Veterans In Arizona, Across U.S. Battle Isolation During Pandemic
When U.S. veterans come home, many develop support systems with fellow veterans, not unlike the bonds made throughout their service. When the coronavirus hit, and mandatory isolation set in, those powerful support systems, as they were, disappeared. But a new form of support for these veterans is rising from the ashes and onto their screens.
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Hermosillo Mayor, Other Sonoran Officials Test Positive For COVID-19
Several top officials in neighboring Sonora, Mexico, have tested positive for the coronavirus, including the mayor of the capital city Hermosillo.
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Could Memorial Day Travel Lead To Spike In Virus Cases?
Arizonans hit the road en masse this Memorial Day weekend. Interstate 17 was packed May 25 as travelers tried to get back to the Phoenix area. Bars, restaurants and state parks saw a surge in visitors taking advantage of the holiday weekend. But could all of that recreating — and gathering — lead to another spike in COVID-19 cases here?
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Immigration Detention Centers Struggle To Deal With Coronavirus
A rising number of prisoners in Arizona are testing positive for coronavirus. The virus has also hit immigration detainees. For a look behind bars in the state’s many immigration detention centers, The Show spoke with Independent reporter Valeria Fernandez of the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting.
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Twitter Points Users To Fact Checks Of Trump Tweets For The First Time
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More than 20 Republicans will sue in federal court to stop proxy voting in the House during the pandemic. Democrats approved the measure along a party line vote earlier this month.
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Trump Team Killed Rule Designed To Protect Health Workers From Pandemic Like COVID-19
"If that rule had gone into effect, then every hospital, every nursing home would essentially have to have a plan," said David Michaels, former Occupational Safety and Health Administration chief.