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Police create card system to protect responders
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US economy unlikely to recover as rapidly as it collapsed
President Trump has been telling voters that the US economy will leap back to life “like a rocket,” stronger than ever after its bout with the coronavirus. But there is a reason economics is called the “dismal science.” There are emerging signs that any recovery will fail to match the speed and severity of the...
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Madonna continues to post bizarre ‘Quarantine Diaries’
In her latest video, she says she's lost three friends in the last 24 hours.
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Biden pledged to choose a female VP. Here are the 10 likeliest running mates
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Airport confronts homeless issue during pandemic
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Justin Timberlake jokes that parenting 24/7 during the coronavirus is 'not human'
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are starting to buckle under the pressure of 24-hour parenting that the coronavirus pandemic has created. 
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How to make a time capsule to remember this unprecedented time
One way to preserve our memories of this moment in time for posterity is to make a time capsule.
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‘A Chance To Do Our Part.’ How This Family-Owned Distillery Switched From Whiskey to Hand Sanitizer Amid the COVID-19 Crisis
When the United States entered World War II, the Warren Featherbone factory in Three Oaks, Michigan converted its production facilities from corsets to raincoats to outfit American troops heading overseas. Now, close to 80 years later, the family-owned distillery that now occupies that same building is again pivoting its production in the service of the…
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time.com
Working from home: Time to buy a new laptop? The choices have never been better
If you're feeling an urgent desire to upgrade or replace an ailing laptop, here's what you need to know about the new PC laptop offerings.      
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usatoday.com
Man working in yard during coronavirus lockdown discovers mysterious car buried for over 50 years
No idea how it got there.
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Coronavirus taking devastating toll on California healthcare workers
More than 1,600 healthcare workers across the state have become infected with COVID-19, and officials said they are alarmed at the pace.
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latimes.com
UK foreign minister leads nationwide applause for health workers
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab led a nationwide show of appreciation for health service workers on Thursday, standing in for his boss, Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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reuters.com
Georgia bar owner removes more than $3G of bills stapled to the walls, distributes to her staff
A bar is showing its employees some love – and getting a fresh new look all in one fell swoop.
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Two giant pandas mate at empty Hong Kong zoo for first time after living together for a decade
Love in the time of coronavirus is possible -- at least for two giant pandas living in a Hong Kong zoo.
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Is country music finally ready for Mickey Guyton?
Mickey Guyton is an outlier in Nashville: black, female and, at age 36, about to release her long-awaited debut album. "I started speaking my truth," she says.
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latimes.com
Virus cases soar to 416 on U.S. warship after captain fired
The ship's former captain alerted higher ups when there were only dozens of cases onboard.
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De Blasio: Social distancing must continue in NYC
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday that New York City needs continued social distancing plus more conoravirus testing capacity in order to reach a point where the loosening of restrictions could be considered. (April 9)       
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Prison inmates protest after virus diagnosis
Inmates at the Monroe Correctional Complex held a demonstration on Wednesday night after six inmates tested positive at the prison, according to the Washington State Department of Corrections. (April 9)       
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Q&A: Answering teens' questions about coronavirus, school closures, grades, college
Teenagers asked questions about coronavirus school closures, graduation, grads and their families' safety. We found the answers.
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latimes.com
Coronavirus-related family deaths reason for Rose Namajunas' withdrawal from UFC 249
Rose Namajunas' manager announced the sobering news and asked for privacy on the former UFC champion's behalf.       Related StoriesMMA Junkie Radio #3042: Latest on UFC 249, how Conor McGregor affected by new headlinerUFC 249 free fight: Jeremy Stephens takes out Dooho Choi in 'Fight of the Night' displayJoe Rogan noncommittal calling UFC 249: 'There's no social distancing in a (expletive) cage' 
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Social Distancing During Twister Season? Coronavirus Pandemic Leaves Tornado Alley Residents With Tough Decision
So far, sheltering from deadly weather appears to be taking precedence over staying away from a possibly deadly disease
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time.com
Oil slumps, investors say OPEC supply cuts won't be enough
Oil prices slumped on Thursday, giving back an earlier 10% surge as investors doubted the emerging supply-cut agreement between members of OPEC and its allies would adequately address the global fuel demand collapse caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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reuters.com
'The View' host Meghan McCain swipes at Trump over POW tweet
"The View" co-host Meghan McCain called out President Trump over his Thursday tweet honoring prisoners of war, or POWs, after previously attacking her father, the late Republican Sen. John McCain, who was a POW during the Vietnam War.
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Tua Tagovailoa’s nightmare draft scenario could play out: ‘Flunked’
A week ago Tua Tagovailoa went through a thorough medical exam with an independent doctor agreed upon by NFL team physicians. The NFL Network reported the results were “overwhelmingly positive”, but not everyone is convinced. The former Alabama superstar quarterback remains a roll of the dice. Just ask former Dolphins and Jets executive Mike Tannenbaum....
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Biden adopts parts of Sanders' policies on health care and student debt
Biden said he now favors dropping the Medicare eligibility age by five years.
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Another 28 inmates at Rikers released over coronavirus concerns
A judge Thursday sprung another 28 Rikers Island inmates who were supposed to be transferred to state department of corrections drug-treatment programs, according to the Legal Aid Society. The 28 inmates had violated the terms of their parole and were granted admission to either a 90-day or 45-day drug-treatment program at a DOCCS-run facility. But...
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Why New Jersey’s Unemployment Insurance System Uses a 60-Year-Old Programming Language
The programming language COBOL hasn’t been taught at most universities in decades.
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Coronavirus hospitalizations are dropping, New York governor says, but 'you're not out of the woods'
New York, which is the epicenter of the American coronavirus outbreak, had its lowest daily jump in hospitalizations since the crisis picked up -- but Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned the state is just on its "first wave."
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799 dead from virus in NY Wednesday, worst day yet
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said 799 people died Wednesday from the new coronavirus in the state. He said the state was arranging to bring in additional funeral directors to handle all the bodies. (April 9)       
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Nurse makes cakes & cupcakes for hospital workers
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White House to require coronavirus tests for journalists covering daily briefing
The White House has required journalists to have their temperatures checked before stepping onto the property.
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politico.com
Jessica Simpson spoofs her 2003 'Rolling Stone' cover with quarantine edition
Jessica Simpson's home life looks very different now compared to nearly 20 years ago when she graced the cover of "Rolling Stone" magazine.
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foxnews.com
Up to 150 members of the Saudi royal family reportedly have coronavirus
Up to 150 members of the Saudi Arabian royal family have been infected with the coronavirus — striking fear into the hearts of the authoritarian kingdom’s powerful rulers, according to a report Thursday. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman — the 34-year-old heir widely considered the real power behind the throne — and his ministers have...
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NJ dentist resurrects sexy, scandalous Easter Bunny display
It's quite the eggs-rated display.
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How Naomi Campbell became poster girl for coronavirus safety
As she nears turning 50 next month, Campbell has been having a moment.
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Record new covid-19 deaths in D.C., Maryland and Virginia at 53; black residents hit hardest
New Maryland data shows black residents account for half the deaths and cases, but are only 30 percent of the population.
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washingtonpost.com
UK's Raab says he has not spoken to Johnson since taking over
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has not had any contact with his deputy, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, since he stepped in to fill Johnson's role, Raab said on Thursday, adding that he has enough power to make key decisions without his boss.
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reuters.com
Coronavirus: Airlines all over the world park planes as pandemic plays out
Thousands of planes are being stashed around the world due to decreased demand for domestic and international travel amid coronavirus.        
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‘Sammy the Bull’ Gravano, daughter Karen in cast of new docuseries, ‘Families of the Mafia’
Omertà doesn’t mean anything to these former mob households. In “Families of the Mafia,” a new docuseries premiering Thursday at 9 p.m. on MTV, four Staten Island broads formerly associated with La Cosa Nostra attempt to stop their children from making the same mistakes they did. Cameras followed the wiseguys over two years, which will air...
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Polish priest offers drive-thru confessions amid coronavirus lockdown
A Polish priest has become a real holy roller — by offering drive-thru confession in his church parking lot during the coronavirus lockdown. Sitting on a small chair and wearing a face mask, Father Mateusz Kielarski waits for his faithful to drive up outside his large Warsaw church and confess their sins through their open...
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Bruce Arians was seriously paranoid about a Tom Brady about-face
Even the victors of the Tom Brady free-agency sweepstakes didn’t believe he would leave New England until the ink was dry. NFL insider Jay Glazer, who has a “very tight” relationship with Bruce Arians, described the the Buccaneers head coach’s paranoia that the six-time Super Bowl Champion would jilt them in the 11th-hour. “Believe it...
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6 from Bay Area nursing home die of COVID-19
Six residents of the Gateway Care and Rehabilitation Center have died, authorities said. They were among 35 residents of the facility who tested positive.
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latimes.com
Pelosi reluctant to embrace remote voting in House: 'We aren't there yet'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday there's no immediate plans for the House of Representatives to allow remote voting despite growing concern from bipartisan members that in-person voting is dangerous given the deadly public health crisis. 
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‘Tiger King’ star Doc Antle slams claim he has multiple wives: ‘I certainly have lovely girls that I’ve met’
Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin aren’t the only ones from “Tiger King” raising eyebrows.
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Sports may be paused, but those in the industry are not idle
A Pakistani tennis player delivers ration bags to families impacted by the virus, NASCAR makes face shields for health care workers and two New York sports clubs support stadium workers with a distress fund.
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edition.cnn.com
Trump executive order calls commercializing the solar system, mining the moon
The scope of commercializing the solar system would apply to "the Moon, Mars, and other celestial bodies," according to a new executive order.        
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usatoday.com
Virus outbreak leaves unemployed Americans hurting
A staggering 16.8 million people filed for unemployment benefits in the last three weeks as the coronavirus pandemic forces Americans to stay home. Kim Chapman is just one of many wondering how much longer this will continue. (April 9)       
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