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Rights Group Calls for Moratorium on Internet Shutdowns Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
"Shutdowns directly harm people’s health and lives, and undermine efforts to bring the pandemic under control."
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'The Good Doctor' Season 4 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot: All You Need to Know About the Next Season
"The Good Doctor" Season 4 should be coming to ABC this year and is likely to see some cast shake-ups and big plot changes.
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newsweek.com
A Genetic Test For A Microscopic Problem Came With A Jumbo Price Tag
Molecular diagnostics are at the frontier of medical science. But along with precise information about health, the tests raise billing questions that can create a minefield for patients.
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npr.org
Coronavirus live updates: With deaths near 3,200, Donald Trump says US had 'no other choice' but to extend social distancing
U.S. deaths surged past 3,100 as states across America pleaded for help Tuesday and took drastic action to try to stem the flood of coronavirus cases.       
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usatoday.com
Tucker Carlson: We understand there's a shortage of medical masks. Stop lying to us and tell the truth
The government has told us dumb lies about the medical mask shortage from the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
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foxnews.com
Hundreds of Americans flown out of locked-down Nepal
U.S. State Department arranged the flight for those wanting to get home during the pandemic but as many as 4,000 Americans are still there.
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cbsnews.com
Virus shuts Pennsylvania schools indefinitely
President Trump declared a major disaster in Pennsylvania on Monday night, capping off a day that saw nearly 700 new cases as Gov. Tom Wolf extended the closing of schools and nonessential businesses indefinitely. (March 31)       
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Hong Kong's night races gallop on... but without fans
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Amazon fires warehouse worker who led walkout
Amazon has terminated an employee based in the company's Staten Island, New York, warehouse after he participated in a worker walkout protesting the company's response to the novel coronavirus. CNN's Christine Romans reports the employee, Christian Smalls, was supposed to be under quarantine.
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Antarctica Has Just Had Its First Recorded Heatwave
Temperatures reached 20.75 degrees Celsius on Seymour Island east of the Antarctic Peninsula.
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newsweek.com
'I don't think you really can' make the election safe: Wisconsin gears up for primary
With more than a dozen states backloading the election calendar due to the novel coronavirus, Wisconsin stands as an outlier, instead determined to forge ahead.
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abcnews.go.com
Strong storms to move through the South
A spring break for warmth for parts of the South will be ushered in by a line of storms today which will produce strong winds and possibly hail or an isolated tornado. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the timing and how long this cooler weather will last.
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US spies having trouble assessing coronavirus spread in China, Russia: report
With nearly 800,000 coronavirus cases worldwide, Intelligence agencies in the U.S. are having difficulties determining the situation in areas such as China, Russia, and North Korea, government sources told Reuters.
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CDC Director On Models For The Months To Come: 'This Virus Is Going To Be With Us'
After weeks of keeping a low profile, the CDC's Dr. Robert Redfield tells NPR that data will determine future recommendations for wearing masks or easing back on social distancing.
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Here are the states restricting travel from within the US
As cases of and deaths from Covid-19 continue to climb in the United States, officials are implementing travel restrictions to try to stop the coronavirus from spreading.
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'Ozark' Season 3 Ending Explained: What Happened at the End and What It Means for Season 4
Season 3 saw Wendy Byrde commit an unforgivable act that totally changed the allegiances of most of the main characters on the Netflix show.
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newsweek.com
25 years after her death, singer Selena inspires fans across the US to pursue their dreams
Years after her death, Texas singer Selena Quintanilla lives on in the hearts of many Americans.       
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usatoday.com
Ivanka Trump Says President Signing Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Was the 'Boldest Action in History'
Ivanka Trump, who is a senior adviser to the president, said the Trump administration is "committed to helping you through this uncertain time."
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newsweek.com
One of the largest single-site jails in the US grapples with 134 coronavirus cases
The cases of COVID-19 skyrocketed over the weekend at the Cook County Jail.
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abcnews.go.com
Athletes at home during the coronavirus quarantine
Prevented from shining on the field, athletes have been taking to social media to share quarantine moments from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Selena is one of the greatest Latino icons. Her legacy has no comparison 25 years after her death
Selena Quintanilla Perez was poised to become a superstar across America when her sudden death rocked millions of people.
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USA Basketball may face roster challenges for 2021
Knowing when the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics will be solves one problem for USA Basketball.
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Coronavirus live updates: US Open tennis complex to house temporary hospital
A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has infected over three-quarters of a million people around the world.
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Hong Kong Races still run in coronavirus pandemic
As the outbreak spreads, a growing number of sporting events around the world have been postponed or canceled. But in Hong Kong, the city's iconic horse races are still running... without the fans in the stands.
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As Pandemic Spreads, The Developing World Looks Like The Next Target
So far, the coronavirus has hit hardest in the wealthy countries of Asia, Europe and the U.S. But the pandemic appears poised to explode in the developing world --which has far fewer resources.
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Facebook, YouTube Warn Of More Mistakes As Machines Replace Moderators
As tech firms send workers home, it's creating new challenges over how to handle harmful content, including dangerous health claims. So Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are bringing in the machines.
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NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility
The NCAA will permit Division I spring-sport athletes — such as baseball, softball and lacrosse players — who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus pandemic to have an additional year of eligibility.
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Remote learning during coronavirus: How to make your home into a workable school
Across the country, parents are leaning into the new norm of working, parenting, and teaching from home. Here are some dos and don'ts from parents and experts.       
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usatoday.com
Lee Greenwood reflects on ‘God Bless the U.S.A.’ success, lasting marriage of 27 years
Lee Greenwood says his life with Miss Tennessee Kimberly Payne is “blissful.”
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Viral video advises washing fruit and vegetables with soap: Here's why that's a bad idea
Despite what a doctor in a viral video suggests, it's not a good idea to wash fruits and vegetables with soap and water, even during the COVID-19 pandemic, food scientists told Live Science. 
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Instagram influencers slammed for 'bragging' about luxurious lifestyle during coronavirus pandemic
Two travel bloggers who live in a three-story mansion in Bali have been slammed for "bragging" about their luxury lifestyle -- after posting about self-isolation.
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Toilet Paper Startup Ramps Up And Rolls In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic
The sudden demand for "white gold" came at just the right time for a new toilet paper factory in Maine. "The demand is insane," says Tissue Plus owner, Marc Cooper.
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James Carafano: Coronavirus and regime change — will this plague topple nations great and small?
Will the lies, inefficiencies and suffering propagated by the coronavirus response of authoritarian regimes bring their downfall?
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foxnews.com
Global stocks and US futures move higher after China's economy shows signs of life
Global stock markets and US futures moved higher Tuesday after data showed that manufacturing activity in China rebounded from record lows in March, even though the world's second largest economy remains under huge pressure from the coronavirus.
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Coronavirus Has Taught Us More About Trump Than We Wanted to Know
Meanwhile, Andrew Cuomo has emerged as the anti-Trump.
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nytimes.com
New York Attorney General Threatens Amazon With Legal Action After Firing of Worker Who Led Strike Over Coronavirus Precautions
Letitia James criticized the termination of Chris Smalls at the Staten Island facility after a worker had tested positive for the virus.
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newsweek.com
The Coronavirus and the Conservative Mind
The pandemic has put psychological theories of politics to a very interesting test.
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nytimes.com
It’s Time to Make Your Own Face Mask
Here’s how to do it.
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nytimes.com
Why Am I Reading Apocalyptic Novels Now?
If something frightening is happening, I want to be afraid of it. When things are bad, I want to suffer.
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nytimes.com
“It’s Every Man for Himself”
How one Florida mayor is trying to protect her city from COVID-19.
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slate.com
Tropical Smoothie Cafe pledges to donate 100,000 smoothies to healthcare workers amidst coronavirus outrbreak
This company found a smooth way to help out with the coronavirus pandemic.
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foxnews.com
In Los Angeles During Coronavirus, I’m Still Dressing to Be Seen
In Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic, I’m still dressing to be seen.
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nytimes.com
Red Sox LHP Sale has Tommy John Surgery
Red Sox starter Chris Sale had Tommy John surgery on his left elbow on Monday, his 31st birthday, waiting 11 days after doctors said he needed the operation because of difficulty in scheduling during the coronavirus pandemic.
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foxnews.com
Stephon Marbury Calls Coronavirus an 'Invisible Monster,' Explains Why He Delivered Medical Supplies From China to New York
The Brooklyn native has organized for 10 million medical masks to be delivered to healthcare workers in New York City.
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newsweek.com
As MLB ponders post-virus season, players worry about health
Could trying to cram in games, and maybe extend the season into late November or December, lead to injuries?
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foxnews.com
UK hospitals brace for coronavirus peak
Health care workers in London and across the UK are bracing for a peak in the coronavirus outbreak. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
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Iowa's Spencer Lee wins Hodge Trophy after dominant season
Spencer Lee of Iowa has been voted the winner of the Dan Hodge Trophy as the most dominant college wrestler in the nation.
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foxnews.com
'There's no blueprint' - Virus upends college recruiting
After Michigan lost to Ohio State in the semifinals of the women's Big Ten Tournament, coach Kim Barnes Arico and her staff immediately hit the road.
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