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Full hospitals, talk of rationing care: New wave of coronavirus cases strains resources

New reported infections nationwide surpassed 80,000 for the first time ever Friday and again Saturday, as hospitalizations push past 40,000 and daily death tolls begin to climb.

From coronavirus to race to the economy, Wisconsin is a microcosm of the forces roiling America

The state may be the tipping point in the presidential election, and deservedly so.

‘Do something. Do something!’

Mary Jo Copeland, on choosing decency over anxiety and fear.
A mother’s fight to save a Black, mentally ill 11-year-old boy in a time of a pandemic and rising racial unrest.
Both states experienced some problems during primary voting, but both feature significant voter enthusiasm.
Law enforcement officials say they are doing more planning and preparation for an unusually fraught election.
Friday’s tally of 78,752 and counting comes as many states break their records for new infections and see surging hospitalizations.
According to federal officials, Alexander Hillel Treisman ended up at a Wendy’s within four miles of Biden’s home in Delaware and penned a checklist that ended with one word: “execute.”
William Wu of Shrewsbury, Mass., started the website when his sister left for college.
The "Late Show with Stephen Colbert" host said the highlight of the night was that he would “never have to watch Donald Trump debate ever again.”
"I had people showing up on my front porch telling me, ‘Absolutely not — you have to decorate this year, and we’re going to help you,’ ” said Crystal Conover, whose 13-year-old son was hit by a car on Halloween 2011.
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“I just remember being petrified to the point of tears,” Victoria Brown, who is Black and witnessed the incident, told the Arkansas Times this week.
The apparent attempt to persuade the trailer park’s residents to vote for Trump is hardly the only spat between landlords and renters over the election.
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