Border Patrol agents find 26 illegal immigrants hiding inside tractor-trailer in California, officials say

Border Patrol agents arrested a man Wednesday after discovering 26 illegal immigrants hiding inside a tractor-trailer that was crossing into California at the U.S.-Mexico border, officials said.
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Today on Fox News: April 2, 2020
'I Will Bury You': Philippine's Duterte Warns That Anyone Breaking Coronavirus Lockdown Can Be Shot Dead
The Filipino island of Luzon — including the capital Manila — is under lockdown until at least April 14 as authorities try and contain the novel coronavirus.
A long way from their banner day, Nats fans can find solace in October memories
These are the Nationals who deserved acknowledgment at the home opener.
'The Good Doctor' Season 4: Why the Next Season Might Not Air Until 2021
"The Good Doctor" Season 4 might have a major production delay according to the latest news out of Vancouver, where the ABC series is filmed.
Spring snowstorm to cover the Plains
Spring warmth in the Northern Plains freezes as a winter storm pushes into the region. Some areas could even expect up to a foot of new snow. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.
Pakistan court overturns convictions in killing of American journalist Daniel Pearl
A local court in Pakistan on Thursday overturned the death sentence and murder convictions of the four men involved in the killing of US journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002.
US coronavirus deaths top 5,000, more states issue stay-at-home orders
Jared Kushner Told White House Meeting Andrew Cuomo Was Being Alarmist: 'New York Doesn't Need All the Ventilators'
The president's son-in-law is running a shadow coronavirus task force team, according to Vanity Fair.
Pakistani Court Overturns Murder Conviction in Death of Journalist Daniel Pearl
Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh could go free unless the government chooses to challenge the court decision, his lawyer said
Australian Airline Qantas Under Investigation for Suspending Cleaner Who Raised Concerns About Coronavirus
The cleaner was let go in February after saying it was not safe to work on a flight from China.
Patrick Novecosky: Pope John Paul II, who died exactly 15 years ago, taught us to have hope in troubled times
Fifteen years ago, the world bid farewell to a tenacious world leader whose life and words have much to offer us today.
Florida Man Breaks Quarantine Order to Travel Around Hawaii, is Arrested by Police
Under rules designed to limit the spread of COVID-19, there is a 14-day mandatory self-quarantine order in place for all incoming visitors to Hawaii that asks them to stay indoors. But one man from Tampa didn't listen.
Music never dies: “Bolero” busts out of coronavirus lockdown
Even with its members scattered far and wide by the coronavirus, an orchestra in France has managed to make sweet music in lockdown
Coronavirus deaths top 5,000 in US as more states issue stay-at-home orders
Grim news of coronavirus infections and fatalities continued in the U.S. on Wednesday, with the number of confirmed cases rising above 200,000 and the number of deaths surpassing 5,000.
Powerball Results, Numbers For 4/1/20: Did Anyone Win the $170 Million Jackpot on Wednesday (Last) Night?
The jackpot in last night's Powerball lottery draw was an estimated $170 million and the Power Play was X2.
WHO Director Says World Will Reach 1 Million Coronavirus Cases and 50,000 Deaths in the Next Few Days
"I am deeply concerned about the rapid escalation and global spread of infection," said Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
Cruise ships with hundreds of sick passengers to arrive off Florida coast early Thursday
A pair of cruise ships carrying more than 200 guests and crew with flu-like symptoms, including eight passengers who tested positive for Covid-19, were expected off Florida's coast early Thursday.
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Coronavirus crisis, cruise ships' arrival, Storytellers Project: 5 things to know Thursday
Michigan's governor will hold a coronavirus town hall, two more cruise ships are set to arrive in Florida and more news you need to know Thursday.       
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Chinese city bans eating dogs and cats in response to coronavirus
A city in southeastern China is banning the consumption of dogs and cats as well as wild animals due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Arizona's Hair and Nail Salon Workers Call on Governor to Take Them Off List of Essential Services: 'Absolutely Ridiculous'
Governor Doug Ducey has issued a stay-at-home order for Arizona, but the list of essential businesses to remain open includes barber shops and salons.
LSU’s Clyde Edwards-Helaire could be Jets’ option in NFL Draft 2020
When you make a list of the Jets’ biggest needs, it is easy to overlook running back. It is not as glaring of a hole as offensive line, cornerback, edge-rusher or wide receiver, but the Jets definitely need to add at this position and that could come in the draft. Despite plenty of speculation, Le’Veon...
Pakistan court overturns conviction in death of Daniel Pearl
A Pakistani court Thursday overturned the murder conviction of a British Pakistani man found guilty of the kidnapping and murder of Wall Street journalist Daniel Pearl.
Trump's Covid-19 lapse gives China an opening
Charles A. Kupchan writes that Donald Trump's bumbling Covid-19 response is pushing Europe toward China at the same time that the United States is pushing Europeans away from its close partnership with America.
South Africa rounds up homeless people into a sports stadium during lockdown
South Africa gathered homeless people into a sports stadium. Here too, coronavirus divides rich from poor
So far more than 1,300 people have been confirmed with the disease in South Africa, but authorities are bracing for the worst.
The magnitude of the crisis confronting Trump -- and the rest of us
With President Trump warning of “a very, very painful two weeks” -- and obviously it could be longer than that -- the reckoning seems to have arrived.
Scrambling for Cash? Cut Out the Middle Man
British conventions protecting shareholders are being sacrificed for speedy and decisive cash injections. The trade-offs are worth it.
Coronabonds Could Save Europe, or Sink It
It’s too bad the European Union is talking about “euro bonds 2.0” again, when it should be talking about “Hamilton bonds.”
Newsom and Cuomo have been top leaders in the coronavirus crisis. Don't count on them to challenge Biden
Both governors are doing a statesman-like job leading their states through the surging coronavirus pandemic.
The Beekeeper Making Electronic Music With Bee
Everyone’s buzzing about Bioni. He’s a British beekeeper and producer making electronic music incorporating the sounds of bees. You can’t really bring bees into a recording studio, of course. They’d swarm the mic. So Bioni records the insects buzzing in their hives using homemade equipment. He extracts samples from the recordings and data, and processes the sounds through his Hive Synthesizer, which uses honey as an organic electrical resistor. People at music festivals all around the world can dance to Bioni’s beats and learn about colony collapse disorder at the same time. Bees have been dying at an alarming rate, and we need to save these pollinators if agriculture is to survive.
When Giants could look for Saquon Barkley backup in 2020 NFL Draft
There is no debate as to the quality of the player, but the debate rages on as to where Saquon Barkley was taken in the 2018 NFL Draft. Should a running back ever go off the board at No. 2? The Giants said yes two years ago. Based on positional value, evidence a serviceable player...
Los Angeles mayor tells 4 million to wear masks
The mayor of Los Angeles urged 4 million residents to wear masks to combat the coronavirus when they walk out in public. Mayor Eric Garcetti reminded people to practice safe social distancing as he donned a black cloth mask to make his point. (April 2)
Lori Loughlin and 13 other defendants move to dismiss charges in college admissions scandal
Attorneys for parents in the college admissions scandal case, including Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, filed a collection of motions to the dismiss charges against them in Massachusetts federal court Wednesday.
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Malaysian government apologizes after advising wives to avoid 'nagging' during coronavirus lockdown
The Malaysian government was forced to apologize after its Women's Development Department published a series of sexist "tips" to help deal with the ongoing coronavirus lockdown, including advising women to continue to wear makeup and to "avoid nagging."
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Court overturns conviction in killing of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl
A court in Pakistan on Thursday overturned the death sentence and murder conviction of a British-born militant for the 2002 slaying of journalist Daniel Pearl. A lawyer for the militant, Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, said his client’s sentence had been reduced to seven years in prison for the charge of kidnapping, according to Agence France-Presse....
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Asia may have been right about coronavirus and face masks, and the rest of the world is coming around
In the coming weeks, if they have not already, your government is likely to begin advising you to wear a face mask to protect against coronavirus.
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America sees its deadliest day yet from coronavirus and stops shipping personal protective equipment overseas
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Duterte warns those who violate coronavirus lockdown will be shot dead
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ordered police and military in the country on Wednesday to kill troublemakers who violate coronavirus lockdown measures.
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Virginia man jailed in killing of wheelchair-bound wife
A Virginia man is accused of shooting and killing his wheelchair-bound wife, and a judge has ordered him held without bond
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Women use code words at pharmacies to escape domestic violence
On Sunday, a woman walked into a pharmacy in the French city of Nancy, one of the few public places still open after the government imposed a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of a dangerous virus.
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How Jets gained some flexibility after NFL free agency
Jets general manager Joe Douglas recapped his free-agency attack on Wednesday, saying the team wants to be “strategic and disciplined.” “I feel like we needed to really build a foundation moving forward of the right type of people and the right kind of depth on our team,” Douglas said on a conference call with reporters....
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Coronavirus live updates: cases top 930,000 globally
The novel coronavirus pandemic continues to impact countries worldwide, particularly in Europe and the US. Follow here for live updates.
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Trillions in Rescue Aren’t Coming From China
Breaking out special last-ditch bonds won’t raise stimulus to levels the world hopes. Beijing is too constrained.
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Coronavirus updates: U.S. COVID-19 cases surpass 215,000
More than 5,000 people have died from the disease nationwide. Emergency room doctors tell CBS News the pandemic scares them more than anything they've ever dealt with.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: States Plead for Resources and Order Residents to Stay Home
The U.S. government has nearly emptied its emergency stockpile of protective medical supplies.
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