases is stabilizing and that the country’s strained health system is managing to cope in most areas

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Isaias nears virus-hit Florida after lashing the Bahamas

Florida’s east coast has started to see the first bands of heavy rain from Isaias, and officials are watching the approaching storm with a wary eye because it threatens to snarl efforts to contain the coronavirus in areas where cases are surging

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Portland police declare unlawful assembly during protest

The Portland Police Bureau in Oregon declared an unlawful assembly during Saturday night’s protest when people gathered outside a northeast Portland precinct and threw bottles toward officers

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