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Bolton says he hopes book is not 'suppressed' by White House

John Bolton, the former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, raised concern on Monday about his unpublished book being "suppressed" by the White House and suggested he should be able to respond to the president's tweets about him.
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Scotland’s top medical official resigns after ignoring own coronavirus advice
Scotland’s chief medical officer resigned Sunday after two consecutive weekend trips to her summer home — violating her own advice to stay home during the coronavirus outbreak. Catherine Calderwood announced her departure in a statement after conferring with Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Calderwood said the two agreed her actions risked distracting from the “hugely...
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Rick Pitino wins bet with son on Brock Lesnar-Drew McIntyre WrestleMania 36 match
Rick Pitino picked up his first win as Iona coach. His son Richard’s Minnesota team appears headed to New Rochelle to play the Gaels this season after dad won the two’s friendly WrestleMania 36 Twitter bet to decide who hosts this year’s clash. The Rick Pitino-backed Drew McIntyre defeated Brock Lesnar for the WWE championship...
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After a Georgia Mayor Closed Beaches to Stop Crowds, the Governor Reopened Them
The clash has thrust tiny Tybee Island, Ga., into a thorny debate: How much can officials curtail freedoms during the coronavirus crisis?
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Where Nets’ Garret Temple stands amid coronavirus pause
Part 15 of a series analyzing the Brooklyn Nets. Garrett Temple may not have COVID-19, but with four Nets teammates having tested positive, and a family that’s always been about service, the gravity of this pandemic isn’t lost on him. Little is. Service has been a part of Garrett Temple’s family for generations, including his father...
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2 Arrested After Doctor and Her Husband Were Found Shot Dead at University of Wisconsin
Police have said the couple was targeted
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Man allegedly tried to burn disabled wife after learning he didn’t qualify for relief check
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A New Mexico man is facing charges after police say he became enraged he didn’t qualify for a COVID-19-related stimulus check and tried to set his wife on fire. The Albuquerque Journal reports Joe Macias was arrested Wednesday shortly following an argument with his disabled wife, where he allegedly doused her with gasoline. The...
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Stelter: Federal response to pandemic is a 9/11-level failure
There's a lot of revisionist history being written right now. Lots of digging of the so-called memory hole. Pro-Trump media outlets are trying to bury the Trump White House's failures to fully protect the country from this pandemic.
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Woody Harrelson latest star sharing coronavirus conspiracy theories tied to 5G
Wild conspiracy theories linking 5G networks to the coronavirus pandemic are being blamed for a spate of attacks on UK cellphone towers — and are even being spread by celebrities such as Woody Harrelson.
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LeBron James' 'I Promise' documentary series debuts on Quibi
A documentary series detailing the successes and challenges at LeBron James' "I Promise School' debuts Monday on Quibi.       
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NFL Draft 2020: This Jets trend may be coming to an end
The Jets used their first-round pick on a defensive lineman a year ago. Though Quinnen Williams, taken No. 3 overall, did not have a dominant rookie season, the Jets remain encouraged about his potential. With Williams leading the way, the Jets have a pretty deep defensive line and it seems unlikely they would use a...
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump’s Advisers Spar Over Untested Drug
For the second straight day, the president pushed the use of hydroxychloroquine, which has not been proven effective in treating the coronavirus. Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain has been hospitalized for testing.
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Washington state returns hundreds of federal ventilators for use in New York
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said Sunday that the state will return more than 400 ventilators of the 500 it has received from the federal government so they can go to New York and other states hit harder by the coronavirus. The Democratic governor said Sunday that his statewide stay-at-home order and weeks...
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This Day in History: April 6
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is organized by Joseph Smith; the first modern Olympic games formally open.
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil slips on oversupply fears, but stocks jump on virus slowdown hopes
Oil prices skidded on Monday after Saudi-Russian negotiations to cut output were delayed, keeping oversupply concerns alive, while stocks jumped as investors were encouraged by a slowdown in coronavirus-related deaths and new cases.
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Miss Manners: Engaged couple have their priorities upside down
They picked the venue and the guest list, then told the parents, who helped foot the bill.
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Hints From Heloise: Summer jobs for kids
Reader wonders why more teens aren’t earning money for college.
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Ask Amy: Covid-19 pushes one spouse out of bed
Husband is anxious about spreading virus but reader thinks he’s overreacting.
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Carolyn Hax: With this loving offer, the logistics will follow
Being there for you at the end of your life can be family’s privilege, not their burden.
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William Frankland, allergy authority who helped popularize pollen counts, dies at 108
He conducted some of the first experiments on allergen immunotherapy, or allergy shots.
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Reporters Without Masks Grill Trump About Not Wearing a Mask
Reporters at the White House press briefing on Sunday repeatedly asked President Donald Trump why he chose not to wear a medical mask.
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Duran Duran's John Taylor reveals he tested positive for coronavirus, but is 'feeling okay'
Duran Duran bassist John Taylor said he revealed his positive coronavirus test to show the virus "isn't always a killer."       
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Google searches may be useful tool in coronavirus fight, economist says
An economist and expert on big data penned an op-ed in the New York Times Sunday that said Google search terms may help health officials determine the next coronavirus hot spot.
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Bronx Zoo says tiger did not get human coronavirus test
The coronavirus test administered to the Bronx Zoo tiger that tested positive for the illness is different from ones given to humans, according to the zoo’s chief veterinarian. “The COVID-19 testing that was performed on our Malayan tiger Nadia was performed in a veterinary school laboratory and is not the same test as is used...
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Dick Morris: 'Perfectly Possible for Cuomo to Replace Biden' as Dem Nominee
During Sunday's "The Cats Roundtable" on New York AM 970 radio, political commentator and former Bill Clinton adviser Dick Morris weighed in on the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination to take on President Donald Trump.
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Blitzer: Let's not forget, these are not just numbers
CNN's Wolf Blitzer says thank you to the doctors, nurses and essential workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
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ACM's 'Our Country': 8 uplifting moments from the TV special that offered viewers hope, togetherness
Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Eric Church and more sang to a TV audience from their homes, with songs that offered comfort and catharsis.       
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Schiff: 'I Don't Think We Can Rely on What We Hear from China'
House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) on Sunday's "Kasie DC" on MSNBC weighed in on the Chinese government's handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Surfing helps kids overcome trauma
' Waves for Change' is a NGO using surf therapy to provide social and mental health services to kids from some of the country's most at risk communities i n South Africa.
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A rainy week is on tap for Southern California
A slow-moving weather system is expected to deliver April showers and mountain snow.
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Stephen Moore on Coronavirus Impact: 'We Are Facing a Potential Great Depression Scenario'
Sunday on New York AM 970 radio's "The Cats Roundtable," economist Stephen Moore weighed in on the potential impact of the coronavirus to the United States economy.
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The Firefly Fun House Match Took John Cena on a Trip at WrestleMania 36
"The Fiend" got retribution for WrestleMania 30
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Bobby Mitchell, Hall of Famer and the Redskins’ First Black Star, Dies at 84
He played four seasons with the Cleveland Browns and seven with the Redskins, the last N.F.L. team of his time to integrate.
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Defensive line glut will put Giants’ ‘hog mollies’ love to NFL Draft test
Well, look here, a place where the Giants are not in dire need of upgrading. No one is saying the big guys up-front on defense are the second coming of the Purple People Eaters or the Fearsome Foursome, but there is some talent on the roster and it is easy to envision this being a...
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Critical Condition, Talking to the Past
Struggling in a coronavirus-ravaged economy; And, Holocaust survivors will be able to share their stories after death thanks to a new project
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With coronavirus apex still to come, some US hospitals reeling from capacity crunch
As the coronavirus crisis sweeps across the nation, hospitals administrators say their medical personnel are struggling to keep up with the flood of infected patients.
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Fired intelligence community watchdog breaks silence
Atkinson wrote that he was "legally obligated" to make sure whistleblowers had confidentially.
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Brazil's favelas are left to combat Covid-19 on their own
As Covid-19 spreads like wildfire in Brazil, those who live in densely populated hilltop slums, known as favelas, are left to fend for themselves. CNN's Michael Holmes reports.
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Islanders’ Jean-Gabriel Pageau in limbo, personally and professionally
Jean-Gabriel Pageau was in the middle of changing his life over. A native of Ottawa, Ontario, Pageau spent his entire eight-year NHL career with the Senators before he was traded to the Islanders at the trade deadline in February. Less than a month later, the NHL season was suspended indefinitely amid the coronavirus pandemic. The...
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U.S. Cut Hundreds of Millions From Public Health Budgets in Years Before Coronavirus
Between 2008 and 2017, state and local health departments lost more than 55,000 jobs — one-fifth of their workforce
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Ignoring Expert Opinion, Trump Again Promotes Use of Hydroxychloroquine
The president’s advocacy of the anti-malarial drug has created tensions in his administration, and fears among doctors that it could unnecessarily expose patients to risks.
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What's on TV Monday: The Plot Against America; Coronavirus
What's on TV Monday, April 6: The Plot Against America; Coronavirus TV Specials
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CBS Evening News, April 5, 2020
New York hospitals stretched thin as governor says state may be nearing coronavirus apex; Los Angeles woman celebrates 110th birthday amid coronavirus pandemic
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Bobby Mitchell, NFL great who broke Redskins color barrier, dead at 84
WASHINGTON — Bobby Mitchell, the speedy Hall of Famer who became the Washington Redskins’ first black player, has died. He was 84. Mitchell split his career with the Cleveland Browns and Redskins and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1983. The Hall of Fame said Sunday night that Mitchell’s family said...
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‘He had so many friends’: Family mourns beloved dad and granddad who died of coronavirus.
Sterling ‘Ruffin’ Maddox Jr., 78, died March 20 in Arlington.
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Heated disagreement breaks out in Situation Room over hydroxychloroquine
There was a heated disagreement in the Situation Room this weekend over the efficacy of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine -- but multiple sources say it was mostly one-sided, as President Donald Trump's top trade adviser Peter Navarro feuded with other officials over the drug's unproven effectiveness to treat coronavirus.
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What Europe is (and isn’t) buying during quarantine
Supermarket data from Italy, France and UK shows it’s boom time for staples and downtime for pricey items such as Champagne.
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'Jaws' actress Lee Fierro, whose Mrs. Kintner slapped Chief Brody, dies of coronavirus at 91
Lee Fierro, the Martha's Vineyard actress who found fame in an immortal scene in 1975's "Jaws," has died at 91 of coronavirus.       
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Rikers Island inmate dies of complications from coronavirus
An inmate from Rikers Island who tested positive for the coronavirus died in a Manhattan hospital on Sunday, jail officials said. The 53-year-old man was transferred from the sprawling jail facility to Bellevue Hospital on March 26 and eventually died there, according to Department of Correction spokesperson Peter Thorne. He’d been at the lock up...
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