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Liberty University welcomed coronavirus to campus last week, the New York Times reported. That's 'false,' university says.

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After the New York Times reported that multiple Liberty students had gotten sick after returning to campus, the Virginia university pushed back.
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Governor Andrew Cuomo, speaking at Javits Center, which he said has been transformed in one week into a place that is “going to literally save lives” warned the state is still seeing an influx of cases.

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The bronze monument to Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart on horseback was hoisted from its granite base as crowds cheered early Tuesday.
 

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Crews removed a statue of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson with a crane and ropes on Wednesday in Richmond, Virginia, the same day a state law went into effect authorizing cities to remove Confederate monuments.

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