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How Doctors Stay Safe Battling Coronavirus | WSJ

Healthcare workers who treat the new coronavirus wear personal protective equipment, or PPE, designed to prevent exposure to infectious materials. Here’s how the equipment works, and why it’s crucial in the battle against the epidemic. Photo: Getty Images More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ Video …

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Deontay Wilder booed at weigh-in before Tyson Fury fight

Deontay Wilder received a hostile reception at the weigh-in before his world heavyweight title fight against Tyson Fury. Vegas crowd dominated by British fans loudly booed the American WBC heavyweight title holder and chanted in support of his challenger Fury v Wilder II: Fighters unveil bulked-up physiques on eve of …

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The Risks and Rewards of Mobile Voting, Explained | WSJ

Being able to vote on our phones would make the process faster, easier and more accessible for most. But it also introduces new privacy and security concerns. Is mobile voting inevitable or inherently unsafe? Photo: Storyblocks More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ Video Center: On …

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How Presidential Debates Transformed Over Time | WSJ

Televised presidential debates have been a mainstay of modern American politics for the past sixty years. In this video, Wall Street Journal Executive Washington Editor Jerry Seib breaks down how they’ve changed over time and what we can expect in 2020. Photo: Elise Amendola/AP More from the Wall Street Journal: …

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Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury shove and taunt each other before rematch

The pleasantries that have marked the buildup to the hotly anticipated rematch between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury were swept aside during the final press conference before Saturday’s fight. After a five-minute staredown between the fighters descended into a shoving match, Wilder targeted Fury’s public battles with addiction and bipolar …

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