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Craig Pittman / Washington Post:
Trump spreads a debunked conspiracy theory in tweets attacking MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, baselessly insinuating he was involved in the death of an associate
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Behind NYT's decision to feature a list of 1,000 COVID-19 victims on Sunday's print edition front page, with more inside, as the US nears 100,000 deaths
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Classical musicians who are turning to live-streaming due to COVID-19 are being targeted by bots claiming copyright for works of composers like Chopin and Bach
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