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When Does ‘New Amsterdam’ Return?
Here's when the next new episode of this popular medical drama airs on NBC.
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nypost.com
UK designer turns her family’s home into colorful Barbie Dreamhouse
One mom turned her boring house into a "wacky and wonderful" sanctuary of fun.
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nypost.com
Boss accidentally transforms into potato during videoconference
Fortunately, no one was sacked over the mishap. A company videoconference went hilariously awry after its boss accidentally transformed herself into a potato due to a filter mishap and couldn’t undo it, much to the amusement of her colleagues. A tweet chronicling her inadvertent makeover has racked up almost 697K likes and over 161K retweets...
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nypost.com
Digital Infrastructure Projects May Not Be a Coronavirus Recession Quick Fix, But Could Boost Long-term Economy, Experts Say
The end goals laid out by Democrats—expanding access to things like clean water, tele-health, remote teaching, broadband internet and 5G—are objectives that could require time-consuming solutions but yield long-term benefits, some economists said.
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newsweek.com
Yale epidemiology professor accuses NYTimes of 'journalistic malpractice' over report on Trump's virus-testing claim
An epidemiologist from Yale University slammed The New York Times over a report about a clash between President Trump and state governors and ongoing concerns about coronavirus testing. 
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foxnews.com
Science project proving Tom Brady cheated backfires on 11-year-old Bucs fan
Deflategate jokes might not be so funny anymore to Tom Brady’s new fanbase. Time to delete the old tweets. But one science fair project — titled, “Is Tom Brady a Cheater?” — may be a little harder to get out of for one 11-year-old Buccaneers fan. Ace Davis went viral last year for his project...
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nypost.com
New coronavirus death rate estimates show risk rising sharply with age
The fatality rate for people infected with the novel coronavirus is estimated to be less than 1%, according to a new study. It's 1.38% for those with COVID-19.
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latimes.com
To Stop The Pandemic, Seema Verma Is 'Getting Rid Of A Lot Of Regulations'
As head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Verma says she's working to ease safety rules and lighten licensing requirements, to expand the number of hospital beds and health workers.
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npr.org
Captain of aircraft carrier asks U.S. Navy to evacuate crew amid 'accelerating' COVID-19 outbreak
The Navy captain said conditions on the ship are conducive to the spread of the coronavirus. "We are not at war. Sailors to not need to die," he said.      
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usatoday.com
Trump rejects Obamacare special enrollment period amid pandemic
President Donald Trump and administration officials recently said they were considering relaunching HealthCare.gov.
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politico.com
Ben Shapiro says psychological toll of coronavirus restrictions greater than WWII: 'This is really rough'
The uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic is likely more psychologically taxing than the fear felt by the public during World War II, conservative commentator Ben Shapiro said Tuesday.
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foxnews.com
Working From Home? Here Are 8 Ways to Boost Your Internet Speed
We could all use a little boost right now
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time.com
Courthouse shooting erupts in Asheville
Authorities say a gunman was killed in an exchange of gunfire with officers outside a North Carolina courthouse. (March 31)       
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usatoday.com
Pelosi said Trump is responsible for American deaths. Watch Biden's answer
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said President Donald Trump should have taken more initiative in the past to slow the coronavirus outbreak and should utilize more resources available through the Defense Production Act.
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edition.cnn.com
Thomas Massie says he did Trump a favor forcing in-person coronavirus vote
Rep. Thomas Massie says his decision to force lawmakers to return to Washington to vote on a $2 trillion coronavirus bill actually did President Trump a favor — though he hasn’t been able to explain it to the president on the phone. The Kentucky Republican said Tuesday he made it unlikely that House Speaker Nancy...
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nypost.com
The Kennedy Center Announces Plans to Furlough 60 Percent of Staff Despite $25 Million Stimulus Grant
The arts center released a statement Tuesday citing a necessity to "scale back the entire institution's personnel costs" while performance schedules are suspended.
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newsweek.com
From cupcakes to candles, you can now find Dr. Anthony Fauci's face on everything
Not all heroes wear capes -- but some of them do wear stethoscopes.
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edition.cnn.com
UK boy, 13, is country's youngest patient to die from coronavirus, officials say
The United Kingdom lost its youngest victim to coronavirus on Monday, a 13-year-old boy with no underlying health conditions, officials said.
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foxnews.com
John Krasinski welcomes former 'Office' TV boss Steve Carell to new YouTube show
John Krasinski launched a new YouTube channel dedicated to discussing good news, and his first guest was "The Office" co-star Steve Carell.       
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usatoday.com
Coronavirus leaves NYC's homeless students struggling to connect to virtual classrooms
To combat the spread of COVID-19, school districts across the nation have closed, leaving many students to depend on e-learning -- a struggle especially for the homeless.
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foxnews.com
See how hospitals are adapting to equipment shortages
CNN's Sara Sidner takes a look inside a Seattle hospital preparing for a surge of coronavirus patients amid recent outbreaks across the nation.
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edition.cnn.com
‘Tiger King’ star Carole Baskin: I did not put my husband in a meat grinder
She sees herself as the victim in "Tiger King." Armchair detectives see things differently.
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nypost.com
De Blasio orders Amazon probe after COVID-19 strike organizer fired
"We heard from Staten Island, from the Amazon Fulfillment Center, a specific charge that a worker raised health and safety concerns, raised social distancing concerns, was fired," Mayor Bill de Blasio said at a coronavirus briefing in Queens Tuesday.
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nypost.com
Vegas moves homeless population amid outbreak
Homeless people in Las Vegas have been directed to sleep in a makeshift parking lot camp as a way to limit the spread of the coronavirus. The move comes after a shelter closed when a man staying there tested positive for COVID-19. (March 31)       
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usatoday.com
Kris and Kylie Jenner announce Kylie Skin will make hand sanitizer
In addition to the $1 million the beauty mogul already donated to coronavirus relief efforts.
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nypost.com
Faults in FBI surveillance applications went beyond Page, watchdog finds
Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz reviewed 29 surveillance applications submitted to FISA Cand found issues with the underlying documentation in all 29.
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cbsnews.com
California to release 3,500 inmates early as coronavirus spreads inside prisons
As coronavirus spreads, California prisons plan to release 3,500 inmates early.
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latimes.com
After Surge In Cases, Michigan Now 3rd In Country For Coronavirus Deaths
More than 80% of total cases are in the three populous Detroit metro-area counties of Oakland, Macomb and Wayne, according to state officials.
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npr.org
Should We All Be Wearing Masks In Public? Health Experts Revisit The Question
There are rumblings that U.S. health officials may start encouraging Americans to wear face masks to cut down on asymptomatic spread. But with continued shortages, it's not clear how we'd do that.
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npr.org
In the Hamptons and Martha's Vineyard, locals fear wealthy coronavirus refugees
Tensions are rising as city-dwellers flock to resort communities like the Hamptons, Martha's Vineyard and Newport, Rhode Island, looking for respite from coronavirus hotpots. But some year-round residents fear the influx of people will spread the virus and stretch local resources thin.
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edition.cnn.com
The American Film Institute Launches Movie Club for the Quarantined
Steven Spielberg introduces the first film, "The Wizard of Oz."
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newsweek.com
FBI warns of hackers hijacking online Zoom meetings, classes
Even working from home isn’t safe! Hackers have been hijacking video conferences and online classrooms on the popular software Zoom, in a frightening trend emerging amid the coronavirus pandemic, the FBI warned on Monday. “The FBI has received multiple reports of conferences being disrupted by pornographic and/or hate images and threatening language,” said a warning...
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nypost.com
Food wholesalers ply survival tactics amid hotel, restaurant closings
As restaurants, hotels, schools and other big institutions get shuttered by the coronavirus, the food wholesalers that supply them are cooking up fresh tactics to survive. Sysco, the nation’s biggest food distributor, is temporarily giving up selling fresh meat and produce altogether amid the COVID-19 crisis, The Post has learned, even as it scrambles to...
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nypost.com
Louisiana sees over 1,200 new coronavirus cases in one day
The newly diagnosed 2,212 cases brought the state's tally to 5,237 cases, representing a 30% increase in 24 hours, according to the Louisiana Department of Health.
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nypost.com
How to spiff up your work-from-home space when you're spending a lot of time on Zoom
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many people to relocate their work to their homes. Here's how to jazz up your new office and look good on Zoom.       
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usatoday.com
Dr. James Andrews suspends Tommy John surgeries amid coronavirus
Tommy John surgeries are still being done in the age of coronavirus, just not by one of the most renowned orthopedic surgeons in the game. Dr. James Andrews has suspended Tommy John surgeries at the Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in Florida, according to the Boston Globe. “We are not performing any non-urgent...
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nypost.com
Isaiah McKenzie on 2020 NFL season season: With Tom Brady gone, 'it'll be the Bills' time to take over'
Isaiah McKenzie had a chance to sign elsewhere when free agency began, but the receiver wanted to come back to the Buffalo Bills.        
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usatoday.com
Indiana restaurant owner cuts hair like Joe Exotic to raise money for workers after coronavirus shutdown
Desperate times call for desperate hair styles.
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foxnews.com
Facebook, Twitter delete some world leaders' posts over false information
Facebook and Twitter have deleted social media posts from Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro that they deemed to be spreading misinformation regarding COVID-19.
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foxnews.com
Oregon high school football coach who disarmed gunman awarded special honor
The Oregon high school football coach who disarmed a gunman and prevented a possible school shooting before embracing the suspect will be honored for his actions. 
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foxnews.com
Bay Area extends coronavirus order; funerals limited and construction projects halted
Coronavirus: Bay Area limits size of funerals, shuts down most construction projects with expanded stay-at-home order.
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latimes.com
Face masks could be part of the answer
Jennifer Lee writes that based on the available research, public health can benefit from everyone wearing face masks in public spaces. The US should strongly consider more widespread use of this protective gear, in addition to hand hygiene and social distancing.
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edition.cnn.com
Will the NFL season start on time amid COVID-19 pandemic?
USA TODAY Sports' Mike Jones breaks down the status of the 2020 NFL regular season.        
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usatoday.com
Is Drew Brees Retiring from the NFL? Saints Coach Sean Payton Says 2020 Is Quarterback's Last Season
On Tuesday, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton suggested that 2020 will be the final season for the team's quarterback, Drew Brees.
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newsweek.com
How to apply for a small business stimulus loan
Companies with 500 or fewer workers that have been hurt by the pandemic are eligible for loans to cover payroll and bills.
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cbsnews.com
GOP seeks to claw back Kennedy Center's $25M stimulus payout, as opera house continues layoffs
Two Republican congressmen are now seeking to reclaim the $25 million allocated in the recent coronavirus stimulus bill to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as reports emerged Tuesday that the opera house will furlough roughly 60 percent of its full-time administrative staff, after already suspending pay for more than 700 part-time employees and musicians.
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foxnews.com
Lakers clear quarantine, no players have COVID-19 symptoms
Having finished their home quarantine, the Lakers announced that all of their players are without COVID-19 symptoms.
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latimes.com
Independent worker group calls for Whole Foods 'sick out'
An independent group of workers at Whole Foods Market called on colleagues to phone in sick to the grocer's stores on Tuesday to protest what they say is a lack of adequate compensation and protections from the coronavirus.
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reuters.com