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Hong Kong Races still run in coronavirus pandemic
As the outbreak spreads, a growing number of sporting events around the world have been postponed or canceled. But in Hong Kong, the city's iconic horse races are still running... without the fans in the stands.
As Pandemic Spreads, The Developing World Looks Like The Next Target
So far, the coronavirus has hit hardest in the wealthy countries of Asia, Europe and the U.S. But the pandemic appears poised to explode in the developing world --which has far fewer resources.
Facebook, YouTube Warn Of More Mistakes As Machines Replace Moderators
As tech firms send workers home, it's creating new challenges over how to handle harmful content, including dangerous health claims. So Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are bringing in the machines.
NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility
The NCAA will permit Division I spring-sport athletes — such as baseball, softball and lacrosse players — who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus pandemic to have an additional year of eligibility.
Lee Greenwood reflects on ‘God Bless the U.S.A.’ success, lasting marriage of 27 years
Lee Greenwood says his life with Miss Tennessee Kimberly Payne is “blissful.”
Viral video advises washing fruit and vegetables with soap: Here's why that's a bad idea
Despite what a doctor in a viral video suggests, it's not a good idea to wash fruits and vegetables with soap and water, even during the COVID-19 pandemic, food scientists told Live Science. 
Instagram influencers slammed for 'bragging' about luxurious lifestyle during coronavirus pandemic
Two travel bloggers who live in a three-story mansion in Bali have been slammed for "bragging" about their luxury lifestyle -- after posting about self-isolation.
Toilet Paper Startup Ramps Up And Rolls In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic
The sudden demand for "white gold" came at just the right time for a new toilet paper factory in Maine. "The demand is insane," says Tissue Plus owner, Marc Cooper.
James Carafano: Coronavirus and regime change — will this plague topple nations great and small?
Will the lies, inefficiencies and suffering propagated by the coronavirus response of authoritarian regimes bring their downfall?
New York Attorney General Threatens Amazon With Legal Action After Firing of Worker Who Led Strike Over Coronavirus Precautions
Letitia James criticized the termination of Chris Smalls at the Staten Island facility after a worker had tested positive for the virus.
“It’s Every Man for Himself”
How one Florida mayor is trying to protect her city from COVID-19.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe pledges to donate 100,000 smoothies to healthcare workers amidst coronavirus outrbreak
This company found a smooth way to help out with the coronavirus pandemic.
Red Sox LHP Sale has Tommy John Surgery
Red Sox starter Chris Sale had Tommy John surgery on his left elbow on Monday, his 31st birthday, waiting 11 days after doctors said he needed the operation because of difficulty in scheduling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Stephon Marbury Calls Coronavirus an 'Invisible Monster,' Explains Why He Delivered Medical Supplies From China to New York
The Brooklyn native has organized for 10 million medical masks to be delivered to healthcare workers in New York City.
As MLB ponders post-virus season, players worry about health
Could trying to cram in games, and maybe extend the season into late November or December, lead to injuries?
UK hospitals brace for coronavirus peak
Health care workers in London and across the UK are bracing for a peak in the coronavirus outbreak. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Iowa's Spencer Lee wins Hodge Trophy after dominant season
Spencer Lee of Iowa has been voted the winner of the Dan Hodge Trophy as the most dominant college wrestler in the nation.
'There's no blueprint' - Virus upends college recruiting
After Michigan lost to Ohio State in the semifinals of the women's Big Ten Tournament, coach Kim Barnes Arico and her staff immediately hit the road.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rally after Chinese data boost to close worst quarter since 2008
World stocks looked set to close their worst quarter since 2008 on a brighter note on Tuesday, as strong Chinese factory data held out hope for an economic revival even as much of the rest of the world shut down to fight the coronavirus.
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'The Good Doctor' Season 3 Ending Explained: Who Died and What It Means for the Next Season
"The Good Doctor" Season 3, Episode 20 ended with a tragic ending for one medic, while another got the happy ending fans have been waiting for.
Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum closed by coronavirus
A painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh was stolen in an overnight smash-and-grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, police and the museum said Monday.
Man awaiting liver transplant gets some hope during coronavirus outbreak
Zach Branson can once again look forward to getting a new lease on life now that his liver transplant has been rescheduled after being put on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Social distancing guidelines, USNS Comfort, work disruptions: 5 things to know Tuesday
The White House to weigh in on additional social distancing, the USNS Comfort Navy hospital ship could be ready for NYC patients and more you need to know Tuesday.      
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New York hospital tells ER doctors to ‘think more critically’ about who gets ventilators
NYU Langone Health, one of the nation’s top academic medical centers, told emergency-room doctors that they have “sole discretion” to place patients on ventilators and institutional backing to “withhold futile intubations.”
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Nearly 100,000 Sign Petition Calling For End To Live Coverage Of Trump's Coronavirus Briefings
"Leave the President's insults, false braggadocio, and outright lies on the editing room floor, where they belong," the petition states.
Is Houseparty Safe? Video App Denies Hack, Offers $1 Million Reward for Proof of 'Paid Commercial Smear Campaign'
"All Houseparty accounts are safe—the service is secure, has never been compromised, and doesn't collect passwords for other sites," the official Twitter account said today after hack rumors.
WHO Warns Coronavirus Pandemic 'Far From Over' in Asia-Pacifc, Urges States to Prepare for 'Large-Scale Community Transmission'
As China begins to relax some of its coronavirus-related restrictions, a senior World Health Organization official said the risk has not gone away.
Doctor: Here's how San Francisco is beating the odds on the coronavirus — so far
If we let our guard down, resume normal activities too soon, fail to do aggressive testing and quarantine, we risk planting seeds for later tragedies.
US hits grim milestone as coronavirus deaths hit 3,000, New York remains epicenter
States with Republican Governors Delayed Action on Social Distancing Measures, Study Finds
Social distancing measures in states with Republican governors and more Trump voters were delayed by 2.7 days, according to University of Washington research.
Did a Cat Really Get COVID-19 from Its Owner in Belgium?
Coronavirus symptoms were detected in the cat after the owner tested positive for COVID-19.
Ford to produce roughly 50,000 ventilators in fight against coronavirus
Ford Motor Company has announced plans to make 50,000 ventilators at one of its Michigan plants over the next 100 days in an effort to arm those on the front lines with equipment to fight COVID-19.
Stress eating these days? Here's some help
Stress eating is something that many people struggle with on a regular basis, when things are "normal." But with the coronavirus pandemic challenging us in different ways each day, it seems to have become an equal opportunity problem, affecting even those who don't typically eat in response to anxiety or other emotions.
Trump’s reversals, under media pressure, lead to tougher stance on virus
President Trump is now grappling with a grim reality.
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Watch BTS perform from quarantine on James Corden's 'Homefest' special
K-pop supergroup BTS was among the acts that performed on James Corden's 'Homefest' special on Monday night.
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Nurse practitioner: In 20 years, I've never seen it this bad
Nurse practitioner Elyse Isopo says that in the 20 years she's been working in a New York ICU, she has never seen things as bad as they are now with the coronavirus.
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Trump's metric of success reveals his leadership flaws
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Wisconsin college students return home from spring break with coronavirus
An undisclosed number of college students returning from a Spring Break trip to Alabama’s beaches have tested positive for coronavirus, according to news reports.
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Rash of coronavirus deaths, infections at Massachusetts facility for vets
A coronavirus outbreak at a Massachusetts health care facility that houses veterans has claimed the lives of five residents and six more are suspected of dying from the illness. A total 11 other veterans residing at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home have tested positive for the virus, according to Twenty-five other veterans are awaiting their...
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China PMI offers tiny relief to Asia as stocks head for dire end to quarter
Asian shares were set to close out a calamitous quarter by eking out a small rally on Tuesday as factory data from China held out the hope of a revival in activity, even as much of the rest of the world shut down.
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Prince Harry and Meghan officially start their non-royal life. Here's what that will look like
When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they would be giving up their senior royal roles to become "financially independent," it sent shock waves through the British establishment and became the topic of intense debate across the country and beyond.
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Prince Harry and Meghan officially start their non-royal life. Here's what that will look like
The couple have relinquished their royal duties as of March 31. What comes next is reinvention.
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11 veterans at a Massachusetts home for soldiers have died. 5 tested positive for coronavirus
Eleven veterans who live at the Soldiers' Home in Holyoke, Massachusetts, have died and five of them tested positive for coronavirus, Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse told CNN Monday.
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New Yorkers baffled over ‘unsettling’ Empire State Building siren display
New Yorkers were left spooked Monday night by a glaring Empire State Building light display intended to honor emergency workers fighting coronavirus.
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Man ‘teaching his dog to drive’ leads cops on high speed chase
He’s blaming man’s best friend. A Washington state motorist led police on a chase Sunday — and when he was finally stopped, he said he was teaching his dog how to drive. Cops found the pup in the driver’s seat when they pulled over the 51-year-old man, who allegedly was speeding at 100 mph from...
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Zao Wou-Ki, the Chinese abstract painter who sells for millions
At auctions last year, Zao Wou-Ki's work outsold that of every artist in the world, aside from Picasso and Monet. Now, a Hong Kong exhibition is exploring how the late painter reconciled Eastern and Western influences.
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