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Trump invokes DPA to prevent export of medical goods
Expansion of the emergency law comes after weeks of mounting pressure from Congressional Democrats and governors.
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politico.com
Waka Flocka and Tammy Rivera return for ‘What the Flocka’
Waka Flocka and Tammy Rivera are back to share their love on We TV’s “Waka & Tammy — What The Flocka.” “I think it’s time. I think we need to show our own lives in our community and our culture,” Flocka tells The Post. “We don’t have younger couples on television. We see different cultures...
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27 people at Bay Area nursing home positive for coronavirus: 'We are very very concerned'
Coronavirus: 27 people at Bay Area nursing home positive: 'We are very very concerned'
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latimes.com
Cardinal Dolan on coronavirus' impact on Holy Week: 'Remember the essence of Easter'
Timothy Cardinal Dolan, the archbishop of New York City, joined "Bill Hemmer Reports" to talk about the coronavirus pandemic and int's impact on the churches.
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foxnews.com
Foster father and lacrosse were positive forces in Jennifer Soto's life
Downey High senior Jennifer Soto recently lost her foster father to COVID-19. He was a stabilizing force in her life, along with lacrosse.
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latimes.com
‘Lord of the Flies: PPE Edition’: U.S. cast as culprit in global scrum over coronavirus supplies
The Trump administration's desperate hunt for protective gear is provoking anger abroad.
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politico.com
Today’s coronavirus update: NY has record day, distancing appears lax
New York State reported its largest single-day increase in coronavirus deaths on Friday as confirmed cases soared past 100,000 and nearly 3,000 New Yorkers have perished. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced he’ll sign an executive order allowing the state to take ventilators from hospitals and redistribute them where they’re most needed. “I’m not going to be...
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French doctors blasted for saying coronavirus vaccines should be tested in Africa
Two French doctors have been blasted for racism after one of them suggested trialing a tuberculosis vaccine in Africa to determine whether it could combat the coronavirus, according to a new report. The comments came during a debate on the French TV channel LCI, the BBC reported. Camille Locht, head of research at the Inserm...
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Trump administration recommends Americans wear cloth masks amid pandemic
The president added that the CDC did not recommend that the public use "medical grade or surgical grade masks," which should be saved for medical workers.
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“We’re Definitely Spreading It”: Flight Attendants Fear They Are Losing The Fight Against The Coronavirus
“Guess no one can see the fear behind the masks, that's a plus"
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time.com
Under Armour takes 25% off shoes, workout gear and more for sitewide sale
Under Armour is taking 25% off sitewide for its latest flash sale, which includes great deals on shoes, activewear, and more. You can can relax in a UA Hustle fleece hoodie or work out in a trendy HeatGear Armour racer tank. There are also great savings on popular sneakers from brand, including these UA Charged...
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Lockdown loneliness triggers brain cravings similar to hunger
People are starving for human contact. As the US approaches nearly one month since the coronavirus pandemic prompted Americans to isolate themselves from family and friends outside the home, many have been chiefly concerned with boredom or newly upended routines. But those who live alone are suffering from an emotion far more insidious: loneliness. For...
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Coronavirus live updates: Cloth masks in public now recommended; US death toll tops 6,000; 701K jobs lost in March
New research has prompted authorities to change their position Friday on the widespread use of non-medical masks in public.        
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Where to buy the materials to make masks at home
Some experts are recommending wearing masks out in public during the coronavirus outbreak. Here's where you can get materials to make them.       
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usatoday.com
US reminds airlines travelers are entitled to cash refunds amid coronavirus disruptions
The US Transportation Department on Friday issued a notice to airlines reminding them they are obligated to refund tickets when they cancel a flight or make a significant flight schedule change that passengers opt not to accept, but will not take any immediate action against airlines. US and foreign airlines have canceled hundreds of thousands...
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Publishing groups call on agencies to allow ads near coronavirus content
Two leading news organizations are calling on ad agencies to stop using technology that automatically bars ads from appearing alongside coronavirus news stories. “News organizations are working tirelessly to provide reliable and trustworthy information to their communities,” said David Chavern, president and CEO of News Media Alliance, which joined with Digital Content Next, in urging...
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The COVID-19 ranking system that could decide who gets a ventilator
With supplies still scarce, physicians are gearing up for a nearly impossible challenge: deciding who gets a life-saving ventilator and who doesn't. Drew Griffin reports.
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Trump: CDC recommends voluntary use of face masks for public to stem spread of coronavirus
Previous guidance stated the general public did not need to wear masks unless they came into contact with coronavirus patients or if they were sick.       
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usatoday.com
Fashion addicts use Animal Crossing to create hilarious virtual outfits
Animal Crossing — the world-building video game sweeping social media — has turned into a fashion paradise in the age of social distancing. Hypebeast players trapped at home during the coronavirus lockdown are using the game’s design tools to build wardrobes that put Cher Horowitz’s “Clueless” smart closet to shame. They’re creating virtual replicas of...
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AP photo essay: Life interrupted from coronavirus
It's a scene playing out all over the world. The empty streets, the silent playgrounds and the lone commuter. Rush hour feels more like hush hour. From above, life on earth looks different. (April 3)       
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Jets superfan Fireman Ed praises Patriots for coronavirus face mask delivery
This hail mary from New England Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft has earned a cheer from New York’s biggest Jets superfan. “I don’t like his team. They’ve been beating us up for quite some time. But Kraft is just a wonderful guy, so I’m not surprised by his actions,” said Jets superfan Ed Anzalone, aka Fireman...
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The best All-Clad cookware deals you can get from the VIP spring clearance sale
The All-Clad factory sale is back and better than ever, giving you a chance to save on coveted cookware, pots, pans, and more.       
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WHO experts ‘worried’ about mental health, give tips to stay sane in lockdown
COVID-19 may not be the only dangerous disease sweeping the globe — mental illness could also reach alarming levels during the coronavirus lockdown if not kept in check, a World Health Organization chief warned Friday. “We are definitely worried,” Dr. Hans Kluge, the agency’s regional director for Europe, said on the Times’ daily podcast. “We...
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President Trump Says CDC Now Recommends Americans Consider Cloth Masks In Public
The recommendation tells Americans to cover their mouths and noses in public, though medical-grade masks are just for medical workers. President Trump said mask wearing is voluntary.
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npr.org
10 most uplifting moments from the month of March
From doctors dancing in their scrubs to a high school student finding out she's valedictorian to twins showing off their violin skills, many powerful moments warmed our hearts in March. Here are 10 of the most uplifting moments from the month - they're all worth watching with the sound on.
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Bank of America slammed over favoring small biz loans for existing customers
Bank of America said on Friday it has already received about 35,000 applications for federally backed small-business loans within hours of starting to accept them. The second largest US bank by assets became the first major bank to accept applications for the massive small-business rescue program approved by Congress last week. But the bank was...
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nypost.com
Trump says CDC wants Americans to cover faces with cloth amid coronavirus
President Trump on Friday announced that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending Americans wear facial coverings made of cloth while out in public to help stop the spread of coronavirus -- though the president repeatedly called it "voluntary" and said he wouldn't do it himself.
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UPDATE 4-U.S. airlines apply for U.S. payroll grants for crisis help
Major U.S. airlines applied on Friday for payroll grants from the U.S. Treasury meant to keep workers employed while airlines ride out their toughest crisis in history due to the coronavirus, though some warned the funds are "not enough."
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reuters.com
White House launches small business loan program, but some banks aren't ready
The federal government is launching a $349 billion dollar small business loan program Friday, but hours before the program was set to go into effect some of the country's biggest banks weren't ready. Yahoo Finance reporter Sibile Marcellus spoke to CBSN's Reena Ninan about who could be seeing money from the initiative.
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CDC recommends wearing face masks during the coronavirus pandemic
The CDC now recommends that the public wear cloth face masks while also urging that high-grade equipment be reserved for medical personnel.
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latimes.com
Trump Finally Tells Saudis, 'Enough Is Enough' As Oil Price War Devastates U.S. Producers, Markets
The Art of the Oil Deal? The president came to believe that the Saudis' oil-price war was targeting the U.S., not just Russia.
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newsweek.com
NYC reacts to mixed messages on face mask use
New Yorkers have reacted with differing views on the use of protective face masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Mixed messages about whether people should be wearing protective face masks has left many confused and frustrated. (3 April)       
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usatoday.com
Mega Millions Drawing For 04/03/20: Friday Jackpot is $121 Million
Mega Millions jackpot for 04/03/20 is $121 million, with a cash option worth $96.7 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Friday.
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newsweek.com
De Blasio sounds alarm as fight against coronavirus hits critical stage
Mayor Bill de Blasio warned Friday that the Big Apple needs an influx of medical supplies and an additional 45,000 healthcare workers in order to get through the fight against coronavirus in the coming days and weeks ahead. “This Friday afternoon we are beginning a race against time as we prepare for next week,” the...
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The inexplicable claim by GA Gov that he didn't know about asymptomatic coronavirus carriers
CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, reports.
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This company tracks millions of devices worldwide. Could it help fight Covid-19?
A data company called X-Mode tracked spring breakers after they congregated on a Florida beach during the Covid-19 pandemic. This is how the company says it could help fight the virus and what you should know about the privacy concerns.
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Trump announces new face mask recommendations after heated internal debate
President Donald Trump announced new guidance from the White House on Friday afternoon, saying the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were advising the use of "non-medical cloth based" face coverings.
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Climate Point: Whale fieldwork, climate talks, EPA enforcement all on halt
And another thing: Should BLM approve a 211-mile road through a national park in Alaska for a mining company?        
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usatoday.com
‘The Flash’ actor Logan Williams dies suddenly at age 16
No cause of death was given.
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Walmart to limit the number of shoppers, as part of coronavirus response
Walmart to limit the number of shoppers as part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic starting Saturday, April 4, to promote social distancing.       
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usatoday.com
‘Nasty Nellie’ Alison Arngrim reads ‘Little House on the Prairie’ books for fans during coronavirus pandemic
"Nasty Nellie" wants to comfort fans during the coronavirus pandemic.
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foxnews.com
New Jersey likely 1 week behind New York on coronavirus surge
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politico.com
101-year-old mask maker uses skills of a lifetime to help in crisis
"This is a lady who's been productive all of her life and she doesn't see why she shouldn't be now."        
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usatoday.com
WHO official warns of being 'over-focused' on China's coronavirus data
Observers have become “over-focused” on China and its coronavirus data, according to World Health Organization (WHO) official Dr. Michael Ryan.
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foxnews.com
Germany testing tuberculosis drug as coronvirus treatment
A microbiologist in Germany believes that the use of an updated version of a 100-year-old Tuberculosis vaccine may work as an intermediate treatment for Covid-19. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
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edition.cnn.com
Rex Ryan apologizes for calling Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper a 'turd'
Former NFL coach and current analyst Rex Ryan took his criticism of the Dallas Cowboys' deal with Amari Cooper to a bizarrely personal level.
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latimes.com
‘It is terrifying’: Wisconsin leaders warn of coronavirus disaster with Tuesday’s vote
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, elected officials and activists are trying to keep voters home during Wisconsin's Tuesday election.
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politico.com
FedEx delivers 91 percent cut to CEO’s pay
FedEx said on Friday it would slash its chief executive’s pay and draw down $1.5 billion from a credit facility as parcel delivery services take a hit from coronavirus-led lockdowns across the globe. The company also plans to tap debt markets to bolster its reserves as the pandemic compounds its own troubles, including integration issues...
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