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Will the US ever have a national COVID-19 testing strategy?

Such a strategy could systematically check more people for infections and spot surges before they take off.

Black Lives Matter flag becomes issue in Florida community

The country’s racial divisions aren’t just flaring up in city streets, they are also outside our front doors.

Playing through pandemic predictably frustrating

It is all very frustrating, and especially disappointing for players asked to follow a litany of rules.

The colorful homeland of Laelanie Larach infuses her work

Tropics of Honduras inspire the vibrant art of Laelanie Larach whose style depends on her mood and inspiration.

Green jacket fits as well in November as in April

The Augusta National course that ended up playing a lot easier in November than it ever did in April.

Obesity harms the body in real time, not just over a lifetime

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust the obesity epidemic once again into the spotlight.

Sports has reason to be proud, but can’t be one-off

Sports has every reason to be proud. Now comes the tough part. Making sure it’s not a one-off.

VoteCast: Florida voters sour on state of nation

AP VoteCast found that 57% of Florida voters said the United States is headed in the wrong direction.

Panhandle shorebirds thrive in aftermath of Hurricane Sally

Destroyed wild plants, the pearly smooth sand: perfect nesting for the region’s shorebirds.

Pinellas County is one to watch on election night

As one of the largest counties in the state, is one of those places likely to track the final outcome.

Puerto Rico, unable to vote, becomes crucial to US election

The candidates are targeting Puerto Rico in a way never before seen.

Trump’s diagnosis shows US vulnerability to the coronavirus

Eight months after the virus first reached the US, worrying signals mount of what’s ahead.

Ginsburg’s death could reshape the presidential campaign

Her death could reshape the election at a moment when some Americans were beginning to cast ballots.

As MLB plays on, the businesses it feeds fight for survival

The bars and restaurants around the cathedrals of baseball lie empty.

In Trump’s America, truths are not self-evident

In Trump’s America, we no longer hold some truths to be self-evident.

Vaccine by Nov. 3? Halted study explains just how unlikely

AstraZeneca has put on hold studies of its vaccine candidate in the U.S. and other countries.

Confusion over eviction ban led to selective enforcement

What a two-month investigation by the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism found out.

Damage from whopper hurricanes rising for many reasons

The list of recent whoppers like Harvey, Irma, Maria, Florence, Michael, and Dorian, keeps growing.

Analysis: Drive to beat Trump unites Democrats behind Biden

Fierce opposition to Trump is uniting a wide swath of the American electorate around Biden.

A growing list: Trump associates ensnared in legal troubles

A look at other cases involving President Donald Trump's associates.

Art So Good It’s Criminal: Shirley Henderson’s Courtroom Illustrations

Henderson is a painter, courtroom illustrator, and arts educator.

Museum of Graffiti: A visit to street art past and present

The artists on display in the Museum are an integral part of the history of this art movement.

Here’s how Trump’s opposition to mail voting hurts the GOP

Republicans in the critical battleground state now find themselves far behind Democrats.

Mounting virus cases spark concern in Florida nursing homes

The numbers are already showing the grim reality and the impact on the most vulnerable.

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