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Grubhub is charging restaurants more through a coronavirus promotion.
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latimes.com
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Rural governors tell Trump of supply shortages
They warned that despite the worsening coronavirus situation in New York and other urban areas, more sparsely populated parts of the country need help, too.
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cbsnews.com
Tiger King Chose the Wrong Villain
Why does a series about animal mistreatment make an animal welfare crusader its villain?
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slate.com
Ford To Build 50,000 Ventilators At Michigan Auto Parts Plant
The automaker is working with GE Health to build a simple ventilator licensed from a small medical technology firm. The government has been pushing automakers to help make the vital medical equipment.
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npr.org
Florida man kills girlfriend, her lover after finding them having sex: police
A Florida man killed his girlfriend and her lover after bonding out of jail on a manslaughter charge — saying he “lost it” when he found them having sex in his Florida home, according to cops. Kenyatta Bellamy, 50, left Osceola County jail last Tuesday after a year inside for failing to appear in court...
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nypost.com
Temporary hospitals set up in Central Park and around NYC
Temporary hospitals are being set up in Central Park, a convention center, and on a ship as New York scrambles to increase the state's healthcare system capacity.
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edition.cnn.com
Pictures Show Hospital Ship USNS Comfort Docking In New York Harbor
Hospital ship USNS Comfort arrived at New York City's Pier 90 on Monday morning to provide additional medical services to non-coronavirus patients.
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newsweek.com
Watch live: Trump says U.S. is "putting it all on the line this 30 days"
The Coronavirus Task Force holds a briefing at the White House.
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cbsnews.com
Dr. Ashish Jha: Rising coronavirus numbers in Georgia, Florida, Louisiana are 'making me really worried'
Parts of the Southeast could be the next epicenter of the coronavirus contagion in the United States, according to Harvard Global Health Institute Director Dr. Ashish Jha.
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foxnews.com
“He’s Walking the Tightrope.” How Donald Trump is Getting Out His Message on Coronavirus
Most evenings for more than a month, Americans across the country tuned in to watch President Donald Trump give his regular coronavirus briefing. Trump typically spends more than an hour standing behind the podium in the White House briefing room or the Rose Garden, praising his Administration’s response to the pandemic, highlighting the news of…
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time.com
Judge declines to release detained immigrant families, for now
James Boasberg demands videos of detention centers and says CDC guidelines to fight coronavirus must be enforced.
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politico.com
Coronavirus: U.S. Still Seeing Thousands Of Flights, Despite A Drop In Air Travel
"The U.S. domestic market is so large that even a substantial decrease leaves a lot of traffic in the sky," says Ian Petchenik, of the aviation tracking site Flightradar24.com.
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npr.org
5-year-old has trash party 3rd year in a row
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edition.cnn.com
Trump to roll back fuel economy standards, reversing major effort to combat climate change
The White House is likely to finalize plans to weaken fuel-economy standards, undoing the biggest single step the U.S. has taken to fight global warming.
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latimes.com
Trauma physician treating coronavirus patients worries ''we are slowly descending into chaos'
The latest projections on coronavirus in the US are so alarming, there was virtually no choice but to extend social distancing guidelines, two top infectious disease experts said.
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edition.cnn.com
Upper West Side man jumps to his death
A 57-year-old man jumped to his death from the window of his Upper West Side apartment, cops said Monday. The man, who remains unidentified, leapt from the window of his 12th floor apartment on Central Park West near 94th Street just before 9:30 a.m., according to police. His body was found in the rear courtyard...
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nypost.com
Justice Department launches inquiry of senators who sold large chunks of stock ahead of coronavirus market slide
The four senators deny wrongdoing, and Sen. Richard Burr has asked for an Ethics Committee review. The Justice Department inquiry is in early stages.       
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usatoday.com
House Democrats eye ambitious fourth coronavirus bill
House Democratic leaders laid out their priorities for an ambitious fourth coronavirus response package on Monday, saying they hope to pass bipartisan legislation with more direct payments for individuals, money for state and local governments, and funding for infrastructure.
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edition.cnn.com
7-year-old boy spends life savings to make care packages for the elderly
7-year-old Cavanaugh Bell spent his entire life savings – $600 – to buy groceries for the elderly during the coronavirus outbreak. So far, he's given out over 125 care packages to seniors in Maryland – and his ultimate goal is even bigger.
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cbsnews.com
Wall Street's rally rolls on, aided by health care stocks
Investors were buoyed by health care companies announcing developments that could slow the pandemic.
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cbsnews.com
Police arrest Florida pastor for holding church services despite stay-at-home order
Sheriff's deputies on Monday arrested evangelical pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, who has hosted large church services despite public orders urging residents to stay home to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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edition.cnn.com
USNS Comfort docks in NY 10 days after Rachel Maddow said it would take 'weeks'
The USNS Comfort arrived Monday at the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak in the United States just 10 days after MSNBC host Rachel Maddow told her viewers it was “nonsense” to think the ship could be ready to help New Yorkers this quickly.
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foxnews.com
An inside look at the Central Park field hospital, which will include morgue
Here’s an inside look at the makeshift field hospital being built in Central Park for coronavirus victims, with staffers adding that the tented facility will include a pop-up morgue. “We’re triage — just like any hospital,” said a staffer with the charity group erecting the medical site around the park’s 97th Street Transverse and Fifth Avenue, adding...
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nypost.com
Man dresses as bush to sneak out during coronavirus lockdown
It’s amazing what people can do when they have some extra free time.
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foxnews.com
The most ‘frustrating’ part of Yankees, Mets managers’ coronavirus wait
Aaron Boone and Luis Rojas still have jobs to do. As Major League Baseball waits to see when — or if — games will be played this year, the New York managers have had plenty of time to stay in touch with their respective players. “We have been in constant communication over the phone. It...
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nypost.com
Abortion in Texas will resume, despite Attorney General orders
A federal judge halted Texas's temporary ban on abortion, allowing the procedure to resume despite the state's suspension of "non-essential" procedures.
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cbsnews.com
Neil deGrasse Tyson on why 'Cosmos' is even more important in the coronavirus era
Neil deGrasse Tyson's revival of "Cosmos" underlines the importance of science, at a time when the astrophysicist says it's more important than ever.       
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usatoday.com
City district attorneys rip de Blasio over planned release of high-risk inmates
The city’s five district attorneys and the Big Apple’s special narcotics prosecutor sent a letter to Mayor Bill de Blasio and his correction commissioner Monday slamming them for the planned release of violent inmates amid the coronavirus pandemic. The DA’s from Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, and Staten Island and special narcotics prosecutor Bridget Brennan,...
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nypost.com
Ransomware Attacks Are the Last Things Hospitals Need Now
In response to coronavirus-related cybercrime, a number of cybersecurity first responders have sprung up to help health care organizations.
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slate.com
Nevada Paints Social Distancing Boxes in Parking Lot For Homeless People to Sleep Iin
Social distancing lines are drawn around homeless people as they sleep in a Las Vegas parking lot.
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newsweek.com
CNN poll: US divided on government response to coronavirus
CNN's Jake Tapper shares the latest numbers from a CNN poll showing how Americans feel about the federal government's response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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edition.cnn.com
Mexico's López Obrador shakes hands with mother of 'El Chapo' despite coronavirus warnings, video shows
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has come under fire for visiting the mother of Mexico's most well-known drug lord over the weekend, at the same time the government is pleading with its citizens to stay indoors amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
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foxnews.com
As health officials feared, coronavirus outbreak invading nursing homes
The coronavirus outbreak raced through four nursing homes over the weekend, infecting hundreds of residents at senior living facilities and killing at least five people. At a press conference Monday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan called the outbreak in one senior home north of Baltimore “deeply concerning,” as the virus leaves a mounting toll at facilities around the country. At the 104-bed facility in Mt. Airy, Maryland, 66 residents tested positive, 11 have been hospitalized, and one elderly man died from the illness. “As we have been warning for weeks, older Marylanders and those with underlying health conditions are more vulnerable and at a significantly higher risk of contracting this disease,” Hogan said in a statement. “Multiple state agencies are on the scene and working closely with the local health department and the facility as they take urgent steps to protect additional residents and staff who may have been exposed.” Advocates for nursing home safety and the companies...
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abcnews.go.com
Chaplain holds confessions in Peoria Notre Dame baseball dugout
In a time of coronavirus anxiety, parishioners find peace in makeshift outdoor confessional.        
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usatoday.com
Take a Moment to Dip Into the Miniature World of This Library For Birds Livestream
Truly for the birds
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time.com
Andrew Cuomo’s bid to ram industrial wind, solar plants down locals’ throats
Gov. Andrew Cuomo deserves credit for his handling (so far) of the coronavirus pandemic. But not so for his push to eliminate residents’ ability to decide for themselves if they want industrial-scale wind and solar projects in their towns. Upstate communities that don’t want such projects blighting their communities have a legal right to veto...
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nypost.com
How to boil water: The easiest way to stir-fried vegetables
This simple formula for stir-fried vegetables uses only three ingredients and doesn't require a wok. It's an ideal base technique for any stir-fry dish.
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latimes.com
The moral calculus of sanctions amid coronavirus crisis
Never let a crisis go to waste.
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edition.cnn.com
Rome cardinal tests positive for coronavirus, Vatican announces
A cardinal with the Rome diocese has tested positive for coronavirus on Monday, according to the Vatican. The report said the cardinal is doing well.
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foxnews.com
UPDATE 1-Ford, GE to produce 50,000 ventilators in 100 days
Ford Motor Co said on Monday it will produce 50,000 ventilators over the next 100 days at a plant in Michigan in cooperation with General Electric's healthcare unit, and can then build 30,000 per month as needed to treat patients afflicted with the coronavirus.
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reuters.com
The massage gun that everyone's talking about is finally on sale
Massage guns are all the rage right now, and you get not one but three on sale at Theragun right now thanks to this deal.       
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usatoday.com
Virus impact hits Golden Gate Bridge revenue
Due to a severe decline of drivers paying tolls during the coronavirus crisis, San Francisco's iconic Golden Gate Bridge is losing $3 million each week. Funds are needed for seismic retrofits and the near constant maintenance. (March 30)       
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usatoday.com
Stop the Attacks on Anthony Fauci, and Listen to Him
Readers urge the country — and President Trump — to heed the infectious-disease expert.
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nytimes.com
Celeb ‘Tiger King’ fans fighting over roles in future movie
“Tiger King” is the latest true crime docuseries to captivate the public — and celebs are no exception. The Netflix series, which follows the wild story of incarcerated former zoo-owner Joseph Maldonado-Passage, a k a “Joe Exotic,” and involves everything from polygamy to murder to mullets to wild animals, has given the world the perfect ridiculous distraction...
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nypost.com
This cafe is changing lives by hiring young people who've aged out of the foster care system
In 2019, Francois Reihani opened La La Land Kind Cafe, a small, all organic coffee shop in Dallas, Texas, that provides support and jobs to youth who have outgrown the foster care system.
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edition.cnn.com
Coronavirus aid questions answered: Am I eligible for $500 per-child payment?
One of the cornerstones of the $2 trillion coronavirus aid package enacted by President Trump Friday is the direct payment of money from the federal government to individuals and families, but many Americans are wondering: Do they qualify and if so, how much?
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foxnews.com
Shemar Moore buys and lists in the San Fernando Valley
Actor Shemar Moore of "Criminal Minds" fame has bought a newly built home in Tarzana and listed his old house in Encino for sale at $2.596 million.
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latimes.com
NY state prison guards beg Cuomo to protect workers from coronavirus
ALBANY — New York’s correctional officers union is begging Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state prison system to outfit all prison and jail guards with personal protective equipment to help stifle the potential spread of coronavirus between inmates and employees working in close quarters. Fifty-six officers and sergeants tested positive for the virus as of...
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nypost.com