New York times - 13/05/2021 20:33  

More Scientists Urge Broad Inquiry Into Coronavirus Origins

Researchers urge an open mind, saying lack of evidence leaves theories of natural spillover and laboratory leak both viable.

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The president is in Cornwall, England, to meet with other leaders of wealthy democracies. [Read more]
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The standstill in Washington has left many Democrats feeling impatient, a new poll suggests. [Read more]
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Using a Supreme Court ruling as its guide, the department issued guidance that discrimination against gay and transgender students was prohibited under the 1972 law. [Read more]
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Paul, the Phoenix Suns guard, could miss at least a part of the Western Conference finals. [Read more]