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Elton John launches $1M coronavirus emergency fund to protect those with HIV
The singer announced the news on Saturday.
Teletherapy: Aiding patients while social distancing
The coronavirus pandemic has meant that Mosaic, a Bronx, N.Y. non-profit mental health center, had no choice but to close its doors to in-person visits. To address the needs of its patients, Mosaic's staff of counselors and therapists took drastic measures, switching all mental health counseling to teletherapy – therapeutic sessions conducted over the phone. Susan Spencer reports on the altered dynamics of teletherapy, and how patients whose feelings of helplessness and anxiety are being compounded by a catastrophically anxious time are getting help.
Teletherapy: Connecting therapists and clients during a time of separation
For patients of a Bronx, N.Y. mental health center whose doors have been closed by the pandemic, counseling via phone is a lifeline during a catastrophically anxious time
Live updates: Maryland Gov. Hogan emerges as key GOP voice on pandemic; DMV marks highest one-day jump in fatalities
See the latest coronavirus news and developments Sunday in the Washington, D.C., region.
Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus blame game – skip it and focus on getting US through this crisis
With the body count soaring and the economy collapsing, finger-pointing is in full bloom.
"Victory Gardens" for the war against COVID-19
Facing a pandemic, more and more home gardeners are planting their own food, providing not just a safe source of nutrition in unsettled times, but also escape
“Victory Gardens” for the pandemic
With spring in the air, people are looking to plant gardens. But the coronavirus pandemic and the challenging times facing those in lockdown have brought to mind among some green thumbs the victory gardens of World War II. Tracy Smith reports on how nurseries are now selling out, not of flower bulbs, but of vegetables, and how online tutorials about growing your own food are sprouting up everywhere.
Massachusetts shoppers tackle man after allegedly coughing, spitting on produce amid coronavirus outbreak
A group of Massachusetts shoppers tackled a man and pinned him to the ground until police arrived after reportedly catching him intentionally coughing and spitting on groceries amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
The outlook for record unemployment numbers
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger talks with Harvard professor Kenneth Rogoff for a historical perspective of this week’s 6.6 million new jobless figures.
White House: Americans should avoid grocery shopping as coronavirus hits apex
The White House coronavirus task force is now warning against even going out to buy groceries or medication as the pandemic is expected to hit a deadly apex in the coming two weeks. “The next two weeks are extraordinarily important,” White House coronavirus response coordinator Deborah Birx warned at a press conference late Saturday. “This...
Understanding the record jobless numbers
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger on this week's 6.6 million newly unemployed, the latest dour financial news during the coronavirus pandemic
Can You Pass The Smell Test? U.S. Military Base in South Korea Tests Visitors for COVID-19 With Apple Vinegar Screening
Apple vinegar is being used to sniff out people who might be carrying the novel coronavirus. New evidence suggests anosmia is a common symptom of the disease.
Liverpool owners under fire for using tax payer money to furlough staff
Liverpool's wealthy owners have come under fire from former star players for their decision to furlough some non-playing staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
Adam Schiff Denounces Trump's Firing of Inspector General: 'Gutting the Independence of the Intelligence Community'
"He's decapitating the leadership of the intelligence community in the middle of a national crisis," Schiff argued. "It's unconscionable."
Virginia House Speaker breaks ranks with her predecessors
When a bill banning assault weapons died in the Virginia Senate in February, it looked as though several gun- control bills promised by Democrats were suddenly in jeopardy. Rookie House Speaker Eileen �Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax) went to work to save them.
Virginia man surprises shoppers by paying for groceries
Michael S. Megonigal and his daughter, Marley, wanted to help people who lost their jobs as the covid-19 pandemic spread, perhaps by buying someone some food, but the two weren’t sure about how to do it.
Baltimore native’s encounter with a bison goes viral
Deion Broxton says he grew up in an area with a fair share of rodents. This week it was a mammal of a different size that brought him national exposure.
Yankees mailbag: Aaron Judge’s future, injury status discussed
You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Yankees. If baseball comes back this year, why wouldn’t the Yankees shut Aaron Judge down for 2020 and...
Solution to Evan Birnholz’s April 5 Post Magazine crossword, “Continuing Education”
Class is running a bit long today.
L.A. has a coronavirus eviction ban, but landlords are finding ways to demand rent
Landlords in Los Angeles are pushing tenants to agree to repayment plans far more onerous than what's required under new laws passed to prevent evictions.
School from home is the new coronavirus reality. What will the next three months look like?
School from home is the new coronavirus reality. How are students and teachers doing?
How Multigenerational Families Manage 'Social Distancing' Under One Roof
There can be emotional and financial strength in a close, multigenerational family, those who live with kids and grandparents say. Now they're finding ways to keep members safe and sane in a pandemic.
Christen Limbaugh Bloom: 7 ways to develop the attribute you really need in quarantine
In order to truly desire God’s wisdom, we have to first realize that there are two different types of wisdom. One comes from God, and the other is motivated by our own selfish desires.
The Sunday Read: The Battle Over the Sea-Monkey Fortune
A story as crazy as it sounds.
Jerusalem’s Palm Sunday march scaled back due to coronavirus
Thousands of pilgrims usually participate in the march.
TV writer says doctors have ‘no doubt’ he had coronavirus despite negative tests
A British TV writer says his doctors have “no doubt” that he had coronavirus despite two tests coming back negative, according to a report. Dominic Minghella — who created the UK show “Doc Martin — wrote in a blog post for Deadline that although none of his tests were positive, all of his symptoms were...
Pope Francis celebrates Palm Sunday mass in an empty church
During a Palm Sunday mass held in a deserted church, Pope Francis told young people not to be afraid to put their lives on the line for others during the coronavirus pandemic.
Closed on Easter: Grocery stores including Trader Joe's, BJ's Wholesale Club will be closed because of COVID-19
What stores will be closed Easter 2020? Trader Joe's, BJ's Wholesale Club, and others will close because of coronavirus to give employees a day off.      
Dana White named in sex-tape lawsuit, calls case '(expletive)'
UFC president Dana White has been named in a lawsuit in which he's identified as the alleged prominent Las Vegas businessman victimized in a $200,000 sex-tape extortion.       
Oil for less than $10 a barrel is on the horizon. Will OPEC blink first?
OPEC has portrayed itself as a source of stability in a chaotic world.
The coronavirus pandemic may be influencing our dreams
The main function of dreams is to process emotions, which for many people are heightened during the pandemic.       
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Chinese rights lawyer reportedly released after 4 years in prison
BEIJING — Wang Quanzhang, a well-known Chinese rights lawyer, was released from prison Sunday after being held for more than four years, his wife said. It was unclear whether he would be allowed to return to Beijing, where he practiced and lived with his wife and young son. Police took him to his house in...
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Trump's popularity bump may have already plateaued ahead of schedule
Poll of the week: A new AP-NORC poll finds that President Donald Trump's approval rating stands at 44%, while disapproval rating comes in at 56% among registered voters.
Donald Trump's supreme challenge
In the absence of a powerful government, human life is "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short," wrote British philosopher Thomas Hobbes 369 years ago. That dire picture seemed especially apt this week.
For Browns' Denzel Ward, helping less fortunate during coronavirus pandemic is personal
Denzel Ward will provide relief for 21 service workers and small business owners who have lost livelihoods during coronavirus crisis.
Coping with extreme Easter disruption: Chief religion correspondent Lauren Green
Fox News chief religion correspondent Lauren Green observed that while the coronavirus pandemic will prove "extremely disruptive," for many of the Christian faithful celebrating Easter, theologians stress that solitary worship may have its own spiritual benefits.
Biden says call with Trump over coronavirus response hasn't happened
Former Vice President Joe Biden said a suggested call between himself and President Donald Trump about the novel coronavirus response hasn’t happened.
Florida firefighter hospitalized with coronavirus gets surprise at window from colleagues, says 'this is love'
A firefighter in Florida may have been in isolation while recovering from the coronavirus, but his department made sure he wouldn't feel alone.
A grateful nation thanks Dr. Anthony Fauci
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director's often-blunt realism about the coronavirus pandemic has won him many fans, who show their appreciation in surprising and humorous ways
Coronavirus updates: U.S. deaths top 8,500 as Trump warns of "toughest week" ahead
The country is bracing for what is likely to be the deadliest week of the pandemic in the U.S. thus far.
Blackwell to pastor: Do you believe in the coronavirus science?
CNN's Victor Blackwell speaks with Pastor Tony Spell, who has decided to keep his Louisiana church open as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread in the US.
Spain's coronavirus death toll rises by 674 but pace keeps slowing
The rate of new coronavirus infections and deaths in Spain slowed again on Sunday as the country, suffering from one of the world's worst outbreaks of the pandemic, began its fourth week under a near-total lockdown.
Common opponent Dustin Poirier predicts potential Conor McGregor vs. Justin Gaethje fight
Dustin Poirier is one of a select few who has shared the octagon with both Conor McGregor and Justin Gaethje.        Related StoriesEx-UFC champ Cody Garbrandt planning flyweight drop after final bantamweight stopShamil Gamzatov out of UFC on ESPN+ 31 fight vs. Ovince Saint PreuxDana White named in sex-tape lawsuit; UFC boss says case is 'bull(expletive)'
Stress baking? Then you need to try this revolutionary bread technique
This pan-roasted honey brioche from Dyan Ng, pastry chef at Auburn, introduces a pastry technique that's ideal for stress-relief during coronavirus.
South L.A.'s renaissance was decades in the making. The coronavirus could end it in weeks
The economic devastation from the coronavirus is threatening to end a revival of black-owned businesses in South L.A. just as it's getting started.
This day in sports: Lakers' Kareem Abdul-Jabbar breaks NBA career scoring record
On April 5, 1984, in the Lakers' win over the Jazz, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar surpassed Wilt Chamberlain to become the NBA's all-time scoring leader.
Editorial: Social distancing worked against the deadly 1918 flu. It will work against the coronavirus
The 1918 pandemic has lessons for the 2020. Namely, we got through it. And social distancing works.
America shows its gratitude for Dr. Anthony Fauci
The head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has become the face of the nation's pandemic response. Lee Cowan talks about how Dr. Anthony Fauci, the most-trusted voice in the administration's efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus, has earned plenty of admirers — and some good-natured displays of appreciation.