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Long delays in getting test results hobble coronavirus response

Support our journalism. Subscribe today. The long testing turnaround times are making it impossible for the United States to replicate the central strategy used by other countries to effectively contain the virus — test, trace and isolate. Like catching any killer, speed is of the essence when it comes to the coronavirus. “Instead of going from one step to the next, it’s like you’re already stumbling right out of the gate,” said Crystal R. ... Full story

The women who can't get an abortion in lockdown

Image caption More than a million abortions in India have been "compromised" by the lockdown, research says. India's grinding national coronavirus lockdown complicated life for women trying to access safe abortions, and now cities are bringing back restrictions, reports Menaka Rao. In the last week of May, a 20-year old college-going woman in India's capital, Delhi, found out that she was pregnant. The woman, Kiran, whose name has been changed ... Full story

The Best Drinks in Life Are Frozen

While evocations of sun, sand and rosé don’t hurt — hey, wear a mask out there — not all icy beverages require heat waves or pink wine. Drink good, well-made frozen drinks because they’re good, and well made. And sure, drink them barefoot in the summer grass, but also boot-clad in winter, or any other time that you’d drink an ice-cold martini or a shaken margarita. To lean into slushy, boozy adult treats, you don’t necessarily need to pull out ... Full story

Poland's Duda seen ahead in presidential vote: late poll

Polish President and presidential candidate of the Law and Justice (PiS) party Andrzej Duda talks to the media after the announcement of the first exit poll results on the second round of the presidential election, at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, Poland, July 12, 2020. REUTERS/Aleksandra Szmigiel. WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland’s incumbent president Andrzej Duda was slightly ahead in Sunday’s presidential election, a late poll showed, a narrow ... Full story

Navy ship catches fire in San Diego; sailors injured

A third-degree fire broke out aboard a Navy ship docked in San Diego on Sunday, according to city officials. Eighteen sailors were taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, according to a Navy statement. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. The fire occurred aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard, an amphibious assault ship that was docked at a pier at Naval Base San Diego in California for maintenance. The ship was ... Full story

Former Fort Hood soldier whose skeletal remains were found to be buried without military honors, family claims

The family of Gregory Wedel-Morales, a former Fort Hood soldier missing for 10 months until his skeletal remains were discovered buried near the Texas Army base in June, are claiming he won't receive military honors at his funeral and are left with only questions pending further investigation into the case. Wedel-Morales' family held a vigil in his honor in his hometown of Sapulpa, Okla ., on Saturday. His skeletal remains were found about a ... Full story

Opinion Court? You probably missed some cases. Post

Leah Litman is an assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan Law School and host of the podcast “Strict Scrutiny,” about the Supreme Court. It might look as if liberals ran the tables at the Supreme Court this term. After all, there were progressive victories on abortion, gay rights and immigration. On the term’s final day, the court rejected President Trump’s sweeping claim that Congress and state prosecutors could not subpoena ... Full story

Coronavirus bringing record $1 trillion of new global corporate debt in 2020: report

LONDON (Reuters) - Companies around the world will take on as much as $1 trillion of new debt in 2020, as they try to shore up their finances against the coronavirus, a new study of 900 top firms has estimated. FILE PHOTO: A trader adjusts his mask as he works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S., May 28, 2020. REUTERS/Lucas ... Full story

Brazil sees 631 new coronavirus deaths, approaches 2 million cases

FILE PHOTO: Passengers wearing protective face masks stand inside a train at a subway station in the Taguatinga neighborhood, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Brasilia, Brazil July 8, 2020. REUTERS/Adriano Machado. RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil, the world’s No. 2 coronavirus hot spot after the United States, registered 631 new deaths on Sunday, with a new total of 1,864,681 confirmed cases, the Health Ministry said. ... Full story

Goya 'buy-cott' begins as customers load up on product after Trump backlash

Goya Foods President Robert Unanue responds to calls to boycott his company after his visit to the White House. Many took to social media to express their displeasure with Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue after he praised President Trump at a White House event on Thursday, but others are flipping the narrative and calling for a Goya Foods "buy-cott.". Continue Reading Below. GOYA FOODS SLAMMED BY AOC, CELEBRITIES AFTER CEO PRAISES TRUMP. "My ... Full story