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At Virtual Summit, World Leaders Pledge $298 Million In Aid To Lebanon
World leaders, including President Trump, attended a virtual donor summit Sunday for recovery efforts after last week's blast. The event was co-hosted by the U.N. and French President Emmanuel Macron.
Democrats Slam Trump's Executive Actions, Critiquing Both Substance And Legality
One expert told NPR that the unemployment measure is particularly controversial because it is "using appropriated funds by Congress in ways that Congress might not have intended."
US & World
U.S. Hits 5 Million Coronavirus Cases As Debate Lingers Over The Path Forward
The U.S. continues to lead the world in both cases and deaths, as states across the Midwest and South battle a surge in new cases.
COVID-19 May Never Go Away — With Or Without A Vaccine
The virus might eventually behave more like the common cold, according to Dr. Vineet Menachery, a coronavirus researcher at the University of Texas Medical Branch.
Most Teachers Concerned About In-Person School; 2 In 3 Want To Start The Year Online
A new national poll of teachers from NPR/Ipsos finds broad trepidation about returning to the classroom, with 77% of those surveyed worried about risking their own health.
Crime & Justice
Hiroshima Atomic Bombing Raising Questions 75 Years Later
The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were said at the time to be justified as the only way to end World War II. Seventy five years later, legal experts say they would now be war crimes.
Environment & Science
Navajo Nation Sees Farming Renaissance During Coronavirus Pandemic
The Navajo Nation is having a farming renaissance in the era of COVID-19. More residents are turning to traditional agriculture as they're under strict travel limits due to the coronavirus.
Arts & Entertainment
One-Third Of U.S. Museums May Not Survive The Year, Survey Finds
In a survey of more than 750 museum directors, 33% of them said there was either a "significant risk" of closing permanently by next fall or that they didn't know if their institutions would survive.
Oscar The Grouch And Grover Give Us Some Tips For Staying Home
Oscar the Grouch loves his trash, but he loves it more when everyone stays far away from him.
Business & Economy
LA Homebuyers Turn To 'Tenancy In Common,' With Tradeoffs
TIC buyers must be willing to co-own property with strangers. And rent-controlled tenants may have been forced out of the buildings they're moving into.