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COVID-19 claims the life of its first U.S. service member, a New Jersey National Guardsman
A New Jersey National Guardsman is the first U.S. service member to die of COVID-19.       
Tennessee Rep. Tim Burchett tweets phone number, says anyone 'overwhelmed or scared' by coronavirus can call him
A congressional lawmaker from Tennessee is encouraging anyone " overwhelmed or scared" of the coronavirus to give him a call and talk about it. 
Accused meth dealer cuts off ankle monitor after he’s spared jail over coronavirus
An accused meth dealer who became a poster boy for dodging jail because of the coronavirus epidemic has been locked up — after cutting off his ankle monitor within a day of catching the break, The Post has learned. Rasedur Raihan lucked out on March 12 when a federal judge found it was a “relatively...
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, March 30, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
Coronavirus disrupting Blake Martinez’s transition to Giants
The next time will be the first time for Blake Martinez, making this the most challenging time to be an NFL free agent heading to a new team. The new Giants inside linebacker has never set foot inside the team facility and there is a good chance he will not see his new headquarters until...
Idaho governor faces deadline on anti-trans laws
With residents under a coronavirus "stay-at-home" order, protesters lost the opportunity to make their voices heard in person.
Large Crowds Ignore Social Distancing Guidelines to Watch Navy Hospital Ship Dock in NYC Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Police officers have been authorized to break up gatherings, with fines being the last resort if people refuse to disperse.
St. Patrick’s Cardinal Dolan now calling parishioners personally
“People are now in need. I want to be in touch with everyone.”
First-hand accounts from health care workers battling virus
Health care workers in New York protested over the weekend the lack of protection.
Coronavirus takes heavy toll on restaurant owners and employees
In the first three weeks of March, restaurant sales were down 47% nationwide and 7 out of 10 owners laid off employees and cut work hours.
This sweet photo of health care workers flying to New York is what we need right now
As New York City struggles to keep up with the spread of coronavirus, dozens of health care workers from Atlanta boarded a plane to answer the call for help.
Pelosi aims to move fast on next rescue package
The speaker is eager to include Democratic priorities in any coronavirus relief bill.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell tells Americans to read Bible at corona briefing
WASHINGTON — MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell went wildly off-script during a White House coronavirus task force briefing from the Rose Garden — calling on Americans to read the Bible and find God during quarantine. The mustachioed friend of President Trump was invited to speak at Monday’s briefing to announce he had joined the effort to...
‘Torn from the Headlines’ unravels haunting ‘Baby Hope’ mystery
Everyone in the city had seen her face — yet for more than two decades, no one knew her name. The anonymous child, dubbed “Baby Hope” by NYPD detectives, became the subject of a haunting police sketch after her emaciated, naked and battered body was found stuffed in a dirty cooler along with soda cans...
Good News, With Caveats: Some Insurers Waive Costs To Patients For COVID-19 Treatment
Aetna, Cigna and Humana now say they will waive most treatment costs associated with COVID-19 that would normally be picked up by patients enrolled in their health plans. Will other firms follow suit?
US stock futures up slightly following Monday's gains
US stock futures were up slightly in after-hours trading following a positive day for Wall Street Monday.
Parris Island boot camp closed to new recruits for weeks amid coronavirus outbreak
The Marine Corps will not accept new recruits at Parris Island for at least two weeks, according to a report, after more than 20 people tested positive for coronavirus.
White House Authorizes Federal Funding for National Guard Mobilization in Michigan to Help With Coronavirus
"This is good news for Michiganders everywhere who are worried about COVID-19's impact on their community," Whitmer wrote Monday.
‘Tiger King’ star Doc Antle, Britney Spears shared VMAs stage in 2001
Britney Spears has an interesting connection to one of the stars of “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness,” the popular Netflix series that has captivated the nation as well as any trending topic can in 2020.
Rihanna wants 'three or four' kids with or without a partner, opens up about her own childhood
In a new cover story for British Vogue, Rihanna opened up about her 10-year-plan, which includes having multiple kids.        
Roman Reigns addresses pulling out of WWE’s WrestleMania 36
Roman Reigns talked for the first time about not appearing at WrestleMania 36 and hinted it could be because of concerns over more than his own personal health. The 34-year-old Reigns, whose real name is Joe Anoa’I, has battled leukemia and is immunocompromised, putting him at greater risk if he contracts COVID-19. It was reported...
Lawyers file suit for release of over 530 ‘vulnerable’ prisoners from Brooklyn jail
Public defenders have filed a lawsuit to demand the immediate release of nearly 540 “medically vulnerable” prisoners from Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center to prevent them from falling victim to the coronavirus pandemic. Lawyers for MDC inmates allege that the facility’s warden has identified 537 prisoners out of the roughly 1,700 housed there as having an...
Frustrated Gamblers Turn to Politics as the Only Game in Town
Without pro sports to wager on, bettors are fixated on everything from Biden’s White House chances to the price of Netflix stock.
Unemployment could top 32% as 47M workers are laid off amid coronavirus: St. Louis Fed
Unemployment could top 32% as 47 million Americans lose their jobs, according to a St. Louis Fed estimate.       
FBI Warns of 'Zoom-Bombing,' Where Hackers Hijack Video Conferences After Two Schools Affected
The FBI warned the public on Monday that video conferences being are interrupted by "pornographic and/or hate images and threatening language."
Brandon Boston of Sierra Canyon, Brooke Demetre of Mater Dei named Open Division players of the year
Brandon Boston tops All-CIF basketball boys team; Brooke Demetre tops All-CIF basketball girls team
How Racial Health Disparities Will Play Out in the Coronavirus Pandemic
From testing opportunities to ventilator access, dangers of discrimination lurk for Black patients.
Mexico's President Greets El Chapo's Mom And Lawyer, Ignoring Coronavirus Rules
Andrés Manuel López Obrador drew criticism for failing to model good social distancing by shaking hands with the drug boss' mother, even after telling Mexicans to stay home to avoid COVID-19.
Detroit becomes a hot spot for coronavirus cases
A health expert says Detroit has become a hot spot for coronavirus cases for a number of reasons that include the city's high poverty rate. (March 30)       
Did DNA evidence identify the real Boston Strangler?
Former LAPD detective and Fox News forensic and crime scene expert Mark Fuhrman re-examines the case of the Boston Strangler.
Federal Government Revoking Reservation Status for Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s 300 Acres
It raises fears among Native American groups that other tribes could face the same fate
Ft. Lauderdale mayor on cruise ship with sick passengers: 'We don't need any more infection in our community'
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mayor Dean Trantalis joined "Bill Hemmer Reports" Monday to explain why he does not want a cruise ship carrying passengers believed to be infected with the coronavirus to dock at the nearby Port Everglades Cruiseport.
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Nintendo to release remastered Mario classics for Switch in 2020
Nintendo plans to release remastered versions of classic titles in the Mario catalog for Nintendo Switch in 2020.      
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Coronavirus outbreaks at nursing homes rise sharply in L.A. County
Residents at nursing homes are among the most vulnerable populations to coronavirus.
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Airbnb commits $250 million to cover some host losses
Confronting sudden income loss, some Airbnb and other vacation rental hosts are working to accommodate the changing face of travel during coronavirus, even as Airbnb commits $250 million to cover losses faced by some hosts.
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History's verdict on Trump will be devastating
Michael D'Antonio writes that after a lifetime devoted to avoiding responsibility and accountability, Trump has met his match in the pandemic of 2020.
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Uncle Joe Biden’s big coronavirus headache and other commentary
Campaign desk: Uncle Joe’s Big Corona Headache Joe Biden is “struggling to adapt” to the pandemic’s effect on the presidential race, Douglas Schoen observes at The Hill. Biden’s “greatest strength,” after all, lies in connecting with voters by “traveling all around the country, speaking to voters at rallies and of course shaking hands,” which he...
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Ford and GE Plan to Make 50,000 Ventilators in Michigan in 100 Days
UAW workers will work around the clock to built the ventilators we need to beat the coronavirus.
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FDA urged to let women get abortion drugs by mail during coronavirus crisis
The FDA is being urged to let women receive abortion-inducing drugs through the mail amid the coronavirus rather than have to leave their homes to get them. “While any woman who wants to go into a doctor’s office or into a clinic today and get an abortion should continue to be able to do so,...
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MyPillow founder Mike Lindell, at White House coronavirus briefing, tells people to pray during crisis
MyPillow founder Mike Lindell on Monday encouraged Americans to pray during the coronavirus pandemic during a visit to the White House. 
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Repeated Warnings from Feds About Lack of Ventilators Fell on Deaf Ears Under Bush, Obama
U.S. federal government officials reportedly warned the administrations of former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama multiple times between 2003 and 2015 that a viral outbreak like the one currently afflicting the United States would prompt a shortage of ventilators and other critical lifesaving medical supplies in hospitals across the country.
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Deroy Murdock: Trump should demand Kennedy Center rehire fired employees
Despite securing $25 million in federal funding, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announced that it will fire the 96-members National Symphony Orchestra.
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Bella Thorne wears sports bra and shorts, asks fans if she should host a workout class: 'Quarentined day 19'
Bella Thorne is turning to her fans for suggestions on what she should do while self-isolating. 
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Coronavirus next casualty: The nation's biggest story could devastate the news industry
Layoffs. Pay cuts. Furloughs. Closed newspapers. Containing COVID-19 coronavirus could spell disaster for industry dependent on ads.       
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Florida’s Governor Is Scapegoating New Yorkers for His Own Coronavirus Catastrophe
To appease Trump, Ron DeSantis refused to shut down Florida. Now he’s blaming New Yorkers for spiraling infections.
Lisa Rinna shares bikini photo on 23rd wedding anniversary with Harry Hamlin: ‘Where we were suppose to be’
Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin are celebrating a big milestone: their 23rd wedding anniversary.
Saints coach Sean Payton details juggling recovery from coronavirus with NFL coaching demands
After being diagnosed with COVID-19, Sean Payton went through a two-week self-quarantine — but he still kept plenty busy during that time.