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Trump admin is not requiring nursing homes to share how many people died from COVID-19 before May 8
(May 24 07:01) Dailymail.co.uk
Nursing homes are compelled by the government to send the data from before May 6 but it is optional. Senator Bob Casey of (D-Penn) has been pressing for more data.
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Trump will sign executive order on 'social media' in wake of Twitter fact-checking his tweets
President Trump will sign some sort of 'social media'-focused executive order on Thursday, White House officials said, amid a rift with Twitter after the company started fact-checking his tweets.
Jackson cop put on leave after video shows him with hands around neck of suspect who 'can't breathe'
Footage from 4.30pm on Friday in Mississippi shows a woman pleading with Jackson Police officer Myron Smith to let the suspect go, saying: 'He's not breathing. He's not breathing.'
2,000 cancers are going undiagnosed EVERY WEEK because of the coronavirus crisis, charity warns
In England and Wales, Macmillan Cancer Support analysis of official data showed there were at least 500 more deaths from cancer than average in March and April.
Prince Charles has got his wish for a slimmed-down monarchy, says his close friend Lady Glenconner
Lady Glenconner, former lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret, was speaking in the wake of Prince Andrew stepping back from royal duties over the Epstein scandal and Prince Harry leaving the ...
One-in-four UK firms warn of layoffs when furlough scheme is scaled back in August
Research by the Institute of Directors shows that firms are worried about being able to keep staff on if they are forced to contribute to 20 per cent of wage ...
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New video shows George Floyd being dragged out of his car
New video shows the moment Floyd was forcibly removed from his vehicle by two officers from the Minneapolis Police Department and placed in handcuffs on 38th and Chicago on Monday.
(May 27 18:55) Dailymail.co.uk
Girl, 13, beheaded by her father while she slept in Iranian honour killing
Romina Ashrafi, aged 13, was killed with a sickle in her family home in Hovigh, Talesh county, Iran, as a form of 'punishment', local media have reported.
(May 27 18:53) Dailymail.co.uk
Stylists at more than 11,000 salons and barbers demand the government allow them to reopen
Keith Conniford, CEO of the Hair and Barber Council, has estimated that the majority of the 11,000 salons it represents would be ready to open in mid-June.
Cartel leader wanted by the U.S. for the 1985 DEA agent's murder tells Mexican court he is broke
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