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Social Distancing Study, Coronavirus Plateaus In Some Cities, Syrian War Crimes Trial

A Columbia University analysis estimates that tens of thousands of U.S. deaths could have been prevented with earlier lockdowns. Also, new coronavirus data shows declines in new cases of the virus, hospitalizations and deaths across all but a few areas of the United States. So what about the cities where cases have merely plateaued? And, Syrian officials who fled the nation's civil war are on trial in Germany, charged with war crimes.

Social Distancing Study, Coronavirus Plateaus In Some Cities, Syrian War Crimes Trial

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Measuring An Economic Rebound, Air Pollution During Pandemic, Cyclone Amphan

How quickly can the U.S. economy rebound from the coronavirus shutdown? And, with traffic dramatically down in recent months, the U.S. is in the middle of an accidental experiment showing what happens to air pollution when millions of people stop driving. Also, a massive cyclone in the Bay of Bengal poses deadly risks in a vulnerable part of the world.

Measuring An Economic Rebound, Air Pollution During Pandemic, Cyclone Amphan

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U.S. Criticizes WHO, Trump And Hydroxychloroquine, Senate Hearing On Coronavirus Aid

President Trump and his health secretary say the World Health Organization failed in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic and threatened to permanently end U.S. funding. Also, the president says he has been taking hydroxychloroquine and zinc to protect against the coronavirus. And, a Senate committee will question Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell about the first wave of coronavirus aid.

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