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Inside the extraordinary effort to save Trump from covid-19

An excerpt from the book “Nightmare Scenario” details how Trump’s illness was far more severe than the White House acknowledged. Advisers thought it would alter his pandemic response. They were wrong.

By Damian Paletta and Yasmeen Abutaleb   Read more »

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Stem cell research to the rescue.

 

Trump aides feared he 'wouldn't make it out of Walter Reed' during his COVID battle and urged the FDA head to cut corners and allow him 'compassionate use' of an experimental drug when his oxygen levels plummeted, book claims 

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White House officials feared President Trump would not survive COVID-19, according to a new book that details the efforts made by aides to cut corners in accessing experimental drugs.

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Florida fire teams worked through the night in hopes of finding survivors in the Miami-area building collapse that has left nearly 100 people unaccounted for. Officials fear the death toll may skyrocket as they dig into the rubble of the 12-story tower.
 
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"Pay them more!"
 
That's President Joe Biden's message to businesses concerned about finding people to work for them in this time of labor shortages as the nation begins its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
 
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Taliban gains in northern Afghanistan have driven a worried government to resurrect militias with a track record of fomenting chaos and widespread killing. Minority ethnic groups drove the Taliban from power there nearly 20 years ago.

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Samuel L. Jackson, Elaine May and Liv Ullmann will receive honorary Oscars and Danny Glover will receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the untelevised Governors Awards in January, held two months before the main Academy Awards ceremony.
 
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