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Ranking top 10 Masters you can watch on YouTube
Normally we'd be glued to our screens while watching golf at Augusta National Golf Club, but here are the best of the past ones.        
NFL Draft 2020: Antoine Winfield Jr. and his family legacy may fall to Giants
Leading up to the 2020 NFL Draft, The Post is breaking down the draft class by position in an 11-part series. Tomorrow: specialists. Antoine Winfield Jr. can challenge a worthy training partner without defying any stay-at-home orders. If he needs a push, one of the top safeties available in the 2020 NFL Draft just pulls...
Coronavirus live updates: Global cases pass 1.6 million
The novel coronavirus has now infected more than 1.6 million people globally and killed more than 95,000. Follow here for live updates
Here’s How Biden Should Move Left on Health Care and Court Sanders Voters
It’s time to build an American Health Service.
Deal to Save Oil Market From Coronavirus Falters After Mexico Refuses Agree to Big Production Cuts
An agreement between Saudi Arabia and Russia for record oil-production cuts was endangered late on Thursday as Mexico refused to participate in the curbs and left the meeting without approving the deal. The impasse, which came after more than 9 hours of talks via video link, cast doubt over a global effort to revive the…
Newsom gave 'very little information' on $1-billion coronavirus mask purchase, lawmakers say
Newsom announced the agreement to purchase 200 million masks during an interview with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on Tuesday.
Fox News' Jedediah Bila recovering from coronavirus: 'Very much on the mend'
"Fox & Friend's Weekend" co-host Jedediah Bila is recovering from coronavirus but says she is "very much on the mend." 
Poll: 72 percent won’t go to games again without coronavirus vaccine
United States sports leagues may be itching to return to action but 72 percent of those who responded to a Seton Hall poll said they would not feel safe to attend games until a vaccine for the novel coronavirus is developed. Asked what they would do if the leagues resumed play before there was a...
Kansas governor sues GOP lawmakers who reversed her limits on church gatherings during coronavirus
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly is suing a Republican-led panel of state lawmakers after it overturned her executive order this week banning large gathering in churches in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Pelosi warns Trump not to reopen country too soon
The speaker also signals the House may not come back in session this month.
Hearst prides itself on zero layoffs during coronavirus crisis
The coronavirus may be battering the news industry, but Hearst Corp., which owns 33 TV stations and two dozen newspapers in addition to magazines, appears to be weathering the storm. Hearst Chief Executive Steve Swartz has been conducting virtual town halls with the company’s magazine, TV and newspaper employees over the past week, in which...
Marcos Rogerio de Lima accepts Marcin Tybura's callout, targets summer showdown
UFC heavyweight Marcos Rogerio de Lima has accepted Marcin Tybura's callout, and sees the potential matchup as a great test for his career.       Related StoriesReaction video: UFC 249 is postponed, and all future events are suspended. Now what?Twitter reacts to the UFC finally standing down to the coronavirus pandemicUFC 249 canceled, all events on hold indefinitely due to coronavirus pandemic 
Tucker Carlson: We need a plan to move America 'from isolation and joblessness back to something better'
Tucker Carlson continued to speak out Thursday about the necessity of a plan to begin reopening America for business once the scale of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. becomes manageable.
How China's Covid-19 tracking app works
The Chinese government says it is using tracking apps to try and keep the spread of Covid-19 in check while the country moves toward lifting the lockdown. CNN's David Culver explains how they do it.
Part 2: Entire CNN coronavirus town hall (April 9)
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta talk with CDC Director Robert Redfield about what needs to happen before the United States can reopen.
Trump Administration Officials Indicate U.S. Economy Could Start Reopening in Early May
COVID-19 social distancing guidelines are set to expire on April 30 and several Trump administration officials have expressed optimism that the economy can be reopened shortly after, although medical experts do not appear confident that the virus will be contained by then.
Rapper Chynna Rogers' cause of death revealed
Rapper Chynna Rogers' cause of death has been revealed.
US testing of 2nd possible coronavirus vaccine underway
WASHINGTON — US researchers have opened another safety test of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine, this one using a skin-deep shot instead of the usual deeper jab. The pinch should feel like a simple skin test, a researcher told the volunteer lying on an exam table in Kansas City, Missouri, on Wednesday. “It’s the most important...
Trump tries to push fast-forward on the pandemic
A startling 6.6 million people filed their first claims for unemployment benefits last week, bringing the total for the past three weeks to 16.8 million people. That's about 11% of the US labor force -- a shocking number, given that unemployment was at a historic low until the pandemic erupted -- and a grim new indicator of the scope of damage the coronavirus has wreaked on the US economy.
U.S. stocks rally on hopes of new coronavirus aid package
U.S. stocks had a historic week of gains, despite more than 16 million Americans losing their jobs in three weeks. Akiko Fujita, an anchor and reporter for Yahoo Finance, joined CBSN to discuss the latest surge in the stock market and more.
Two books take us into minds of Vince Lombardi, Bill Belichick
During the coronavirus shutdown, each day we will bring you a recommendation from The Post’s Peter Botte for a sports movie, TV show or book that perhaps was before your time or somehow slipped between the cracks of your viewing/reading history. When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi, By David Maraniss, 1999 (Simon...
Andrew McCarthy: On projections of coronavirus deaths, government uses unreliable model
The model the government is relying ton to project coronavirus deaths is simply unreliable. The equation’s fundamental assumptions are so dead wrong, they cannot remain reasonably stable for just 72 hours.
China's wet markets can include these bizarre, unusual items
While rumors have swirled that the coronavirus pandemic originated in bats and then infected another animal that passed it onto people at a market in the southeastern Chinese city of Wuhan, scientists have not yet determined exactly how the new coronavirus infected people.
A vacant Sears store is the site for a temporary hospital in Riverside County amid the coronavirus outbreak
Riverside County officials will turn a vacant Sears department store into a federal medical station where they will treat less severe patients to help alleviate stress at area hospitals.
'Social distance powwows' attract thousands online
Spring marks a time when tribal citizens from across the U.S. and Canada start attending powwows. At their essence, they are meant to uplift people during difficult times. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, they are taking on a new form online. (April 9)       
Chris Cuomo’s wife starts wellness publication after his coronavirus diagnosis
Want to know more about CNN anchor Chris Cuomo’s battle with the coronavirus? Check out Purist, a digital and print publication dedicated to wellness and founded by Cuomo’s wife Cristina Cuomo. “Since this particular virus has no proven remedy … the plan we set in place was to use oxygenated herbs to get ahead of...
Paradigm calls former agent's allegations of company funds paying for prostitutes 'pure fabrication'
Paradigm on Thursday denied allegations made by former agent Debbee Klein that its CEO had used company money to pay for prostitutes.
Bruce Willis isolating with Demi Moore and kids instead of wife
Willis' wife Emma has been leaving comments on the Instagram posts, though.
Rex Tillerson: Where is he now?
What has Tillerson been up to since his brief foray into politics? 
Kayaking on India's most sacred river
Known as the "mass boater cross," the Ganga Kayak Festival is the only festival of its kind on India's longest and holiest river.
Dr. Marty Makary claims obscure FDA regulation caused setback to coronavirus antibody test
Fox News medical contributor and Johns Hopkins University professor of public health Dr. Marty Makary claimed Thursday that an obscure Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulation delayed work on a potential antibody test for COVID-19 early in the onset of the contagion in the United States.
New ‘Tiger King’ aftershow hosted by Joel McHale coming to Netflix
Netflix announced Thursday that a “Tiger King” after-show hosted by Joel McHale will premiere on Sunday. The show’s Jeff Lowe, who took over the Oklahoma exotic animal zoo from Joe Exotic, had recently hinted that a new episode would be coming this week. The teaser for the eighth installment features McHale wearing a cowboy hat...
EU Finance Ministers Reach $590 Billion Coronavirus Rescue Deal
The key feature a bailout fund that would make about $261 billion available for indebted countries. The funds must be used for health care, cure and prevention costs associated with COVID-19.
10 million students in China are facing the toughest exam of their lives in a pandemic
Every day, student Xiong Yanfei sits at her desk in her parent's small apartment in Wuhan, studying for an exam that could change the course of her life.
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Jussie Smollett and Lee Daniels no longer on speaking terms
The pair butted heads over, among other things, R. Kelly’s involvement in Smollett’s career.
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58 prospects expected to participate in 'fully virtual' NFL Draft, league says
When the 2020 NFL Draft takes place April from 23 to 25, there will be 58 prospects who will participate in the virtual event, the league said this week.
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Trump administration, citing coronavirus, expels 10,000 migrants in less than 3 weeks
Homeland Security officials say CDC guidance on coronavirus and 'public health' outweigh U.S. laws that protect asylum seekers and migrant children.
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New York's coronavirus cases now top every country outside US, Johns Hopkins researchers say
New York's cases of coronavirus have surpassed every country in the world besides the United States as of Thursday. 
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UN's Guterres warns of political opportunism during coronavirus pandemic
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for solidarity in the fight against the coronavirus, saying the pandemic poses a significant threat to the maintenance of international peace and security that could lead social unrest.
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How to make your own mask at home
Not sure how to make, wear or clean your own masks at home? CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta demonstrates the proper methods using materials at home so health care workers can have the N95 masks they need at work.
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Trump’s coronavirus border closure has locked out 10,000 migrants
The Trump administration has barred refuge to nearly 10,000 Mexicans and Central Americans after closing down the southern border during the US coronavirus outbreak last month. The people have been “expelled” back to Mexico and denied asylum under guidelines set by President Trump when he shut down non-essential travel across the border on March 21,...
ESPN wasn’t only one to tell UFC, Dana White to ‘stand down’
Dana White was determined to stage UFC 249 next weekend, but even the president of the UFC has to bow to the power of his network partner. White on Thursday announced the cancellation of UFC 249 after he received calls from the “highest levels” of ESPN’s parent company, Disney, to “stand down,” he said in...
NYSE opened its coronavirus-shut doors to facilitate IPO
The New York Stock Exchange quietly used its trading floor to take a company public late last month — days after it had shuttered the famous pit because of a coronavirus outbreak, The Post has learned. The Big Board took a group of people onto the trading floor of its historic building at 11 Wall...
Federal court again allows some abortions in Texas despite governor's coronavirus restrictions
A federal judge has once again cleared the way for some abortions to resume in Texas despite the governor's order restricting them during the coronavirus outbreak.
What happens when lockdowns lift but pilots are out of practice?
The coronavirus pandemic has grounded most of the world's airplanes for the immediate future.
What happens when pilots don't get their flying hours?
When aviation eventually reboots, pilots will need to brush up on flight-deck skills and ensure they keep within the boundaries of aviation's stringent safety regulations. And that is presenting a looming challenge as pilots remain housebound.
How to make hard-boiled eggs that are easy to peel
Here's how long eggs should be on the stovetop when making hard-boiled eggs.
Stop the Coronavirus Conspiracy Coverage
The media should be reporting in good faith during this crisis.