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Vicki Gunvalson postponing wedding to Steve Lodge due to coronavirus
The pair announced their engagement last spring.
Coronavirus is closing day cares; child care providers worry they may never reopen
The U.S. child care "system" has long been at a breaking point. Coronavirus could mean providers stay closed forever, which would be a crisis for working parents.        
Coronavirus battle in India includes call to light candles to dispel 'darkness' of pandemic
India's prime minister is looking to boost morale by asking people to switch off their lights on Sunday and light candles as a sign of hope. 
Disney to stop charging annual passholders after backlash during coronavirus shutdown
Disney continues to change its operations during the coronavirus outbreak.
Manchester City's Kyle Walker apologizes, faces discipline for allegedly partying with sex workers during lockdown
Manchester City player apologizes "for the choices I made" after tabloid reveals details of alleged party at apartment in violation of shutdown.        
CNN's Jake Tapper: 'Mr. President, what's the plan?'
CNN's Jake Tapper said: If I can take a moment, I would like to speak directly to one person known to watch this show, or at least clips of this show, President Trump.
What Tom Brady saw in the Buccaneers: ‘Chance to be very special’
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers leaned on a mantra from a classic baseball movie in their quest to land Tom Brady. The Bucs’ front office dubbed their plan “Operation Shoeless Joe Jackson,” ESPN’s Ian O’Connor reported, with player personnel director John Spytek – Brady’s former Michigan teammate – constantly telling GM Jason Licht “if we build...
LA Gov: Pastor 'grossly irresponsible' to hold service
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards discusses the pastor in his state planning to hold Palm Sunday service despite the stay at home order in place
Cuomo: New York may be hitting coronavirus apex as state deaths dip slightly
An additional 594 New Yorkers have died from the coronavirus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday — a still staggering toll, but actually the first daily decline in some time, as hospitalizations also dropped. By comparison, 630 fatalities were reported Saturday in the worst day yet. A total of 4,159 New Yorkers have now been lost...
Fareed's Take: Cascading crises of the pandemic
Fareed gives his take on the chain reaction of crises from the Covid-19 crisis, arguing the U.S. is undermining any global response.
How Congress can protect a vital segment of our workforce
Saket Soni writes that Congress should act to provide support for a key group of US workers: an estimated 10.5 million undocumented immigrants.
UK's Grand National goes virtual using CGI technology
The Virtual Grand National was broadcast "live" in the UK, and like the real thing, fans could place bets on the hopeful winners, all to benefit the National Health Service. CNN World Sport's Don Riddell tells the story.
Some pastors defiant as churches celebrate Palm Sunday during coronavirus outbreak
Several pastors across the country plan to keep their doors open to Christians to celebrate Palm Sunday Mass in defiance of quarantine orders meant to protect people from the highly contagious coronavirus.
Illinois Gov: Fewer deaths if gov't had prepared
Governor J.B. Pritzker says that the country would not be in as bad shape as it's in today if the government had prepared earlier.
Illinois Gov on whether NFL season can start on time
Governor J.B. Pritzker says 'it's not up to us' in response to whether the NFL season will start on schedule.
Biden says it was ‘close to criminal’ for Navy to oust captain who warned of coronavirus outbreak on aircraft carrier
The former vice president sharply criticized the firing of Brett Crozier, who was removed after he spoke up in a leaked letter to his superiors on conditions aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
On GPS: How will the economy recover from Covid-19?
Nobel-winning economist Paul Krugman and Economist Editor-in-Chief Zanny Minton-Beddoes join Fareed to game out recovery scenarios for the global economy.
Edwards on what Fauci told govs at Feb. meeting
Jake Tapper asks Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards about a meeting he had with Dr. Fauci in February, well before the major outbreak in his state.
The Ivy League was first to cancel sports. Here’s what it says about when games might return.
Robin Harris, the Ivy League's executive director, revisits the conference's decision to cancel its basketball tournaments, which set off a wave of sports cancellations.
Italian PM: ‘All conflicts around the world should stop’ during global pandemic
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte called for the nations of the world to put aside their differences and unite against a common “powerful and invisible enemy”: the coronavirus pandemic.
Clyburn: New House panel is not about Trump
Jake Tapper interviews the chair of the new House committee created to oversee the stimulus bill, Majority Whip Jim Clyburn
Trump administration tells states to step up as governors plead for aid
The surgeon general says states need to be “Rosie The Riveter” as the country prepares for a crisis resembling World War II.
Coronavirus cases surge inside Chicago jail
With 291 confirmed coronavirus cases, the jail is experiencing one of the largest outbreaks inside a U.S. correctional facility.
Google Searches Can Help Us Find Emerging Covid-19 Outbreaks
They can also reveal symptoms that at first went undetected. I may have found a new one.
Transcript: Michael Dowling on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with Michael Dowling, President & CEO, Northwell Health that aired Sunday, April 5, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
Pope Francis holds Palm Sunday Mass in near-empty St. Peter’s Basilica
Pope Francis held Palm Sunday Mass behind closed doors in a near-empty Vatican church — instead live-streaming the service as he called for a heroic response to the coronavirus pandemic. The 83-year-old pontiff — who has twice tested negative for the deadly contagion — kicked off the Holy Week events that lead to Easter in...
Joe Biden says Democratic National Convention might be ‘virtual’ event
Joe Biden said Sunday the already rescheduled Democratic National Convention may have to be a “virtual” event because of social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic. “Well, we’re going to have to do a convention, may have to do a virtual convention,” the former vice president and 2020 Democratic presidential frontrunner said on ABC News’...
South Sudan Becomes the 51st Country in Africa With COVID-19 as It Confirms Its First Case
South Sudan, with 11 million people, currently has four ventilators
Esper: 'There could be an impact to readiness'
Defense Secretary Mark Esper tells Jake Tapper that the coronavirus could impact the readiness of the US Armed Forces.
Esper says Pentagon deployed 'many' ventilators
In an interview with Jake Tapper, Defense Secretary disputes that the military has not deployed ventilators from it's stockpile.
Last Look: Scientists team up to tackle COVID-19
Fareed highlights how scientists and technologists from around the world have collaborated to tackle COVID-19; putting politicians to shame
Esper: Mercy and Comfort could take coronavirus patients
In an interview with Jake Tapper, Defense Secretary Mark Esper outlines how the two navy hospital ships in New York and LA could be used.
Dr. Marc Siegel: Coronavirus testing's next step – rapid point-of-care tests will be a game-changer
There is an important tool that could ease the pressure and the focus on social distancing and obsessive disinfection as the only method to decrease the spread of this dangerous new virus.
Conservative Radio Host Erick Erickson Criticized for Placing 'Burning Cross' in Front Yard
The radio personality was accused of bigotry or having no awareness of U.S. history after posting a picture on social media Saturday night that many critics said looked like a "burning cross."
Coronavirus 'Achilles' heel' may have been found, experts say
The coronavirus pandemic has ravaged the majority of the world, upending nearly every facet of life, as researchers race to find a cure. However, a newly published study suggests researchers may have found what's been described as its "Achilles heel."
THC-tainted candy unknowingly distributed at Utah food bank sickens children
Two children in Utah have been hospitalized after eating THC-infused candy that were unknowingly given out at a local food bank that has seen an increase in donations amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Gov: Illinois needs thousands of ventilators in 2 weeks
In an interview with Jake Tapper, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker lays out his struggle to get medical equipment from the federal government
Maine, Maryland institutions to study warm waters, lobsters
A group of institutions from Maine and Maryland is using a National Science Foundation grant to study the impact the warming of New England waters is having on baby lobsters
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Esper: Pentagon response has been 'ahead of the curve'
Jake Tapper interviews the Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper on how the military is responding to coronavirus and the removal of the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt
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Confirmed Cases In The U.S. Top 300,000 As New Hot Spots Emerge
In a sobering briefing on Saturday, President Trump warned that this coming week will be the toughest yet. "There's going to be a lot of death, unfortunately," he said.
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Pennsylvania fire department vows to help kids unable to celebrate birthdays due to coronavirus
It’s hard to have a party with social distancing.
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Texas hotel offers free lodging to hospital workers on coronavirus frontlines
A downtown Dallas hotel is offering free lodging to medical professionals “serving on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
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Edwards: Louisiana runs out of ventilators Thursday
Jake Tapper interviews Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards about the escalating crisis in his state and what to expect in the next few weeks
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Coronavirus spreading rapidly through California nursing homes, assisted-living centers
Officials are alarmed at the coronavirus spread among residents and staff in California nursing homes and assisted-living centers.
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Miley Cyrus and boyfriend Cody Simpson deliver tacos to healthcare workers
Simpson posted about the delivery Saturday on Instagram.
Pennsylvania firefighters discover massive underage party amid coronavirus lockdown
While responding to a separate call about a man being assaulted in the woods, volunteer firefighters stumbled upon a group of about 100 young people drinking and partying in rural Pennsylvania early Saturday morning despite social distancing measures meant to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Surgeon general warns this week 'is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment'
Jerome Adams said: “This is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans’ lives, quite frankly.”