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More young people are dying of coronavirus, WHO warns
More young people are dying of the coronavirus, according to a new warning issued by the World Health Organization. “What we are seeing in some countries is that there are individuals in their 30s, who are in their 40s and 50s who are in the ICU and who have died,” said Maria Van Kerkhove, head...
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NYC real estate broker losing $250,000 because of coronavirus pandemic
This was set to be a big year for real estate broker Michael Fabbri of Nest Seekers. But the 33-year-old Gramercy Park resident is instead losing out on as much as $250,000 in commissions for spring because he can’t show homes to buyers during the coronavirus shutdown. Last year had been soft because buyers and...
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USPS employees are demanding hazard pay
A petition says postal employees carry "blood, sweat, and tears" every day at the expense of their health and time with families.
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This dominatrix is in a financial bind because of the coronavirus
Aviva Diamond, 33, has worked as a dominatrix in New York City for more than six years, specializing in slave training, humiliation, foot fetishes and more. But after pivoting to online sessions only, she now finds herself in a bind. I started getting concerned messages from clients in mid-March as the coronavirus became more of...
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Joe Rogan Says 'I'd Rather Vote for Trump' Than Joe Biden, President Not 'Aging At All' in Office
The podcast host said he would rather vote for Trump than Biden, arguing Friday that Trump has held up well to the pressure of the office versus the former vice president.
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Jill Zarin supports medical workers with ‘Noshes for Nurses’ program
The 'RHONY' star has launched a program called “Noshes for Nurses” to help feed medical workers and others fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
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The best star snaps of the week: The Rock, Selena Gomez and more
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Two kids hospitalized after eating pot gummies from Utah food bank
Two children have been hospitalized after eating marijuana gummies they got at a food bank. “An 11-year-old and a 5-year-old were taken to a hospital Friday night after consuming ‘Medicated Nerds Rope’ candy given to their families as part of a food distribution effort from a church working with the Utah Food Bank,” according to...
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Researchers may have found coronavirus’ Achilles heel
The research shows a specific area of the virus could be “targeted with drugs and other therapies, a finding that also could help with the development of a vaccine,” according to the San Diego Tribune.
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Civil rights icon Joseph Lowery honored at private funeral 
Family members of the Rev. Joseph Lowery gathered Saturday in Atlanta for a small but moving funeral for the civil rights icon who worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr. Men in black suits and top hats attended a horse-drawn caisson carrying Lowery’s casket, the Associated Press reported. The black wagon, with the driver holding reins...
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‘There will be death’: Trump warns of ‘toughest week’ ahead
The president told the country to brace for the coming apex of the coronavirus outbreak.
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‘I lost not one but three jobs because of the coronavirus’
Brooklynite Hannah Kaplan, 29, was working three jobs to make ends meet — and she's lost all of them during the coronavirus shutdown.
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Cops bust boozy Bronx party ignoring coronavirus social distancing rules
More than a dozen partygoers were busted when cops broke up a boozy Bronx shindig that was flouting social distancing rules, police and sources said Saturday. Police were called to a loud party at Mango Jamaican Cuisine restaurant in Wakefield at about 7 p.m. Friday, where several dozen people were drinking and celebrating, ignoring coronavirus...
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NBA, along with Knicks, Nets, contribute 1 million surgical masks to New York
The NBA, along with the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets, are donating 1 million surgical masks, necessary PPE as medical workers fight coronavirus.       
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Airbnb host went from making $3,800 a month to $0 amid coronavirus
Lee Thomas, a 60-year-old retiree, charges $85 a night via Airbnb to rent out a one-bedroom apartment in his Ozone Park home. But now he is living solely on his pension as bookings have dried up. Because I’m so close to the airport, people from all over the country and the world stay at my...
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Trump warns of rough week ahead: 'There will be death'
President Trump on Saturday warned the nation of a deadly week ahead in the fight against the coronavirus.
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Staten Island car dealer still has to pay $500K in interest while lot closed
Marcello Sciarrino, 48, lives on Staten Island and co-owns 21 automobile dealerships in the New York area. A principal of Island Auto Group, he told The Post the coronavirus is bringing his inventory-heavy enterprise to the edge of ruin and forcing him to lay off hundreds of employees. On March 16, I locked our dealerships’...
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A gender reveal party ignited a 10-acre brush fire Florida, fire officials say
A gender reveal party in Brevard County, Florida, went wrong and sparked a 10-acre brush fire, CNN affiliate WESH reports.
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Caterer spent $20,000 on expanding business — then coronavirus hit
New Yorker Kinyarda Wright is the owner of Around the Clock Craft Services, which provides catering for TV shows that film in the city. But she's losing money as there are no sets to cater to during the coronavirus.
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Dog walker asks clients to pay him half-salary during coronavirus
Manhattan dog walker Jim Olmstead has seen his business plummet by 80 percent since the Coronavirus outbreak.
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Cuomo says China and Oregon will be sending ventilators to New York
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Saturday that as the state faces what could be the peak of the coronavirus crisis, China and Oregon have both said they will send ventilators. Watch his remarks.
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Trump’s pick for coronavirus inspector general wins praise from some oversight experts as Democrats slam pick
President Trump's pick as the new special inspector general overseeing the $500 billion coronavirus bailout fund won praise from some oversight experts on Saturday, but Democrats expressed immediate skepticism.
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NYC church has a unique way of lifting the city’s spirits
It’s music to anxious New Yorkers’ ears. Although St. George’s Episcopal in Gramercy Park closed its doors three weeks ago in the wake of the coronavirus, the church is still lifting the spirits of the neighborhood with pealing chimes. “Church bells are historically rung to call people to prayer, in times of celebration, and in...
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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot urges people to 'Stay Home, Save Lives' in humorous Twitter video
Lori Lightfoot is a lot more than the mayor of Chicago.
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The real ‘Molly’s Game’: Inside Tobey Maguire’s high-stakes underground poker ring
In a new book about the infamous 'Molly's Game' poker games he co-founded with Tobey Maguire, Houston Curtis says that the 'Spider-Man' star used famous pals like Leo Di Caprio as bait to lure in wealthy opponents sure to lose.
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Coronavirus patients mistakingly taken to USNS Comfort, report says
Several patients infected with COVID-19 were mistakenly brought to the hospital ship USNS Comfort, according to a new report on Saturday, “Less than five” infected patients were transferred to the vessel sometime on Friday, an official told Fox News. The 1,000-bed US Navy ship, which docked at Pier 90 on Manhattan’s West Side after its...
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Bristol Motor Speedway iRace may be most difficult for NASCAR drivers
Sunday's NASCAR iRacing event at virtual Bristol Motor Speedway will be a challenge for drivers because of the close quarters.       
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Palm Sunday and the pandemic: sanitized fronds, clergy in protective garb and live streams
The coronavirus pandemic has challenged Christian churches to find socially distant ways to launch Holy Week on Palm Sunday.
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Opinion: Kobe Bryant deserved to give what would have been a memorable Hall of Fame speech
Kobe Bryant was supposed to deliver a speech that fully matched his complex personality, full of epic stories about his life and love for basketball.      
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Trump optimistic NFL season will start on time with hopes of fan-filled stands: report
President Trump is confident that the NFL season will begin on time despite growing concern that the spread of the coronavirus might derail the schedule early on, according to a new report.
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'This Is A Big Deal': New York Hails Ventilator Deliveries From China And Oregon
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said New York, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., is still waiting on its order from federal authorities. But others have stepped in with some 1,140 ventilators.
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Pelosi, Schumer blast Trump pick to oversee $2T stimulus, call for 'urgent' House oversight
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer railed against President Trump's choice to nominate a White House lawyer to oversee the massive coronavirus stimulus program as a failure and re-upped up calls for more congressional oversight. 
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Grassley demands 'explanation' for firing of intel community watchdog
Also on Saturday, Thomas Monheim was tapped to be acting inspector general.
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politico.com
Most of us are under stay-at-home orders. So why are 6 out of 10 still on the road?
Rush-hour backups are gone, but there’s more traffic out there than you might think.
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The Post ranks the best 18 golf holes on public courses in NY metro area
The demands have been heard, and The Post has responded! After such terrific feedback from our flawless list of “The Best 18 Holes in the metro area” from this past Sunday, quite a few readers eloquently described their frustration with so many of those holes being on private courses. Hey, yo, they said, how ’bout...
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Trump put American lives in China's hands
The Trump administration needs to do what it takes to save lives right now in the Covid-19 pandemic. But it should be aware that the reliance on China comes at great cost, writes Samantha Vinograd.
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Until 1970, it was illegal to fly a kite in Washington. Hippies got the law changed.
Fifty years ago, protesters flew kites on the Mall — and were promptly arrested.
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Sean McVay is finally watching ‘Game of Thrones’ while under quarantine
LA Rams coach Sean McVay is binge-watching “Game of Thrones” while staying home during the coronavirus crisis.
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New York reels as 630 die in a day, the state's bleakest toll yet
Coronavirus-related illnesses killed 630 people in the last day in New York state, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday, in the grimmest 24 hours yet for the U.S. state hit hardest by the pandemic.
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AOC Calls U.S. 'Brutal Society' in Video While Making Margarita, Conservative Critics Mock Coronavirus Message
Conservative critics of the New York congresswoman brushed off her criticisms of the federal government's coronavirus response, noting instead she made a margarita while urging Americans to push fellow lawmakers into action.
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Patricia Bosworth, actor turned celebrity biographer, dies of coronavirus
Patricia Bosworth, an actor who went on to chronicle lives including Jane Fonda's, Marlon Brando's and her own, died from coronavirus. She was 86.
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Fmr Acting ICE Director Homan: Coronavirus Underscores Need for Border Security to Stop Spread of Communicable Diseases
The outbreak of coronavirus around the world has brought attention to the need for border security to prevent the spread of communicable diseases, according to former acting U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) director Tom Homan.
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PM Update: Cloudy overnight; warmer on Sunday
Not much sunshine to speak this weekend, but it will still end up on the mild side.
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Trump says NFL season should start on time amid coronavirus crisis
President Trump believes the NFL season should start on time in September. Trump said as much in a conference call with the commissioners of the major sports leagues on Saturday, and also said he hoped to have fans back in stadiums by August and September, according to ESPN, citing sources familiar with the call. The NFL...
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Pandemic exposes low pay and scant protections for nursing assistants and home-care aides
Home health aides and certified nursing assistants, the largest category of healthcare workers, lack the equipment and job security nurses have.
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Shop towels filter better than T-shirts for DIY coronavirus masks
After President Trump said Friday Americans can wear face masks (if they want to) — and experts now say they can help stop the coronavirus — people are going DIY, making their own face protectors in droves. But a small clothing manufacturer in Los Angeles says not to use T-shirt material, as the government suggested, but...
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Actress Patricia Bosworth dead at 86 due to coronavirus
Patricia Bosworth, an actress who once starred alongside Audrey Hepburn and later wrote biographies on several stars including Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift, has died from complications of the coronavirus. She was 86.
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When is Amazon Prime Day 2020? It'll likely be delayed due to coronavirus demands, reports say
When is Prime Day 2020? Expect Amazon's Black Friday in July, to be postponed "at least until August" because of the coronavirus.      
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