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Traffic Is Way Down Because Of Lockdown, But Air Pollution? Not So Much

Car traffic took a big dip beginning in late March, and headlines celebrated clean air around the U.S. But an NPR analysis of EPA data tells a more troubling story.

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Amarillo Mayor: New Testing Data Will Help Track Spread As Rest Of Texas Reopens

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COVID-19 Hits Veterans Homes, VA Says New Home-Care Program Still Months Off.

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