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    DeSantis downplays experts’ warning of ‘need for army of contact tracers’ in Miami-Dade

    DeSantis downplays experts’ warning of ‘need for army of contact tracers’ in Miami-Dade

    #palmettobay #news #localnews #florida | MIAMI – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez met on Tuesday in Miami to discuss an effort to isolate long-term-care facility residents with COVID-19 and to tout an increase in coronavirus testing. But as South Florida takes a beating during the coronavirus pandemic, DeSantis showed little […] More

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    Johnson cleared to race after 2 negative coronavirus tests

    Johnson cleared to race after 2 negative coronavirus tests

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson has twice tested negative for the coronavirus and has been cleared to race Sunday at Kentucky Speedway. Johnson missed the first race of his Cup career when he tested positive last Friday. He was tested after his wife received a positive result. Hendrick Motorsports said Johnson tested […] More

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    More States Require Masks In Public As COVID-19 Spreads, But Enforcement Lags

    More States Require Masks In Public As COVID-19 Spreads, But Enforcement Lags

    A growing number of governors and mayors are working to slow the spread of the coronavirus by requiring people to wear masks in public places. Experts say these public health rules will reduce the risk of people getting sick. But some local police and sheriffs are refusing to enforce the rules. “COVID-19 is not going […] More

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    Mayor Pete Buttigieg has a new book set for fall, ‘Trust’

    Mayor Pete Buttigieg has a new book set for fall, 'Trust'

    NEW YORK – Pete Buttigieg’s next book has a unifying message. Liveright Publishing announced Wednesday that the former Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend, Indiana, mayor had written “Trust: America’s Best Chance,” scheduled for release Oct. 6. According to Liveright, the book combines history and personal reflections in an “urgent and soul-searching” exploration into creating […] More

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    US general sees smaller but enduring troop presence in Iraq

    US general sees smaller but enduring troop presence in Iraq

    WASHINGTON – Six months after a deadly American airstrike in Baghdad enraged Iraqis and fueled demands to send all U.S. troops home, the top U.S. general for the Middle East is talking optimistically about keeping a smaller but enduring military presence there. Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie, the commander of U.S. Central Command, met Tuesday with […] More

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    Trump pushes state, local leaders to reopen schools in fall

    Trump pushes state, local leaders to reopen schools in fall

    President Donald Trump launched an all-out effort pressing state and local officials to reopen schools this fall, arguing that some are keeping schools closed not because of the risks from the coronavirus pandemic but for political reasons. “They think it’s going to be good for them politically, so they keep the schools closed,” Trump said […] More

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    Monuments and statues are falling. But what comes next?

    Monuments and statues are falling. But what comes next?

    #palmettobay #news #localnews #florida | TIERRA AMARILLA, N.M. – The dusty town of Tierra Amarilla perches in the shadows of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Here, five decades ago, this poor northern New Mexico community saw one of the most violent clashes in civil rights history when armed Mexican American ranchers raided a courthouse in […] More

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