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China virus outbreak threatens global drug supplies: European business group

The world's pharmacies may face a shortage of antibiotics and other drugs if supply problems from China's coronavirus outbreak cannot soon be resolved, the head of a European business group in China warned on Tuesday.
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Tribune Publishing, parent company to Daily News, is cutting salaries
Tribune Publishing, the parent company of the Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News, and the Baltimore Sun, late Thursday said it was asking employees across the company to take pay cuts ranging from 2 percent to 10 percent.
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Coronavirus outbreak: What is a 'car parade'?
The popularity of the festive fad has accelerated, as merrymakers shift gears to celebrate from a distance.
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foxnews.com
Booze is a window on the world
When you can't get out to explore, the spirits in your bar cart can transport you.
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'He needs to let his experts speak': Haley offers Trump messaging advice amid pandemic
She praised the president's willingness to "over-communicate."
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The 115-year-old Supreme Court opinion that could determine rights during a pandemic
When a US appeals court ruled this week that Texas could prevent physicians from performing abortions because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the judges leaned heavily on a 1905 Supreme Court decision against a Massachusetts man who had refused vaccination during a smallpox outbreak.
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Florida felons' voting rights case is now a class action lawsuit
A legal challenge against a Florida law that requires former felons to pay back all legal financial obligations before they vote is now a class action lawsuit.
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Malta, Accused of Disabling Migrant Boat, Flouts Port Closure by Rescuing Sinking Vessel Off Coast
The rescue comes a day after the government declared it could no longer guarantee the rescue or disembarkation of those seeking refuge and closed its harbors.
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New Trump attack ad appears to suggest Washington state’s former Asian American governor is a Chinese official
An image of Gary Locke, a Chinese American, is included in a spot that portrays former vice president Joe Biden as too cozy with China.
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From 'Ten Commandments' to 'Uncut Gems,' here are 12 great movies for Passover and Easter
"The Last Temptation of Christ," "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" and "Life of Brian" also make this critic's list of recommendations.
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Has Wall Street gone crazy?
Pelosi warns Trump against quick re-opening — Fed fires more giant bazookas
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Column: Coronavirus has created opportunities for, shall we say, quirky cures
Televangelist Jim Bakker is being sued over his promotion of a coronavirus cure. Then there's Scalar Light, a Florida company that says it can "disassemble pathogens" at the quantum level.
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‘Insecure’ is back — finally. Here’s what you need to know for Season 4.
The short Season 3 recap of "Insecure"? Issa and crew finally confronted what a hot mess they all are.
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Smaller, virtual or ham-less, our Easter meals will look different this year. Here’s how to keep it special.
We asked experts for advice.
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Mary Vought: Fighting coronavirus — 'Right-to-try' law can help us beat COVID-19
Frequently lost in the debate surrounding hydroxychloroquine and chloroqune is the fundamental principle of giving hope to individuals with life-threatening diseases.
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Column: California might behave as a 'nation-state.' But its power has limits
California has the ability to fight its own coronavirus war, but there are limits to the state's exceptionalism.
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Coronavirus delays put some Supreme Court cases in limbo. Trump may benefit
Supreme Court's delays caused by the coronavirus could work to President Trump's benefit.
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Now that we're all DIYing fabric face masks, this sewing maven has you covered
From her sunny home studio in Glendale, Mimi G is building an online sewing empire, one stitch at a time.
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Coronavirus hasn't slowed Iran's terrorism and proxy wars, analysts say
Coronavirus has ripped through Iran in recent months, prompting an outcry from the international community calling on the United States to lift heavy economic sanctions to help them fight the contagion. But according to many analysts, even with such a crippling pandemic, it has failed to curb its nefarious support of terrorist organizations and proxy wars.
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Alabama receiver Jerry Jeudy appears to be top catch of NFL draft
In an NFL draft filled with great wide receivers, Alabama's Jerry Jeudy tops the list of pass catchers.
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Medical community battles pandemic despite mounting fear and deaths
The medical community is gravely concerned about the constant COVID-19 exposure they are facing, coupled with a lack of protective equipment that forces hospital workers to conserve and reuse gear. Many, like veteran trauma surgeon and father of three Dr. Ronald Verrier, are falling victim to the virus. David Begnaud speaks to health care workers to hear their stories from the front lines.
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Why Isn’t the White House Using the Nation’s Pandemic Experts?
The White House should be using a pandemic advisory board to get expert input on things like the use of hydroxychloroquine.
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Editorial: NIMBYs stop a hotel from housing sick homeless people in Orange County
There's no place and precious little time for this kind of shameless obstructionism during a pandemic that is particularly ravaging older impoverished people already racked with medical problems — like the ones who would have been cared for at the Ayres Hotel.
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The Strokes, Hamilton Leithauser and More Release New Music: What You Should Listen to Today
There's a ton of new music that can keep you entertained while you're stuck in self-isolation.
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newsweek.com
A progressive congresswoman and a conservative senator want the federal government to pay workers’ salaries
Details of the proposals by Rep. Pramila Jayapal and Sen. Josh Hawley differ, but the general concept is the same.
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Illuminating slave owners’ crucial role in the expulsion of Native Americans
Claudio Saunt reminds readers that Indian dispossession wasn’t inevitable.
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If you could travel, ‘The Herd’ would be your ideal airplane novel
Andrea Bartz’s new book is perfect for fans of “Big Little Lies.”
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The Cold War roots of Putin’s digital-age intelligence strategy
The Soviet Union’s fall shapes the Russian leader’s espionage aims, Gordon Corera writes.
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What UFOs can tell us about life on Earth
Three books explore the meanings of alien encounters — real or otherwise.
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What almost everyone gets wrong about the Midwest
In a region presumed to be homogenous, Phil Christman sees multiplicity.
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Business owners face delays in critical SBA pandemic loans
A week after the Small Business Administration opened its Paycheck Protection Program to applicants affected by the coronavirus pandemic, many business owners say they are still having trouble accessing the crucial funds. The federal government is offering $348 billion in forgivable loans through the program. Jim Axelrod speaks to Americans who are struggling to get their promised relief for the CBS News series Financial Fallout.
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What you need to know about coronavirus on Friday, April 10
New York state now has more cases than any country in the world except the United States, but there is a glimmer of hope: the number of people hospitalized in the state is going down as deaths have gone up.
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Nancy Pelosi: Trump will 'make matters worse' if he reopens the country too quickly amid coronavirus
Nancy Pelosi also got in a jab at Donald Trump, saying she didn't have the time to "watch the president contradict himself on TV" in his briefings.        
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Liberty University wants two journalists brought up on charges
School led by big Trump backer Jerry Falwell Jr. seeking trespassing counts against them for doing stories on Liberty staying partly open during pandemic.
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Brewery with Paycheck loan says it's not what businesses need
Heather Sanborn worries that the way the emergency lending program is set up could leave her saddled with debt.
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A crisis mental-health hotline has seen an 891% spike in calls
People all over the nation are trying to cope with the new normal of life during a pandemic. Many are dealing with health issues, unemployment, grief and facing uncertainty what the future holds.
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Nikki Haley backs investigation of WHO's COVID-19 response: America deserves answers
The United States deserves answers from the World Health Organization (WHO) about their response to the COVID-19 pandemic, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley stated Friday.
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What coronavirus means for elite fliers
During past high-profile travel disruptions, such as the 9/11 terror attacks or the SARS outbreak in 2003, airline loyalty programs automatically extended elite status or relaxed the minimum qualifications. So what's happening during the coronavirus outbreak?
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Woman suffers fatal heart attack at funeral for mom who died of coronavirus
A 32-year-old British woman suffered a fatal heart attack while attending the funeral for her coronavirus-stricken mother, according to a report. Laura Richards, 32, began experiencing chest pains Tuesday while her mother, Julie Murphy, 63, was being buried at Atherstone Cemetery in Warwickshire, according to The Sun. Richards’ sister Lisa Green said she, her husband...
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Feds release photos that Lori Loughlin used to scam her daughters into USC
Federal prosecutors have released the photos they say helped Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli scam their daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, into USC.
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‘Speak the truth’: Obama says ‘biggest mistake’ mayors can make in coronavirus pandemic is misinform the public
"The biggest mistake any us can make in these situations is to misinform, particularly when we’re requiring people to make sacrifices and take actions that might not be their natural inclination,” the former president said Thursday.
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Easter season goes virtual as coronavirus locks out tradition
One Catholic priest in rural coastal Ireland delivered socially-distanced blessings from a moving vintage "popemobile".
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reuters.com
What if facts matter?
A pandemic has a way of dispelling spin
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Lionel Messi slams reports he paid Ronaldinho's bail as 'fake news' and 'lies'
Lionel Messi has labeled reports in his native Argentina that he had provided bail money for former Barcelona teammate Ronaldinho as "fake news" and "lies."
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On This Day: 10 April 2014
Superhero sequel "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" had its world premiere in London. (April 10)       
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Dr. Fauci: Antibody tests are coming soon
Infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks with CNN's Alisyn Camerota about the potential for antibody coronavirus testing, as well as opening the US back up.
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A Son In Wuhan Wants A Moment Alone With His Father's Remains. The Government Says No
Zhang Hai's father died of the coronavirus on Feb. 1 and was cremated. Ashes can now be picked up but the government requires a chaperone for visits to the crematorium as well as for burials.
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Coronabonds and Cancellation of Nazi-Era War Debts Fuel Debate Around $540B EU Pandemic Relief Deal
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte warned that divisions revealed in the negotiations may spell the end of cooperation among eurozone countries.
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'Modern Family' star talks about potential spin-offs
"Modern Family" star Ty Burrell talks about potential spin-offs with characters Mitch and Cam or Haley and Dylan now that the series is over.
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