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Fauci anticipates another US coronavirus outbreak in the fall
The nation’s top infectious disease expert said Monday that he anticipates the US will endure another coronavirus outbreak in the fall — but by then he said, the country will be better equipped to fight the illness. Dr. Anthony Fauci, a member of the White House coronavirus task force, shared the outlook at a Rose...
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If you want to feel better about this pandemic, consider the Black Plague
No one would make light of a pandemic that has already cost so much in terms of death, suffering and treasure — especially since there is undoubtedly so much more to come. But still, it must be said that if we are to have a pandemic, the early 21st century is the best time in...
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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry 'personally' covering security costs, report says
Following Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's announcement that they'd "step back" as senior members of the royal family, questions have swirled as to who would front the cost of their security.
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Mainstream media mocks White House appearance of 'My Pillow Guy' Mike Lindell despite contribution to virus fight
Several members of the media were quick to dismiss the presence of "My Pillow" founder Mike Lindell at the White House coronavirus press briefing despite his company's ongoing contribution to combating the outbreak. 
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Fact check: Trump again touts unproven drugs for coronavirus, and other misleading statements from Monday's briefing
President Donald Trump made another series of inaccurate and misleading statements during his coronavirus press briefing Monday afternoon from the White House Rose Garden.
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Four Boston Hospitals Report Significant Numbers Of Employees Have The Coronavirus
The hospitals, including Massachusetts General Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess, Brigham and Women's, and Tufts, say that 345 employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Yes, a 'Tiger King' personality shared the stage with Britney Spears at the 2001 VMAs
What do Doc Antle of "Tiger King" and Britney Spears have in common? They both rocked the stage at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards.       
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Pastor arrested for holding services despite stay-at-home order
A pastor of a Tampa church has been arrested for holding large services despite a "safer-at-home" order in Hillsborough county.
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Trump says he could see recommending all Americans wear masks
President Donald Trump said Monday he could foresee a scenario where all Americans are recommended to wear masks in public to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
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Coronavirus questions answered: Can you be reinfected with the virus after you recover?
Dr. Marty Makary, Fox News medical contributor and professor of public health at Johns Hopkins University, appeared on "Special Report with Bret Baier" where he answered questions regarding the continuing coronavirus outbreak.
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Aaron Carter’s girlfriend Melanie Martin arrested for alleged domestic violence
Aaron Carter’s girlfriend, Melanie Martin, was arrested on Sunday night in Los Angeles after police investigated an alleged altercation between the pair at Carter’s home, Fox News has confirmed.
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Parts of US Open stadium complex in Queens to be turned into hospital amid coronavirus
Part of the Queens stadium complex that’s home to the U.S. Open will be transformed into a temporary hospital to aid in the fight against the coronavirus. An indoor training area at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is expected to be turned into a 350-bed medical facility beginning on Tuesday, USTA spokesman...
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Tenants get more help, as L.A. freezes rent for thousands of apartments amid coronavirus
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti announces that rent increases on rent controlled apartments will be banned during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Myron Rolle, former NFL safety, on front lines of coronavirus fight as Boston neurosurgery resident
Myron Rolle is a modern Renaissance Man. He’s a Rhodes Scholar, a former Tennessee Titans safety who went to Florida State before being drafted in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL draft, and these days he’s on the coronavirus frontlines as a third-year neurosurgery resident in Boston at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Chris Smith's decision to go to NBA or return to UCLA shrouded in uncertainty
UCLA guard Chris Smith's decision whether to turn pro is uncertain.
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The Fight to Suspend Rent Payments in Seattle
In December, council member Kshama Sawant introduced a winter ban on evictions in Seattle and won. Then the coronavirus happened.
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Lizzo buys lunch for ER staff at multiple hospitals
One of the hospitals was in Minneapolis, where the singer began her career.
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Coronavirus: Airbnb CEO offers apology, $250 million to hosts hurt by refund policy
On Monday Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky promised financial help, including $250 million for hosts hurt by its cancellation policy.      
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Army Corps of Engineers commander says more New York-style pop-up hospitals coming soon
Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, the commanding general of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, told Fox News' "The Story" Monday that residents of Chicago and other parts of the country can expect to see pop-up field hospitals like those appearing in New York City to help fight the coronavirus contagion.
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My coronavirus agony: isolated away from my little boy
The novel coronavirus’ effects in New York City have ranged from harrowing to mildly inconvenient. For the most part, my experience has been the latter. I’m fed up with the fact that I can’t drop in at my favorite pubs in Brooklyn for a brew, how I have to line up for an hour to...
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How Judge Sonia Sotomayor saved MLB from Scab Ball folly
There was a genuine tension inside Room 110 of the Federal Courthouse at 40 Centre Street that Friday morning, 25 years ago, March 31, 1995. The bloodied sport of baseball had gathered in that room, all its warring parties secured between four walls. They had already jointly committed 233 days of carnage to the game’s...
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Orlando McDaniel, former NFL player, dead from coronavirus complications
A 59-year-old former NFL player died Friday night after contracting the coronavirus, a report said. Orlando McDaniel, who starred at LSU as a wide receiver and hurdler before a brief professional career with the Denver Broncos, recently fell ill after visiting family in Washington D.C., his former LSU track coach Dennis Shaver told The Advocate....
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WWE 'Monday Night RAW' Results: Edge to Make One Final Appearance Before WrestleMania 36
Undertaker and Brock Lesnar are also scheduled to appear.
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Federal Judges Block Texas and Ohio Coronavirus Abortion Bans
There was bad news on Monday for states trying to use the coronavirus pandemic to halt abortions.
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Ex-Fordham president Father O’Hare dead at 89
Father Joseph O’Hare, the former longtime president of Fordham University and chairman of the city’s Campaign Finance Board, died on Sunday at the age of 89. The Bronx-born priest was a civic institution in the 1980s and 1990s running one of the city’s most prominent universities and overseeing its campaign finance watchdog. O’Hare was appointed...
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What we at the FDA are doing to fight Covid-19
What we at the FDA are doing to fight Covid-19. Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn writes that the American people should rest assured that the FDA is making meaningful measures in the fight against the spread of coronavirus.
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Need toilet paper? Procter & Gamble plant goes into overdrive during coronavirus crisis
Massive Procter & Gamble plant rises from banks of Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania and it's meeting the high U.S. demand of paper products.        
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Tomie DePaola, Beloved Children's Author And Illustrator, Has Died
The author and illustrator — who, by his own reckoning, worked on more than 270 titles — died Monday at age 85. Among his classics is the Caldecott winner Strega Nona, a seemingly ancient folk tale.
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Calif. asks people to aid health care workers
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday made a plea for trained medical professionals, including retired health care workers and nursing students who are nearing graduation, to aid the state's hospitals amid the coronavirus outbreak. (March 30)       
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Just two months ago, ‘crisis’ meant impeachment
On Jan. 20, the United States confirmed its first case of the coronavirus. The nation’s political and media elite ­obsessed over Mitch McConnell’s just-announced resolution governing the impeachment trial of President Trump. On Jan. 23, China locked down the city of Wuhan. Cable news in America lit up with praise for the epic, nay historic,...
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U.S. is swiftly deporting migrant children at the border
"Despite everything I experienced along the way, they deported me the next day," one indigenous teenager from Guatemala told CBS News.
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Nordstrom Rack takes up to 50% off home organization products
You can get serious about your spring cleaning now that Nordstrom Rack is discounting home storage, cleaning, and organization products up to 50%. The flash sale runs through the end of the week and follows the launch of the brand’s End of Season Sale. You can get your hands on a variety of top brands...
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Opinion: NCAA's spring-sports eligibility ruling could put schools, coaches in awkward positions
The devil is in the details with the NCAA's decision to grant an extra year of eligibility to spring-sports student-athletes.        
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Coronavirus hospitalizations have doubled in California over last three days
Coronavirus: Hospitalizations have doubled from 746 to 1,432 in California over last three days
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Christie Brinkley says daughter Alexa Ray Joel's wedding planning has been put ‘on hold’
Christy Brinkley is dealing with the fallout of coronavirus, more specifically the fact she can’t see her daughters Sailor Brinkley Cook and Alexa Ray Joel.
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‘Bored in the House’ by Tyga and Curtis Roach is your new coronavirus anthem
“Honestly, bro, I was so bored in the house,” says rapper Curtis Roach of his viral hit.
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New Mexico's governor warns tribal nations could be 'wiped out' by coronavirus
New Mexico's governor warned President Trump Monday some tribal nations could be 'wiped out' by the coronavirus.
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Trump to Governors: I’d Like You to Do Us a Favor, Though
Once again, the president is using aid to extort re-election help.
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Arizona Joins Virginia, Maryland and D.C. in Enacting Stay-at-Home Order Amid Escalation in COVID-19 Cases
The "Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected" executive order will go into effect at 5 p.m. local time on Tuesday.
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Review: 'Sweet Land' triumphantly moves online. It's the best ticket in opera right now
The Industry had to close "Sweet Land," its acclaimed opera in a downtown L.A. park. The production shifted online — and is as compelling as ever.
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Rams re-sign cornerback Donte' Deayon
Rams.
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Hero of the Day: Mom of three works ER overnight treating coronavirus patients
She’s a mom of three working 13-hour days on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis in an overnight emergency room.  “It’s definitely emotionally draining,” said 32-year-old Megan Benjamin, an ER technician at Hackensack Meridian Jersey Shore University Medical Center, one of New Jersey’s largest trauma hospitals.  “When you’re at work, you’re almost like a robot,”...
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Army researchers at Fort Detrick who helped discover Ebola treatment seek coronavirus vaccine
Army researchers at Fort Detrick, Md., are fast at work growing batches of COVID-19 to help test treatment options and eventually find a coronavirus vaccine.
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Best ending for the ISIS prison break
A handful of ISIS thugs broke out of captivity in northeast Syria over the weekend, an unwelcome reminder that their particular plague is only in check, not yet eradicated from the face of the Earth. According to the Syrian Democratic Forces, the outfit that runs the Ghweran prison in Hasakah, an entire building of ISIS...
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US gas prices drop amid virus-driven slowdown
Gas prices across the nation are still falling amid decreased demand with fewer drivers on the road during the coronavirus outbreak. (March 30)       
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Helen Hunt brings trailblazing war journalist to life in ‘World on Fire’
Helen Hunt says Nancy Campbell, the fictional reporter she plays in the war drama “World on Fire,” is based on two different real-life journalists: William Shirer, who chronicled Hitler’s rise to power for CBS Radio, and Claire Hollingworth, the Daily Telegraph reporter whose “scoop of the century” broke the news that Germany invaded Poland —...
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In the College Basketball Documentary The Scheme, the FBI Comes Out Looking Dirty
The sordid business of a pointless, low-stakes prosecution.
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slate.com
Donald Trump Rips Jim Acosta for 'Nasty, Snarky Question' During Briefing
"Instead of asking a nasty, snarky question like that, you should ask a real question," Trump said to Acosta. 
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