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Russia rushes vaccine
Aug. 11, 2020
The Russians say they have a COVID-19 vaccine ready for general use, though it hasn't finished phase three testing yet. Meanwhile, globally, the number of COVID-19 cases tops 20 million, The New York Times reports.

Montana Democratic test case
July 27, 2020
The race in Montana between Democrat Steve Bullock and Republican Steve Daines is a model for how the Democrats might retake the US Senate, The New York Times reports.

Butte COVIDential: Seven new cases
July 26, 2020
Butte-Silver Bow has discovered seven new cases of COVID-19 since July 18, reported Karen Sullivan, the county's health officer.
Among those infected are two women in their twenties, a man in his twenties, a man in his thirties, and two men in their fifties. A man in his sixties has also acquired the virus.,
The two women in their twenties were confirmed contacts of others who have been infected. The man in thirties and one of the men in his fifties have also had contact with confirmed cases.
The health department still searched for the cause of infection in one of the men in his fifties, the man in his twenties, and the man in his sixties, Sullivan noted.
The department continues to investigate, the health officer wrote.

Leaf blowers employed in Portland tear gas battle
July 26, 2020
A brigade of "leaf blower dads" have fired up their lawn implements to disperse tear gas deployed by federal agents during protests in Portland, Ore, the Washington Post reports. Fox News noted that federal agents have taken to the same tactic.

Protests spread from Portland to other American cities
July 26, 2020
On Saturday, protesters in other American cities came out in support of the protests in Portland, Ore. Injuries and at least one death have occurred, the New York Times reports.
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