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  1. Trump's touting of unproven COVID-19 drug is unusual. We'll soon see if he's right


    It's unusual for an elected leader to promote unproven medicine. But Donald Trump, a norm-smashing U.S. president facing the political fight of his life, is all-in on a malaria drug as a possible treatment for COVID-19. Now, a global race is on to test the drug — and the wisdom of Trump's move.

  2. Canada OKs travel vouchers for cancelled flights while U.S. and EU say passengers deserve a refund


    While the Canadian Transportation Agency states airlines only have to offer travel vouchers for cancelled flights during the COVID-19 pandemic, both the European Union and the U.S. have declared that passengers are entitled to cash refunds.

  3. 'I'm not abandoning my wife and child': Families fight to stick together in COVID-19 pandemic

    Robert and Angelica Turner

    A mother stuck in India begs the Canadian government to be reunited with her children in Quebec. An Ontario man refuses to abandon his pregnant wife in Peru. Couples navigate border closures, flight cancellations and immigration delays in their bid to stay together during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  4. U.S. records deadliest day yet in coronavirus crisis

    Virus Outbreak New York

    New York recorded the single greatest one-day jump in deaths from COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus, but the state's governor pointed to signs that the state may be reaching a plateau in its wrenching efforts to limit the damage caused by the pandemic.

  5. Boris Johnson is stable and 'in good spirits,' British PM's office says


    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson remained in stable condition in intensive care after suffering a deterioration of his COVID-19 symptoms, and is in good spirits, his spokesperson said Tuesday.