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FCC proposes telehealth project in fight against COVID-19


Coronavirus outbreak forces fast food franchises to ask government for help


Cambensy responds to passage of $125M coronavirus funding package


Rep. Cambensy works with GOP on new road spending plan


Gov. Whitmer endorses Joe Biden


Lawmakers discuss growing concerns about the coronavirus


Blocked pipeline case lands in Supreme Court


Governors discuss key issues in the nation's capital


Family issues, immigration among topics in State of the Union address


WATCH LIVE: Gov. Whitmer to give State of the State address


Stabenow on Whitmer giving Democratic response: I'm really happy


Gov. Whitmer to deliver Democrats' SOTU response


New turn for Women's March as movement looks to keep momentum


Marianne Williamson suspends her presidential campaign


Julian Castro suspends Democratic presidential campaign for President


UPDATED: Whitmer vetoes keep deer baiting ban, road commission contract rules in place


Rx drug bill faces uncertain future even as reform passes the House


Winning for Women: Republicans invest in electing more congresswomen in 2020


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Health care workers see wave of infection coming in their ranks

States like Ohio and Minnesota are already seeing an uptick in COVID-19 cases among front-line health care workers.

Man who said he has coronavirus attempts 'suicide by cop,' police say

The man is overweight, has diabetes and thought he was going to die, a New York Police Department official said. "He wanted the cops to shoot and kill him."

One nursing home offers grim advice: Take your loved ones home

Coronavirus cases are increasing so rapidly that one New York nursing home CEO is advising families to take their loved ones home if possible.

This county of 560,000 has no health department. Republicans said it didn't need one.

The GOP, which ran Delaware County for years, balked at creating an agency that is now vitally needed, experts say.

Kobe Bryant's book 'The Wizenard Series: Season One' released

"We hope you are all ready to catch up with the West Bottom Badgers for another magical basketball season," Vanessa Bryant said in an Instagram post.