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President Donald Trump speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House, Friday, May 29, 2020, in Washington. From left with Trump are, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro, White House national security adviser Robert O'Brien, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

AP FACT CHECK: Trump vs. Twitter on truth and consequences

- Associated Press

This Thursday, May 14, 2020 photo shows Specialist Scott Eubanks puts a box of food in the car at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank food distribution, in Cleveland. The Ohio Army and Air Guard saw its mission expand several times in the past three months. It now has three primary coronavirus missions: food distribution, security staffing and medical help in prisons, and collection of personal protective equipment. On Monday it adds a fourth: spreading out across the state to expand testing in nursing homes to all staff. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

Groceries, not guns: Guard challenge includes misinformation

- Associated Press

This Friday, May 22, 2020 photo shows Eric Worden in his studio in Norfolk, Va. Worden started inviting students as guest broadcasters on his morning show to give them something special to do while schools are closed for the coronavirus pandemic. The segment has become more popular than he imagined. (Sara Gregory/The Virginian-Pilot via AP)

Virginia DJ gives students their moment to shine on air

- Associated Press

In this Tuesday, May 26, 2020 photo, Virginia James wavea as decorated cars go by during her a parade to celebrate her 100th birthday outside RoseWood Village in Charlottesville, Va. Her family had planned a big 100 years birthday celebration which was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Erin Edgerton/The Daily Progress via AP)

Convoy brings 100th birthday greetings to Virginia woman

- Associated Press

In this March 19, 2020 photo, Henry Stokloas has his blood pressure check during a routine visit to Dr. William Funk's primary care practice in Newark, Del., by nurse Sharon Cormier, who wears a protective mask at all times while treating patients. As the coronavirus continues to alter almost every aspect of life in Delaware, health care is no exception. Hospitals have reported significant financial losses. Practitioners are using telemedicine more than ever. And fewer patients are seeking health care. (Jennifer Corbett/The News Journal via AP)

Will the pandemic change the Delaware health care landscape?

- Associated Press

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