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Coronavirus: Influential study on hydroxychloroquine withdrawn Image copyright Getty Images An influential article that found hydroxychloroquine increases the risk of death in coronavirus patients has been retracted over data concerns. Three of the study's authors said they could not longer vouch for its veracity because Surgisphere, a healthcare firm behind the data, would not allow an independent review of its dataset. What the fight between Biden and Trump over China means for the 2020 election National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci says there is 'no doubt' we will see new coronavirus cases as the country reopens. (April 28) AP Domestic With more than 1 million Americans known to have coronavirus, and polling showing a negative shift in Americans' attitudes toward China, the presidential candidates have ramped up attacks on each others' records related to the global superpower. For President Donald Trump, the focus on former Vice President Joe Biden's record on China comes as he fights off criticism of his administration's response to the growing coronavirus pandemic.

George Floyd: Five pieces of context to understand the protests Image copyright AFP For more than a week, protests have shaken cities across the US following the death of a black man in police custody. George Floyd, 46, was arrested in the city of Minneapolis on 25 May for allegedly using counterfeit money to buy a pack of cigarettes. He died after a white police officer kneeled on his neck for nearly nine minutes, while he pleaded that he could not breathe. eu.usatoday Here are the supplies you need to make a cup of coffee just like Starbucks and Dunkin. USA TODAY Starbucks is extending its free coffee giveaway for first responders and health care workers serving on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Through May 31, “any customer who identifies as a first responder or front-line worker supporting the health care industry” will receive a free tall brewed coffee, either hot or iced, the coffee giant announced Thursday. The offer is for police officers, firefighters, paramedics, doctors, nurses, hospital and medical staff and researchers, Starbucks said. Since initially announcing the initiative on March 25, Starbucks says it has served more than 1 million cups of free coffee to the essential workers in the U.S. and Canada.

George Floyd: Videos of police brutality during protests shock US Media playback is unsupported on your device Several videos of police brutality have emerged during protests over the death of African American George Floyd. In Buffalo, New York State, two officers were suspended after they were seen shoving an elderly white man to the ground. And in New York City, police were captured on video roughly handling demonstrators as they ran away. 'It's going to be around a long time': What we've learned from the first discovered COVID-19 cases These individuals, from six to 95-year-old, fought the coronavirus and won. USA TODAY They both died in their homes in February, several days before COVID-19 was known to have killed anyone in the U.S.