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Cook County Jail reports first detainee death from coronavirus
A 59-year-old man is the first detainee from an Illinois jail where 220 people have tested positive for coronavirus to die from suspected complications of Covid-19.
'They're All Really Afraid': Coronavirus Spreads In Federal Prisons
One of the hardest-hit facilities is in Oakdale, La. "They feel like they're sitting ducks," says Arjeane Thompson, whose boyfriend is an inmate. And staff are working overtime under the strain.
D.C. area forecast: Late-day thunderstorms could be strong to severe
As coronavirus rages, nursing homes have ventilators that hospitals desperately need
Coronavirus: Should doctors take people off life support in order to save COVID-19 patients who might recover?
Wisconsin Election Held Amid Virus Fears: Here's What You Need To Know
Gov. Tony Evers tried to postpone voting and extend the absentee deadline, but he was blocked by courts. Results for Tuesday's contests may not appear for days.
Passover Celebrations Take Shape Differently To Work Around The Coronavirus
Social distancing is preventing families from gathering for the traditional Seder, so this year Passover will be different. Many Jews are planning virtual celebrations.
The Fight Over Wisconsin’s Election
The Wisconsin election is an unmitigated disaster.
Hinge Introduces 'Date From Home' Feature So Users Can Date and Social Distance With Ease
Now that COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into everyone's love lives, the dating app designed to be deleted has introduced a new feature so people can "meet" people from their own living rooms.
Coronavirus updates: COVID-19 symptoms keep U.K. leader in intensive care
Boris Johnson is the first major world leader to be side-lined by the new virus, as evidence mounts that dramatic lockdowns are helping to flatten the curve.
200m world champion Noah Lyles on keeping fit in the quarantine
2019 200m world champion Noah Lyles talks to CNN about keeping fit in the coronavirus quarantine, having asthma and competing, and what he thinks about Tokyo 2020 being postponed.
Officials warn deadliest week of coronavirus still to come
While the number of infections appear to be flattening in New York, officials warn this could be the deadliest week of the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Nick Watt reports.
New coach using NHL stoppage to study up on his Predators
John Hynes has only been head coach of the Nashville Predators since early January, so he's trying to make up for some lost time with the NHL paused for the coronavirus pandemic and also make sure they're ready whenever hockey resumes.
Japan declares coronavirus emergency, prepares near $1 trillion stimulus
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday declared a state of emergency to fight new coronavirus infections in major population centres and unveiled a stimulus package he described as among the world's biggest to soften the economic blow.
Coronavirus live updates: China reports no new deaths for 1st time since January
Worldwide, more than 1.3 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and over 74,000 of them have died since the virus emerged in China back in December.
What is Archewell? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Launch New Charity and Well-Being Website
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex release the first details of their new non-profit organization and vowed "to do something of meaning, to do something that matters."
Surgical and Cotton Face Masks Ineffective at Blocking SARS-CoV-2 Particles When COVID-19 Patients Cough, Study Finds
The study comes as health officials consider the pros and cons of wearing masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Woman Sprays Walmart Cashier In The Eyes With Lysol After Being Told About Purchase Limit, Police Say
Police in Leicester, Massachusetts issued an appeal to the public for help identifying a woman who allegedly assaulted the cashier, who needed medical assistance after the incident.
Pregnant women with coronavirus don't experience more severe illness than others as they do with SARS and flu, study says
A majority of pregnant women who are diagnosed with coronavirus don't experience more severe illness than the general population, according to a new study.
Google Doodle Thanks Coronavirus Helpers and Celebrates Doctors, Nurses, and Medical Workers
The doodle is the second in a series Google has launched to celebrate those on the frontline of the coronavirus outbreak.
'Manifest' Season 2 Ending Explained: What Happened at the End and What It Means for the Next Season
"Manifest" Season 2 ended with one character coming back to life, another seemingly dying for good, and a massive surprise being fished out of the ocean on the NBC show.
Boris Johnson moved to intensive care unit, given oxygen in coronavirus scare: report
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to a London hospital's intensive care unit Tuesday after his coronavirus symptoms took a turn for the worse, a report said. 
Coronavirus shortage: Looking for a Logitech? Webcams hard to find as we all work from home
Stand-alone webcams have better resolution and picture quality than the ones in laptops. What to do when you can't find one to buy? Use your phone.       
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Colleges suffering huge financial blows from pandemic
As the situation grows more dire, many are eyeing layoffs and some are on the brink of collapse.
Before the White House, Trump called NIH 'terrible,' questioned vaccines
Trump's earlier views shed further light on the specific challenges – and criticisms – he now faces years later, as coronavirus continues to spread inside the U.S.
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UK PM Johnson in intensive care, needed oxygen after COVID-19 symptoms worsened
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in intensive care on Tuesday after receiving oxygen support for serious COVID-19 complications, leaving his foreign minister to lead the government's response to the accelerating outbreak.
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Sen. Lindsey Graham Calls for World to 'Send China a Bill' for the Coronavirus Pandemic
The South Carolina lawmaker also hinted that U.S. medical supply chains with the country should be cut in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
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India's Modi Set to Supply Hydroxychloroquine to U.S. After Trump Threatens 'Retaliation'
Trump has repeatedly touted the anti-malarial drug as a treatment for COVID-19 coronavirus patients, despite experts warning there is insufficient evidence to support its use.
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India Partially Lifts Export Ban on Potential Coronavirus Treatment After Trump Call
Normally used to treat malaria, hydroxychloroquine yielded promising yet inconclusive results in a small coronavirus trial
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Coronavirus symptoms: 10 key indicators and what to do
We are learning more about coronavirus symptoms every day. Here are 10 of the most common symptoms and what to do to keep you and your family safe.
The world's most powerful passports in the age of coronavirus
Just a couple of months ago, the world was enjoying greater freedom of movement than at any time in history.
The world's most powerful passports in the age of coronavirus
Once again, Asia leads the way in the Henley Passport Index's guide to the world's most powerful passports. But what does passport power mean in the age of coronavirus?
Los Angeles crime plunges during the coronavirus stay at home order
Los Angeles has seen a 23% drop in crime in the past month as California has been under a stay at home order to fight the spread of coronavirus, the city's police chief said.
After Cardinal Pell acquitted, pope decries "unjust sentences"
Pope Francis, speaking just a few hours after Australia's highest court acquitted Cardinal George Pell of sexual abuse, on Tuesday offered his morning Mass for those who suffer today from unjust sentences.
What Is Ivermectin? Head Lice Drug Appears to Stop Coronavirus—Here's What You Need to Know
There is no evidence to suggest it can be used to treat COVID-19 in humans and people should not go out and buy the drug "just in case."
Trump hints that he may get involved in Navy officer drama over leaked coronavirus letter
Fauci says world may never return back to normal after coronavirus outbreak
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told a coronavirus press briefing on Monday that the world may never return to the “normal” that was known before the outbreak.
Reducing child abuse during a pandemic
Two child abuse experts say parents and caregivers need to talk with their children, try to reduce their own stress and stay connected to their community, to reduce abuse in a time of great upheaval.
Reducing child abuse during a pandemic
Just as prior generations were deeply affected by the Great Depression, the assassinations of Martin Luther King and the Kennedys and the horrors of 9/11, the Covid-19 pandemic may well be the defining moment in the lives of today's children.
MLB Season Could Begin in May With Games to Be Played Behind Closed Doors in Arizona
The reported plans would see all 30 teams playing games behind closed doors in the Phoenix area from next month.
Cardinal Pell walks free, abuse convictions quashed
Australia’s highest court on Tuesday overturned former Vatican treasurer George Pell’s conviction for sexually assaulting two teenaged choirboys in the 1990s, allowing the 78-year-old cardinal to walk free from jail. Libby Hogan reports.
How to get your family to help with household chores, starting today
With almost half of Americans ordered to stay at home in compliance with social distancing, household labor might be piling up faster than you can handle. There are ways everyone can chip in to foster a cleaner, happier and healthier home.
Crewmember on USNS Comfort tests positive for coronavirus
A crew member on the Navy hospital ship sent to NYC to help with the coronavirus pandemic has tested positive for the illness, a report said on Monday night. The individual was being treated in isolation aboard the USNS Comfort, which is docked in Manhattan, and the person not been in contact with any other...
Trump taunts media as mutual disgust reaches new depths
President Trump found something to briefly celebrate Monday, some bad news for what are emerging as his biggest detractors during the virus crisis: the media.
'Pharma Bro' Martin Skreli seeks jail release to work on coronavirus cure: report
Infamous “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli claims to be working on a cure for the coronavirus — and he wants to be sprung from prison so he can conduct his research.
White House remains optimistic about early effects of social distancing measures
The US coronavirus death toll is nearing 11,000 as the country prepares for what the President said will be a "difficult" week and a half.
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Walmart patron sprays cashier in the eyes with Lysol over coronavirus limit, police say
Police in Massachusetts are searching for a woman who they say sprayed a Walmart employee in the eyes with Lysol disinfectant.
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A Major Outbreak of Coronavirus Will Test India’s Healthcare, Governance and Social Cohesion to the Limit
Seven decades of poor policy choices have weakened India's ability to deal with a major health crisis
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