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Powerball Drawing For 04/08/20: Wednesday Jackpot is $190 Million
The Powerball jackpot for 04/08/20 is worth $190 million, with a cash option of $156.0 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Wednesday..
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newsweek.com
Volcanic activity likely changed Earth’s climate 200M years ago, study says
A new study suggests that volcanic eruptions severely altered the climate of the planet at the end of the Triassic period, at the height of the age of dinosaurs, more than 200 million years ago. The research, published in Nature Communications, highlights the “deep” levels of carbon dioxide that are believed to be responsible for...
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nypost.com
One call at a time, he listens as an economic crisis unfolds because of the coronavirus. He can’t help.
Ted Kelly of the Philadelphia Unemployment Project has become the receptacle for a city’s pain amid mass layoffs.
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washingtonpost.com
In 2016, Trump won voters who disliked both candidates. In 2020, Biden has that (dubious) advantage.
At least for now.
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washingtonpost.com
People are now wearing their bedding as fashion amid coronavirus pandemic
Who needs streetwear when you've got sheetwear?
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nypost.com
‘Full House’ cast gives opening credits a coronavirus-twist
Whatever happened to predictability? Sweetly — if predictably — the cast of “Full House” has joined the bandwagon of celebrities reuniting and producing social distancing-themed content to bolster fans’ spirits from quarantine. Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner) posted a remake of the beloved sitcom’s intro to her Instagram on Wednesday, with actors reprising their parts...
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nypost.com
'Yikes!' Amanpour reacts to Fox News montage about virus
CNN's Christiane Amanpour and NYT opinion columnist Kara Swisher discuss Fox News' role in spreading misinformation about the coronavirus.
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edition.cnn.com
Today’s coronavirus update: NY flattening the curve; Wuhan lifts lockdown
The coronavirus hotspot of New York State is “flattening the curve” of cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday — while the predicted number of overall deaths nationwide went down. The Empire State’s dramatic shutdown — which began March 20 — is beginning to pay off as the number of people flooding into hospitals slows down...
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nypost.com
Trump’s company, suffering from virus-related closures, makes rent payment on Florida golf club
The Trump Organization made its payment after the company had inquired about possible payment relief.
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washingtonpost.com
NHL releases prospect rankings ahead of yet-to-be-rescheduled draft
Alexis Lafreniere was ranked as the No. 1 North American skater by NHL Central Scouting in advance of the draft. Tim Stuetzle is the top international skater.
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latimes.com
Cats, dogs, Quillie the hedgehog source of comfort in crisis
Whether dog, cat, or, yes, a hedgehog named Quillie Nelson, pets are proving to be just what the doctor ordered during lockdown. (April 8)       
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usatoday.com
Bernie Sanders is out. Here's how his rivals, and supporters, are reacting
Bernie Sanders has quit the presidential race Here are reactions from Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, President Trump, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others.
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latimes.com
Linda Tripp, Key Figure in Clinton Sex Scandal, Dies at 70
Tripp, who exposed the affair between Monica Lewinsky and President Bill Clinton, died at the age of 70.
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newsweek.com
Dr. Anthony Fauci, governors top new poll on coronavirus response
Dr. Anthony Fauci got the highest approval rating for his handling of the coronavirus response while governors came in second, President Trump third and Congress dead last a new poll said Wednesday. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the top doctor on the administration’s Coronavirus Task Force, won the...
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nypost.com
The surprising music and design that inspired ‘Trolls World Tour’
It’s a jukebox of cute.
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nypost.com
Doc Rivers says Clippers goals haven't changed despite COVID-19
Clippers coach Doc Rivers checks in daily with players and reminds them of their championship goal and not to use hiatus as a reason they can't win.
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latimes.com
Italy closes ports to rescue ships, targeting migrants
Non-national migrant rescue ships will no longer be able to dock in Italy, after the country declared its ports were not safe due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Tracy Morgan defends President Trump's pandemic response, praises healthcare workers
Tracy Morgan defends Donald Trump, praises police and healthcare workers and jokes wife is pregnant three times during quarantine in TODAY interview.       
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usatoday.com
Kentucky Republican again threatens to halt quick passage of coronavirus aid package
Rep. Thomas Massie indicated Wednesday that he will oppose any attempt to pass new funding for small business loans through the House by unanimous consent or voice vote, a threat that follows his previous objection to quick passage of a $2 trillion Covid-19 stimulus deal.
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Clemson's Dabo Swinney responds to criticism over private flight to Florida amid coronavirus pandemic
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney recently revealed that he took a trip to Florida on his private plane this past month, and he noted that he may go again for Easter this upcoming weekend.
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foxnews.com
Review: You can watch 'Trolls World Tour' at home. Kid will like it. Adults almost will
It may test the patience of adults, but "Trolls World Tour" is likely to entertain kids stuck inside during the coronavirus outbreak.
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latimes.com
Meet the medical students joining the coronavirus fight
Corin Kinkhabwala was hoping to take it easy during his last few months of medical school. “The plan was to do a research elective, hang out, go to the gym and play music before graduation in May,” the 29-year-old tells The Post. Instead, the East Village resident is treating COVID-19 patients at Montefiore hospital in...
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nypost.com
Ready to restart sports? Medical experts say, not so fast
A nation yearns for sports, a hint of normalcy, amid the coronavirus pandemic. But infectious disease experts wonder: Is it realistic?
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latimes.com
Michigan doctor says Detroit coronavirus outbreak 'like adding fuel to fire'
Dr. Teena Chopra, a Detroit-based infectious disease specialist, warned Wednesday that the Motor City's high COVID-19 mortality rate is not yet leveling off, despite a suggestion to the contrary by the city's mayor.
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foxnews.com
Maryland police find body of missing Kennedy child after five-day search of Chesapeake Bay
Police have recovered the body of Gideon McKean, the missing 8-year-old great-grandson of Robert F. Kennedy.       
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usatoday.com
Virginia police department gets puppy in memory of officer
A Virginia police department has received the gift of a 10-month-old puppy in memory of an officer who was killed earlier this year
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washingtonpost.com
‘Celebrity Ghost Stories’ medium Kim Russo claims she channeled Elvis Presley: ‘That never happens randomly’
Kim Russo says she isn’t surprised spirits are reaching to the stars.
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foxnews.com
Publisher of hydroxychloroquine study touted by Trump says the research didn't meet its standards
President Trump has been a cheerleader for the drug hydroxychloroquine, pointing in a tweet and in person to a French study as evidence that one particular drug combination might be "one of the biggest game changers in the history of medicine."
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edition.cnn.com
California releases limited racial breakdown of coronavirus patients and deaths
Coronavirus: California releases limited racial breakdown of patients and deaths.
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latimes.com
Loretta Lynn’s bond with Patsy Cline remains strong
Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn’s friendship in the early ‘60s created an unbreakable bond between the two country music trailblazers
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washingtonpost.com
Volcano emissions released during ancient mass extinction offer us a warning, scientists say
Volcanic eruptions that played a role in triggering a mass extinction 200 million years ago offer a sober warning for us today amid our warming climate.
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foxnews.com
The most promising coronavirus breakthroughs so far, from vaccines to treatments
Researchers from around the world are all racing to find a vaccine for COVID-19. And they’re close — a number of approaches are about to start human trials — from Band-Aid-like microneedle stickers to traditional shots in the arm. Still, experts say, widespread vaccine use could be at least a couple of years away. “If...
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nypost.com
Exclusive — FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn: Coronavirus Antibodies Testing Ramping Up, Plasma-Based Treatments on the Way
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) administrator Dr. Stephen Hahn told Breitbart News exclusively on Wednesday that his agency is working with private industry leaders to bring more antibody testing and promising potential plasma-based treatments for the coronavirus to the American public.
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breitbart.com
Group Nine Media, owner of The Dodo, Popsugar and Thrillist, slashing 7 percent of staff
Group Nine Media, which owns The Dodo, Thrillist and PopSugar, is eliminating 7 percent of its workforce, or just over 50 people, in the latest cuts by a digital news organization in the wake of the coronavirus. The company, one of nations five biggest digital publishers, currently has more 700 employees, sources said. It’s the...
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nypost.com
CDC considers relaxing coronavirus guidelines, letting some Americans return to work
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is considering relaxing coronavirus guidelines as early as Wednesday, allowing Americans who have been exposed to COVID-19 but are asymptomatic to return to work.
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foxnews.com
WHO fires back after Trump threatened to pull US funding
The head of the World Health Organization defended the organization's response to the coronavirus pandemic, at one point directly responding to criticisms leveled by President Donald Trump.
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edition.cnn.com
New York City's medical examiner goes on a mortuary hiring spree
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politico.com
Body of 8-year-old boy recovered in Chesapeake Bay, ending search for Kennedy family members who went missing
Gideon McKean and his mother, Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, died after they were swept out of a canoe last week. Gideon is the grandson of former Md. lieutenant governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
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washingtonpost.com
Beating the Coronavirus Requires an Entrepreneur's Approach | Opinion
The government is taking two actions. First is shutting down the economy; second is following protocols and testing that seek answers with 100 percent certainty. Both realities can't simultaneously exist.
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newsweek.com
National Guard increasing troops to combat virus
The National Guard is expected to increase the number of its troops by more than 10,000 in the next week or two in the fight against the coronavirus, the commander of National Guard Bureau said Wednesday. (April 8)       
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usatoday.com
Some coronavirus patients on ventilators may not need them, report says
Some top doctors on the front lines treating COVID-19 patients say that many of them could be effectively treated with less invasive respiratory support than that provided by ventilators, a new report said Wednesday. If they are right, putting patients on ventilators could offer little help to many and could even be harmful to some...
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nypost.com
Virginia nursing home's coronavirus death toll soars to 33
Fatalities at one nursing home near Richmond approaches number of deaths at Washington state facility that was an early epicenter of the coronavirus.       
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usatoday.com
Nordstrom takes 40% off dresses, jumpsuits, and sandals for Better Together Sale
Your search for standout deals on chic fashions is over now that Nordstrom has launched its Better Together Sale. You can currently get 40% off luxury dresses, jumpsuits, and sandals from Tory Burch, Vince Camuto, Manolo Blahnik, and more. During the Better Together Sale, Nordstrom will be discounting items from some of your favorite brands,...
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nypost.com
How to Boil Water: Perfect English roast potatoes
Boiled then shallow-fried in the oven, perfect English roast potatoes are fluffy inside and exceedingly crunchy outside.
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latimes.com
Smokers urged quit over risk of developing severe coronavirus symptoms
Smokers are being urged to quit by health officials, who warn they’re 14 times likelier to develop severe coronavirus symptoms. Public Health England warned that the habit weakens the lungs, which puts smokers in danger of coming down with a bad case of the virus. “In light of this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, there has never...
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nypost.com
Alexander, Blunt call on Azar to declare antibody tests free for patients
The antibody tests could help determine the true size of the U.S. outbreak and determine who has immunity against reinfection.
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politico.com
Opinion: Coronavirus proved Bernie Sanders right. But only partly
The pandemic showed how valuable universal health coverage would be. But Sanders' version of it, Medicare for All, is not the only way to make sure everyone is insured.
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latimes.com