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Ski Vacation Hot Spot Becomes Coronavirus Ground Zero in Idaho
The numbers themselves are far smaller in the Idaho region than in New York City but still dire for residents
Los Angeles coronavirus crisis could reach NYC levels in five days
Within five days, Los Angeles could see a surge in the coronavirus just as bad as what an already-overwhelmed New York City has experienced, state and city officials warned. Standing in front of the US Navy hospital ship Mercy, which docked in LA to help the city cope with the oncoming onslaught of COVID19 patients,...
The Rolex Arts Festival transforms Cape Town into an art epicenter
Internationally acclaimed mentors and aspiring artist protégés give us an inside look at the significance of cultural collaborations both on the continent and worldwide.
Risks of using malaria drugs off-label to treat COVID-19
The prospect that malaria drugs will become go-to medications in the treatment of COVID-19 before they've been rigorously tested is prompting safety warnings.
The Times' All-Star boys' basketball team
A look at the Los Angeles Times All-Star boys' basketball team.
For dancers, coronavirus wipes out stage, TV and video work. Life is 'grief and fear'
JaQuel Knight, Beyoncé's head choreographer, organized a meal giveaway. But with concerts, tours and video shoots canceled, help and hope remain scarce.
At a nursing home for L.A.'s wealthy, coronavirus diagnoses stir anger and questions
A new resident at Silverado Beverly Place was hospitalized with coronavirus. Within 24 hours, another resident and an employee tested positive.
LAFC trains in a 'virtual' world that keeps them connected
Daniel Guzman's job title with the Los Angeles Football Club is head performance coach. He's more of an interactive trainer utilizing online tools.
Best 4.5 Sketches From 'Saturday Night Live' Season 45 to Hold You Over Until the Show Returns
If you're missing "SNL" take a trip down memory lane with some of the funniest moments of the season so far.
Dynamic Henry Ruggs III could force Jets’ hand at NFL draft
If you’re wondering why Henry Ruggs III is fast climbing up NFL draft boards, listen to two of his old coaches. Listen to Tyrone Rogers, Ruggs’ coach at Robert E. Lee High School in Montgomery, Ala. “He plays bigger than what he is,” Rogers told The Post. “When I had him, he was only like...
Packers' Aaron Rodgers recalls nearly being trapped in Peru amid coronavirus pandemic
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he was nearly trapped in Peru earlier this month after the country announced it would be canceling all flights because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Domestic violence victims facing higher risks amid coronavirus quarantine
Family Court went wholly virtual on Thursday and staffing has been whittled to a skeleton crew, with just three judges handling all five boroughs via Skype hearings, down from the usual four to five judges plus magistrates in each borough courthouse.
NBA season could restart at a casino, Bahamas resort or college gym
If and when the NBA restarts its season, it could all happen in one glitzy spot like Las Vegas, the Bahamas or … a college campus in the Midwest? Those are three of the options that have been discussed by players and executives, according to ESPN, as the league tries to formulate a plan for...
Rats swarm New Orleans' streets as coronavirus precautions leave them empty
With restaurants closed save for take-out service, far less food waste is being discarded in the city's alleyways, driving the local rodent population out into the open to search for scraps.
Coronavirus Prevention Measures Turn Violent in Parts of Africa as Nations Go Into Lockdown
The measures come as cases across Africa are set to climb above 4,000 Saturday
Small, Far-Flung Pacific Islands Are Combating COVID-19 Just Like The Rest Of Us
As many island nations attempt to keep the coronavirus out, they also risk getting cut off from the outside world their economies depend on.
Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus Crest 600,000 Worldwide
The global pandemic hit the milestone overnight, taking a particularly heavy toll on Italy, Spain and the U.S. Its real extent is likely larger — yet still unknown as countries catch up with testing.
U.N. Chief Antonio Guterres: Misinformation About COVID-19 Is the New Enemy
Guterres said the U.N. is launching a COVID-19 Communications for Solidarity Initiative to provide facts about the virus
Trump Reportedly Wants His Signature on Coronavirus Stimulus Checks
A civil servant would normally sign the checks.
Should virus shutdown be modified to prevent other fallout?
Could the cure be worse than the virus, as the President has said? A doctor who proposed a more 'surgical' approach to salvage the economy says that moment has passed.
China promotes bear bile as coronavirus cure
China has promoted a wildlife treatment to a disease believed to have originated from a wildlife market.
Comment: Scenes of hope in America's crisis
It's been a tough week. But while we're witnessing a test of American ingenuity, in many ways, we are proving our resilience.
'Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Stalk Market Guide - Best Turnip Price Range & More
"Animal Crossing: New Horizons" players can make lots of Bells playing the Stalk Market. Here are the best times to sell your Turnips.
Doctors could rethink approach to life-and-death situations
As the pandemic continues to swamp the health care system, hospitals could be facing tough decisions about who gets lifesaving treatment.
Italian soccer team delivers care packages to its elderly fans during coronavirus lockdown
The current coronavirus pandemic has plunged much of the world into unprecedented and uncertain times.
Coronavirus: Disney is closed, but you can still experience your favorite rides virtually
Coronavirus may have closed Disney indefinitely but a YouTube channel may be able to help lift the spirits of Disney-lovers everywhere.
Neil Young Gives Fans Access to His Archival Music for Free
The musician opened his online archive to keep fans entertained while stuck in self-isolation.
The Times' final boys' basketball rankings
A look at The Times' final boys' basketball rankings for the 2019-20 season.
Wuhan, the Chinese city where coronavirus began, starts easing restrictions after two months of quarantine
The Chinese city where the coronavirus was first detected at the end of last year has begun to slowly re-open after more than two months under strict quarantine restrictions.
Can Biden compete with Trump's Coronavirus platform?
The President has been able to capitalize on his daily virus briefings. During a national quarantine, what can Joe Biden do to compete? David Axelrod analyzes.
Jon Bon Jovi believes 17-year-old son contracted coronavirus
Jon Bon Jovi strongly suspects his son Jacob contracted a "mild version" of coronavirus, though the 17-year-old has yet to be tested.
How deadly is coronavirus? That's complicated
CNN's Michael Smerconish discusses the complicated process of calculating the novel coronavirus death rate with Stanford professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya.
Getty Museum asks followers to recreate artwork only using 'things lying around' the house
In a post on Twitter, The Getty asked its quarantined followers to “recreate a work of art with objects (and people) in your home.”
Tucker Carlson: Coronavirus -- How badly is the COVID-19 crisis hurting our health care system?
Here are some facts to consider as we move forward in the coronavirus crisis.
Trump continues to fight as $2 trillion relief bill signed into law
Rhode Island Is Clamping Down on Those Leaving New York Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Governor Gina Raimondo is using the National Guard to knock door-to-door in search for New Yorkers to get their contact information and enforce the quarantine.
Cocktail tool hacks: If you have basic kitchen gear, you can mix a drink
Bars are closed during coronavirus restrictions, but you can make cocktails at home using basic kitchen gear to mix drinks. Read on for our tips.
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SeaWorld is temporarily furloughing over 90% of its employees
SeaWorld announced Friday it's temporarily furloughing over 90% of its current employees as of April 1, due to the ongoing pandemic. It will stop paying its employees after March 31 but those employees will be eligible for unemployment benefits, it stated in an SEC filing.
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What moves! Dad performing The Weeknd dance challenge on TikTok with sons goes viral
Many other quarantined parents have been joining their children for the routine on TikTok.
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Why calculating COVID-19's death rate is complicated
How deadly is the Coronavirus? It's complicated. We can't rely on simple math to project a mortality rate without an accurate count of how many people have the virus.
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Sen Tom Coburn dies after years-long cancer battle: report
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Coronavirus patients taken off ventilators after getting experimental HIV drug
Two coronavirus patients in New York City are off ventilators and out of intensive care after they received an experimental drug to treat HIV and breast cancer. As the skyrocketing number of cases stretches city hospitals to the limit, doctors are racing to find out which drugs on the market or in development might help...
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Smerconish: Coronavirus is proving our resiliency
CNN's Michael Smerconish says the coronavirus pandemic is creating displays of ingenuity across the US.
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Americans' Fears About COVID-19 Rise as One-Third of Households Report Job-Related Losses, Survey Finds
Nearly half of Americans think a recession will occur due to the outbreak. Jobless claims have already skyrocketed to unprecedented levels at an unimaginable pace.
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Will Trump put his signature on relief checks?
As Smerconish predicted, President Trump hopes to put his signature on the Coronavirus relief checks being sent to Americans. What are the political ramifications?
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Here's how to debunk coronavirus misinformation and conspiracy theories from friends and family
While the coronavirus pandemic has isolated family and friends inside their homes, it has in many cases increased online or over-the-phone communication and in some cases, misinformation.
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Future Tense Newsletter: Welcome to the Zoom Normal
Stories from the recent past of Future Tense.
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