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No more golfing in New York during coronavirus pandemic
The party’s over for New York golfers. While all golf courses in New Jersey have been closed for two weeks under Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive order as a result of the coronavirus crisis, many in New York — including the Westchester County courses and New York State Park courses like Bethpage — have been open...
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Global virus cases pass 1.6 million
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Virus cases in Europe doubling every 3-4 days
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Part 4: Entire CNN coronavirus town hall (April 9)
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta speak with NBA legend Magic Johnson about living with HIV and the impact of coronavirus on the African American community.
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Asia tackling coronavirus pandemic
Life in China is slowly returning to normal, as residents venture outside and businesses reopen after weeks of lockdown. But coronavirus cases are surging in other parts of the region. CBSN contributor Isaac Stone Fish, senior fellow at the Asia Society Center on U.S.-China relations, joins CBSN with the latest.
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Mark Levin reveals the questions he'd like the coronavirus task force to answer
"Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin told Fox News' "Hannity" Thursday night that he had a series of questions "that have been concerning me" for Drs. Deborah Birx and Anthony Fauci of the White House coronavirus task force.
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Tony Ferguson found out UFC 249 was off while doing an interview
Tony Ferguson was left in the dark by Dana White and the UFC.       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 
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Hear what Obama said in 2014 about potential disease outbreak
In 2014, former President Barack Obama spoke about the need to for lawmakers to put aside party politics and prepare for a pandemic. CNN's Don Lemon says that instead of blaming the Obama administration, President Trump should take advice from the former president.
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Part 5: Entire CNN coronavirus town hall (April 9)
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta speak with Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, the World Health Organization Technical Lead for the Covid-19 response.
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CBS Evening News, April 9, 2020
New York sees record coronavirus deaths within 24 hours as the pandemic leveling off; Coronavirus pandemic brings out unity and gratitude among communities
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Joe Biden to hold virtual fund-raisers starting at $1K in real dollars
April 23's will include Kristin Chenoweth, Melissa Etheridge, Billie Jean King and Billy Porter.
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What's on TV Friday: Dishing With Julia Child; Coronavirus
What's on TV Friday, April 10: Dishing With Julia Child; Coronavirus
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But it's not clear the US President has the power to open the country back up
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.
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Florida woman admits to stuffing porn-filled Easter eggs in mailboxes
They cracked the case. A Florida woman was arrested Wednesday night for allegedly filling hundreds of residential mailboxes with plastic Easter eggs stuffed with pornographic pictures and religious writings, authorities said. Abril Cestoni, 42, admitted to police that she distributed over 400 pamphlets in recent days across Flagler County for educational purposes, according to the...
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Josh Duhamel spent the first 3 weeks of the pandemic in the woods
"All we did was … chop wood.”
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Treasury expected to get started on stimulus payments Friday
Paper checks for people without direct deposit would start going out early next month.
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‘Friday’ singer Rebecca Black opens up about sexuality
When asked about her sexual identity, Black, 22, told the co-hosts that she’s had many conversations with herself, her friends and her family about that question.
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Phyllis Lyon, Face of Gay Marriage Movement, Dies at 95
Lyon died Thursday of natural causes
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Dr. Ruth is thrilled about the debunking of the G-spot myth
"I don’t want women to think they are not all right because they can’t find it."
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Part 3: Entire CNN coronavirus town hall (April 9)
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta talk to Jason Garcia, a recovered coronavirus patient whose plasma is being used to treat current coronavirus patients.
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Mort Drucker, legendary caricaturist for Mad Magazine for more than 50 years, dies at 91
Mort Drucker, whose distinctive caricatures of celebrities appeared in the pages of Mad Magazine for more than five decades, has died, according to tweets from the magazine and CNN's Jake Tapper. Drucker was 91.
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Biden Calls for Racial Breakdown of Coronavirus Cases, Deaths to Determine Resource Allocation
"This virus can hit anyone, anywhere—regardless of race, economic status, or access to power," Biden wrote. "But it doesn't impact every community equally."
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CDC extends 'no sail' order for cruise ships as industry ravaged by the coronavirus
Cruise ships won't be hitting the high seas again anytime soon. A new CDC order says about 100 cruise ships near the U.S. must remain idle.       
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Beverly Hills mandates face coverings, even during neighborhood strolls, during COVID-19 pandemic
Starting at 6 p.m. Friday, all people in the city of Beverly Hills, including essential workers, are required to wear face coverings when they leave their homes, including for walks.
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Saudi king, Trump, Putin review importance of cooperation between oil producing countries
Saudi Arabia's King Salman, U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin reviewed, in a phone call, the importance of cooperation between oil producing countries, after Thursday's OPEC+ meeting, Saudi state news agency SPA reported.
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Magic Johnson calls out racial disparities with pandemic
NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson says black and minority communities need to take the Covid-19 pandemic seriously and points out the institutional difficulties that are putting urban communities at higher risk.
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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.        
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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...
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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
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10M students facing 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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Part 1: Entire CNN coronavirus town hall (April 9)
Health officials say how we act today could define how we live for the foreseeable future. CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta discuss what we've learned about the coronavirus and what we still need to find out.
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Report: California Gov. Gavin Newsom asked Disney to shut down UFC 249
Dana White settled on tribal land to bypass California's stay-at-home order during the coronavirus pandemic, but the governor countered – and won.       Related StoriesTwitter reacts to the UFC finally standing down to the coronavirus pandemicUFC 249 canceled, all events on hold indefinitely due to coronavirus pandemicCoronavirus-related family deaths reason for Rose Namajunas' withdrawal from UFC 249 
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Here’s How Biden Should Move Left on Health Care and Court Sanders Voters
It’s time to build an American Health Service.
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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…
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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.
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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." 
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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...
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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.
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Pelosi warns Trump not to reopen country too soon
The speaker also signals the House may not come back in session this month.
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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...
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Rapper Chynna Rogers' cause of death revealed
Rapper Chynna Rogers' cause of death has been revealed.
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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...
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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.
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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...
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