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Coronavirus updates: 112 Washington fraternity students infected; Broadway actor Nick Cordero dies; Michigan reports zero deaths

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More than 100 Washington fraternity students test positive; Actor Nick Cordero dies; Michigan reports zero deaths for first time since March
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Broadway star Nick Cordero has died after a brutal battle with the coronavirus.

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Amanda Kloots Speaks Out Against Trump's "Don't Be Afraid of COVID" Tweet | THR News

Amanda Kloots often tries to stay out of politics, but on the three-month anniversary of the death of her husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, she was moved to post an emotional, angry response to President Trump's "don't be afraid of COVID" tweet.

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Zach Braff and friends campaigned to honour Nick Cordero at the Emmys [Video]

Zach Braff and friends campaigned to honour Nick Cordero at the Emmys

Zach Braff campaigned to shine the spotlight on his late friend Nick Cordero during the Emmy Awards' In Memoriam tribute, but organisers passed.

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[NFA] Trailing in national opinion polls, President Donald Trump again attacked U.S. election mechanics on Tuesday, saying it would be “inappropriate” to take extra time to count the tens of millions of ballots cast by mail in his race against Democrat Joe Biden. Gavino Garay reports.

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Trump to women at Michigan rally: 'We're getting your husbands back to work'

President Trump told women voters he was "getting your husbands back to work." Women are being hit hard by a 'female recession' amid the pandemic.

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