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Supreme Court declines H. Rap Brown caseThe Supreme Court is declining to take the case of a 1960s black militant formerly known as H
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In this Thursday, April 2, 2020, image made from video, a person is taken into an ambulance in the Brooklyn borough of New York. The sounds of sirens can be heard prominently in the city, where the number of deaths due to the new coronavirus continues to climb. (AP Photo/Emily Leshner)
Hopeful birdsong, foreboding sirens: A pandemic in soundHopeful birdsong and foreboding sirens
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The Supreme Court is shown, Monday, April 6, 2020 in Washington. The Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal from the Catholic church in Washington, DC, that sought to place religious-themed ads on public buses.  (AP Photo/Mark Sherman)
Supreme Court rejects church challenge to ban on bus adsThe Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a Catholic church in Washington, D
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In in this Feb. 21, 2020 photo, a map of the U.S. is pasted on a window with a sign saying: "Where are you Going?" at Casa Alitas, a Catholic-run shelter for migrant families who have left their home countries to escape violence and poverty in Tucson, Ariz. The previous year, throngs of asylum seekers streamed through Casa Alitas. Now it's often quiet because of tough new border policies and the coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-MIlls)
Pandemic, border crackdown hamper Catholics' aid to migrantsFor years, Catholic-led, U-S
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Anne Tyler talks Baltimore, her new book and social distanceAnne Tyler's new novel is both familiar and different
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US company poised to start COVID-19 vaccine safety testA second U.S. company is poised to begin a small safety test of a vaccine against the new coronavirus
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An AP-NORC poll finds that Americans with annual incomes lower than $50,000 reported more income losses than those earning higher incomes, though roughly half of all Americans have experienced some kind of income loss. ;
AP-NORC poll: Pandemic impact varies by age, income levelA new poll finds that Americans’ worries about infection with COVID-19 have increased dramatically in the past six weeks — including across age groups, race and ethnicity and by political affiliation
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A new AP-NORC poll shows that Americans have become more worried about the coronavirus since February, though more Democrats than Republicans say that they are 'very worried.';
AP-NORC poll: Americans increasing effort to avoid infectionA new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that Americans in overwhelming numbers are actively avoiding others as much as possible and taking additional steps to protect themselves from the coronavirus
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, speaks during a meeting of the headquarters for measures against the coronavirus disease at the prime minister official residence in Tokyo, Japan, Monday, April 6, 2020. Abe said that he will declare a state of emergency for Tokyo and six other prefectures as early as Tuesday to bolster measures to fight the coronavirus outbreak, but that there will be no hard lockdowns. (Franck Robichon/Pool Photo via AP)
Nations flood economies with aid; airlines fly into stormCentral banks and governments continue to buy time, flooding their economies with trillions in aid
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