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Heartbroken brides change wedding plans amid coronavirus fears
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nypost.com
ESPN co-hosts troll Katie Nolan into Julian Edelman Patriots rage
Katie Nolan was this close to cursing out another one of her beloved Patriots. Still recovering from Tom Brady’s shocking signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — prompting the ESPN personality to reveal that “Today was the first day in my life I ever said the phrase … ‘Eff Tom Brady.’ I said it out...
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nypost.com
IRS to begin issuing $1,200 coronavirus payments April 9, but some Americans won’t receive checks until September, agency plan says
The Trump administration is rushing to issue the funds but the process for many households will be delayed
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washingtonpost.com
Nurse battling coronavirus: ‘Worse than a gunshot’
A coronavirus-stricken Texas nurse says that her battle with the illness feels “worse than a gunshot,” according to a report. Shareka Williams, who works at Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation & Healing, said Monday in a video filmed from her hospital bed that the virus is “no joke,” news station WZTV reported. “I never felt a...
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Sony delays 'The Last of Us 2,' 'Iron Man VR,' citing coronavirus
"The Last of Us Part 2," a game, in part, about the breakdown of society due to the spread of a highly contagious virus, has been delayed indefinitely by Sony Interactive Entertainment -- despite the success of 'Animal Crossing' and more games in coronavirus quarantine.
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latimes.com
Tekashi 6ix9ine will serve the rest of prison sentence at home due to coronavirus threat
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine will serve the balance of his federal sentence in home confinement, a judge ordered, due to coronavirus-related conditions in prison.
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latimes.com
Bret Baier calls out China, Russia, North Korea over 'suspect,' 'skewed' coronavirus stats
"Special Report" anchor Bret Baier told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Thursday it is unlikely that North Korea has just one case of coronavirus, and called China's reported figures "suspect."
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How Patti LuPone rescues her quarantined fans on Twitter
Patti LuPone's videos on Twitter are medicine to fans: "I live for Patti on a normal day, but the joy she fills me with is especially vital right now."
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latimes.com
Navy captain who raised coronavirus alarm relieved of command
The acting secretary of the Navy said he relieved Captain Brett Crozier of command after losing confidence in his ability to lead.
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Where is the line of drinking too much during self-quarantine?
Andrea Bonior joins The Lead.
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edition.cnn.com
Trump again tests negative for coronavirus
Trump also tested negative in mid-March.
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politico.com
Democrats Postpone Presidential Nominating Convention Amid Coronavirus’ ‘Climate of Uncertainty’
Concerns that large crowds will spread the virus prompted Democrats including Joe Biden to press for alternatives
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time.com
New York City doctor fears coronavirus will kill her before wedding
A New York City doctor working on the frontlines to battle the coronavirus says the situation at her hospital has become so “scary” that she doesn’t know if she’ll live to see her fall nuptials, according to a report. Dr. Deena Elkafrawi, 30, said that she feels like she’s in a “bloodless war” while working...
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Trump tested again for coronavirus, White House says
President Trump was re-tested for the coronavirus on Thursday and the results indicate he is not infected, the White House says. White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham released a memo on the testing to reporters without stating a reason for the procedure. “This morning, the President was tested again for COVID-19, utilizing a new, rapid...
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Sailor Brinkley defends decision to wear N95 mask in public amid shortage during coronavirus pandemic
Sailor Brinkley is shutting down social media criticism that the model said she received after wearing a protective mask in public amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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foxnews.com
As Concerns over Supplies Grow, Trump Orders Health Secretary to Protect Ventilator Supply Chain
President Trump invoked the Defense Production Act to ensure that ventilator makers have adequate raw materials and parts.
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newsweek.com
Congress Is at a Loss
As the crisis worsens, the ideas for what to do next are either nothing or the wrong thing.
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slate.com
Rocky weeks ahead as U.S. unemployment numbers hit record high during coronavirus
Millions of Americans have filed for unemployment this week, doubling the record set last week. Brian Sozzi, Yahoo Finance editor-at-large, joins CBSN's Reena Ninan with a look at the economy during the coronavirus pandemic and what's in store for the weeks to come.
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cbsnews.com
Navy commander suspected of leaking memo warning about coronavirus
The commander of a US aircraft carrier which has been hit by a major outbreak of the coronavirus is expected to be removed from duty after being suspected of leaking a memo that warned Navy leadership that decisive action was needed to save the lives of the ship's crew, a defense official tells CNN.
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Governor responds to Trump's tweet about 'complainers'
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy responds to a tweet from President Trump referring to some people as 'complainers' for reaching out to the federal government for medical supplies to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
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‘Company’ producer strives to keep it together
Like every theater producer, Chris Harper, who’s behind the buzzy London revival of Stephen Sondheim’s “Company,” is bucking up his cast, holding his investors together, and waiting for Broadway, dark since March 12, to light up again. That’s a handful, but it takes a back seat to his No. 1 priority: raising his twins, Martha...
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Nurse struggled to get tested and worked while infected
A nurse in New York who was showing symptoms of coronavirus worked at two hospitals for about seven days while waiting on test results that would eventually come back positive. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen has the story.
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Outside Nationals Park, I saw what you’d expect. It still felt deflating.
Home openers are usually for new beginnings. We could have used one.
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washingtonpost.com
Target to limit number of shoppers in stores, as a new safety measure
Target will start to monitor, meter and may limit the number of shoppers inside stores as part of its coronavirus response beginning April 4.      
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usatoday.com
Former UCLA lineman Christaphany Murray commits to Oklahoma
Former UCLA offensive lineman Christaphany Murray announced on Twitter that he had committed to Oklahoma, where he will rejoin former Bruins teammate Theo Howard.
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latimes.com
U.S. exported nearly $60 million in masks, ventilators ahead of coronavirus crisis here
Exports of masks and PPE from the U.S. to China surged in January and February, when the coronavirus was wreaking havoc in the country where it began.       
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usatoday.com
France Converts World's Largest Wholesale Food Market Into Morgue As Death Toll Surpasses 5,300
With funeral homes already overwhelmed, police are converting the hall at Rungis Market into a makeshift morgue.
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newsweek.com
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer wears 'That woman from Michigan' T-shirt in swipe at Trump
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer had a not-so-subtle message for President Trump during her appearance on "The Daily Show" on Wednesday night.
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foxnews.com
Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach apologizes for 'offensive' Twitter post
Mississippi State coach Mike Leach deleted and subsequently apologized for a tweet some of his own players and an MSU professor found offensive.       
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usatoday.com
Wisconsin Primary To Go On But Absentee Voting Extended, Federal Judge Rules
While limited in-person voting will take place on April 7, absentee ballots won't be due to election offices until April 13.
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npr.org
Dr. Gupta: Religious gathering in age of coronavirus defies medical logic
CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, reports.
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A great artist’s life was interrupted by internment. Now an exhibition of his work is interrupted by a virus.
The Smithsonian’s Chiura Obata exhibition is still inspiring, even off view.
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washingtonpost.com
Coronavirus facts and myths: Clearing up COVID-19 confusion with truth
Here’s what the most credible authorities — the WHO, CDC and NIAID — know and are still learning about the virus.
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nypost.com
Want To See What Your City's Pandemic Plan Says? Good Luck.
NPR reached out to the public health departments serving some of the largest cities in the U.S. Most did not have their most current pandemic response plan posted publicly and many were out of date.
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Ducks owners agree to pay arena workers' salaries through June
Ducks owners Henry and Susan Samueli are setting a new standard for taking care of arena workers amid the coronavirus shutdown.
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latimes.com
Ben Shapiro explains why Americans should take coronavirus aid money without a second thought
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro said Thursday that while some Americans may feel uneasy accepting cash payments from the government as laid out in the coronavirus response bill, the temporary economic relief is well deserved.
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foxnews.com
Review: 'Slay the Dragon' examines gerrymandering's threat to democracy
Documentary 'Slay the Dragon' follows activist Katie Fahey and others on their crusade to end the politically divisive process of gerrymandering.
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latimes.com
All New Yorkers advised to cover mouth, nose when outside amid coronavirus
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday said all New Yorkers should cover their nose and mouth when going outside amid the coronavirus pandemic. The new guidance to wear scarves, bandanas or other pieces of clothing in public aims to curb the outbreak that’s infected 48,462 people and caused 1,397 deaths in the Big Apple. “When...
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nypost.com
Buccaneers bring back Blaine Gabbert to back up Tom Brady
The Buccaneers are adding some insurance for their new crown jewel. The team has signed journeyman quarterback Blaine Gabbert to a one-year deal as reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport on Thursday to back up newly-acquired superstar, Tom Brady. Brady is still playing at a high level, but the six-time Super Bowl champion turns 43...
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Instacart to provide masks, fever checks, for employees
Grocery delivery service Instacart says it will provide face masks, thermometers and hand sanitizer to its full service shoppers in wake of demands       
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usatoday.com
10 travel shows and movies to avoid coronavirus cabin fever
Coronavirus quarantine got you down? These shows and movies will take you for a virtual world tour to ease your stress and cure your boredom.       
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usatoday.com
NY nurses use 3D face masks due to acute shortage
NY nurses use 3D face masks due to acute shortage       
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usatoday.com
Biden wants to talk to Trump about lessons learned
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says he hopes to speak with President Donald Trump to provide "some lessons" and suggestions dealing with health crises that he learned during his vice presidency in Obama administration. (April 2)       
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usatoday.com
IRS official: Virus outbreak making it hard to implement key business tax provision
Office closures are making it difficult to process quick refunds.
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politico.com
Governor makes shocking admission during Covid-19 order
Health experts have been warning for months that asymptomatic people can spread Covid-19. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp says he just learned about it.
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edition.cnn.com
Chicago Community Organizer Works to Reduce Population at America's Single Largest Jail Site Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
"We shouldn't be giving people death sentences by carelessly exposing them to this incredibly dangerous illness," Sharlyn Grace said.
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newsweek.com
Today’s coronavirus update: 10M out of work, NYC nurses finally get help
Nearly 10 million Americans were put out of work in the past two weeks as the coronavirus pandemic slammed the US economy. In just the last week, more than 6.6 million people filed for unemployment benefits — almost doubling the prior week’s record, the US Labor Department said Thursday. Some 236,339 Americans have been infected...
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nypost.com
Are you a landlord whose tenants can't pay rent because of coronavirus?
We're interested in learning about the impact this has on your finances and ability to pay the mortgage on your rental property.
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latimes.com