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Eye Opener at 8: Over 1,000 in U.S. die of coronavirus in one day
A look at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
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cbsnews.com
New England Patriots plane brings back more than 1 million N95 masks from China
The New England Patriots team plane flew to China this week to bring back 1.2 million N95 masks to help the U.S. combat the coronavirus pandemic.        
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usatoday.com
Over 200,000 People Have Recovered From Coronavirus Around the World, According to Johns Hopkins University
While it may be hard to focus on the number of recoveries when the death toll continues to rise, officials have cited it as an important aspect of the pandemic to remember.
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newsweek.com
Fauci reacts to reports he needs security detail after threats
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country's top infectious disease doctor, joined "CBS This Morning" after reports that he now requires personal security detail. Fauci, the face of the national coronavirus response, has received threats to his safety amid splitting with President Trump during several task force press briefings.
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cbsnews.com
North American box office suffers $600M deficit year-over-year amid coronavirus pandemic: report
Movie theaters across the United States and Canada were forced to close their doors last month amid the ramp-up of the coronavirus pandemic and it's left a $600 million deficit in the box office, according to a new report.
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foxnews.com
6.6 Million File For Unemployment, Another Dismal Record
The staggering number of people claiming jobless benefits set a new record for the second week in a row. Much of the country has been ordered to stay at home, bringing the economy to a lurching halt.
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npr.org
Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell describes being in isolation after coronavirus diagnosis
Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell opened up about dealing with the coronavirus at home while he didn’t show the intense symptoms the deadly illness has brought thousands of others.
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foxnews.com
FBI warns of online attacks on video conference app Zoom
The FBI is issuing a warning about Zoom, telling users that they could be victims of hacking that could come with pornographic or hateful messages. As people isolate at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, video conferencing apps like Zoom are seeing their users skyrocket into the millions. Anna Werner looks into the perils that come with the app's new popularity.
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cbsnews.com
Air Force Academy relaxes social-distancing rules after cadet suicides
The US Air Force Academy has eased coronavirus social-distancing restrictions after it reported back-to-back suicide deaths of two cadets, according to a report. Some people complained that the rules made the Colorado Springs academy prison-like for the nearly 1,000 seniors who remain on the campus while others complete the year online, according to The Gazette,...
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nypost.com
‘Healthy’ Italian family of four all killed by coronavirus in same week
A “healthy and strong” family of four all died of COVID-19 in the same Italian hospital within the same week, according to reports. Blacksmith Alfredo Bertucci, 86, was killed by the disease last Friday — with sons Daniele, 54, and Claudio, 46, also succumbing soon after, Italian daily newspaper il Fatto Quotidiano said. The family’s...
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UPDATE 1-Southwest Airlines to seek aid from U.S. Treasury as demand craters
Southwest Airlines Co said on Thursday it intends to file an application with the U.S. Treasury department for aid to help it ride out the sharp drop in travel demand caused by the massive lockdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kim Kardashian West on coronavirus, criminal justice reform and working with Trump
Her road toward criminal justice reform is highlighted in “Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project,” a two-hour documentary premiering Sunday on Oxygen that looks at the toll of mass incarceration in America and the people affected by it.
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Bill Gates calls for "federal order" on social isolation policy
Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist has been warning the public about the threat of a global pandemic since 2015.
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Donald Trump Says China Coronavirus Infections, Deaths Appear to Be 'On the Light Side'
The president's national security adviser said the U.S. "was not in a position" to confirm the numbers coming out of China.
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newsweek.com
FTC sues to undo Altria’s $12.8 billion deal with Juul
Federal officials have sued to undo tobacco giant Altria's $12.8 billion investment in Juul over concerns that the two companies illegally quashed competition in the e-cigarette industry.
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R&A says no decision made on British Open postponement
After reports that the British Open at Royal St. George's would be canceled, R&A denied any decision regarding the major championship has been made.        
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Extended interview: Bill Gates on coronavirus pandemic
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates talks with “CBS This Morning” co-host Anthony Mason about why we need “strong isolation measures on a countrywide basis” to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, how it could be “years” before the U.S. economy gets back to where it was before and why he thinks “for the next one, we will be far more ready than we were for this one.”
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cbsnews.com
The next big battle in Congress
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politico.com
Coronavirus epicenter could shift back to East Asia, expert warns
The epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak may return back to its starting point in East Asia, a Singaporean public health expert said Thursday. Although the US is now considered the epicenter of the pandemic — with more than 200,000 cases — “in a month’s time, the epicenter will shift,” Teo Yik Ying, dean of the...
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Nurses share heartbreaking stories amid cross-country protest
Nurses at 15 hospitals in seven states are protesting this week over what they call a "lack of preparedness" by a major U.S. hospital chain. They say the shortage of protective equipment is putting them, their families, and patients at risk as they work on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Catherine Herridge speaks to one nurse who called her hospital a "war zone."
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‘The Magicians’ star Hale Appleman dishes on Eliot’s surprise ending
Appleman also talks about saying goodbye to the Syfy show.
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nypost.com
IRS reversal: Social Security recipients can automatically get stimulus checks without filing returns
The IRS has reversed course to eliminate a controversial requirement on Social Security recipients seeking stimulus checks as part of the government's coronavirus response package.
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The real heroes in the fight against coronavirus
Thomas Lake writes about real heroes on the frontlines of the coronavirus: the doctors and nurses who put their lives at risk daily. On March 27, volunteers from Atlanta flew to New York City to assist at overloaded hospitals.
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Coronavirus live blog: Dr. Tom Frieden, former CDC director, answers your questions
Former CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden is here to answer your coronavirus questions.
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Performers are among the most vulnerable victims of our newly shuttered world
“This came out of nowhere and it came quickly,” says local actor Evan Casey.
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washingtonpost.com
The Evil Tucked Into the $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill
On Friday President Trump signed a third bill to address the COVID-19 crisis. The largest relief package in U.S. history, this $2 trillion bill provides direct cash payments to tens of millions of Americans, immediate relief to small businesses, and expanded unemployment benefits for some of those who are out of work while much of…
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time.com
The coronavirus won't end moviegoing, but it could change it
Last year was a good year for the film industry. The global box office brought in over $40 billion worldwide, even though the domestic box office was down. Disney notched seven films that made more than $1 billion globally. And one of those films, "Avengers: Endgame," broke "Avatar's" record as the highest-grossing blockbuster of all time.
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edition.cnn.com
New York City hospital worker who caught coronavirus returns to treat patients
New Yorkers have a reputation for being tough and resilient – and Raeburn Fairweather is a shining example of that. 
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Suspended defensive lineman Aldon Smith says he's signed deal with Cowboys
Suspended defensive lineman Aldon Smith said Wednesday he signed a contract with the Dallas Cowboys.
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foxnews.com
LSU coach Ed Orgeron files for divorce from wife Kelly of 23 years
LSU football coach Ed Orgeron and his wife Kelly, who have been married since 1997, are divorcing. Orgeron filed for divorce on Feb. 26.        
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usatoday.com
As coronavirus deaths and cases soar, should New York leaders have acted sooner?
New York is at the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S. Should the state's leaders have shut down the state sooner to battle coronavirus?        
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usatoday.com
Patriots' plane flying medical masks to Boston from China
NFL team's owner, Robert Kraft, helped arrange the flight to bring 1.2 million N95 masks for use in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic.
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cbsnews.com
The Finance 202: Trump administration is struggling to distribute coronavirus stimulus money to people and small businesses
Turns out it’s not so easy to give away $2.2 trillion.
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washingtonpost.com
Diarrhea May Be First or Only Coronavirus Symptom in COVID-19 Patients Experience, Study Suggests
Common symptoms include a fever, cough, and shortness of breath, according to the CDC.
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newsweek.com
Feds: Man intentionally derailed train near hospital ship
A train engineer intentionally drove a speeding locomotive off a track at the Port of Los Angeles because he was suspicious about the presence of a Navy hospital ship docked there to help during the coronovirus crisis, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. KCBS reports Eduardo Moreno, 44, was charged with one federal count of train wrecking, which carries a potential sentence of up to 20 years in federal prison.
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Jennifer Lawrence asks fans to demand to vote from home amid the coronavirus pandemic
Jennifer Lawrence called for her fans to demand the ability to vote at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as the 2020 election draws near.
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foxnews.com
Police: Man shot pregnant woman while playing with gun
Authorities say a Virginia man who shot a pregnant woman while playing with a gun was charged with multiple felonies
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washingtonpost.com
How Did Oxy’s Bosses Get Paid a Bonus?
There’s a yawning gap between oil E&P sector compensation and performance.
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washingtonpost.com
Inside L.A.'s scramble to open shelters and find hotel rooms for coronavirus patients
As L.A. prepares for coronavirus cases, efforts to get homeless people off the streets and to secure hotel rooms for patients are off to an uneven start.
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latimes.com
Victor Davis Hanson: US leads coronavirus fight — world looks to America now and for recovery
A current global myth alleges that America under the Trump administration is not leading the world fight against the coronavirus in its accustomed role as the postwar global leader.  
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foxnews.com
Video: Mark Coleman recalls the night he became the first UFC heavyweight champion
A night for the history books.       Related StoriesMichelle Waterson still wants to fight Carla Esparza, hopes UFC events return soonMMA Junkie Q&A replay: Khabib vs. Ferguson canceled again, Jon Jones arrest fallout, moreWatching Joe Rogan and the UFC commentary teams go crazy over knockouts never gets old 
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usatoday.com
Goldman to aid small business
Brace for jobless claims — Fed loosens capital requirements
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politico.com
The coronavirus is straining government services. So these neighbors are stepping up to help
Want to help your neighbors during the coronavirus crisis? Here is what some communities are doing.
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latimes.com
Tenants fed up with noise, dust, and water shutoffs from renovations amid coronavirus
Some tenants have been alarmed that vacant apartments are continuing to be renovated in apartment buildings during the COVID-19 pandemic, questioning why such work is being permitted to proceed.
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latimes.com
Is coronavirus God's will? Jewish, Christian and Muslims leaders debate tough questions amid pandemic
Faith leaders are fielding questions about whether coronavirus is God's will, if God created it and if it's some sort of punishment for sin.        
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usatoday.com
This telescope could help us explore the heavens, but it's stuck in coronavirus limbo
The Webb Space Telescope could help us understand the origins of all we know. But it could be set back by the need to survive the here and now.
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latimes.com
Jimmie Johnson sees 'opportunity' to delay retirement following NASCAR's coronavirus suspension
"One more time" again?
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foxnews.com
This day in sports: Angels beat Dodgers in walk-off in first meeting between teams
A look at what happened today in sport history.
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latimes.com