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Supreme Court greenlights "public charge" immigration ruleThe high court allowed U.S. officials to implement a sweeping rule that critics warn will shut America's doors to low-income immigrants and people of color. The merits of the case will continue to be argued in lower courts.
Dow down another 460 points on China virus fearsEmerging impact of China's coronavirus on overseas travel and business wipes out the Dow's gains so far for 2020.
Fear mounts as deadly new coronavirus spreads fasterThe coronavirus outbreak that started in central China has left at least 81 people dead and infected thousands.
Who is Prince Andrew, the U.K. royal linked to the Epstein case?A number of scandals have surrounded the royal's friendship with billionaire sex offender Epstein, who was found dead in his New York jail cell
Holocaust survivor visits Auschwitz for first time since camp's liberationMonday marks 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland, the largest Nazi death camp. Around 200 Holocaust survivors are expected to be honored guests at a place where they were once sent to die. Mark Phillips spoke with a 91-year-old survivor who hasn't talked about what happened to him in the camp until now.
Wuhan citizens "freaking out" over coronavirus, American stranded in city saysThe U.S. government is racing to evacuate Americans from Wuhan, China, where the deadly coronavirus outbreak began. The virus has now killed more than 81 people in China. Ramy Inocencio spoke with one American stranded in the city, who said citizens are "freaking out a little bit more than normal."