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Here are the top stories for Friday, April 10th: Trump expresses hope, anguish over coronavirus, Cuomo highlights mixed picture in NY; WHO warns about lifing virus restrictions too quickly; Good Friday celebrated at Notre Dame.
 
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Andrew Cuomo Andrew Cuomo 56th Governor of New York

Gov. Andrew Cuomo touts New York's COVID-19 response, faces backlash: 'Victory laps are not the thing to be doing'

New York has, by far, the highest death toll in the nation, but has lowered its infection rate and deaths to among the lowest in the U.S.
 

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Trump 'does not have the authority' to open schools -Cuomo [Video]

Trump 'does not have the authority' to open schools -Cuomo

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday said that reopening schools is a state decision and that the president "does not have the authority" to do so.

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Donald Trump Donald Trump 45th president of the United States

US to hit Huawei employees with visa bans

The Trump administration said Wednesday it will impose travel bans on employees of the Chinese technology giant Huawei and other Chinese companies the U.S...
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Democrat MJ Hegar wins Senate nomination in Texas

Air Force veteran MJ Hegar has won the Democratic nomination in Texas for U.S. Senate. She will be an underdog against Republican incumbent John Cornyn but..
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Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt tests positive for coronavirus

Asked whether he may have contracted the virus while attending Trump's rally last month in Tulsa, Stitt said he thought it was "too long ago."

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GOP Rep Charged With Voter Fraud [Video]

GOP Rep Charged With Voter Fraud

On Tuesday, freshman congressman Steve Watkins, from Kansas, was charged with three felonies. Newser reports that Watkins listed a UPS postal box as his residence on a state voter registration form. The charges came three weeks before the state's Aug. 4 primary election. Fellow Republicans are pushing to oust him from the eastern Kansas seat he barely won in 2018. According to Newser Watkins has supported President Trump. Watkins said the charges against him were "bogus."

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Attacks on Fauci reflect Trump's dilemma on what to do about high-profile adviser with a penchant for straight talk

Attacks on Dr. Fauci underscore Trump's dilemma in how to handle the straight talk from the medical whose popularity far exceeds the president's.

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World Health Organization World Health Organization Specialized agency of the United Nations

22 Indian states meet WHO norm of testing: Health min

Around 22 states in India are conducting at least 140 Covid-19 tests per day per million population, meeting the World Health Organisation (WHO) criteria of..
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Coronavirus cases rise by one million in five days

GENEVA: The number of coronavirus infections around the world hit 13 million on Monday, according to a Reuters tally, climbing by a million in just five days...
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Coronavirus: Nations heading in wrong direction with Covid-19, says WHO

Mixed messages from leaders are undermining public trust in the virus response, warns the WHO chief.
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WHO chief: Pandemic 'going to get worse and worse and worse'

The World Health Organization (WHO) warned Monday that the coronavirus pandemic is raging out of control in North and South America, and that the virus will..
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COVID crisis may get "worse and worse": WHO [Video]

COVID crisis may get "worse and worse": WHO

The new coronavirus pandemic raging around the globe will worsen if countries fail to adhere to strict healthcare precautions, the World Health Organization has warned.

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New York City New York City Largest city in the United States

Tech entrepreneur found dismembered in NYC apartment -media [Video]

Tech entrepreneur found dismembered in NYC apartment -media

A technology entrepreneur who founded Nigeria's Gokada ride-hailing app was found decapitated and dismembered in a luxury New York apartment with a power saw plugged in nearby, New York media reported. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

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US order for visa denial to foreign students rescinded

New York—The United States government rescinded its controversial decision to revoke foreign student visas whose courses move online due to coronavirus, a..
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Donald Trump interested in buying PIA-owned Roosevelt Hotel in New York: official

Meeting also agrees that hotel would be started from scratch with a private entity. Photo: File US President Donald Trump is interested in buying the Roosevelt..
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Judge rejects Harvey Weinstein victims' settlement [Video]

Judge rejects Harvey Weinstein victims' settlement

A New York federal judge has rejected a $19 million dollar settlement for a group of Harvey Weinstein's s*xual misconduct victims, branding the proposal "obnoxious."

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