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138,899,975
Confirmed
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111,656,390
Recovered
Updated on April 15, 2021 8:32 am
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2,987,155
Deaths
Updated on April 15, 2021 8:32 am

Global Statistics

All countries
138,899,975
Confirmed
Updated on April 15, 2021 8:32 am
All countries
111,656,390
Recovered
Updated on April 15, 2021 8:32 am
All countries
2,987,155
Deaths
Updated on April 15, 2021 8:32 am
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Stonehenge mystery solved: Scientists work out where huge stones came from

The huge stones at Stonehenge in Southern England came from just 15.5 miles away, according to new research.Most of the sarsens, or sandstone boulders, came from West Woods in the English county of Wiltshire, researchers explain, citing the chemical composition of the stones. The sarsens are up to 30 feet tall and can weigh as much…

Cofounder Of Conservative Federalist Society Calls For President Trump To Be Impeached

TOPLINE Steven Calabresi, cofounder of the conservative Federalist Society, called for a second impeachment inquiry into President Trump in a New York Times opinion piece on Thursday after a tweet earlier in the day from Trump where he falsely characterized mail-in voting and proposed the delay of the 2020 presidential election in November, which the…

Evan McCullers, Steve Bullock aide, fired over racist, sexist tweets

HELENA, Mont. — An aide to Montana Gov. Steve Bullock’s senate campaign was fired Thursday after a history of racist, sexist and homophobic tweets surfaced. Evan McCullers, who joined the Bullock campaign in June as deputy press secretary, sent a series of offensive tweets between 2012 and 2014, when he was in high school and…

Prosecutor: No charges for officer in Michael Brown’s death

The August 2014 police shooting touched off months of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, and made the St. Louis suburb synonymous with a national debate over police treatment of minorities. The Ferguson unrest helped solidify the national Black Lives Matter movement that began after Trayvon Martin, a Black 17-year-old, was shot to death in Florida in…

New Orleans Pelicans, Utah Jazz players kneel during national anthem prior to league’s restart

The NBA is finally back -- and ahead of the first game of the league's restart, players from both teams joined coaches and referees to kneel during the national anthem.The league had to shift to a bubble format in Orlando, Fla., due to the coronavirus pandemic, and in the aftermath of the nationwide protests, following…
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Grand Jury Deliberations in Breonna Taylor Case Will Be Released

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A Once-in-a-Century Climate ‘Anomaly’ Might Have Made World War I Even Deadlier

(John Finney Photography/Moment/Getty Images) An abnormally bad season of weather may have had a significant impact on the death toll from both World War I and the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, according to new research, with many more lives being lost due to torrential rain and plummeting temperatures. Through a detailed analysis of an ice…