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Russia Wants to Team Up With U.S. to 'Fight Against' Coronavirus Pandemic
Amid back-to-back calls with President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin is seeking to pool international efforts to battle COVID-19.
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Trump Approval Rating Slumps Amid Coronavirus Fallout
Following a brief spike in the president's approval ratings, more than half of Americans now say they disapprove of Trump's job performance.
Harvey Weinstein charged with another sex crime in Los Angeles County
Another felony sex-crime charge has been added to the four already pending against Harvey Weinstein in Los Angeles County.
Freda Obeng-Ampofo speaks to CNN
Freda Obeng-Ampofo, an entrepreneur in Ghana, talks to CNN about how the global coronavirus pandemic has impacted her business.
Why There Are So Many Different Guidelines For Face Masks For The Public
Some agencies and places urged or required people to use face coverings in public early on. Others dismissed the coverings as ineffective, then revised their stance. Why the differences?
New jobs, new homes, new babies: Some feel guilty about celebrating right now. But should they?
With thousands dying from COVID-19 and scores of Americans losing their jobs, many are hesitant to share news of engagements and job promotions.
Sheep farmer goes viral after shearing own hair during coronavirus lockdown
An Irish sheep farmer has gone viral during the coronavirus pandemic — for shearing his own hair. “That’s the last time that’ll blow in the wind for a while,” Donie Anderson, who lives in the Dublin Mountains, said in a video he posted on Facebook. Barbers have closed shop during the outbreak, but that is...
Christina Anstead talks co-parenting with ex-husband Tarak El Moussa amid the coronavirus pandemic
“Flip or Flop” star Christina Anstead is opening up about how she and ex-husband Tarek El Moussa are successfully co-parenting their two kids, even as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic forces people to practice social distancing.
Bar owner removes dollar bills from walls to pay staff during coronavirus
The owner of The Sand Bar on Tybee Island, Georgia, recently removed $3,714 in dollar bills customers stapled to the walls over the years. The money will now go to good use: She's giving it to her unemployed staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
Delta apparently doesn’t want flight attendants with coronavirus to tell colleagues
Delta Air Lines has instructed flight attendants who test positive for COVID-19 to “refrain from notifying” their colleagues or posting about their conditions on social media, according to a report. An email reviewed by HuffPost that was sent Thursday to over 25,000 flight attendants said the company would “follow an established process” to alert employees...
Coronavirus task force doctors cite progress in New York, New Jersey
One of the top doctors on the White House Coronavirus Task Force said Friday that the number of cases in certain areas of the country, including New York, appeared to be leveling off thanks to social distancing and other preventive measures.
Learn shortcuts, skills with Apple's new digital learning classes
Apple's free in-store classes — known as Today at Apple — teach anyone who joins how to get more out of their Apple devices. These have been a part of Apple's retail stores since the first location opened in 2001. But with almost all Apple Stores closed due to covid-19, these classes are going digital.
Rev. Barber: Immoral to not focus on poor
Rev. William J. Barber, co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign, discusses the government's stimulus bill and the importance of celebrating Easter at a distance.
What Is Contact Tracing? CDC Director Says Interrupting Transmissions Is Critical For U.S. To Return to Normal
Because it's a labor-intensive process, officials are aggressively evaluating different technologies that could make contact tracing more efficient and effective.
Ben Affleck, Tom Brady and other A-listers partaking in an online poker tournament for charity
Ben Affleck has helped to coordinate a special charity event where all the proceeds will go to coronavirus relief.
Mia Farrow’s daughter Quincy hospitalized with coronavirus
Mia Farrow announced the news via social media on Friday.
This Easter, coronavirus prompts revival of a SoCal church legacy: the drive-in ministry
The son of the pastor who built Garden Grove's Crystal Cathedral, Rev. Robert A. Schuller is reviving the drive-in ministry this Easter.
Number of NYPD cops out sick drops for first time in nearly a month
Fewer cops were out sick Friday than the day prior for the first time 27 days — showing that the strain on the NYPD’s police staffing levels may be near its peak amid the coronavirus outbreak. “The best email I got this morning, that I woke up to, [was] we had more people coming back...
Opinion: If NFL is going to hold draft, at least it's going to benefit relief efforts
NFL will donate proceeds from Draft-A-Thon to six charitable organizations that serve everything from food banks to homeless to medical professionals
I cut my partner’s hair in quarantine and it was a total disaster
Bad hair day? Keep your partner away.
TSA has opened a food pantry for workers at Dulles International Airport
TSA officers at Dulles International Airport say they want to help some of the same workers who helped them during the government shutdown last year.
Mexico's Virtual Catholic Passion Plays Get Creative
With the country shut down for the month of April, Roman Catholic churches are bringing their Holy Week celebrations online to continue rituals and reach the faithful.
Doctor treating coronavirus: "New York City is on fire"
Health care workers tell 60 Minutes about the conditions they're seeing and the lack of medical equipment they're trying to overcome, Sunday.
Sumo wrestler tests positive for coronavirus
A Japanese sumo wrestler has tested positive for the coronavirus, further threatening postponement of next month’s Summer Grand Sumo Tournament which has already been delayed. The Japan sumo association said Friday a wrestler had tested positive to become the first confirmed case from Japan’s ancient sport. The wrestler, whose name has not been disclosed, first...
Apple And Google Build Smartphone Tool To Track COVID-19
The tech companies say their software would protect privacy while helping public health officials trace the spread of the coronavirus.
It's not just teens: We're all in the TikTok-dance-challenge phase of quarantine now
As quarantine and stay-at-home orders trap people indoors, the olds are infiltrating the youth-driven world of the TikTok dance challenge.
Column: Why did the stock market rally on awful unemployment news?
The stock market rallied on the unemployment figures because it's not a moral barometer.
Trump pledges to help Mexico meet output cuts sought by OPEC
An agreement reached between Saudi Arabia and Russia to reduce oil production appeared to stumble after Mexico declined to cut its own output.
US budget deficit totals $743.6 billion over past 6 months
The federal government's budget deficit for the first half of this budget year totaled $743.6 billion, up 7.6% from last year, and well on its way to topping $1 trillion even before the impacts of the coronavirus were felt.
Over 200,000 healthcare workers receive discounted Lyft rides
Over 200,000 healthcare workers across the country will receive discounted Lyft rides throughout the month of April to travel during the pandemic.
Drew Brees picks NBC over ESPN in ‘Monday Night Football’ setback
Drew Brees is signing with NBC Sports over ESPN in a move that will make him a fixture on NFL telecasts far after he finishes playing, The Post has learned. In a contract that will begin after Brees retires from the Saints, the 41-year-old will be groomed as the potential replacement for Cris Collinsworth on...
Russia's Putin, Saudi crown prince discuss OPEC+: Kremlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman discussed a planned OPEC+ reduction of oil output, the Kremlin said.
Effectiveness of Drugs Used to Fight Coronavirus Won't Be Known Until Summer, Says Dr. Fauci
The nation's top virologist said that randomized clinical trials to determine whether a number of possible treatments for COVID-19 will be effective won't be ready until the summer.
America's new opioid crisis
Health experts say the U.S. government has been slow to strengthen the drug supply chain, despite recent painful reminders of its vulnerabilities.
Saudi, Russia press on with oil cut deal at G20 talks, U.S. offers help
Top oil nations pushed to finalise a deal on sweeping oil cuts at G20 talks on Friday to lift prices slammed by the coronavirus crisis with Russia and Saudi Arabia taking the lion's share and the United States showing unusual willingness to help out.
Does marijuana use heighten coronavirus risk?
Are marijuana users at an increased risk of suffering serious complications should they contract the novel coronavirus?
A guide to making homemade pasta, according to professional chefs
We've compiled everything you'll need to make your own delicious homemade pasta, according to professional chefs.
Harvey Weinstein faces new sexual assault charge in Los Angeles
L.A. County prosecutors have filed an additional charge against Harvey Weinstein, alleging he sexually assaulted a woman at a Beverly Hills hotel in 2010.
NASA astronauts reflect on virus, Apollo 13
Three NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station spoke to reporters Friday about the virus outbreak. Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan will head back to Earth next week, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13's return. (April 10)
Ron Johnson sends doctors' note to Trump urging action on hydroxychloroquine
But there's still little evidence the drug works to combat the coronavirus.
Givenchy and artistic director Clare Waight Keller part ways
The designer of Meghan Markle's wedding dress and first woman to helm the house exits after a three-year run.
Justice Department says it found mistakes in more FISA applications
The Justice Department discovered last year the FBI made two material errors in foreign intelligence wiretap applications, and also omitted significant information from another surveillance warrant renewal, federal law enforcement disclosed publicly this week.
Guy faceplants after wing snaps off in epic drift fail
These guys were too fast, too furious. A couple of amateur drifters in New Haven, Connecticut, had an epic fail after the wing of a modified sports car broke while attempting a parking lot “donut.” Incredibly, the guy riding atop the vehicle walked away with “just a few scratches.”   Subscribe to our YouTube!
Auto insurers giving drivers relief on monthly premiums
Some of the largest auto insurers, including Geico, Progressive and USAA, are offering premium discounts as well.
Tom Cotton says the US needs to know why China has so much influence on WHO
Sen. Tom Cotton said on Friday that the United States needs to know why China has “so much” influence over the World Health Organization Director Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus devastated the Boselli football family
Tony Boselli’s football-playing son also is recovering from a bout with COVID-19. Florida State offensive lineman Andrew Boselli, the son of former Jacksonville Jaguars lineman Tony Boselli, revealed Friday that he also tested positive for the coronavirus, which landed his father in intensive care in late March. Andrew wrote a first-person account on the Seminoles’...
Frank & Oak takes up to 35 percent off for Easter sale
Frank & Oak is taking 30% off everything for its Easter sale, which is packed with trendy pieces and must-have wardrobe staples. And to add a little fun to your bargain hunting, the brand is offering 35% off sitewide to shoppers who uncover hidden Easter eggs on the site. The Easter sale lasts through Monday...
Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less
Looking for some easy recipes to make in coronavirus quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? Here are recipes with 5 ingredients or less.