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Nothing about the coronavirus is simple. Except the small actions you can take to prevent its spread
The US is now months-deep into the coronavirus pandemic, yet in many ways parts of the country now look like they're back to square one.
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Jets’ Breshad Perriman, Folorunso Fatukasi and Kyle Phillips primed for breakouts
Third of five-part series — a Jets trio of note. The Jets enter the 2020 season still with a lot of question marks about their roster. General manager Joe Douglas has begun his rebuild through free agency and April’s draft, but finding sure things on the Jets roster is hard to do. They are going...
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NYC to start painting Black Lives Matter mural in front of Trump Tower: report
New York City will start painting "Black Lives Matter" in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan on Thursday, according to a report.
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Sheriff: Actress Naya Rivera missing in SoCal lake
Authorities say former "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and being searched for at a Southern California lake.       
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‘Glee’ actress Naya Rivera presumed dead after going missing while boating with son, officials say
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office confirmed late Wednesday that the “possible drowning victim” at Lake Piru was Naya Rivera, 33, best known for her breakout role in the TV series “Glee.”
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Indigenous trackers are teaching scientists about wildlife
CyberTracker connects indigenous communities to scientists hungry for better data on biodiversity.
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Indigenous trackers are teaching scientists about wildlife
Scientists have become adept at tracking wildlife remotely. Take the Icarus global monitoring system, for example. Soon data ranging from an animal's location to its skin temperature will be easily available thanks to tiny wearable transmitters that send signals to an antenna on the International Space Station. But there's still something to be said for boots on the ground.
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Steelers will require fans to wear masks — if spectators allowed
The Pittsburgh Steelers will require fans to wear masks at Heinz Field this season — if spectators ultimately are allowed at games. “Our goal is to still have fans at Heinz Field this year with the understanding that social distancing, as well as all fans being required to wear masks, will play a role in...
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The 10 best deals from Lululemon's massive surprise sale
Lululemon is offering huge price drops on its popular leggings, shorts, tanks, and more as part of the Online Warehouse Sale.       
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Making “Dirty Noodles” the Traditional Way in Indonesia
Yasir Ferry Ismatrada’s grandfather invented dirty noodles and opened a factory in Yogyakarta, Indonesia to make them. But maximizing profits was never his goal. He was all about providing jobs for local people while making good food. Eswatrada, who now runs the community-oriented business, shows us how he makes dirty noodles using the same traditional techniques his grandfather used. And he explains how dirty noodles (which aren’t really dirty) got their name.
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How One Dad Started a Movement to Celebrate Black Fatherhood
The Dad Gang began in 2016 as an Instagram account designed to put positive images of Black fatherhood out into the world. Today, the Dad Gang is an entire social community made up of Black dads who support and celebrate each other. The Dad Gang reminds us to love, cherish and protect these men who want nothing more than to be there for their kids. This Great Big Story is by Target.
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Trackers are helping to conserve the Kalahari
Traditional trackers are monitoring wildlife using CyberTracker software.
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Mets reliever Brad Brach among those not yet at spring 2.0
Brad Brach’s absence in Mets camp was confirmed Wednesday. The veteran reliever has not worked out with the team since spring training 2.0 began on Friday, according to manager Luis Rojas, who said he would provide no further details. A day earlier, Rojas confirmed reliever Jared Hughes, who was signed last week, has not appeared...
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Indigenous Americans had contact with Polynesians 800 years ago, DNA study confirms
Indigenous Americans and Polynesians crossed thousands of miles of open ocean and made contact with each other as early as 1200 A.D., centuries before the arrival of Europeans, a new study has found.
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Florida man, sons sold toxic bleach as coronavirus cure, authorities say
A Florida man and his three sons are accused of selling a toxic bleachlike chemical mixture as a miracle cure for the novel coronavirus and other diseases, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
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Police Say Former ‘Glee’ Actress Naya Rivera Missing at California Lake
Sheriff’s officials launched a boat and helicopter search Wednesday afternoon
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Trump demands that schools reopen, with parents caught in the crossfire
It is easy, in our hyperpartisan culture, to make those who are resisting a wholesale reopening sound like they are nervous nellies who don’t care about education. It is just as easy to make those who are pushing for a widespread reopening sound like they don’t care about the risks to students and teachers.
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Yankees’ Clint Frazier battling ‘a little plantar fasciitis’
Through two Yankees intrasquad games, Clint Frazier hasn’t surfaced in the outfield due to a foot problem — though it wasn’t serious enough to keep him from being a DH. “Clint has had a little plantar fasciitis, but it really hasn’t held him back,. We have held him back in the early going of getting...
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Toronto and Edmonton confirmed as NHL’s hub sites
The NHL and NHL Players Association’s memorandum of understanding for a new collective bargaining agreement confirms Toronto and Edmonton were selected as hub cities for the return-to-play tournament, with Eastern teams, including the Rangers and Islanders, competing in Toronto and Western teams in Edmonton, according to TSN. The conference finals and Stanley Cup finals, per...
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Massachusetts suspect pulls gun on maskless man outside Walgreens: cops say
Massachusetts requires face masks or cloth face coverings in public places where social distancing is not possible
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Sheriff: Actress Naya Rivera missing in SoCal lake
Authorities say former “Glee” star Naya Rivera is missing and being searched for at a Southern California lake
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Blackburn rips BLM’s ‘trained Marxists’ as threat to US – day after calling on Omar to resign
U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., communicated in no uncertain terms on Wednesday regarding “trained Marxists” threatening America.
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A CoCo Bond That Wants to Save the World
BBVA labelled its new AT1 as a green investment. But can you really use a bond as capital and a green-financing tool at the same time?
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Former 'Glee' actress Naya Rivera missing, presumed dead after day on California lake: reports
Former “Glee” actress Naya Rivera is missing and presumed dead after her 4-year-old son was found alone on a boat on a lake north of Los Angeles, according to multiple reports.
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Geoffrey Berman to testify before House Judiciary Committee on circumstances of his firing
Geoffrey Berman was fired by the president last month following an extraordinary and highly public clash with Attorney General William Barr.        
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Naya Rivera, ‘Glee’ Actress, Is Missing at California Lake
Rescuers were searching Lake Piru in Ventura County for the 33-year-old actress late Wednesday night.
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Raheem Mostert requests trade from 49ers
San Francisco 49ers postseason breakout star Raheem Mostert requested a trade from the team after being unable to renegotiate his contract. Agent Brett Tessler made the request public on Wednesday after talks with the 49ers failed to lead to a new deal to replace the three-year contract Mostert signed in 2019 when he was still...
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Nurse and mother of four killed trying to help car crash victim in Kentucky
A 36-year-old mother of four is dead after stopping to help a driver who was in a traffic accident in Boone County, Kentucky. Ana Kincart, who worked as a nurse at VA clinic in nearby Lawrenceburg, Indiana, was driving to work when she stopped to check on the driver of a car that she witnessed...
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Man who dumped trash on lawn over Trump flag arrested in New Jersey
A New Jersey man with “disdain” for President Trump was arrested for repeatedly dumping his garbage on the lawn of a homeowner who displayed a Trump flag, a report said. Richard Keller, 58, of Franklin Borough, is accused of tossing his rubbish at a Sparta Township home on numerous occasions over the past four months,...
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Glee star Naya Rivera goes missing while boating in California
Authorities have been searching for Rivera, who according to her son, never got back inside the boat after the two went swimming
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