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U.S. Hospitals Hit By Financial 'Triple Whammy' During Coronavirus Pandemic

The CEO and president of the American Hospital Association says members are losing billions due to the cost of treating COVID-19, the rise in uninsured and loss of revenue from elective procedures.

Jo Writes Alexandre Desplat

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U.S. Hospitals Hit By Financial 'Triple Whammy' During Coronavirus Pandemic

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Summer Sun Jukebox the Ghost
Time Will Tell Arms and Sleepers

A global pandemic is challenging the way strategists are looking at the 2020 congressional elections. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Coronavirus Scrambles 2020 Fight For Congress

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No Sleep Grieves & Paris Alexa
Mizu
Orages ordinaires Sai Dew
Pan's Labyrinth Lullaby (Nana del Laberinto del Fauno) Original Soundtrack
San Junipero (Saturday Night in the City of the Dead) Clint Mansell
Classy Penguin The Books
Is It Too Much Ra Ra Riot
00:26 Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm

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Doctors Bring Coronavirus Testing To Underserved Communities

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Hell on Earth (Front Lines) Mobb Deep

Lucinda Williams sees her new album Good Souls Better Angels as part of a long line of political country music. "Go back and listen to Woody Guthrie. It is my job, as far as I'm concerned," she says. Danny Clinch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'I Get Angry, Too': Lucinda Williams On Her Politically Charged New Album

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Visions of Old Kelsey Lu

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