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CNN 10 - Aoril 6, 2020
Aoril 6, 2020
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Los Angeles woman celebrates 110th birthday amid coronavirus pandemic
A 110-year-old woman is celebrating her birthday during a pandemic that ruthlessly targets the elderly. Ruth Mendelson, who also lived through the Spanish Flu of 1918, offers hope and resilience in a time of severe hardship. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Churches hold Palm Sunday services despite state bans on gatherings
Several churches around the country held services Palm Sunday, some in defiance of state bans on gatherings aimed at stopping the deadly spread of coronavirus.
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CNN10 - 4/6/20
The Trump Administration warns of a big test, a tech company tracks cell phones across America, and we take a virtual trip to a picturesque, snowy landscape.
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Walmart ramps up cleaning efforts after two Chicago-area employees die from coronavirus
Neither of the two workers had been at the Evergreen Park store for at least a week, Walmart told the area's local chapter of CBS News.      
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usatoday.com
Thousands of NY COVID patients are being treated with anti-malarial drug
As many as 4,000 seriously ill coronavirus patients in New York are being treated with the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine, state health officials say. President Trump has touted hydroxychloroquine as a potential life-saver, although there is no widespread scientific evidence to date showing it helps battle COVID-19. But Gov. Andrew Cuomo last month said healthcare providers...
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Face The Nation: Michael Dowling, Scott Gottlieb, Jill Schlesinger, Dr. Luana Marques
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the impact coronavirus has had on small business owners and how Americans prepare for what's likely to be a catastrophic April.
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Australian Officials Launch Criminal Investigation Into Ruby Princess Cruise Ship
Nearly 2,700 passengers aboard the Ruby Princess left the ship freely, though some were experiencing flu-like symptoms.
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A Holocaust survivor's motivation for recording memories
Max Eisen is one of the participants in a project that will let future generations engage in real-time conversations with Holocaust survivors, even after their deaths. Producer Shari Finkelstein writes about meeting Eisen and watching him tell his story.
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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay donates 10,000 masks during coronavirus fight
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay announced Sunday on Twitter that he acquired over 10,000 N95 masks and plans on distributing them to some of the medical workers who need them most amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kiefer Sutherland pays tribute to 'extraordinary' mother, actress Shirley Douglas, dead at 86
Kiefer Sutherland pays tribute to his "extraordinary" mother, the actress Shirley Douglas, who died Sunday.       
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usatoday.com
Speaking with Holocaust survivors who've died
Survivors of the Holocaust now have the chance to preserve their stories in a way that allows them to directly answer future generations' questions about their experiences.
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Miley Cyrus, Cody Simpson offer taco meals to health-care workers amid coronavirus pandemic
Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson delivered 120 taco meals to health-care workers at a hospital to offer them thanks for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Struggling in a coronavirus-ravaged economy
Americans who never thought they would need it are seeking unemployment benefits because of coronavirus-related layoffs. They're finding an overwhelmed system that may not meet their needs in time. Meanwhile, business owners are trying to find solutions.
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2020 Democrats adapt campaigns to coronavirus pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown a wrench in the campaign plans for 2020 Democrats. But candidates and their campaign staff are still working on ways to get their messages across at a time where large social gatherings are banned. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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NJ gives local governments power to limit short-term rentals
TRENTON, N.J. — New powers for New Jersey’s local and county governments to restrict short-term rentals are taking effect Sunday night, part of the effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 as the number of cases in the state passed 37,000 and the number of deaths exceeded 900. The state’s emergency management director, state police...
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India observes nationwide candlelight vigil in a show of solidarity in the fight against coronavirus
People across India turned off the lights in their homes and stood on their balconies, at their open entryways and outside their homes with candles and lamps lit, or flashlight and mobile phone lights turned on, to observe a candlelight vigil on Sunday night.
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Amid Warnings of a Coronavirus ‘Pearl Harbor,’ Governors Walk a Fine Line
As officials warned people to brace for a surge in cases and deaths, governors pleaded for a consistent strategy and more help from Washington.
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nytimes.com
This Is What Happens When a Narcissist Runs a Crisis
Trump’s catastrophic performance has as much to do with psychology as ideology.
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Scapegoating New York for the Coronavirus Ignores Its Desperate Need
Blaming the city for coronavirus is a way of letting the federal government off the hook.
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One Restaurant’s Struggle to Weather the Pandemic
Thamee opened in 2019 to great acclaim. Then the coronavirus hit.
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slate.com
Texans Begin Hoarding Chickens During Coronavirus Pandemic
Eggs have become a scarce item on grocery shelves during the COVID-19 pandemic, so San Antonio residents have decided to stockpile chickens. That still doesn't solve the age-old question of which came first.
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted to hospital
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to the hospital for tests, Downing Street said, after days of coronavirus symptoms. CNN's Max Foster has more.
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Facebook Hampers Do-It-Yourself Mask Efforts
The social network said it had made an “error” in threatening to ban the organizers of hand-sewn masks from posting or commenting on its site.
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Bronx Zoo tiger becomes first of its kind to test positive for coronavirus, officials say
Federal officials confirmed a tiger at the Bronx Zoo tested positive for COVID-19 after multiple animals developed virus symptoms.       
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usatoday.com
Pentagon mandates all workers wear face coverings to protect against coronavirus
The Pentagon mandated Sunday that everyone at Defense Department facilities cover their faces in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus. 
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NYC coronavirus death toll now over 2,400 with almost 65K cases
Another 218 peopled died of the coronavirus in the city overnight, bringing the Big Apple’s death toll to more than 2,400, officials said Sunday. The number of confirmed cases of the contagion is now near 65,000, or 4,105 more than the previous 24 hours, they added. Of that total, 14,205 patients are in hospital intensive-care units....
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WWE WrestleMania 36 Night 2 Results: Drew McIntyre and Brock Lesnar Square Off Tonight
John Cena will enter the Firefly Fun House to take on "The Fiend" at WrestleMania.
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newsweek.com
Queen Elizabeth gives rare public address about coronavirus
Queen Elizabeth gave a rare public address on Sunday as the country battles the coronavirus pandemic. The queen's speech urged unity and gratitude in these trying times. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hospitalized due to coronavirus
The 55-year-old had tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, late last month.
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Tamika Catchings' Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame selection 'a storybook ending'
Few basketball players have a résumé as complete as Tamika Catchings, the former Indiana Fever, Tennessee and Olympic star.       
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Trump and public health officials warn the worst is yet to come
With the U.S. coronavirus death count at more than 9,000, President Trump and top officials are warning that the toughest week is still ahead. Health officials are also pleading to the public to take social distancing measures even more seriously than now. Nikole Killion reports.
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Real Coronavirus Death Toll in U.S. Is Higher Than Official Number
Lots of people who died in their houses or nursing homes were never tested, leading to an undercounting of COVID-19 deaths.
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slate.com
Shirley Douglas, Canadian activist-actress, dies at 86
Shirley Douglas, the Canadian activist and actress, mother to actor Kiefer Sutherland and daughter of Canada medicare founder Tommy Douglas, died Sunday. She was 86.
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latimes.com
Trump admin weighs legal action over alleged Chinese hoarding of PPE
Leading US manufacturers of medical safety gear told the White House that China prohibited them from exporting their products from the country as the coronavirus pandemic mounted — even as Beijing was trying to “corner the world market” in personal protective equipment, The Post has learned. Now, the Trump administration is weighing legal action against...
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Melba Wilson: “This is life changing. We’re grieving.”
A New York City restaurant owner says she’s concerned about the well-being of the employees she’s had to lay off as the novel coronavirus grips the region.
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“Spare a moment for sorrow” says John Dickerson about how can we mourn and respond to the coronavirus pandemic
"We see you. We feel your sorrow. You are not alone, even in this moment of deep loneliness." John Dickerson on how we can respond to those who are suffering from losses caused by COVID-19.
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Bronx Zoo tiger tests positive for coronavirus, officials say
A tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City has tested positive for the coronavirus, in what may be the first confirmed case of an animal being infected with the virus in the U.S.
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foxnews.com
Local digest: Man shot to death in Baltimore while live-streaming
A roundup of news from around the Washington region.
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washingtonpost.com
Lesson of Maurice Stokes-Jack Twyman bond resonates in these coronavirus times
The celebration was going to culminate in the 700-seat auditorium at the John F. Kennedy Student Center, tucked into the northern segment of the campus of St. Francis University in Loretto, Pa. There, Monday night, the 2,100-student school would celebrate the life of Maurice Stokes, the school’s most famous alumnus, on the 50th anniversary of...
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Sunday, April 5, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" anchored by Karen Leigh.
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Boeing extends closure of Washington state production facilities because of coronavirus
Boeing is extending the temporary suspension of production operations at its Puget Sound and Moses Lake facilities in Washington state because of the coronavirus pandemic, the company said Sunday.
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NBA, ESPN working on televising H-O-R-S-E competition during coronavirus pandemic, report says
The NBA is working towards keeping basketball relevant during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Galaxy and LAFC donating food and supplies amid the coronavirus outbreak
LAFC and the Galaxy are donating food and supplies to Southern California hospital workers and charities amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
latimes.com
New Mexico man, angered by not qualifying for coronavirus check, tried to set wife on fire, police allege
A New Mexico man tried to set his disabled wife on fire because he was angry he didn’t qualify for a coronavirus-related stimulus check, police alleged.
foxnews.com
Democrat Kentucky Governor Vetoes Mandatory Voter ID for 2020 Election
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) has vetoed legislation that would mandate state voters to show a photo ID before they vote in the 2020 presidential election, and every election after. 
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White House To Hold Coronavirus Briefing, As U.S. Death Toll Nears 10,000
"This is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans' lives, quite frankly," the U.S. surgeon general warned.
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Fauci Refuses Claim Coronavirus Pandemic Is 'Under Control': 'That'd Be a False Statement… We're Struggling'
"We're going to continue to see an escalation," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, a key member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
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