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Trump Says U.S. Government's 'Holding Back' 10,000 Ventilators for 'Surge' in Coronavirus Infections
"We have to hold them back because the surge is coming and it's coming pretty strong," Trump said Tuesday.
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newsweek.com
Defense Secretary discusses military's fight against coronavirus
Defense Secretary Mark Esper spoke with "CBS Evening News" to discuss the U.S. military's fight against coronavirus.
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Trump: America faces ‘rough two weeks’ in coronavirus battle
President Trump issued a grim warning to Americans on Tuesday that the country would face a spike in deaths from the coronavirus pandemic in coming weeks before the situation started to improve. “This is going to be a rough two weeks. As a nation, we face a difficult few weeks as we approach that really...
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Trump says federal government is holding back almost 10,000 ventilators
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In effort to tackle coronavirus, Northwestern Medicine launches antiviral drug trial
The first participants have been enrolled by Illinois-based Northwestern Medicine in a new clinical drug trial that aims to tackle coronavirus.
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Testing blindspots will make it harder to slow the spread of disease
The next coronavirus hotspots are in states like Georgia, Oklahoma and Michigan, that aren’t testing enough.
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politico.com
Jim Sturgess dishes on new Apple show ‘Home Before Dark’
Apple’s new series “Home Before Dark” is a crime drama with child reporters. It’s based on the true story of Hilde Lysiak (played by Brooklynn Prince), a 9-year-old journalist who broke a local murder story in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, in 2016. (Her name in the series is Hilde Lisko.) Jim Sturgess, who stars as her father,...
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28 Texas Spring Breakers Test Positive for Coronavirus After Group Vacation to Mexico
The group of approximately 70 spring breakers in their 20s headed to Mexico in a chartered plane about a week and a half ago.
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A week before primary, Wisconsin faces poll worker shortage
Jurisdictions say they're short almost 7,000 poll workers.
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Bears WR Allen Robinson on mission to feed hungry kids affected by coronavirus pandemic
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is on a mission to feed children in struggling communities who have been affected the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus ending outdoor hoops
What I'm Hearing: Local basketball courts are being locked down due to coronavirus.        
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US Army issuing volunteer call up of Individual Ready Reserve members to fight coronavirus
The US Army has begun calling up members of the Individual Ready Reserve on a voluntary basis in order to help combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, another sign that the US military is seeking to bolster its medical capability as the pandemic continues to spread.
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Watch live: White House projects at least 100,000 deaths with full mitigation efforts
President Trump said the next two weeks will be "very, very painful."
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Kennedy Center boss tells staff $25M coronavirus handout won’t save them
WASHINGTON — Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts executives lobbied lawmakers for a $25 million handout in the massive coronavirus stimulus package signed into law by President Trump last week but were planning to lay-off staff regardless, leaked audio of an internal conference call reveals. In the March 26 call, KCPA President Deborah Rutter told...
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What happens if you can't pay rent on April 1 because coronavirus forced you out of work?
Congress and many states and localities are protecting tenants, and landlords, who can't pay their rent or mortgages because of the coronvirus.      
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This is exactly how narrow Bernie Sanders' path is
In an interview with late-night host Seth Meyers, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders argued that while his chances of beating former Vice President Joe Biden for the Democratic nomination aren't great that chance still does exist.
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How to Take Care of Yourself and Others With COVID-19
Despite all the sanitizing, social distancing, hand washing, and trying not to touch your face, you've come down with a fever and cough. Chances are you have a viral infection. It could be the flu, sinusitis or the illness everyone on the planet is talking about: the novel coronavirus. Now what?
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newsweek.com
Pro-life ministry reports nearly $150G in material, financial assistance within months after launching
A new pro-life ministry has helped provide nearly $150,000 in financial and material relief for pregnant and new mothers since launching in October, the head of the group told Fox News.
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‘Authoritarian’ coronavirus rules and other commentary
From the right: ‘Authoritarian’ Corona Rules The coronavirus pandemic is “an urgent public-health concern,” but it doesn’t excuse “stay-at-home orders enforceable by criminal law,” which DC, Virginia and Maryland issued Monday, following other states — and which, The Washington Examiner’s Tom Rogan writes, are “patently authoritarian.” While it’s “appropriate” for governments to “advise their citizens...
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Many states are helping renters avoid evictions during coronavirus pandemic. These 12 are not
With millions of rent payments due on April 1, some states have issued eviction moratoriums. Meanwhile, landlords are worried about their future.      
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usatoday.com
Trump and Pelosi want infrastructure in next coronavirus bill
The last time they saw each other she tore up his speech. But now House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Trump are reading from the same script. Pelosi and Trump say they want major infrastructure spending in the next coronavirus bill, which is expected to emerge in the House as early as this month. Trump...
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11/28/17: Red and Blue
Pelosi, Schumer bail on White House meeting; Can GOP & Democrats reach a deal to avoid a shutdown?
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Coronavirus, Masks, Wildlife Safari: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Trump tells Americans to prepare for a ‘very tough two weeks,’ White House projects 100,000 to 200,000 coronavirus deaths
The White House coronavirus task force unveiled on Tuesday the extended guidelines to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States as a somber President Trump warned Americans that the country is in for “a very painful two weeks.”
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Donald Trump Warns of 'Very Very Tough Two Weeks' During Coronavirus Crisis
"I want every American to be prepared for the hard days ahead," Trump said. "We are going to go through a very tough two weeks."
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breitbart.com
In a Socially Distant World, Artists Are Forging a New Era of Online Performance
Social distancing has inspired a vibrant artistic ecosystem, made possible by an army of laptops and smartphones
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time.com
Confused on whether you need a mask or not? Gupta has the answer
CNN's Sanjay Gupta expands on Dr. Fauci's recommendation that Americans who are not sick should wear masks in public.
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9/28/17: Red and Blue
CBS News political director Steve Chaggaris and Molly Hooper of The Hill join "Red & Blue" to discuss the fallout over Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price's private air travel; A poll of likely midterm voters from Firehouse Strategies finds 64 percent say the President Trump should focus on topics other than football protests.
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9/27/17: Red and Blue
Trump takes tax framework on the road; border wall prototype begins
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10/3/17: Red and Blue
President Trump faces two crises as he travels to Puerto Rico ahead of Las Vegas; Supreme court hears arguments on partisan district maps
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10/16/17: Red and Blue
President Trump to look into Drug Czar pick; Former Vice President Joe Biden awards Senator John McCain the Liberty Medal.
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Mega Millions Drawing For 03/31/20: Tuesday Jackpot is $113 Million
The Mega Millions jackpot for 03/31/20 is $113 million, with a cash option of $90.3 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
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Shaq calls for family dance-off against other NBA stars while social distancing
Shaquille O’Neal is having fun with his sons during the coronavirus quarantine.
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Trump’s Right: Bring Back Infrastructure Week
We absolutely should try to boost the economy by building things. The president's only wrong on the details.
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slate.com
Billy Raffoul's 2020 Social Distancing Tour
The Canadian singer-songwriter was in the midst of a promotional tour when COVID-19 forced him off the road, but the show goes on. Rick Damigella reports
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Wireless bra sales up 40 percent as women work from home amid coronavirus
Don’t fence them in. Purchases of comfy wireless bras have nearly doubled since the coronavirus pandemic has forced women to work from home. That’s according to UK-based retailer Figleaves, which says sales of non-wired bras and bralettes are up 40 percent this week compared to the same week last year. The lingerie label says customers...
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Stratolaunch to launch hypersonic vehicles from world's biggest airplane
Stratolaunch has announced a new use for the world's largest airplane.
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Las Vegas Placing Homeless Encampments in Parking Lots as Critics Point to Empty Hotels
In California, Gov. Gavin Newsom has pledged hotel rooms to help homeless people during the pandemic
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time.com
Coronavirus government response updates: Guidelines matter of 'life and death': Trump
President Donald Trump has abruptly changed his messaging from "packed churches" on Easter and extended the White House coronavirus guidelines through the month of April.
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What's lost in the rush to online learning
David Perry writes that the massive rush to move K-12 education online is a mistake because it's going to intensify pre-existing inequities and it just doesn't feel necessary. Instead we should take the school year off and take our time in developing a more resilient and flexible distant learning system for the next time we will need it.
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L.A. restaurants will be allowed to sell grocery items
Embattled restaurants are selling groceries to stay afloat. But is it legal?
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latimes.com
This chic children's clothing and toy brand is running a sitewide discount
The upscale children's boutique Maisonette is running a sale that'll help you save on toys, clothes, and more.       
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usatoday.com
Sen. Rick Scott sounds alarm over WHO's coronavirus response, calls for inquiry
Sen. Rick Scott on Tuesday called for a congressional investigation into the World Health Organization, accusing the agency of helping China cover up the extent of the coronavirus and promoting misinformation. 
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Chrissy Teigen celebrates the 10th anniversary of her breast implants
Chrissy Teigen is always the first one to make fun of herself -- even when it comes to plastic surgery.
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Pro Baseball Players Still Getting Paid During Coronavirus Shutdown, Some at $4,775 per Day
A minor-league player on the low end will receive $275 per day, or more than $8,000 a month while the shutdown continues. Veteran stars will receive up to $143,000 per month while not playing.
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Dean Skelos seeks early release over coronavirus fears, but prosecutors push back
Former New York state senator Dean Skelos is seeking to end his federal prison sentence early because of fears over coronavirus — but prosecutors are arguing that he may well be safer behind bars than heading back to New York. Skelos filed a sealed emergency motion seeking to finish his term in home confinement, according...
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Grim Models Project High U.S. Toll
The White House released models showing the future course of the disease, and the C.D.C. is reviewing its guidance on wearing masks as new data suggests many people with no symptoms are infecting others.
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nytimes.com
Report of Drop in Hospitalizations Sounds Like Good News, But There's a Catch
Washington State reports dropping hospitalizations, and hospitals in San Francisco seeing less patient load than feared. But those facts require context.
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