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Ben Carson Says He Was 'Desperately Ill' With The Coronavirus

Ben Carson Says He Was 'Desperately Ill' With The Coronavirus

Ben Carson Says He Was 'Desperately Ill' With The Coronavirus : Coronavirus Updates The secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development says in a Facebook post that he credits monoclonal antibody treatments with helping him recover from COVID-19.Dustin JonesBen Carson, secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, took to on Friday to report he has been "extremely sick" with the coronavirus. But Carson, one of several individuals in the Trump administration who recently , said the worst is behind him. Carson said his initial symptoms were light, but then he...

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White House Orders Thousands Of U.S. Troops Withdrawn From Afghanistan And Iraq

White House Orders Thousands Of U.S. Troops Withdrawn From Afghanistan And Iraq

White House Orders Thousands Of U.S. Troops Withdrawn From Afghanistan And Iraq The American troop presence will decline in Afghanistan from 4,500 to 2,500, and in Iraq from 3,000 to 2,500. Senior military leaders reportedly oppose the move.Dustin JonesThe White House will bring home 2,500 troops from Afghanistan and Iraq by the end of the year against the guidance of top military officials, a drawdown order that reduces the American presence by about a third, from 4,500 to 2,500 in Afghanistan and 3,000 to 2,500 in Iraq, according to a U.S. official. NPR's Tom Bowman reported the move is...

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Navajo Nation Combats A New 'Monster': Coronavirus

Navajo Nation Combats A New 'Monster': Coronavirus

Navajo Nation Combats A New 'Monster': Coronavirus Navajo Nation works to contain the coronavirus, in part by loosening restrictions, but also warning about the dangers of upcoming holidays.Dustin JonesThe Navajo Nation experienced its first wave of the coronavirus in May 2020. Like other American communities, its success in containing the virus has been mixed, with the latest advisory from the Nation's government of "uncontrolled spread" in 34 Navajo communities. "We took our ability to govern ourselves seriously as a sovereign nation," told NPR, regarding the early steps to keep people...

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