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When he worked at a hospital in downtown Los Angeles, Dr.

Why is the coronavirus deadly for so many African Americans in LA?

When he worked at a hospital in downtown Los Angeles, Dr.

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While sheriffs across the state debate early release to avoid a jail epidemic, inmates say conditions are unsanitary.

Like a Petri dish for the virus: Tens of thousands of California inmates are at risk

While sheriffs across the state debate early release to avoid a jail epidemic, inmates say conditions are unsanitary.

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Prosecutors in one Arizona county have a new tactic in fighting the war against drug cartels – they’re targeting teenagers.

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