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A Bill Belichick-Cam Newton marriage would fail: ex-Patriots exec
The New England Patriots have shown no known interest in free agent Cam Newton as a potential replacement for Tom Brady, and at least one former team executive believes he knows why. Scott Pioli, who worked in the Pats’ front office for seven years before becoming GM of the Kansas City Chiefs in 2009, doesn’t...
Four important lessons for working from home
Welcome to the new world of working from home. Sure, there’s no commute, but there’s also no barista, no going out for lunch, no reason to get dressed up. What we’re discovering is that it can be awkward, but also full of heart and, sometimes, even funny. Lesson 1: Juggling kids and work has never...
Dr. Anthony Fauci Warns Americans to 'Buckle Down,' Says 'This Is Going to Be a Bad Week'
"It is going to be shocking to some," Fauci said of the expected escalation in coronavirus cases across the country. "It certainly is really disturbing to see that."
Hotel offers luxury 'quarantine apartments' with in-room $500 coronavirus test
There's more than one way to quarantine.
Fired Navy captain Brett Crozier tests positive for coronavirus: report
The Navy captain who was removed after he sounded the alarm about a coronavirus outbreak aboard an aircraft carrier he commanded has tested positive for the virus, according to a report Sunday. Capt. Brett Crozier began showing symptoms of coronavirus before he was removed from the USS Theodore Roosevelt last Thursday, the New York Times...
Zac Efron says he never wants to get in ‘Baywatch’ shape again
Efron starred in 2017's "Baywatch" along with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says it’s likely coronavirus will become ‘seasonal’
Dr. Anthony Fauci, an infectious disease expert on the White House coronavirus task force, said Sunday it is likely that the virus will become a seasonal illness. “Unless we get this globally under control there is a very good chance that it’ll assume a seasonal nature,” Fauci told CBS’s “Face The Nation.” Fauci said that...
Top Fed official says universal coronavirus testing needed to reopen U.S. economy
James Bullard, the CEO and president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, disputes the notion that the job market is in freefall, saying Americans are staying at home to invest in national health.
4/5: Strassman, Palmer, Fauci
This week on "Face the Nation," with the month of March behind us, Americans prepare for what's likely to be a catastrophic April.
Masters survey: What's the scariest downhill putt at Augusta National?
Golfweek surveyed 39 golfers, including 14 winners of the green jacket, to get their views on certain features of Augusta National and the Masters       
Marinated ramen eggs are simple to make and sheer joy to eat
You may never want to make plain boiled eggs again.
Rep. Devin Nunes on Trump considering second task force to reopen economy
House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes, R-Calif., reacted on Sunday to President Trump’s statement the day before saying he is considering creating a second coronavirus task force focused on reopening America’s economy.
Soccer star Kyle Walker caught in prostitute sex party amid coronavirus lockdown
There’s paying a pair of prostitutes to come over for a sex party and being photographed in your underwear handing out the cash. Then there’s hosting that late-night rendezvous amid a coronavirus lockdown, in flagrant violation of social distancing guidelines. And then there’s doing that mere hours after going on social media to remind your...
Louis C.K. acknowledges 2017 #MeToo scandal in first stand-up comedy special since allegations
Louis C.K. addressed his #MeToo accusations in his first stand-up special released since his career imploded in 2017 over sexual misconduct claims.       
2 coronavirus deaths tallied overnight in New York City, death toll over 2,200
The Big Apple tallied two coronavirus fatalities overnight Saturday into Sunday, according to city statistics — a relative respite as the overall death toll rose to 2,256. The number of diagnoses in the five boroughs still rose to 63,767 in the 9:45 a.m. report, a jump of 2,917 from the previous audit released 5 p.m....
US military recruitment struggles as coronavirus closes enlistment stations
Military recruitment in the U.S. is struggling in the face of the coronavirus threat, recruiters are finding.
NJ cops break up Pink Floyd cover band’s coronavirus concert
Cops broke up a Pink Floyd cover band’s concert — with 30 middle-aged partiers defying lockdown orders — on the front lawn of a New Jersey home over the weekend, authorities said. Rumson Police said they received a complaint Saturday night about an impromptu concert, which was being broadcast on Facebook Live outside of a...
Irish prime minister joins coronavirus pandemic effort, assuming medical role again
Ireland's Prime Minister to take a more hands-on approach to fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
'Tiger King' star John Finlay reveals who he wants to play him in adaptation of life story
John Finlay, who appeared in "Tiger KIng: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" on Netflix, has some ideas as to what actors should play him in an adaptation of his life.
Spain records smallest rate of increase in coronavirus infections since start of crisis
Spain on Sunday morning saw both the smallest increase in death toll from the coronavirus in nine days, and the smallest increase in number of infections since the outbreak first began, officials said.
UK: 53 Illegal Boat Migrants Brought Ashore Despite Pandemic
Dozens of illegal migrants reached Britain's shores over the weekend after being brought to Dover by the Border Force after being intercepted in the English Channel, despite coronavirus outbreaks at migrant camps in France.
Zoom founder responds to safety and privacy concerns
Zoom founder and CEO Eric Yuan responds to concerns about the privacy and security of its video conferencing app after federal officials are now warning of "Zoombombing."
U.S. braces for 'hardest, saddest' week as coronavirus deaths surpass 9,300
The United States enters one of the most critical weeks so far in the coronavirus crisis with the death toll exploding in New York, Michigan and Louisiana and some governors calling for a national stay-at-home order.
Coronavirus stay-at-home order in Pennsylvania questioned after woman gets $200 ticket for taking drive
A woman in Pennsylvania became the first person to be cited last week for violating the state's stay-at-home order meant to slow the spread of coronavirus, spurring questions from at least one state lawmaker on if the ticket went too far.
Former Clinton adviser predicts Democratic primary ‘write-in movement’ for Cuomo
Dick Morris, a former adviser to President Bill Clinton, says he doesn’t believe Democrtic frontrunner Joe Biden has a lock on the 2020 nomination — because Gov. Andrew Cuomo could be the recipient of a “write-in movement.” “Biden thinks he has the nomination sewn up, but I’m not so sure. Cuomo has been doing very...
What should Americans do as coronavirus upends the nation's economy
CBS News' Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger explains why the U.S. economy will not look the same after COVID-19.
"A backlog of funerals" in coronavirus' epicenter
"A lot of the COVID cases are more or less direct burials or direct cremation. But we do our best to serve the families," said one funeral director.
Fauci says coronavirus deaths will keep rising even as new U.S. cases stabilize
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says the U.S. is "struggling" to get the spread of coronavirus under control.
Anxiety specialist on coping with coronavirus stress: "It's OK to not be OK"
Dr. Luana Marques discusses best practices for average Americans and health care workers in dealing with stresses of coronavirus and quarantine.
Clyburn says House committee on coronavirus stimulus spending will not look at past: 'The crisis is with us'
When it comes to the new House committee tasked with overseeing the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic, House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C., said he is looking to the future not the past.
Gottlieb says "very aggressive surveillance" needed to track future coronavirus spread
The former FDA commissioner says "mitigation is clearly working" but surveillance measures will be needed to contain future outbreaks.
Report: Fired Commander of Aircraft Carrier Captain Crozier Tested Positive for Coronavirus
The ex-commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt Navy Capt. Brett Crozier tested positive for coronavirus before he was removed from command.
Surgeon General: “This Is Going to Be the Hardest and the Saddest Week of Most Americans’ Lives”
It marks a stark change in tone for Jerome Adams, who a few weeks ago suggested Americans should be more concerned about the flu than the coronavirus.
UK Hospitals Trial Modern-day 'Iron Lung' to Beat Ventilator Shortage
British hospitals will trial a low-cost modern-day "iron lung" dubbed the Exovent, which may help beat the enormous ventilator shortage the country faces.
Cuomo skeptical that sports could resume by August amid coronavirus crisis
President Trump’s prediction that the sports world’s coronavirus time-out could be over by August may be a false start, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday. “I would love to see sports back, [to] help with cabin fever,” said Cuomo in his now-daily Albany press briefing. “But this is not about hopes and dreams and aspirations and...
Yonkers Raceway may have been source of NJ coronavirus outbreak
Yonkers Raceway may have been Ground Zero for the spread of the deadly coronavirus in New Jersey. COVID-19 cases linked to the Westchester County, NY, harness-racing track led to a cluster of infections in the Garden State, where a veteran fixture at the track became the first New Jersey death from the global pandemic,
Navy Captain Brett Crozier Tests Positive for Coronavirus Days After Being Removed Over Leaked Letter: NYT Report
Crozier, who was removed from command of the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt this past week, tested positive for coronavirus, according to two Naval Academy classmates who are close with Crozier and his family.
Queen Mary ocean liner may be used as hospital ship as coronavirus cases surge
The Queen Mary ocean liner may be brought out of retirement after over half a century to help California fight the coronavirus outbreak as America's latest floating hospital ship.  
New York Times: Ex-Navy commander who sounded alarm over coronavirus outbreak tests positive for virus
The Navy captain removed from command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt last week after warning that action was needed to save the lives of his crew from a coronavirus outbreak has tested positive for the virus, according to The New York Times on Sunday.
Fauci warns coronavirus could become 'seasonal' illness if not controlled soon
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, warned that if the coronavirus outbreak does not get “globally under control,” it is likely to become a recurring problem.
Governors give mixed response to Trump's handling of coronavirus crisis, but all say pandemic will get worse
Governors in some of the states hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic have had mixed reactions to President Trump’s response to the public health crisis, but they all agree on one thing: they need more help.
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Full transcript of "Face the Nation" on April 5, 2020
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, we sat down with Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
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Margot Robbie stocks up at the store and more weekend star snaps
Margot Robbie grabs groceries, Jessica Chastain goes on a coffee run, and more...
Surgeon general: This week will be 'Pearl Harbor moment'
The US surgeon general said this week is going to be the "hardest and the saddest" for "most Americans' lives," describing the upcoming grim period of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States as a "Pearl Harbor moment" and a "9/11 moment."
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom reveal the gender of their baby
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have given fans a new detail about their baby.
Rwanda Finds Genocide Grave That Could Contain 30,000 Bodies
In the genocide, 800,000 ethnic Tutsi and Hutus who tried to protect them were killed
Clyburn: House coronavirus panel 'will be forward-looking,' not review Trump's early response
Some lawmakers want to examine early mistakes by the Trump administration.
Shroud of Turin will go on virtual display for Easter
The Shroud of Turin, worshiped by some Christians as the burial cloth of Jesus, will go on virtual display for Easter, church officials said. The shroud, stored in a climate-controlled vault at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Turin, Italy, will be displayed via livestream on Saturday, the day before Easter Sunday, Turin...