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Reminder: If you ask the president of the United States a question about coronavirus and air his answer, you are helping to misinform the nation about a public health emergency. In fact, the single most potent force for misinforming the American public is the current president.

In 1918 and 1919, masks also stoked political division. Then, as now, medical authorities urged people to wear them to help slow the spread of disease. And then, as now, some people resisted. Here's how that started — and what it looked like.

#BREAKING: President Trump says he'll stop evictions: "I'll do it myself if I have to."

Two teenagers in Florida have died from Covid-19 complications, according to data posted by the Florida Department of Health. The teens were between the ages of 14 and 17, the department said.

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When this 4-year-old girl shouted "Black Lives Matter" in a store, she ended up making a friend. Now, they're working to change the world together.

Ahead of @BTS_twt 's highly anticipated new English track, "Dynamite," the band's U.S. merch store sells out limited edition physical releases within an hour

Weapons & a bag containing explosives were found just meters from the Israeli security fence between #Israel  and #Syria . Last night, 4 terrorists attempted to plant & use them. We stopped them before they could. We won’t allow any harm to Israel or our sovereignty.

Complaints mounted about masks shortly after the first order was passed — even after the flu killed an estimated 195,000 Americans in October 1918 alone. The penalty for violators in San Francisco was $5 to $10, or 10 days’ imprisonment.

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Today's #COVID19  update: - 148,721 tests reported - Positive cases: 5,739 - 7 day average caseload: 7,764 - Average positivity rate dropped slightly to 7.0% Sadly, 32 fatalities were reported. We’re seeing modest declines overall--but we’re not out of the woods. WEAR YOUR MASK.