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Sunday, March 29, 2020 1:25 PM ET

New York Times - US News

Coronavirus Live Updates: Pelosi Accuses Trump of 'Deadly' Denial and Governors Plea for Help; New York Mayor Says Medical Supplies Will Run Out in a Week - The world largest lockdown brings chaos and hunger to India, and the global tally of cases rises past 670,000. A U.S. judge urges the release of migrant children.

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Tornado Strikes Jonesboro, Ark., Injuring 22, Officials Say -- Many residents were staying home because of the coronavirus pandemic, reducing the number of those hurt, the mayor said. -- Michael Levenson

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In a Town Where Meth Is Eclipsing Opioids, Everyone Feels the Pain

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We're Sharing Coronavirus Case Data for Every U.S. County

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Alone on the Road, a Trucker's Long Haul as America Fights the Virus

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Judge Urges Release of Migrant Children After 4 Test Positive for Coronavirus in Detention

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Figuring Out Home Schooling in the Age of Coronavirus

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U.S. Civil Rights Office Rejects Rationing Medical Care Based on Disability, Age

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Rhode Island Pulls Over New Yorkers to Keep the Virus at Bay

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The Virus Has Transformed the 2020 Elections. Here's How. -- Party conventions are in jeopardy, campaigning is on hold and local candidates are playing the role of good Samaritan instead of traditional politician. -- Jonathan Martin, Reid J. Epstein -- Maggie Haberman

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4-Year-Old Girl, Lost in the Woods for 48 Hours, Is Found Unharmed -- "Ecstatic may not be a good enough word — it was extremely emotional," Sheriff Jay Jones of Lee County, Ala., said of finding Evelyn Sides, better known as Vadie. -- Michael Levenson

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FEMA Says at Least 7 People at the Disaster Agency Have the Coronavirus -- Union officials at FEMA say they would like to know where they work in order to warn other employees who might be exposed and to avoid putting the public at added risk. -- Christopher Flavelle -- Zolan Kanno-Youngs

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6 Killed in House Fire in Rural Indiana, Officials Say -- Officials are investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed a family home and killed six people early Saturday morning. -- Maria Cramer

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The Race for Virus Money Is On. Lobbyists Are Standing By. -- Companies see the outbreak as a chance to cash in, do some good, or both. Among the early winners: the Washington influence industry. -- Kenneth P. Vogel

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Instacart Shoppers Plan to Strike Over Coronavirus Protections -- As many as 200,000 workers could walk off the job unless demands for improved equipment and hazard pay are met. -- Derrick Bryson Taylor

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'Women Will Not Be Forced to Be Alone When They Are Giving Birth' -- In response to some private hospitals' decision to bar partners, New York will order all hospitals to allow partners in delivery rooms, despite the coronavirus risk. -- Katie Van Syckle -- Christina Caron

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The U.S.'s Slow Start to Coronavirus Testing: A Timeline -- Technical flaws, regulatory hurdles and failures of leadership impeded early screening in the United States, allowing the pandemic to spread. -- Abby Goodnough -- Michael D. Shear

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