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‘I Still Can’t Believe What I’m Seeing.’ What It’s Like to Live Across the Street From a Temporary Morgue During the Coronavirus Outbreak
The arrival of makeshift morgues has thrust the pandemic into full view as it envelopes the nation’s largest city.
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time.com
Tell Us About Trying To Get Tested For The Coronavirus
Experts have said that testing is essential to controlling the coronovirus pandemic. Tell us your experiences trying to access testing for the coronavirus.
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npr.org
'Buy more fruits and vegetables': L.A.'s produce wholesalers are seeing a 90% drop in sales
Vendors at 7th Street Produce Market have been hit hard as retailers cut orders due to the coronavirus shutdown
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latimes.com
'Fortnite' v12.30 Leaked Skins: Celebrate Easter With a Chocolate Monster
Bun Bun just wants to give you a hug hug in "Fortnite" update 12.30. Check out the latest leaked skins here.
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newsweek.com
Rick Scott calls for congressional inquiry into WHO's coronavirus response
The Florida senator has raised concerns over WHO’s relationship with Beijing.
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politico.com
Navy captain pleads for help as coronavirus sweeps through aircraft carrier
Captain Brett Crozier sent an urgent letter to the Navy with aggressive measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among the crew of the aircraft carrier.
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cbsnews.com
Average Gas Prices Are Below $2. A Few Stations Are Even Selling For Under $1
AAA says the national average is $1.997 per gallon and it's expected to drop further in the coming weeks. In a few places it's less than half that, but most Americans aren't driving much these days.
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npr.org
Coronavirus mandates: These states are threatening fines, jail time and restrictions for people who ignore self-isolation orders
A number of states and localities have warned residents of punishments for those ignoring the state and federal-imposed rules to social distance in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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foxnews.com
NYC morgues, cemeteries overwhelmed as coronavirus death toll rises
New York State Funeral Directors Association director Mike Lanotte said religious cemeteries, including ones run by the Archdiocese of New York, have put protocols in place to protect staff working in cemeteries that have led to less manpower.
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nypost.com
At least 17 die from coronavirus at nursing home in Germany
A dozen residents at the Hanns-Lilje retirement home in Wolfsburg died of coronavirus on Saturday — and five more died between Sunday and Monday.
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nypost.com
Opinion: Let's burst the idea of playing the remainder of the NBA season in a bubble
Commentators are agitating for the NBA to return by creating a coronavirus-free environment where players would live and play games and not much else.        
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usatoday.com
Opinion: Putting athletes at risk to entertain us during lockdown is no game
Ideas have been circulating to resume play in leagues around the world in isolated areas. But it overlooks the risk and mental toll it would put on athletes.        
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usatoday.com
Burger King, Popeyes to use thermometers on workers, pay bonus for April amid coronavirus outbreak
The owner of several popular fast-food chains recently addressed the coronavirus outbreak.
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foxnews.com
Louisiana officials fearful hospitals will be overwhelmed
CNN's Ed Lavandera reports on the spike in Covid-19 cases in Louisiana that officials are fearing will strain their hospitals.
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edition.cnn.com
Inside the chaotic effort to get Americans home as coronavirus spread around world
As the State Department hustles to get stranded Americans back to the US amid the coronavirus pandemic, a new agency checklist shows the depths to which staffers have gone to reach those grounded citizens. The checklist, obtained and released by Politico, shows an outline of methods to reach and assist the tens of thousands of...
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Coronavirus' 'social distancing' is a scammer's dream. Here's how to not be a victim
During 'stay home' orders across the country, scammers will be able to take advantage of consumers who are in isolation and could be more vulnerable.       
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usatoday.com
Coronavirus strikes homeless in Los Angeles and Seattle as local officials grapple with outbreak
The first cases of COVID-19 have been reported among the homeless in Los Angeles and Seattle – adding to the already heightened concerns of local officials that the contagion could spread like wildfire through an extremely vulnerable segment of the population.  
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foxnews.com
L.A. supervisors remove Sheriff Villanueva as head of emergency operations
Amid coronavirus crisis, L.A. supervisors remove Sheriff Villanueva as head of emergency operations
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latimes.com
MTA boss Pat Foye: Low ridership ‘makes homeless situation appear bigger’
It’s all in your head. The number of homeless people seeking refuge in the subway system amid the coronavirus pandemic isn’t as high as it seems, MTA Chairman Pat Foye claimed Monday — it just looks bad because there are fewer other straphangers. “There are fewer people overall on the subways, which makes, frankly, the...
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nypost.com
NFL officially expands playoff field from 12 teams to 14 starting in 2020 season, per report
The NFL's postseason party just got a little bit bigger, as the league will now have 14 teams in the playoffs starting in the 2020 season.        
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Carmelo Anthony: I would have won two or three NBA titles if Pistons had drafted me
It's arguable the greatest "what if" in Detroit sports history. What would have happened if the Detroit Pistons had drafted Carmelo Anthony?       
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usatoday.com
Miami mayor recovers from coronavirus after 19-day self-quarantine, imposes new curfew
The mayor of Miami announced Monday he recovered from the coronavirus and was cleared by public health officials to end self-quarantine after spending 19 days in isolation.
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Demi Lovato’s Fabletics collection will donate $125K to coronavirus relief
The pop star is partnering with Kate Hudson's athleticwear brand.
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nypost.com
Amid coronavirus pandemic, streams of children's music see double-digit increase
Children's music has seen the largest week-over-week increase on the streaming charts so far during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Billboard.        
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usatoday.com
Indian doctors fight coronavirus with ripped raincoats amid gear shortage
NEW DELHI – Shortages of protective health gear in India are forcing some doctors to use raincoats and motorbike helmets while fighting the coronavirus, exposing the weak state of the public health system ahead of an anticipated surge in COVID-19 cases. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government said India was trying to get personal protective equipment...
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nypost.com
Selena Was Killed 25 Years Ago, Here's a Look at Her Brief Life and Murder
The musical legacy of Selena lives on 25 years after her murder.
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newsweek.com
Why Sonja Morgan has been eating only soft food during quarantine
She said she hasn't had hard food in "10 days."
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nypost.com
AOC hits Cuomo on coronavirus response that gives 'preferential treatment' to wealthy
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accused Gov. Andrew Cuomo of exacerbating racial and class divides by suspending mortgage payments during the coronavirus pandemic but not extending the same moratorium to renters. 
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foxnews.com
Matthew McConaughey Says 'We Are At War' with Coronavirus in Isolation PSA
Actor Matthew McConaughey is urging people to stay at home in a new coronavirus public service announcement in which the Oscar-winning H0llywood star pays tribute to healthcare professionals currently battling the pandemic.
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breitbart.com
'Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution' Update - Every Card From VRAINS Packs
"Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution" has a new update. Here's a running list of every card you can expect to find in VRAINS Packs.
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newsweek.com
Scientists discover new coronavirus drug target from proteins that let virus hide from immune system
Currently, there is no known cure for the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the globe, but researchers have identified a potential new drug target, mapping two critical proteins, as the world looks for a cure for COVID-19.
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foxnews.com
Fauci: Mask-wearing recommendation under 'very serious consideration'
Fauci acknowledged that such a directive has been complicated by the nationwide dearth of personal protective equipment.
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politico.com
New York Police Commissioner Says 15 Percent of Uniformed Officers Are Out Sick Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
On Tuesday, New York Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner Dermot Shea stated that 15 percent of uniformed officers have called out sick amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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newsweek.com
Coronavirus has more Americans turning directly to farms for food
The spike in traffic for businesses that have been delivering to customers for years has prompted others to consider adapting their business models.
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politico.com
Trump administration scraps Obama fuel efficiency standard, opts for laxer rule
The SAFE rule requires cars and light trucks to average roughly 40 miles per gallon by 2025, down from about 50 miles per gallon under the Obama rule,      
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usatoday.com
'Star Wars' Actor Andrew Jack Dies at 76 of Coronavirus
Actor and longtime industry dialect coach Andrew Jack, who had a role in "Star Wars" film franchise, has died at 76 from coronavirus complications.
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breitbart.com
Rubio: China Coronavirus Casualties 'Certainly' Higher Than Reported
Tuesday in an appearance on Fox Business Network's "Mornings with Maria," Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) argued China was not being upfront with regards to the COVID-19/coronavirus.
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breitbart.com
Abortion providers sue Texas over coronoavirus outbreak order
AUSTIN, Texas — Planned Parenthood joined other abortion providers Wednesday in suing Texas over moving to ban abortions during the coronavirus outbreak, including one clinic owner saying Republican Gov. Greg Abbott’s weekend order has already resulted in more than 150 canceled appointments. The federal lawsuit filed in Austin, Texas, is among the most high-profile challenges...
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nypost.com
Red Sox’s Michael Chavis details quarantine tale of naked neighbor
Michael Chavis is seeing more of his neighbor than he expected to during the coronavirus outbreak. Taking to Twitter on Monday night, the Red Sox first baseman detailed an interesting encounter with a would-be influencer, who stepped out in her birthday suit. “So I’m working out outside today and while I was jump roping one...
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nypost.com
US coronavirus death toll eclipses China’s official count
The US death toll from the coronavirus pandemic surged past 3,500 on Tuesday – passing China’s official count, according to a tally being kept by Johns Hopkins University. Globally, over 800,000 people have been infected and more than 39,000 people have died, according to the tally. In the US, about 3,550 people have died, about...
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nypost.com
Trump touts U.S. coronavirus testing numbers
President Trump says the U.S. has now conducted more coronavirus tests than any other country, but it still lags far behind per capita. Meanwhile some governors say they still don't have the equipment they need. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN to talk about the latest.
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cbsnews.com
Tropical Smoothie Cafe donates 100K drinks to healthcare workers during coronavirus fight
This company found a smooth way to help out with the coronavirus pandemic. Tropical Smoothie Cafe announced its goal to donate 100,000 smoothies across the nation to healthcare workers fighting against the COVID-19 outbreak. The brand is calling the promotion the “In It Together Campaign.” In a press release, the company confirmed that it has...
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nypost.com
Coronavirus doesn’t stop octogenarian couple from meeting at Danish-German border amid lockdown
Love goes on in the time of COVID-19 – even if it means meeting it halfway.
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foxnews.com
Justice Department IG Finds Widespread Problems With FBI's FISA Applications
Investigators haven't been submitting sufficient evidence along with their applications to conduct surveillance in counterterrorism and counterintelligence investigations, a report shows.
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npr.org
World's busiest border falls quiet with millions of Mexicans barred from U.S.
The world's busiest land border has fallen quiet as restrictions to contain the coronavirus prevent millions of Mexicans from making daily trips north, including many who work in U.S. businesses.
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reuters.com
Cities take drastic measures, like removing rims, to keep people from playing basketball on public courts
Cities are taking drastic measures to keep people from playing basketball at public courts amid coronavirus, with some removing and blocking rims.       
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usatoday.com
ESPN’s Patrick McEnroe tests positive for coronavirus
Patrick McEnroe is the latest sports figure to reveal he has tested positive for coronavirus. The former tennis player and current ESPN broadcaster on Tuesday said he went to a drive-through testing site in Westchester County and just got the results back that showed he has COVID-19. “That’s the bad news,” McEnroe, 53, said in...
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nypost.com
Pompeo: State Dept. official has died from virus
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says a State Department official has died from the coronavirus. It's the first American fatality among the U.S. diplomatic corps from the pandemic. (March 31)       
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