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Home security camera captures mountain lion jumping over fence at California home

A home security camera captured a mountain lion jumping over a fence at a San Bruno, California, home.       
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Suspect dead, officer injured after courthouse shooting
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Principal reads Charlotte's Web to students online
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Woman raises neighbors' spirits with CoronaChoir
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'My dad was somebody:' Daughter reacts to death
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Girl with brittle bone disease inspires others
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Woman posts desperate fight against Covid-19
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Hospital flooded with Covid-19 patients
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German zoos ask Merkel for funds to feed animals during pandemic
BERLIN – Zoos in Germany have written to Chancellor Angela Merkel pleading for 100 million euros to help them look after their animals during the coronavirus crisis. “Unlike other organizations, we cannot just run down our operations, our animals must be fed and looked after,” said Joerg Junhold, president of the Association of Zoos, which...
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Dr. Deborah Birx's life is the 'epitome' of the American story: Tammy Bruce
Fox News contributor and Fox Nation host Tammy Bruce took a moment to recognize the inspiring story of a previously-little known doctor, who is now front-and-center during the White House coronavirus task force news conference on a nearly daily basis.
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South Korean shoe cobbler called 'angel' for doing this for 'poor and needy' amid coronavirus despair
“Wouldn’t it be good if I give the people strength and courage?”
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'Panic and neglect': Scientific improvements help fight pandemics like coronavirus, but funding lags between emergencies
Prior outbreaks such as SARS, MERS and H1N1 offer lessons in containing coronavirus. But funding for public health agencies dries up after outbreaks.       
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HHS official pressed on why WHO, governors still say coronavirus testing is insufficient
HHS (Health and Human Services) Assistant Secretary Admiral Brett Giroir was asked Tuesday about the apparent disconnect between the message coming from the administration on the number of available coronavirus (COVID-19) tests and reports coming from state governors and the World Health Organization (WHO) on testing being insufficient.
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Washington State Sees 20 Percent Drop in Hospitalizations of Patients with Coronavirus-Like Symptoms
Hospitals in Washington State have experienced a 20 percent drop in the hospitalization of patients exhibiting symptoms related to the novel coronavirus, according to the state's Department of Health (DOH).
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Born in 1908, this British pensioner is officially the world's oldest man
A British pensioner has just been the crowned the world's oldest man after he celebrated his 112th birthday.
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Rob Reiner: 'Donald Trump’s Mental Illness Is Killing People'
Hollywood filmmaker Rob Reiner is keeping up its verbal attacks on President Donald Trump as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage around the world, claiming in no uncertain terms that the president's "mental illness" is in fact "killing people."
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NFL team owners approve expanding playoffs to 14 teams this season
NFL owners voted in favor Tuesday of expanding the postseason to 14 teams. The new playoff format will start during the 2020 season.
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Amid criticism, Macron vows to raise medical gear output to tackle coronavirus
President Emmanuel Macron pledged on Tuesday to make France self-sufficient in protective masks by year-end and learn lessons from the coronavirus emergency, firing back at growing criticism of his government over painful equipment shortages.
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7 tips to survive working from home with your spouse
Workers across the country are sharing a new office with a new co-worker: their significant other.
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Italy health official says nation hit ‘plateau’ 3 weeks after lockdown
Italy has hit a “plateau” in the coronavirus pandemic — just three weeks after going into lockdown, one of the country’s top health officials said Tuesday. Dr. Silvio Brusaferro, who is chief of Italy’s national institutes of health, said the hardest-hit country in Europe has started to see the rate of new infections slowing down....
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Biden makes pitch as an empathetic leader in new digital ad
Joe Biden describes the coronavirus crisis as a "war" and frontline workers as "soldiers" in a new digital ad that will air in battleground states.
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Running outside during the coronavirus pandemic: Is it OK?
As long as social distancing is maintained, one expert said running and walking outdoors is "probably still safe."
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‘I Still Can’t Believe What I’m Seeing.’ What It’s Like to Live Across the Street From a Temporary Morgue During the Coronavirus Outbreak
The arrival of makeshift morgues has thrust the pandemic into full view as it envelopes the nation’s largest city.
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Valentina Shevchenko injured; UFC 251 title fight vs. Joanne Calderwood on hold
Valentina Shevchenko's next title defense will have to wait a little longer.       Related StoriesSpinning Back Clique: What is going on with Jon Jones? And UFC 249, what is even happening?Calvin Kattar utilizing Bill Belichick mindset, Tony Ferguson-like workouts ahead of UFC 249UFC free fight: Relive Khabib Nurmagomedov's UFC debut in 2012 
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Tell Us About Trying To Get Tested For The Coronavirus
Experts have said that testing is essential to controlling the coronovirus pandemic. Tell us your experiences trying to access testing for the coronavirus.
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A Red-State Mayor’s Lonely Fight Against the Coronavirus
As Florida’s governor waffles, Tampa Mayor Jane Castor is trying to protect her constituents as best as she can.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo addresses brother's positive Covid-19 diagnosis
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo addressed the news that his brother and CNN anchor Chris Cuomo tested positive for coronavirus saying "there is a lesson in this."
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'Grey's Anatomy' cast thanks medical workers fighting coronavirus: 'We are so grateful'
"Grey's Anatomy" cast members took time out of their day to send special messages to the hardworking medical professionals out on the frontlines battling coronavirus.
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Retired tennis player Patrick McEnroe tests positive for coronavirus
ESPN commentator and former tennis player Patrick McEnroe has tested positive for COVID-19, but he said he's feeling better as he remains in quarantine.
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The Ingenious Ways People Are Playing Board Games Like Codenames on Zoom
Game choice is paramount.
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Zack Moss: 5 things to know about the 2020 NFL draft prospect
Zack Moss is a running back who is looking to make the jump from college to the pros.
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'Buy more fruits and vegetables': L.A.'s produce wholesalers are seeing a 90% drop in sales
Vendors at 7th Street Produce Market have been hit hard as retailers cut orders due to the coronavirus shutdown
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Up your at-home cocktail (or mocktail) game with these bar essentials
In this time of social distancing, virtual happy hours are becoming the norm to unwind, de-stress and reconnect with friends and family. How to make this time of day even more happy? Invest in a few great tool kits, glasses and more.
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'Fortnite' v12.30 Leaked Skins: Celebrate Easter With a Chocolate Monster
Bun Bun just wants to give you a hug hug in "Fortnite" update 12.30. Check out the latest leaked skins here.
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Rick Scott calls for congressional inquiry into WHO's coronavirus response
The Florida senator has raised concerns over WHO’s relationship with Beijing.
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Navy captain pleads for help as coronavirus sweeps through aircraft carrier
Captain Brett Crozier sent an urgent letter to the Navy with aggressive measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among the crew of the aircraft carrier.
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Coronavirus: Facebook Removes Post by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
Shortly after Twitter removed a post about the coronavirus pandemic by Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, Facebook followed suit also removing the president's post from its platform as well. 
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Asleep at the Wheel leader Ray Benson says he's tested positive for coronavirus
Ray Benson, who turned 69 this month, said he's felt tired, but didn't have many of the other COVID-19 symptoms.        
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Average Gas Prices Are Below $2. A Few Stations Are Even Selling For Under $1
AAA says the national average is $1.997 per gallon and it's expected to drop further in the coming weeks. In a few places it's less than half that, but most Americans aren't driving much these days.
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Coronavirus mandates: These states are threatening fines, jail time and restrictions for people who ignore self-isolation orders
A number of states and localities have warned residents of punishments for those ignoring the state and federal-imposed rules to social distance in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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NYC morgues, cemeteries overwhelmed as coronavirus death toll rises
New York State Funeral Directors Association director Mike Lanotte said religious cemeteries, including ones run by the Archdiocese of New York, have put protocols in place to protect staff working in cemeteries that have led to less manpower.
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At least 17 die from coronavirus at nursing home in Germany
A dozen residents at the Hanns-Lilje retirement home in Wolfsburg died of coronavirus on Saturday — and five more died between Sunday and Monday.
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Opinion: Let's burst the idea of playing the remainder of the NBA season in a bubble
Commentators are agitating for the NBA to return by creating a coronavirus-free environment where players would live and play games and not much else.        
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Opinion: Putting athletes at risk to entertain us during lockdown is no game
Ideas have been circulating to resume play in leagues around the world in isolated areas. But it overlooks the risk and mental toll it would put on athletes.        
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Burger King, Popeyes to use thermometers on workers, pay bonus for April amid coronavirus outbreak
The owner of several popular fast-food chains recently addressed the coronavirus outbreak.
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Louisiana officials fearful hospitals will be overwhelmed
CNN's Ed Lavandera reports on the spike in Covid-19 cases in Louisiana that officials are fearing will strain their hospitals.
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How could sports resume? The good, bad and downright crazy ideas
Here's what we know won't happen once sports can be played again: The calendar will not just be picked up where it left off for any sport       
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Inside the chaotic effort to get Americans home as coronavirus spread around world
As the State Department hustles to get stranded Americans back to the US amid the coronavirus pandemic, a new agency checklist shows the depths to which staffers have gone to reach those grounded citizens. The checklist, obtained and released by Politico, shows an outline of methods to reach and assist the tens of thousands of...
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Coronavirus' 'social distancing' is a scammer's dream. Here's how to not be a victim
During 'stay home' orders across the country, scammers will be able to take advantage of consumers who are in isolation and could be more vulnerable.       
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