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July 2, 2020 at 12:31 AM EDT Coronavirus cases rose by nearly 50 percent last month, led by states that reopened first Coronavirus infections in the United States surged nearly 50 percent in June as states relaxed quarantine rules and tried to reopen their economies, data compiled Wednesday showed, and several states moved to reimpose …

On this week’s episode of IGN’s weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Steve Saylor, along with Lucy O’Brien and Janet Garcia, to discuss The Last of Us Part 2!We break down some of the accessibility features and strides TLoU 2 takes in pushing gaming accessibility forward, as well as thoughts …

CHICAGO — Protesters marched on the State Capitol in Texas, holding signs declaring that masks equal “medical tyranny.” Lawsuits filed in Florida courts argue that mask laws violate constitutional rights. President Trump mocked former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. for wearing a mask and has rarely worn one himself. But even as some conservatives …

On Tuesday, Tamil Nadu’s highest court said there was enough evidence to charge the police officers involved in the case with murder, based on the victims’ injuries and formal statements. The deaths have renewed outrage in India over police brutality, with the men’s family members, politicians and human rights activists alleging officers tortured the pair …

The Emmet County Sheriff’s Office is looking for your help in a breaking and entering investigation. Deputies say they responded to a larceny complaint Friday in Springvale Township. According to their investigation, a Petoskey man repeatedly broke into a home between March and June They say he stole multiple items. The man was arrested Monday …

Russian President Vladimir Putin shows his passport to a member of an election commission as he arrives to take part in voting at a polling station in Moscow on Wednesday. Alexei Druzhinin/AP hide caption toggle caption Alexei Druzhinin/AP Russian President Vladimir Putin shows his passport to a member of an election commission as he arrives …

By Olivana Lathouris00:41 NT Health Minister Natasha Fyles said the state’s new case of COVID-19 is not a reason to close borders. The new case of coronavirus is a returned traveller who undertook hotel quarantine and a family visit in one of Melbourne’s identified hot spots. Ms Fyles said the state must continue to work …

Patients and their families should realize that fluctuations in progress are normal. “There are going to be days where everything’s going right with your lungs, but your joints are feeling so achy that you can’t get up and do your pulmonary rehab and you have a few setbacks,” Dr. Putrino said. “Or your pulmonary care …

Senate Republicans now know what he’s talking about. In the almost five months since that day, the coronavirus pandemic has killed nearly 130,000 Americans and decimated the U.S. economy. Despite Congress’ approval of trillions of dollars in spending to combat the downturn, unemployment levels have soared to their highest levels since the Great Depression. Trump …

Arizona recorded more coronavirus deaths, infections, hospitalizations and emergency-room visits in a single day than ever before in a crisis, in a day across the Sunbelt that sent a shudder through other parts of the country and led distant states to put their own reopening plans on hold. “Put a mask on it” Vice President …