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Attorneys: Watchdog Wants Coronavirus Scientist Reinstated Amid Probe

Rick Bright filed a complaint this week with the Office of Special Counsel, a government agency responsible for whistleblower complaints. Public Health Emergency via AP

toggle caution public Health Emergency via AP Tyson's Largest Pork Plant Reopens As Tests Show Surge In Coronavirus Cases

Vehicles sit in a near-empty parking lot outside the Tyson Foods plant in Waterloo, Iowa, on May 1. Charlie Neibergall/AP

toggle captionCharlie Neibergall/AP Coronavirus FAQs: Do Temperature Screenings Help? Can Mosquitoes Spread It?

Expect to see more forehead thermometers in workplaces and airports as a way to screen people for fever, which could be a sign of COVID-19. PeopleImages/Getty Images

toggle caption PeopleImages/Getty Images Seen 'Plandemic'? We Take A Close Look At The Viral Conspiracy Video's Claims

In 2011, Judy Mikovits was fired from the Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease, in Reno, Nev. She was then accused of stealing notebooks and a computer. David Calvert/AP

toggle caption David Calvert/AP Pence Spokeswoman Katie Miller Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Pence press secretary Katie Miller, with the chief of staff Marc Short in March, is the second person in the White House orbit to test positive for the virus this week. Bloomberg via Getty Images

toggle caption Bloomberg via Getty Images Haitian Doctor Says This Is The Worst Epidemic He's Faced

A busy market near the State Hospital in downtown Port-au-Prince. Despite a halt to air travel and other lockdown measures, Port-au-Prince looks as busy as ever, say observers. Pierre Michel Jean /AFP via Getty Images

toggle caption Pierre Michel Jean /AFP via Getty Images One For The History Books: 14.7% Unemployment, 20.5 Million Jobs Wiped Away Your Boss May Soon Track You At Work For Coronavirus Safety

Businesses need employees to feel safe returning to offices but plans to track their movements are raising fears about greater workplace surveillance. Getty Images

toggle caption Getty Images French Education Minister Says School Reopenings Will Be Done 'Very Progressively'

French Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer (left) and French President Emmanuel Macron participate in a video conference with mayors and directors of schools at the Pierre Ronsard elementary school in Poissy, west of Paris, on Tuesday. Ian Langsdon/Pool/AFP via Getty Images

toggle caption Ian Langsdon/Pool/AFP via Getty Images Google Says Most Of Its Employees Will Likely Work Remotely Through End of Year

Google announced some employees could return to company offices over the summer but said most of the tech giant’s employees would likely be allowed to work from home for the rest of the year. Michael Liedtke/AP

toggle caption Michael Liedtke/AP V-E Day: Europe Celebrates A Subdued 75th Anniversary During COVID-19 Pandemic

A 93-year-old veteran of World War II observes a moment of silence at the Cenotaph war memorial in London, where British residents — like much of Europe — marked a subdued 75th anniversary of V-E Day. Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images

toggle caption Daniela Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images Small, Private Colleges Get Boost From Coronavirus Relief FundsLA Johnson/NPR Lawmakers Want To Get Americans More Relief Money. Here's What They Propose

“For Sale By Owner” and “Closed Due to Virus” signs are displayed in the window of Images On Mack in Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. Congress is considering ways to help those struggling during the economic downturn and stabilize businesses hoping to reopen. Paul Sancya/AP

toggle caption Paulo Sancya/AP Riding 'The Mullet To Success': How Hot Country Knights Parodies The '90s

Hot Country Knights are Dierks Bentley’s loving parody of ’90s country. The band released its debut album The K Is Silent May 8. Jim Wright/Courtesy of the artist

toggle caption Jim Wright/Courtesy of the artist Judith Warner's New Book On Middle School Suggests It Doesn't Have To Be All Bad

And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School, by Judith Warner Crown

toggle captionCrown Supreme Court Puts Temporary Hold On Order To Release Redacted Mueller Materials

The Trump administration asked the Supreme Court to block Congress from seeking the materials, saying, “The government will suffer irreparable harm absent a stay.” Andrew Harnik/AP

toggle caption Andrew Harnik/AP As Hospitals Lose Revenue, More Than A Million Health Care Workers Lose Jobs

As part of a demonstration across from the White House on May 7, National Nurses United set out empty shoes for nurses who have died from COVID-19. The union is asking employers and the government to provide safe workplaces, including adequate staffing. Hospitals have been laying off and furloughing nurses due to lost revenue. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

toggle caption clip Somodevilla/Getty Images More Arrests Possible In The Killing Of Ahmaud Arbery, Georgia Investigators Say

Gregory McMichael and his son Travis McMichael have been charged with murder in the February shooting death of Ahmad Arbery, whom they had pursued in a truck after spotting him running in their neighborhood. Glynn County Detention Center via AP

toggle caption Glenn County Detention Center via AP Relief Payments To The Dead: Lawmakers Demand Answers From Treasury

Lawmakers are asking the Treasury Department and the IRS how many deceased people have received a coronavirus relief check from the government — and what the solution is. Eric Gay/AP

toggle caption Erich Gay/AP Former Georgia Police Officer And His Son Arrested In The Death Of Ahmaud Arbery

A cross with flowers and the letter “A” sits at the entrance to the Satilla Shores neighborhood where Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed. Sean Rayford/Getty Images

toggle caption Seann Rayford/Getty Images The Coronavirus Is Mutating. That's Normal. Does That Mean It's More Dangerous?

This image made by a scanning electron micrograph shows SARS-COV-2 virus particles (colorized pink) from a patient sample. There are various studies looking at changes to the virus genome — and the possible impact on how the virus affects humans. NIAID/NIH

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