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BREAKING: A person in Oregon is sick with the first presumptive case of the new coronavirus in the state, Oregon health officials said Friday.

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There are fewer registered Republicans than Independents for the first time ever

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#BREAKING via @nbc : The Trump administration has called off a major summit of Asian leaders next month in Las Vegas amid growing alarm over the coronavirus, two U.S. officials said.

MEXICO TUNNEL: Mexican authorities discover 50-foot long tunnel between the state of Sonora and Arizona

LATEST: Activity in China’s manufacturing sector fell to the level on record, highlighting the devastating impact of the coronavirus on the economy

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M.I.T. researchers have cast doubt on a claim that Bolivian officials engaged in fraud to help Evo Morales win re-election.

#BREAKING : Oregon health officials are set to announced the state's first presumptive case of novel coronavirus at 6 p.m. Stay with KATU News as details develop.

1. China's Feb. 28 #Covid19  numbers are up. 427 new confirmed cases, 47 deaths. Totals are now 79,251 case and 2,835 deaths.

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2. We're hearing a lot from @WHO  about how what China is doing is really driving down levels of #Covid19  disease. That is evidently true. But what is also true is that while it's at a much lower level, it's really not going away. What happens when controls are loosened?

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Buttigieg onstage now. Diving directly into his stump speech, he asks the crowd to imagine what it will feel like the first morning when the sun rises over Columbia “and Donald Trump is no longer President.” Some folks literally jump up and down with excitement in response.

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Scoops of the Day

38% of Americans wouldn't buy Corona beer "under any circumstances" because of the coronavirus, according to a recent survey. Just to be abundantly clear: There is no link between the virus and the beer.

It was nice meeting President@realDonaldTrump  in person during the banquet hosted by @RBhavan14  and he was sporty enough to pose for a selfie.For a change I was wearing his trademark red tie while he was wearing a blue. He smiled when I told him this.

"Once again they sweep their mess under the rug, for us young people - for their children - to clean up for them." Greta Thunberg tells climate strikers in Bristol that "world leaders are behaving like children".

"I should warn the rest of the world that you guys should take care" Dr Xie Jiang has been fighting the coronavirus in Hubei province, China where the outbreak began

Joe Biden: “I’m looking forward to appointing the first African American woman to the United States Senate.”

BREAKING: Turkish soldiers were together with ‘terrorist groups’ when they were hit by Syrian military – Moscow

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Tenth coronavirus case confirmed in California, Santa Clara County health officials say

A British man has died after being infected with coronavirus while in quarantine in Japan on the Diamond Princess cruise ship, Japan's health ministry said

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Scoops of the Week

Coronavirus makes clear what has been true all along. Your health is as safe as that of the worst-insured, worst-cared-for person in your society. It will be decided by the height of the floor, not the ceiling.

A Hindu flag was raised over a mosque in India’s capital after it was set on fire. #DelhiViolence  death toll rises to 20, as police are accused of looking the other way while Muslims are targeted.

When Mike Pence was governor of Indiana, his public health record was so stellar that his state policy led directly to a large HIV outbreak.

BREAKING: Harvey Weinstein convicted in a reckoning after sexual misconduct allegations against him fueled #MeToo  movement.

BREAKING NEWS: We are now in the worst stock market drop since financial crisis in 2008.

ODDLY SATISFYING: Team of vets pull AN ENTIRE BEACH TOWEL out of a python in Australia – with their bare hands.

JUST IN: The House of Representatives has approved legislation making lynching a federal hate crime for the first time in U.S. history. The Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act was named for the 14-year-old teenager who was lynched in Mississippi in the 1950s.

@Ocasio2018  asks on House floor why so many find the Green New Deal so controversial. "Because for years we have prioritized the pursuit of profit at any and all human and environmental cost. And I humbly ask my colleagues and my country to question our priorities for once."

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