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2020年美國,指的是美國2020年的時局變化。

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• 2020年1月8日, 美国作家、演员以及电视导演巴克·亨利因突发性心肌梗塞,病逝于洛杉矶一家医学中心,享寿89岁。[306]

• 2020年1月19日,美国的爵士乐萨克斯管演奏家,作曲家吉米·希斯病逝,享寿93岁。[307]

• 2020年1月26日, 美国洛杉矶湖人队球星科比·布莱恩特,于1月26日在一次直升机事故中罹难,终年41岁。[308]

• 2020年1月31日, 爱尔兰美国悬疑小说家玛丽·希金斯·克拉克病逝,享寿92岁。[309]

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  122. ^ Jobless claims soar past 3 million to record as coronavirus sends Americans to the unemployment line. CNBC. 2020-03-26. 
  123. ^ Estados Unidos acusó de narcoterrorismo a Nicolás Maduro y ofreció USD 15 millones por datos que lleven a su arresto. Infobae. 2020-03-26 [2020-03-28]. 
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  127. ^ U.S. dairy farmers dump milk as pandemic upends food markets. Reuters. 2020-04-04 [2020-04-06]. 
  128. ^ FCC mandates strict caller ID authentication to beat back robocalls. TechCrunch. 2020-03-31 [2020-04-06]. 
  129. ^ Trump: US to deploy anti-drug Navy ships near Venezuela. AP NEWS. 2020-04-01 [2020-04-06]. 
  130. ^ West Virginia governor's coal companies to pay $5M in fines. AP NEWS. 2020-04-01 [2020-04-06]. 
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  136. ^ US election 2020: Bernie Sanders suspends presidential campaign. BBC News. 2020-04-08 [2020-04-08]. 
  137. ^ Bernie Sanders drops out of presidential race. NBC News. 2020-04-08 [2020-04-08]. 
  138. ^ Virus Sparks Prison Riot, Hits More WA Long-Term Care Homes. U.S. News. 2020-04-09. 
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  146. ^ 5 million more people filed jobless claims last week, bringing total to almost 22 million in one month. NBC News. 2020-04-06. 
  147. ^ Trump unveils phased approach to reopening economy. Associated Press. 2020-04-16. 
  148. ^ Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says schools to remain closed for rest of academic year but eases some coronavirus restrictions. The Dallas Morning News. 2020-04-17. 
  149. ^ Visitors cheer as Jacksonville beaches reopen. News4Jax. 2020-04-17. 
  150. ^ Oil prices fall to historic lows. The Guardian. 2020-04-20 [2020-04-20]. 
  151. ^ Missouri Sues China, Communist Party Over The Coronavirus Pandemic. NPR. 2020-04-21 [2020-04-29]. 
  152. ^ Bipartisan Senate report reaffirms intelligence findings that Russia meddled in 2016 elections. The Hill. 2020-04-21 [2020-04-22]. 
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  156. ^ Trump signs huge new economic relief spending package. news.yahoo.com. [2020-04-26]. 
  157. ^ Pentagon officially releases UFO videos. CNN. 2010-04-27 [2020-04-27]. 
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  159. ^ Oliviera, Nelson. U.S. set to become first country with 1 million reported coronavirus cases. NY Daily News. 2020-04-27 [2020-04-28]. 
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  161. ^ Armed protesters enter Michigan's state capitol to demand end to coronavirus lockdown. ABC News. 2020-04-30 [2020-05-01]. 
  162. ^ NASA Names Companies to Develop Human Landers for Artemis Moon Missions. NASA. 2020-04-30 [2020-05-01]. 
  163. ^ FDA grants remdesivir emergency use authorization for COVID-19. NBC News. 2020-05-01 [2020-05-01]. 
  164. ^ Lovelace, Jr., Berkeley; Feuer, William. Gilead gets emergency FDA authorization for remdesivir to treat coronavirus, Trump says. CNBC. 2020-05-01 [2020-05-01]. 
  165. ^ CNN, Adam Levy. Joe Biden wins Kansas Democratic primary. CNN. [2020-05-04]. 
  166. ^ US bracing for invasion of monster hornets. news.yahoo.com. [2020-05-04]. 
  167. ^ AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case. AP NEWS. 2020-05-07 [2020-05-07]. 
  168. ^ Coronavirus: US unemployment claims hit 33.3 million amid virus. BBC News. 2020-05-07 [2020-05-07]. 
  169. ^ Nearly 2K former DOJ officials call for AG Barr to resign over Flynn case. ABC News. 2020-05-11 [2020-05-12]. 
  170. ^ Coleman, Justine. Manafort released to home confinement due to coronavirus concerns. TheHill. 2020-05-13 [2020-05-18]. 
  171. ^ Vegas-Reno highway cracked, closed after 6.5 quake in Nevada. Herald Mail Media. 2020-05-15 [2020-05-15]. 
  172. ^ Senate Intel Submits Fifth and Final Volume in Russia Investigation for Declassification Review. Mark R. Warner. 2020-05-15 [2020-05-18]. 
  173. ^ Tropical Storm Arthur forms off Florida, becoming the first named storm of the season. news.yahoo.com. [2020-05-16]. 
  174. ^ 11 firefighters hurt in downtown L.A. explosion that caused fires at several buildings. Los Angeles Times. 2020-05-17 [2020-05-18]. 
  175. ^ Massive fire at condominium complex on South Padre Island, Texas. NBC News. [2020-05-17]. 
  176. ^ FBI: Pensacola gunman prodded by al Qaeda to attack. NBC News. [2020-05-19]. 
  177. ^ Tracking The Pandemic: How Quickly Is The Coronavirus Spreading State By State?. NPR.org. [2020-05-19]. 
  178. ^ Thousands evacuate area in Michigan after two dams fail and governor warns one city could see 9 feet of water. CNN.com. [2020-05-20]. 
  179. ^ CBO projects 38% drop in GDP, $2.1 trillion increase in the deficit. MSN. 2020-05-19 [2020-05-20]. 
  180. ^ Deese, Kaelan. Florida man who spit, coughed on police officers after claiming to have the coronavirus indicted on federal terrorism charges. TheHill. 2020-05-23 [2020-05-23]. 
  181. ^ Twitter labeled Trump tweets with a fact check for the first time. CNN. [2020-05-27]. 
  182. ^ 'I can't breathe': Man dies after pleading with officer during Minneapolis detainment. NBC News. [2020-05-28]. 
  183. ^ Trump threatens to shut down social media companies. BBC News. 2020-05-27 [2020-05-27]. 
  184. ^ US passes 100,000 coronavirus deaths as states relax lockdown measures. The Guardian. 2020-05-28 [2020-05-28]. 
  185. ^ U.S coronavirus deaths top 100,000. www.msn.com. [2020-05-27]. 
  186. ^ George Floyd protest turns deadly; Minneapolis mayor requests National Guard. NBC News. [2020-05-28]. 
  187. ^ Activists call for murder charges in George Floyd's death. But they're rare against police.. NBC News. [2020-05-28]. 
  188. ^ Trump signs executive order targeting Twitter after fact-checking row. BBC News. 2020-05-28 [2020-05-29]. 
  189. ^ Pelosi Statement on Trump Social Media Executive Order. Speaker.gov. 2020-05-28 [2020-05-29]. 
  190. ^ Governor Walz Signs Executive Order Activating National Guard to Protect the People of Minnesota. Office of Governor Tim Walz. 2020-05-28 [2020-05-29]. 
  191. ^ Twitter hides Trump tweet for 'glorifying violence'. BBC News. 2020-05-29 [2020-05-29]. 
  192. ^ George Floyd death: Ex-officer charged with murder in Minneapolis. BBC News. 2020-05-29 [2020-05-29]. 
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  194. ^ Questions arise over masked white man with umbrella seen calmly smashing windows before Minneapolis riots. The Independent. 2020-05-29 [2020-05-30]. 
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