Julia Arciga, The Daily Beast

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Past articles by Julia:

Chicago Woman Shot Dead While Social Distancing in Line

Alexandria Baute was waiting to enter a 7-Eleven when she was shot and killed. → Read More

Rep. Neal Dunn Tests Positive for Coronavirus

The Florida Republican went to the emergency room three days ago after “not feeling well.” → Read More

Joint Chiefs Confirm COVID-19 Cases on Aircraft Carrier USS Nimitz

Vice chairman said there are a “very small” number of cases on the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier that is getting ready to deploy. → Read More

Linda Tripp, Who Turned Over Recordings in Clinton Sex Scandal, Dies at Age 70

“She fought on as hard as she could,” her son-in-law told the New York Post. → Read More

Joy Behar Plans to Leave ‘The View’ in 2022

“If I’m as fabulous in [2022] as I am now, I’ll think about. But the chances of that happening… You know, time marches on. I’m not a kid,” Behar told Variety. → Read More

House Committee to Probe Firing of Capt. Brett Crozier

After the acting Navy secretary apologized for a speech in which he called Crozier “stupid.” → Read More

J.K. Rowling Says She’s ‘Fully Recovered’ From COVID-19 Symptoms

The author said she’d experienced “all symptoms” of the virus over the “last 2 weeks.” → Read More

Capt. Brett Crozier Tests Positive for Coronavirus: NYT

Crozier was dismissed after penning a letter to Navy leadership that outlined his concerns of the virus spreading on the ship. → Read More

Capt. Brett Crozier Tests Positive for Coronavirus: NYT

Capt. Brett Crozier of the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus after he wrote a letter outlining his concerns of COVID-19 spreading on the ship and the Navy’s failures to properly address the matter.Two of Crozier’s Naval Academy classmates told The New York Times → Read More

Illinois Governor Said ‘Fewer People Would Die’ of Coronavirus If Federal Government Acted Earlier

“The president does not understand the word federal,” he said, blasting Trump for blaming states for being “totally unprepared” for COVID-19. → Read More

Gov. Andrew Cuomo: New York ‘Very Near the Apex’

Deaths and new hospitalizations over the past 24 hours were down slightly from the day before. → Read More

New York’s Javits Center Will Now Be Used for Coronavirus Patients

The convention center was originally going to be used for non-coronavirus patients to free up hospital space. → Read More

There Are Now At Least 1 Million Coronavirus Cases Worldwide

The number of confirmed cases have doubled since last week. → Read More

Connecticut Newborn Baby With Coronavirus Dies

The 6-week-old was taken to hospital unresponsive late last week and could not be resuscitated. → Read More

Nearly a Dozen Liberty University Students Sick With Coronavirus Symptoms After Falwell Reopened Campus

The evangelical school let 1,900 students back on campus last week. → Read More

‘Grim Sleeper’ Serial Killer, Lonnie Franklin Jr., Found Dead in Jail Cell

“They don’t know why he died,” a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokeswoman said. → Read More

Cruise Ship With Four Dead and Two Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Given OK to Dock in Florida

One U.S. citizen is reportedly among the dead on the Holland America cruise ship. → Read More

Rhode Island Plans to Track Down New Yorkers to Enforce Two-Week COVID-19 Quarantine

“Right now we have a pinpointed risk,” Governor Gina Raimondo said. “That risk is called New York City.” → Read More

Connecticut Doctor Arrested After Allegedly Coughing on, Hugging Nurses During Coronavirus Pandemic

Dr. Cory Edgar was charged with breach of the peace on Thursday. → Read More

U.S. Now Has Over 100,000 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases

The U.S. has had over 1,500 deaths, with the most deaths occurring in New York City. → Read More