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Here's the latest for Friday July 10th: WHO says coronavirus may be spread through the air; Arizona Gov. cuts restaurant capacity; Trump blasts de Blasio over Black Lives Matter mural; Rivera search continues Friday.
 
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Coronavirus did come from bats, say WHO scientists sent to Wuhan

The coronavirus outbreak came from bats and was probably passed to humans through another intermediary animal "host", World Health Organisation (WHO) scientists..
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WHO Warns There May Never Be A 'Silver Bullet' for COVID-19 [Video]

WHO Warns There May Never Be A 'Silver Bullet' for COVID-19

The World Health Organisation has warned that despite the progress in vaccine research, the road to normality remains far off.

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6 months after declaring the coronavirus a global health emergency, WHO director says there may ...

Fabrice Coffrini / AFP / Getty World Health Organization's director-general on Monday warned that there may never be a "silver bullet" for the coronavirus...
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Kobach loses U.S. Senate seat in Kansas primary [Video]

Kobach loses U.S. Senate seat in Kansas primary

U.S. Representative Roger Marshall won the Kansas Republican primary for the Senate on Tuesday, defeating anti-immigration firebrand Kris Kobach with the help of the party establishment, which feared Kobach would hurt Republican chances in the fall. Ryan Brooks reports.

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More than 500 inmates at Arizona prison test positive for COVID-19

The Tucson Whetstone Unit houses 1,066 inmates, of which 517 have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Roger Marshall bests Kris Kobach in Kansas GOP race, plus other key takeaways from Tuesday's primaries

Michigan, Arizona, Kansas, Missouri and Washington all held primaries Tuesday. And the results are still slowly coming in.

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Primaries held in five states August 4

Voters in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington headed to the polls for state primaries, and many opted for mail-in voting due to concerns over the..
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Cicadas and Palo Verde beetles? Harmless. But these Arizona bugs and reptiles can hurt you

Scorpion and bee stings or rattlesnake bites can hurt and in some cases cause death. Look out for these Arizona creatures, including Gila monsters.

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DA's husband charged for allegedly pointing gun at BLM protesters

A video of the March incident​ shows Jackie Lacey's husband pointing a gun and saying, "Get off my porch, right now, get off."
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Husband of Los Angeles DA charged with pulling gun on BLM protesters

The husband of Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey has been charged with pointing a gun at Black Lives Matter protesters outside the couple's home the day..
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Woman, 4-year-old girl bond over Black Lives Matter

When 4-year-old Camryn Radcliff shouted "Black Lives Matter" in a store, she ended up making a friend. Now, the two Denver residents are working to change the..
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Pennsylvania student pulled from HS graduation ceremony for 'Black Lives Matter' mask

A Black student was pulled from his graduation procession and told to remove his face mask, displaying the words "Black Lives Matter."

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Court fight if federal officers sent to NYC -Mayor [Video]

Court fight if federal officers sent to NYC -Mayor

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday he would take U.S. President Donald Trump to court if he went forward with a threat to send federal officers to help police the country's most populous city, but predicted that Trump was bluffing.

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NYC Mayor paints 'Black Lives Matter' outside Trump Tower [Video]

NYC Mayor paints 'Black Lives Matter' outside Trump Tower

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio joined Reverend Al Sharpton and others on Thursday in painting the words "Black Lives Matter" on Fifth Avenue - and right outside of Trump Tower. Lisa Bernhard has more.

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'Blended learning' in the fall for NYC public schools -mayor [Video]

'Blended learning' in the fall for NYC public schools -mayor

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday announced that public schools will have "blended learning" in the fall that will limit classroom attendance to a maximum of three days per week in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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Has De Blasio Made New York Unlivable? [Video]

Has De Blasio Made New York Unlivable?

New York City is one of the most exciting and resilient cities on the world. However, the coronavirus, economic downturn, and race riots have reduced residents quality of life. New York's energy and spirit have been dimmed. And some speculate that under Bill de Blasio's "incompetent" leader it may never return. Michael Goodwin of the New York Post argues that Mayor de Blasio's leadership is so bad he will steer the city to irreversible ruin.

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Tennessee Republicans, Once Moderate and Genteel, Turn Toxic in the Trump Era

In the Senate primary race to replace Lamar Alexander, two candidates are fighting to see who can better emulate the president. It isn’t pretty.
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Top U.S. official's visit to Taiwan may anger China [Video]

Top U.S. official's visit to Taiwan may anger China

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar will visit Taiwan in the coming days, his office said on Tuesday, marking the highest-level visit by a U.S. official in four decades -- a move likely to anger China, which claims the island as its own. Gloria Tso reports.

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Neil Young sues Donald Trump's campaign for using his songs

The US president has played Rockin' in the Free World at events without the rock star's permission
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Trump labels Lebanon explosion an 'attack' caused by a 'bomb of some kind' [Video]

Trump labels Lebanon explosion an 'attack' caused by a 'bomb of some kind'

US President Donald Trump has said American military generals have told himthey “seem to feel” the massive explosion which rocked Beirut, Lebanon, was a“terrible attack” probably caused by a bomb. Mr Trump was asked why he calledit an attack and not an accident, especially since Lebanese officials say theyhave not determined the cause of the explosion.

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