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The service sector cut 16 million jobs — including 8.6 million in leisure and hospitality — between March and April, ADP said. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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20.2 Million Private-Sector Jobs Are Gone

The record job losses are a preview of the Labor Department's employment report for April coming Friday. ADP's new numbers are not surprising, given the more than 30 million jobless claims filed.

A letter bearing the signature of President Trump was sent to people who received a coronavirus relief payment as part of the Cares Act. Some of those payments went to the bank accounts of dead people. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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The IRS Sent Coronavirus Relief Payments To Dead People

Among the recipients of the $1,200 payments made under the CARES Act are the bank accounts of dead individuals — a problem that could impact millions of American families.

Nuns rally outside the Supreme Court following oral arguments in seven cases dealing with religious organizations that want to ban contraceptives from their health insurance policies at the Supreme Court in 2016. The court is hearing arguments in a related case on Wednesday. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Hears Case On Birth Control Access And Obamacare

The justices heard arguments remotely about whether the Trump administration can allow employers with religious or moral objections to limit their employees' access to free birth control.

L-R: Vice President Mike Pence, President Trump and Coronavirus Task Force Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx speak during a briefing at the White House last month. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Says Coronavirus Task Force To Stay 'Indefinitely,' After Signaling Wind-Down

President Trump said there could be changes to the group managing the administration's pandemic response. Vice President Pence said Tuesday the task force has begun to talk about a transition plan.

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When After-School Is Shut Down, Too

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With schools moved online and kids cooped up at 天地棋牌, soccer coaches, dance instructors and other leaders of extracurricular activites are finding creative ways of keeping kids active and engaged.

When After-School Is Shut Down, Too

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Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, seen being introduced as Barack Obama's running mate in 2008, has the unique perspective of choosing a vice presidential candidate having served in the job himself. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden's Vice Presidential Choice May Be Swayed By History, Including His Own

Joe Biden pledged to pick a woman as his running mate. Beyond gender, there are many calculations involved in the Democratic candidate's decision, including his perspective as a former vice president.

Biden's Vice Presidential Choice May Be Swayed By History, Including His Own

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Jose de los Rios works at a Procter & Gamble plant in Mehoopany, Pa., that makes Charmin toilet paper and other products. The factory has been running nonstop in recent weeks. Procter & Gamble hide caption

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Everyone Wants What He Makes At The Always Busy Charmin Toilet Paper Factory

The plant in Mehoopany, Pa., which makes Charmin toilet paper and Bounty paper towels, is the biggest Procter & Gamble factory in the world and has been running nonstop in recent weeks.

Rick Bright, former director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, is seen here in 2018. Toya Sarno Jordan/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Rick Bright, Former Top Vaccine Scientist, Files Whistleblower Complaint

Bright says he was removed from his post as a high-ranking federal scientist focused on vaccines because of his reluctance to promote drugs such as hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 patients.

A nurse in the Eugenie Hospital in Ajaccio, on the French Mediterranean island of Corsica, on April 23. France appears to have had its first case of COVID-19 in December, a month earlier than doctors thought. Pascal Pochard-Casabianca/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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French Doctors Find COVID Case From December — A Month Before 1st Known Case There

"This is important because to fight a virus, you need to know its life cycle," says Dr. Yves Cohen. "This case will allow us to better understand the evolution of the virus on French soil."

In Georgia, Gov. Brian Kemp has authorized the opening of theaters, but Chris Escobar, owner of the in Atlanta, won't be unlocking the doors quite yet. "I'm not forcing my employees to choose between their livelihoods and their lives," he says. CJ Swank/Plaza Theatre hide caption

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As Some States Reopen, Theater Owners Are Watching — And Mostly Waiting

Some states are allowing movie theaters to reopen, but will they? Big theater chains say no, so it's up to independent theater owners who are "proceeding with an abundance of caution."

As Some States Reopen, Theater Owners Are Watching — And Mostly Waiting

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A firefighter sprays down the smoldering remains of a burning 天地棋牌 during the Hillside Fire in the North Park neighborhood of San Bernardino, Calif., on Oct. 31, 2019. Some wildland firefighters worry whether they can do their jobs safely during a global pandemic. Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Wildland Fire Camps Need Dramatic Change Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As the wildfire season is beginning, some wild land firefighters are worried their safety could be at risk since the government has been slow to adopt new COVID-19 protocols.

President Trump and Rochelle Richardson — better known as Silk in the social media duo Diamond and Silk — hold hands at a February event. Richardson is on the advisory board of Black Voices for Trump. Nicholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Campaign Reworks Its Pitch To Black Voters After Pandemic Slams Economy

President Trump's campaign was trying to woo African American voters by promoting the earlier low black unemployment rate. But now the economy is in a tailspin.

Trump Campaign Reworks Its Pitch To Black Voters After Pandemic Slams Economy

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Does that chiffchaff sound chirpier to you? Ornithologists say the 天地棋牌bound are just noticing the sounds of birds more. Mathias Schaef/McPhoto/ullstein bild via Getty Images hide caption

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Do Those Birds Sound Louder To You? An Ornithologist Says You're Just Hearing Things

Think of how it works in a noisy bar: people raise their voices to be heard. Same for birds. With less background noise outside these days, it's likely that birds are actually singing more quietly.

Do Those Birds Sound Louder To You? An Ornithologist Says You're Just Hearing Things

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Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky during an event in 2018. On Tuesday, the company announced it is laying off 1,900 employees, or about a quarter its workforce, as the coronavirus rattles the travel industry. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Airbnb Cuts 1,900 Jobs, 25% Of Its Workforce, As Pandemic Freezes Travel

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky described the global pandemic as the "most harrowing crisis of our lifetime" and said the coronavirus has cut the company's anticipated revenue in more than half.

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