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U.S. airport screeners, health workers plagued by fear and anger as coronavirus spreads

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(Reuters) – As coronavirus cases exploded across the world, federal medical workers tasked with screening incoming passengers at U.S. airports grew alarmed: Many were working...
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‘Tamales for Tío Bernie’: Sanders’ outreach to Latino voters pays off

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BELL, California (Reuters) – Violeta Alvarez is so passionate about Bernie Sanders that she becomes emotional talking about the white, 78-year-old senator from Vermont, a...
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‘Hit with a truck’ – How Iran’s missiles inflicted brain injury on U.S. troops

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(Reuters) – In the wee hours of Jan. 8, Tehran retaliated over the U.S. killing of Iran’s most powerful general by bombarding the al-Asad air...
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Plastic bottles vs. aluminum cans: who’ll win the global water fight?

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LONDON (Reuters) – Global bottled water giants are ramping up trials of easily recyclable aluminum cans to replace plastic that pollutes the world’s seas. Sound...
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Trump’s fast-tracking of oil pipelines hits legal roadblocks

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Trump administration’s effort to cut red tape and speed up major energy projects has backfired in the case of the...
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Hasty rollout of Trump immigration policy has ‘broken’ border courts

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(Reuters) – On the day she was set to see a U.S. immigration judge in San Diego last month, Katia took every precaution. FILE PHOTO:...
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Between gun massacres, a routine, deadly seven days of U.S. shootings

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(Reuters) – A boy accidentally killed by his father during a fishing trip in Montana. A woman dead and her husband behind bars after a...
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Following opioid suits, family behind deadly OxyContin squabbles

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – A united front among members of the billionaire Sackler family behind painkiller OxyContin is showing signs of strain from litigation over...
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Trade war and sagging prices push U.S. family farmers to leave the field

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BEATTIE, KANSAS (Reuters) – Shuffling across his frozen fields, farmer Jim Taphorn hunched his shoulders against the wind and squinted at the auctioneer standing next...