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Interest in homeschooling has 'exploded' amid pandemicAs parents nationwide prepare to help their children with more distance learning, a small but quickly growing number are deciding to take matters entirely into their own hands and begin homeschooling
The Associated Press4 hours ago
Companies test antibody drugs to treat, prevent COVID-19With a coronavirus vaccine still months off, companies are rushing to test what may be the next best thing: antibody drugs that fight the virus right away, without having to train the immune system to do the job
The Associated Press4 hours ago
Ricky Hurtado, a Democratic candidate for the North Carolina state house, poses for a portrait by a mural in Graham, N.C., Tuesday, March 10, 2020. He is the first Latino candidate to run for North Carolina's House of Representatives. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
He set out to mobilize Latino voters. Then the virus hit. The coronavirus is disrupting Latinos’ long climb up the political ladder
The Associated Press4 hours ago
In this handout photo taken on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, and provided by Russian Direct Investment Fund, a new vaccine is on display at the Nikolai Gamaleya National Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology in Moscow, Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin's announcement that his country is the first to approve a coronavirus vaccine hasn't provoked the awe and wonder of the Soviet Union’s launch of the first satellite into orbit in 1957. Instead the announcement was met by doubts about the science and safety of the vaccine.  (Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/ Russian Direct Investment Fund via AP)
Science and politics tied up in global race for a vaccineRussian President Vladimir Putin's announcement that his country is the first to approve a coronavirus vaccine hasn't provoked the awe and wonder of the Soviet Union’s launch of the first satellite into orbit in 1957
The Associated Press4 hours ago
FILE - In this March 9, 2020, file photo, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., speaks at a campaign rally for Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden at Renaissance High School in Detroit. Before Joe Biden named Harris his running mate, women’s groups were readying a campaign of their own: Shutting down sexist coverage and disinformation about a vice presidential nominee they say is headed for months of false smears and “brutal” attacks from internet haters.  (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
Women say they will fight sexism, 'ugly' attacks on HarrisBefore Joe Biden named Sen. Kamala Harris his running mate, women’s groups were readying a campaign of their own: shutting down sexist coverage and disinformation about a vice presidential nominee they say is headed for months of false smears and “brutal” attacks from internet haters
The Associated Press4 hours ago

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