COVID-19 threatens MLB season — CBC News: The National | July 27, 2020

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Just four days opening day, there are concerns COVID-19 could steal the Major League Baseball season. A finance committee will hear from key players in the WE Charity controversy this week — including the prime minister. Plus, what science is learning about COVID-19 and kids.

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