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Official Says Defiant Michigan Barbershop Is Health Threat
Online Divisions: Twitter, Facebook Diverge on Trump's Words
Officials See Extremist Groups, Disinformation in Protests

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Online Divisions: Twitter, Facebook Diverge on Trump's Words

Official Says Defiant Michigan Barbershop Is Health Threat

By Barbara Ortutay |
President Donald Trump posted identical messages on Twitter and Facebook this week. The two social media platforms dealt with Trump's posts very differently.

Could Antibody Injections Fight COVID-19?

Could Antibody Injections Fight COVID-19?

Jun 1
To stop the spread of COVID-19, billions of people will need to have antibodies to protect against the new coronavirus. How can we isolate and produce neutralizing antibodies in large enough quantities to serve everyone who needs them?

In Virus-Hit South Korea, AI Monitors Lonely Elders

In Virus-Hit South Korea, AI Monitors Lonely Elders

By Kim Tong-Hyung | Jun 1
Tech firms could potentially find much bigger markets for their artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies.

Online Divisions: Twitter, Facebook Diverge on Trump's Words

Online Divisions: Twitter, Facebook Diverge on Trump's Words

By Barbara Ortutay | Jun 1
President Donald Trump posted identical messages on Twitter and Facebook this week. The two social media platforms dealt with Trump's posts very differently.

Mass Gatherings, Erosion of Trust Upend Coronavirus Control

Mass Gatherings, Erosion of Trust Upend Coronavirus Control

By Mike Stobbe | Jun 1
Protests erupting across the nation over the past week — and law enforcement's response to them — are threatening to upend efforts by health officials to track and contain COVID-19.

Mississippi Mayor Apologizes for Tweets on George Floyd

Mississippi Mayor Apologizes for Tweets on George Floyd

Jun 1
A white Mississippi mayor who caused an outrage with his tweets about the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has apologized but says he won't resign.