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Politician Gets Interrupted By Her Kid During Live Interview Like It’s BBC Dad All Over Again
It was like BBC Dad all over again
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time.com
White House considering U.S. Treasury coronavirus bond: Kudlow
White House advisers have been discussing the possibility of a coronavirus-related U.S. Treasury bond, President Donald Trump's economic adviser Larry Kudlow told CNBC on Monday.
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reuters.com
Stocks jump as COVID deaths slow; oil falls on OPEC+ delay
World stock markets jumped on Monday, encouraged by a slowdown in coronavirus-related deaths and new cases in some of the world's hot spots, while a delay in talks between Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut supply sent oil prices tumbling again.
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reuters.com
Top CEOs warning Trump of economic shutdown amid coronavirus
The country's leading CEOs are sounding the alarm in private conversations with President Trump that businesses could face economic ruin amid the coronavirus crisis.
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nypost.com
Chicago pizzeria using oven to make face shields for healthcare workers
Pizza ovens aren’t just for pizza anymore. A restaurant in Chicago is using its pizza oven to help out local healthcare workers during the coronavirus outbreak. Aside from just making pizzas, the establishment is using the oven to make much-needed face shields. Dimo’s Pizza teamed up with Avenue Metal to produce prototypes for the shields,...
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nypost.com
The Rationing of Care May Lead to Lawsuits Against Doctors. Here is What We Should Do to Protect Them | Opinion
The last thing we need mid-pandemic is for already overwhelmed, overworked doctors and nurses to worry about being sued.
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newsweek.com
Doctors Are Being Forced to Ration Care. Don't Blame Them. Blame Decades of Poor U.S. Policy | Opinion
America is known for its high spending on health care, yet here we are, facing a devastating shortage of medical resources. It shouldn't be this way.
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newsweek.com
Are Big Ed and Rose Still Together After '90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days?'
Ed spoke out and claimed he's "definitely in love."
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newsweek.com
Ruby Princess cruise ship at center of criminal investigation in Australia following coronavirus outbreak
The ship, which is operated by Princess Cruises, is believed to be the epicenter of an outbreak linked to at least 662 cases of COVID-19 and 11 deaths as of Sunday.
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foxnews.com
British Open canceled for the first time since World War II
The tournament will be contested at Royal St. George's, this year's site.
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washingtonpost.com
Jameis Winston ties knot with girlfriend at home after coronavirus pandemic postpones larger ceremony
NFL quarterback Jameis Winston and his girlfriend Breion Allen didn’t let the coronavirus pandemic stop them from tying the knot last month.
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foxnews.com
Sasha Velour delivers empowerment, coronavirus escape with Quibi's drag extravaganza 'NightGowns'
"Maybe drag is more essential than I even realized," said "NightGowns" star and "RuPaul's Drag Race" winner Sasha Velour.        
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usatoday.com
Singer Duffy shares harrowing details of past rape, kidnapping
The "Mercy" singer said she was motivated to speak now to serve as a "momentary distraction or maybe even some comfort that one can come out of darkness."
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nypost.com
Mark Wahlberg pens moving Palm Sunday message to fans: 'We still have faith'
Mark Wahlberg is leaning on his faith during the coronavirus pandemic.
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foxnews.com
This 'Joe Exotic The Tiger King' Autographed Photo is a Top Selling Entertainment Collectible on Amazon
Buy an autographed poster, signed by Joe Exotic, and say you were there when the Netflix docuseries went mainstream.
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newsweek.com
Navy secretary says White House not involved in Brett Crozier dismissal
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said he did not consult with anyone at the White House before he decided to fire the captain of an aircraft carrier for his lack of leadership in the face of a coronavirus outbreak, according to a report. Modly said he “had no discussions with anyone at the White House...
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nypost.com
Larry David bashes Trump's coronavirus response, calls for Bernie Sanders to drop out of 2020 race
In a recent interview, Larry David bashed Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus and called for 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders to drop out of the race. 
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foxnews.com
Dan Crenshaw: Now is the time to remember JFK's powerful call to action
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, said that Americans would do well to remember the iconic words of the nation's 35th president, John F. Kennedy, as they contemplate how to meet the challenge posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
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foxnews.com
Intensive Care Doctor Diagnosed With Coronavirus Says It Felt Like 'Drowning in My Lungs,' Made Video to Say Goodbye to Family
"I was so short of breath and I couldn't breath, and I just wanted to tell my kids that they are the most important thing in the world to me," Dr. Julie John told CNN.
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newsweek.com
Jamie Dimon predicts a 'major recession' is on its way
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon used his annual shareholder letter to detail just how bad he thinks the US economy can get from the coronavirus pandemic.
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edition.cnn.com
Swiss resort offering ‘quarantine apartments’ that includes a $500 coronavirus test
There’s more than one way to quarantine. A hotel and resort in Switzerland is offering luxury apartments for quarantine during the COVID-19 outbreak. Aside from the typical amenities, the apartments include several coronavirus-themed amenities, including an in-room coronavirus test. Not surprisingly, quarantining in luxury is a bit pricey. Le Bijou Hotel and Resort is charging...
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nypost.com
Japanese leader declares state of emergency as COVID-19 spreads
"We need your cooperation to prevent an explosive surge," Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told his nation, as the number of confirmed infections rises sharply.
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cbsnews.com
Supreme Court declines to hear case concerning DC transit agency's restrictions on religious ads
The Supreme Court declined on Monday to hear a dispute concerning a Washington, DC, transit agency's ban on allowing religious ads to be placed on the sides of city buses.
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edition.cnn.com
CVS ramps up drive-through coronavirus testing sites with faster kits
CVS Health Corp , called on by the Trump administration last month to help test Americans for infections from the new coronavirus, said it was launching two offsite testing locations with Abbott Laboratories' faster diagnostic kit and would be able to handle 1,000 tests per day.
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reuters.com
Chelsea Bieker distills the fire and fury of the parched Central Valley
Chelsea Bieker's 'Godshot,' a surreal debut novel set in the parched Central Valley, depicts a fundamentalist rain cult and sex worker resisters.
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latimes.com
No Test, Minimal Contact: How One Abortion Clinic Is Adapting to Coronavirus Concerns
In late March, Leah Coplon, the program director at Maine Family Planning, watched as a young mother parked her car in front of the building. Carrying her baby, the mother was greeted by staff in the foyer and handed a brown paper bag that looked like a lunch sack. Then she loaded the bag and…
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time.com
Why ‘Bachelorette’ Clare Crawley kept her Juan Pablo Galavis breakup dress
"It was the most empowering moment of my life."
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nypost.com
Biden to Trump: Here’s how to act like a president
Biden offers us a breath of fresh air.
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washingtonpost.com
Gilead gives update on experimental coronavirus treatment
Biotech Gilead Sciences has given an update on how its drug remdesivir, used to treat Ebola patients, is also being used in the battle against coronavirus. 
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foxnews.com
Marlon Bundo, Vice President Mike Pence's bunny, explains coronavirus guidelines
Marlon Bundo, the Pence family rabbit, is doing his part to fight the coronavirus. In an ebook, he uses rhymes to explain the White House guidelines.        
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usatoday.com
Dow rallies more than 1,000 points
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edition.cnn.com
Teens charged with hate crimes for attacking a woman on a bus and saying she caused coronavirus, NYPD says
Teen girls were charged with hate crimes after police said they attacked a woman on a New York bus, made "anti-Asian statements" toward her and told her she caused coronavirus.
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edition.cnn.com
Broncos' Drew Lock nixes wide receiver workouts due to coronavirus pandemic
Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock said he called off throwing sessions with wide receivers out of an abundance of caution due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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foxnews.com
April Full Pink Supermoon: How and When to Watch Biggest and Brightest Moon of 2020
The moon will be 7 percent larger and 15 brighter than an average full moon tomorrow, according to astronomer Gianluca Masi.
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newsweek.com
New Jersey church sparks movement after sending care package to member with coronavirus
A New Jersey church sparked a nationwide movement after shipping one of its members who tested positive for the coronavirus a care package.
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foxnews.com
‘Gomer Pyle’ actor Forrest Compton dead at 94 from coronavirus complications: reports
Forrest Compton, the actor who played Co. Edward Gray on “Gomer Pyle, USMC” and Mike Karr in “The Edge of Night,” passed away on Sunday. He was 94.
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foxnews.com
39-year-old recovering from COVID-19 warns young Americans to take virus seriously: 'I just feel lucky to be here'
A 39-year-old man recovering from COVID-19 is warning young Americans to take the virus seriously.
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foxnews.com
Torn between duty and fear - an Italian doctor fights coronavirus
Cecilia Bartalena, a doctor treating coronavirus victims, lives in terror - torn between the oath she has taken to heal the sick and the fear that she might infect the people she loves.
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reuters.com
UK PM Johnson in hospital with persistent COVID-19 symptoms but still working
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in hospital undergoing tests on Monday after suffering persistent coronavirus symptoms for more than 10 days, but the government said he was in good spirits and still in charge.
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reuters.com
Persecuted Christians at greater risk during coronavirus outbreak: ‘From bad to worse’
The living conditions for Christians and other religious minorities around the world are worsening due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a watchdog group that operates in more than 60 countries.
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foxnews.com
With Worst Expected to Come, 3 out of 4 U.S. Hospitals Are Treating Patients With COVID-19
(WASHINGTON) — Three out of four U.S. hospitals surveyed are already treating patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19, according to a federal report that finds hospitals expect to be overwhelmed as cases rocket toward their projected peak. A report due out Monday from a federal watchdog agency warns that different, widely reported problems are feeding…
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time.com
'Money Heist' Part 4 Ending Explained: What Happened At the End of 'La Casa De Papel' Season 4?
"Money Heist" Part 4 ends with the Spanish government in crisis and the final episode setting up a rogue Alicia Sierra as the main villain of the next season.
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newsweek.com
Hoda Kotb opens up about loneliness amid coronavirus pandemic
"I don’t think any of us recognized just how profoundly how each and every one of us would be personally affected," Kotb said.
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nypost.com
Jimmy Failla: Coronavirus — To help beat this, drop 'Me society’ and join 'We society' on social media
Time to acknowledge that the superficial wars we’ve waged on social media the past few years mean nothing in the overall scheme of things.
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foxnews.com
Inside NYC hospital: "Like something out of the Twilight Zone"
Doctors told CBS News that it's not just older people who are in critical condition.
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cbsnews.com
Critical week ahead to fix initial roadblocks to coronavirus relief package
The success of the multi-trillion-dollar life raft that was floated into the cascading waves of business closures, job losses and the virtual shutdown of the US economy will likely be determined this week.
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edition.cnn.com
Meghan Markle's real name leaves fans stunned: 'Mind blown'
Even though Meghan Markle has officially stepped down a royal family member, she's still making headlines.
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foxnews.com
Florida, Nevada may be hit hardest by coronavirus economic shock: study
Florida beaches remained packed with partying college students as the coronavirus crisis gathered force, and the Republican governor was slow to impose social distancing in a tourist-dependent economy.
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reuters.com