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Coronavirus updates: US nears 8M cases; Alabama football coach Nick Saban 'feeling great'; Study finds air on planes safer than homes

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News video: Alabama Football Coach Nick Saban Positive For Covid-19

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University of Alabama's head football Coach Nick Saban has tested positive for Covid-19. The university made the announcement on Wednesday. According to CNN, the school's athletic director Greg Byrne also tested positive. The university said that both men have left campus are in isolation in their...

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Ohio State up to No. 3 in Amway Coaches Poll behind Clemson, Alabama

Ohio State took the field for the first time in the 2020 season and a defeat of Nebraska moved the Buckeyes to No. 3 in the Amway Coaches Poll.

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Dying in jail, still waiting for trial [Video]

Dying in jail, still waiting for trial

A Reuters investigation found nearly 300 inmates died in U.S. jails after languishing behind bars at least a year or more, never convicted of their charges. Linda So reports.

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He waited 512 days in jail for his day in court. It never came

A Reuters investigation found nearly 300 inmates died in U.S. jails after languishing behind bars at least a year or more, never convicted of their charges. Linda So reports.

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In Georgia, Democrats Target the True Silent Majority: People Who Don’t Vote

As Democrats eye the Southern battleground, high turnout will be crucial for them, and that means persuading nonvoters to participate. But experts warn that..
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Doctors urge flu shots in light of COVID-19. Here's what you need to know.

Why is getting a flu shot so important this year? Are there enough flu shots to go around?
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Nicola Sturgeon: There is no magic way out of Covid-19 [Video]

Nicola Sturgeon: There is no magic way out of Covid-19

The number of positive coronavirus cases in Scotland has passed 60,000, NicolaSturgeon has announced. She said 28 coronavirus deaths and 1,202 positivetests have been recorded in the past 24 hours. Ms Sturgeon said: “The positionwe are in right now is really tough and everyone is thoroughly sick of it.“That has been the case for some time but as the nights get darker and we headinto winter, and as our attention and thoughts turn to Christmas, I think thatfeeling becomes a heavier one for all of us.”

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Covid rules: Confusion as social clubs serve alcohol in tier 3 areas

A tier three loophole appears to leave social clubs able to serve alcohol without substantial meals.
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