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A woman who allegedly coughed on a baby no longer has her school district job

• LIVE UPDATES: 'We are still knee-deep in the first wave of this,' Fauci warns • Australia to isolate 6.6M people amid outbreak • Harvard and Princeton announce plans to bring back students for the fall semester • US may deport international students at universities switching to online-only classes

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Fauci explains why virus cases are surging in the US

During a conversation with National Institutes of Health director Francis Collins, Dr. Anthony Fauci said we are still "knee-deep" in the first wave of the coronavirus outbreak in the US and the current state is "really not good."

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The mask decision that will haunt Trump's reelection bid

As coronavirus cases surge and governors begin agitating for a national mandate on wearing masks, President Donald Trump is showing few signs he'll budge on an issue that has come to epitomize a national pandemic response rooted in denial and which now threatens his political future.

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Opinion: Why young Americans are turning away from their country

In the age of coronavirus, young Americans are increasingly fed up with their country. But it seems there is another layer to our newfound dynamic of social distancing: this generation of "Zoomers" is also feeling increasingly separated from their American identity. Where national tragedy has historically inspired heightened patriotism, it is now highlighting just how far apart many young Americans feel from the United States.

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Carl Bernstein reports: From pandering to Putin to abusing allies and ignoring his own advisers, the President's phone calls alarm US officials

In hundreds of highly classified phone calls with foreign heads of state, President Donald Trump was so consistently unprepared for discussion of serious issues, so often outplayed in his conversations with powerful leaders like Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Erdogan, and so abusive to leaders of America's principal allies, that the calls helped convince some senior US officials -- including his former secretaries of state and defense, two national security advisers and his longest-serving chief of staff -- that the President himself posed a danger to the national security of the United States, according to White House and intelligence officials intimately familiar with the contents of the conversations.

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Opinion: Is there any line Trump won't allow Putin to cross?

As a game of who knew what when plays out with the administration -- this time about US intelligence that Russia was allegedly paying Taliban proxies to kill US and British troops in Afghanistan -- we can't lose sight of the big picture: Putin feels increasingly empowered under this President and that's a dangerous outlook for US national security.

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Activists want to make Black history compulsory in English schools

Activists are pushing for the Black community's history to become a compulsory part of England's national school curriculum. Historian David Olusoga tells CNN's Nina dos Santos that the country's curriculum has long upheld half-histories and half-truths.

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