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Nets routed by lowly Hawks as playoff fortunes take hit

ATLANTA — First the Nets lost their momentum, now they’ve lost their hold on the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference. Next could be a playoff spot if they don’t get their act together. Their heads clearly aren’t right, after they were thoroughly outclassed 141-118 by the Hawks. In a game the Nets had to...
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Global economy screeches to a halt as coronavirus job losses take toll
The shock of the coronavirus is hitting the economy like another Great Depression — and Americans aren’t alone in their misery. A tsunami of job losses and welfare claims in Britain, the European Union and Asia in the last two weeks parallel the 10 million unemployment claims in the US as businesses around the world...
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Trump Fires Intelligence Watchdog Who First Told Congress of Whistleblower Complaint
The president informed Congress of the move late on Friday night in the middle of the coronavirus crisis.
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Lives to remember: People we lost to coronavirus
Here are just some of the coronavirus pandemic's many victims: who they were, and the lives they touched.
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Live updates: 93,000 could become infected in D.C., mayor says, as cases in DMV rise to 5,535
See the latest coronavirus news and developments Saturday in the Washington, D.C., region.
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Los Angeles prosecutors charge ‘non-essential’ shops for staying open
Los Angeles prosecutors hit four shops with criminal charges for refusing to close during the shutdown orders imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, according to a report. The move marks the first time the city has filed charges against stores for violating the “Safer at Home” order requiring “non-essential” businesses to close during...
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Walmart to limit customers in stores to encourage social distancing
Walmart will begin limiting the number of customers inside stores Saturday to encourage social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Only five customers per 1,000 feet will be allowed in, and workers will be tasked with admitting them one-by-one into the store, according to Reuters. “While many of our customers have been following the advice of...
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Knifeman in Southern France Kills 2, Injures Others in Attack
French officials said they are evaluating whether the attack was motivated by terrorism
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Coronavirus in NY: Businesses board up windows with no end to lockdown in sight
Plywood covers the windows of Dylan Murphy’s, an Upper East Side bar. “We are all in this together,” reads the spraypainted message. “Stay home. Save lives.” The watering hole isn’t the only New York business barricading itself to try to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus since Gov. Andrew Cuomo put a lockdown in...
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Power ranking methods that will get you thinking like oddsmakers
LAS VEGAS — An annual meeting scheduled for Chris Andrews’ office March 15 was called off. Selection Sunday never happened this year, so Andrews had no need to huddle with his inner circle of oddsmakers to post opening lines for the NCAA Tournament. Andrews, the South Point sportsbook director, holds a similar meeting before opening...
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Is Zoom the video game platform for life during coronavirus? USC game students say 'yes'
Zoom, once primarily used for business meetings, is increasingly utilized as a means to facilitate socializing. But it could also be a video game platform. Students of the USC Game School have been leading the way in creating games for the platform.
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The Check-In: USC's McClain brothers find some good during coronavirus shutdown
Abdul-Malik and Munir McClain, who play football at USC, are living a new normal during the coronavirus pandemic. It's virtual classrooms and virtual lessons from coaches.
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Cost overruns, delays, now coronavirus. Academy Museum chief Bill Kramer isn't fazed
In his first in-depth interview as Academy Museum director, Bill Kramer talks budget, construction time lines and, most important, what you'll see inside.
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L.A. Affairs: Being single is bad enough. Will I spend this apocalypse alone?
There was only one way to avoid my coronavirus spiral, which had me thinking again and again about the end of "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World," about waiting for an asteroid to destroy the planet.
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Dr. Kent Ingle: Coronavirus demands parents talk with their kids about education and careers
You must acknowledge and equip your children to make the most of their education at this time, because it is what will prepare them for the days to come beyond this pandemic.
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As USC forces pay cuts amid pandemic, its president gets a new Santa Monica home
As the global coronavirus pandemic has forced austerity measures at the University of Southern California, the private college has purchased an $8.6-million Santa Monica home for its president
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Coronavirus kills some people and hardly affects others: How is that possible?
How can the new coronavirus affect people so differently — killing some while leaving others blissfully unaware that they have been infected at all?
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Two Tricks to Help Your Family Get Along Better
Decentralize power, write a mission statement, and hold family meetings.
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slate.com
Coronavirus has people howling at the moon
In Mill Valley, people howl to express support for front-line workers -- and for emotional release
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Twins in India named Corona and Covid after the deadly virus
Meet Corona and Covid, newborn twins in India named after the deadly novel coronavirus spreading around the globe. The siblings, a boy and a girl, were born on March 27 to Preeti and Vinay Verma in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, according to Sky News. “The delivery happened after facing several difficulties and therefore, my...
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MI grandfather who walks miles to see granddaughter through glass says it's about 'making a difference'
The coronavirus isn't stopping one Michigan grandfather from walking miles to see his son and newborn granddaughter Elliana through a glass door. 
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Does the U.S. need a national Coronavirus registry?
Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy - who is also a doctor - says there should be a government registry of who has had the Coronavirus, as is done with vaccines.
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'We are both still alive': Woman details nightmare on Holland America cruise ship with coronavirus
Two Ohio residents were stuck on a Holland America cruise ship, confined to their room for more than a week. Now they're finally headed home.        
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Ousted captain of USS Roosevelt faces further discipline, despite support of crew and petition for reinstatement
Despite widespread support for Capt. Crozier, he faces possible disciplinary action.
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China wins seat on UN Human Rights Council panel despite troubling record, response to coronavirus
China has won a seat on a panel on the controversial U.N. Human Rights Council, where it will help vet candidates for important human rights posts -- despite its decades-long record of systematic human rights abuse.
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430,000 People Have Traveled From China to U.S. Since Coronavirus Surfaced
There were 1,300 direct flights to 17 cities before President Trump’s travel restrictions. Since then, nearly 40,000 Americans and other authorized travelers have made the trip, some this past week and many with spotty screening.
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nytimes.com
Why is there no national lockdown?
There are legal questions as to the President's power to issue a national lockdown order. But should that prevent him from advocating the much-needed policy?
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How to make TV shows on iPhones? Just ask Conan and Al Roker
Zoom video conferencing software, FaceTime and Skype were also tapped by late-night shows and news broadcasters for two-way interviews.       
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usatoday.com
CDC recommends everyone voluntarily wear a mask in public
After saying masks were only for the sick or those tending the sick, the CDC now recommends that everyone voluntarily use a face covering. Here's why.
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Hunt for medical supplies creates marketplace of desperation
Intense global demand to get protective equipment for doctors and nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus battle is prompting states and hospitals to compete against themselves in a shady marketplace where prices are soaring
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China honors coronavirus victims with 3 minutes of reflection, 'wail of grief'
China held a rare, three-minute nationwide moment of reflection Saturday to remember coronavirus victims, with cars, trains and ships blaring their horns in what state media described as a coordinated “wail of grief.”  
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Coronavirus in NY: City spending $5.9M a day for idled school buses
New York City is spending nearly $6 million a day during the coronavirus crisis for idled school buses, The Post has learned. Under contracts with school-bus companies, the nation’s largest school system is obligated to pay 85% of the daily fees when schools are shut for snow or other emergencies, if the days are not...
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Bernie Sanders Warns Total Economic Collapse Will Be More Expensive Than Paying Workers, Reducing Health Care Costs Amid Coronavirus
The Democratic presidential candidate commented that it's easier for status quo forces to maintain a broken system than to fix it.
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newsweek.com
Trump fires yet another official who played a key role in investigating Trump
Trump's dismissal of Michael Atkinson is particularly -- and transparently -- self-serving
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'The Walking Dead' Season 10 Finale Delay Explained & Episode 16 Plot Spoilers
"The Walking Dead" Season 10 finale has been delayed due to coronavirus concerns. Here's everything we know about episode 16, including projections for when it will air.
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newsweek.com
California launches initiative to place homeless in hotel rooms
The "Project Roomkey" initiative is the first of its kind in the nation.
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cbsnews.com
Bookies offer desperate gamblers bizarre options in world without sports
With coronavirus shutting down pro sports and shuttering casinos, desperate gamblers are betting on the weather. A Rockland County bookmaker told The Post that this week he’s offering customers an under/over proposition: the climate in Paris at exactly 2 p.m. on Saturday. In fact, it was a client’s idea. “Just bringing yourself to bet on...
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Enjoy culture while social distancing: 15 picks from streamed sound bath to Disney art
Our watch list for the weekend includes Kristin Chenoweth, Emanuel Ax, Sandra Tsing Loh and a rare peek inside the Disney archives.
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latimes.com
Christopher Cross tests positive for coronavirus, calls it 'the worst illness I've ever had'
Christopher Cross is the latest celebrity to be diagnosed with the coronavirus, the singer-songwriter has revealed.
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Comment: Time to get on the same page
Fighting the Coronavirus transcends politics. The sooner we're all on the same page, the sooner we can get back to business as usual.
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China holds national day of mourning for coronavirus ‘martyrs’
China observed a rare national day of mourning for its coronavirus “martyrs” Saturday, a somber day that coincided with the nation’s annual Ching Ming, or tomb-sweeping, festival. The day traditionally involves Chinese people paying their respects to their ancestors and lost loved ones by visiting their graves to remove weeds and brush away dirt, burn...
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Two knifed to death in southern France, investigated as possible terror attack
Anti-terrorism prosecutors were investigating a knife attack Saturday in a French town under coronavirus lockdown that left two people dead and seven injured, according to reports.
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'Allahu Akbar' Migrant Knifeman Kills Two, Wounds Seven in France
A knife-wielding Sudanese migrant shouting "Allahu Akbar!" has stabbed two people to death and wounded "at least" seven others in France.
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Kevin Hart tells 50 Cent to ‘f–k off’ after he’s trolled for grey hair
Kevin Hart has clapped back at 50 Cent after he jokingly took aim at him, Sean "Diddy" Combs and Deion Sanders for their salt-and-pepper strands.
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Africa faces ‘imminent surge’ of coronavirus cases, WHO says
Africa will face an “imminent surge” of COVID-19 cases, the head of the World Health Organization told several of the continent’s top leaders. WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus delivered his blunt advisory in a teleconference with the African heads of state. Ghebreyesus also urged the government officials to free up humanitarian corridors to ease the...
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Saturday Sessions: Adeline performs "Twilight"
French-Caribbean singer Adeline was boring in Paris before moving to New York after high school to pursue her dream of becoming a performer. She fronted the band “Escort” before releasing her critically acclaimed self-titled debut album. With a new EP coming out in June, Adeline recorded “Twilight” at the Bridge Studio in Brooklyn, New York for “CBS This Morning’s” Saturday Sessions.
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Singer Pink Says She Tested Positive for Coronavirus, Will Donate $1M for Relief Efforts
The "So What" singer revealed that she will donate to the Temple University hospital and Los Angeles' COVID-19 relief fund.
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newsweek.com
Pink reveals she and son, 3, tested positive for coronavirus: 'This illness is serious and real'
Pink is urging her fans to take COVID-19 seriously after she and her three-year-old son tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
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foxnews.com
'Grateful that we have this option': Some pregnant women turn to home births amid coronavirus pandemic
Some pregnant women say home births feel safer and offer more control during the coronavirus pandemic.      
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