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Liberty University gives back to its students and Coronavirus fears as well

LYNCHBURG, Va. – As Liberty University’s spring trip ended this month, Jerry Falwell Jr., its president, spoke with the doctor who runs Liberty’s student health care about the crippling coronavirus. “We have lost the ability to correct this,” Dr. Thomas W. Eppes Jr. That he told Falwell. But he did not ask him to close the school. “I just won’t …

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D.C., Virginia and Maryland coronavirus updates: Trump explains D.C. a “major disaster area”; 11 deaths in Washington in one day

Proponents in the District, Maryland and Virginia are urging officials to quickly release as many prisoners as possible to prevent a coronavirus outbreak in the region’s prison cells. Officials with the district’s public defense service on Saturday issued a statement demanding that eligible D.C. prisoners be released following reports that four prisoners had tested positive for the new coronavirus. Days …

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Governor Andrew Cuomo says no one will attack New York “unfairly”

“New York will have what it needs. And nobody will attack New York unfairly and no one will rob New York what it needs. That’s why I’m here,” Cuomo, a Democrat, said at a news conference after the state has reviewed and cases of the virus continue to increase. There are more than 130,000 confirmed cases of the virus in …

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Serial killer “Grim Sleeper” Lonnie Franklin dies on death row in San Quentin – Getaka

Lonnie David Franklin Jr., the so-called Grim Sleeper serial killer who yelled at Los Angeles women for more than two decades, died Saturday while killing in San Quentin Prison, officials say. “Franklin was found unresponsive in his single cell on March 28 around 7:20 p.m. Medical assistance was given and an ambulance was called. Franklin was pronounced deceased at 7:43 …

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State health systems strain as coronavirus outbreaks spread

A view of an empty street in the French Quarter in the middle of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on March 27, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Chris Graythen | Getty Images The governors of Louisiana and Michigan, two new coronavirus pandemic hotspots in the United States, warned that their state health system is straining among a sharp increase in patients …

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The governor of Michigan says the manufacturers “did not send her deliveries” after Trump’s outburst

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said manufacturers on Friday were told “not to send her deliveries” following Donald Trump’s “that woman” outbreak in his daily briefing. Speaking to WWJ News Radio Whitmer said: “What I have received back is that suppliers with whom we have contracted – they are told not to send things to Michigan. “It’s really worrying, I reached …

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