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Gov. Cuomo's book deal raises eyebrows

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will receive more than $5 million from his book about leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic, tax records show, a considerable sum for a project under scrutiny by the state attorney general's office.

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Major US hospital chain suing patients during pandemic

As the coronavirus spiked in Missouri last fall, a wave of cases hit a nursing home in the state's rural heartland. Robin Bull, a part-time nurse, remembered an ambulance "coming and going constantly" on one especially scary morning, rushing residents to Moberly Regional Medical Center, the local hospital.

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New York Gov. Cuomo to receive over $5 million from book deal

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will receive more than $5 million from his book about leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic, tax records released on Monday show, a considerable sum for a project under scrutiny by the state attorney general's office.

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Analysis: The US balance sheet is out of whack

Americans are running up against Monday's deadline to file their taxes -- a month late in this pandemic year -- and leaders in Washington have designs on spending even more taxpayer money going forward.

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Republican governors are refusing aid from Democrats

Democrats in Washington have approved trillions of dollars to help Americans weather the coronavirus pandemic, but Republican state officials are pulling back relief for low-income Americans by turning away federal money.

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Smerconish: Give Trump credit for the vaccine

Although President Trump does bear responsibility for a long list of failures in responding to the pandemic, he deserves credit for accelerating the vaccines, CNN's Michael Smerconish says.

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Dr. Sanjay Gupta: In the US, the Covid finish line is near

In the United States, the finish line for the pandemic as we've been experiencing it for the past year-plus is very much in sight -- so much so that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention essentially said so on Thursday: Fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks indoors or out, or socially distance, except in a rare circumstances.

[ cnn.com ]

School may return to almost-normal this fall

Between the first 12-year-olds receiving their Covid-19 vaccines and new guidance that vaccinated people can remove their masks indoors, the outlook for school in the fall resembles what it was like before the pandemic.

[ cnn.com ]
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