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              May 5, 2020
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              The state recorded its first week-over-week decline in reported coronavirus deaths, a promising if preliminary sign of progress as Gov. Gavin Newsom prepares to reopen some businesses.
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              Former employees at NBC News have been questioned by the New York Attorney General’s office about how the company handled sexual harassment allegations in the division.
              Anger at Xi Jinping’s government over the coronavirus crisis is warranted, but treating a nuclear and economic superpower as an existential enemy to satisfy domestic political needs isn’t the smart way to go.
              The University of California could reopen just one-third to one-half of its dorm rooms this fall to keep safe distances among students amid the coronavirus outbreak. It’s unclear which students would get to return to campus or where other students would live.
              Your Cinco de Mayo celebration this year might have a different tone from years past, but it can still have great food, music and culture.
              SpaceX CEO Elon Musk unveiled on Twitter the first photos and very out-there name of his newborn son with Canadian singer and producer Grimes.
              A Utah Highway Patrol trooper got a surprise when he pulled over a 5-year-old driver swerving so badly he thought the driver needed medical attention.
              Video from the scene of a fatal shooting by the CHP of a motorist on the 60 Freeway appears to show a sheathed sword lying in the roadway.
              Carnival plans to sail Caribbean itineraries from Florida and Texas ports where most passengers arrive by car rather than by airplane.
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              “Stranger Things” star David Harbour joins The Times’ “Can’t Stop Watching” podcast to discuss Hopper in quarantine, Winona Ryder and his inspirations.
              The veteran journalist said she was ‘really scared’ after fighting pneumonia caused by the coronavirus for two weeks at home before going to the hospital.
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              Rams’ top draft pick, Cam Akers, says he has ‘big boy pants on’ and can handle all the roles of a running back in the NFL.
              Lakers great Magic Johnson believes players will bring plenty of intensity to the court even if NBA games are held with no fans.
              Former Clippers guard Jamal Crawford shares his thoughts about “The Last Dance” documentary and talks about one of his first meetings with Michael Jordan.
              The message driving the hard-working crew of the coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt is simple: It’s time to get back to work
              Today’s verdant pastures in eastern Germany were killing fields 75 years ago during World War II, with many soldiers buried without a trace.
              The world’s largest hornet, a 2-inch killer dubbed the “Murder Hornet” with an appetite for honey bees, has been found in Washington state, where entomologists were making plans to wipe it out.
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