Thailand plans measures next month to help virus-hit tourism industry

Thailand will introduce a package of measures next month to help its tourism industry reeling from a coronavirus outbreak, its deputy prime minister said on Friday.
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Mike McCarthy liked Cowboys situation more than Daniel Jones
INDIANAPOLIS — Spoiled by Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers, former Packers coach Mike McCarthy was excited to coach Daniel Jones. Instead, they will face each other — maybe for years to come — in one of the NFL’s most-heated rivalries. An NFL source told The Post that, though McCarthy always favored the Cowboys above other...
Trump claims coronavirus is only partially responsible for stock market plummet
President Donald Trump claimed Wednesday that concerns over the novel coronavirus are only partially responsible for the US stock market plunge this week, insisting that the dive is also related to the Democratic presidential debate that took place after markets plunged.
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This living legend, formerly known as Mouse, has been eliminated from the competition on "The Masked Singer."
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Lawyers for “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, say new evidence shows the couple is innocent of charges that they bribed their daughters’ way into the University of Southern California
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152 Mississippi inmates, backed by Jay-Z and Yo Gotti, sue prison over 'barbaric' conditions
Attorneys filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Mississippi State Penitentiary on behalf of 152 inmates, who they say live in “abhorrent conditions.”
READ: Obama lawyer demands Republican super PAC stop airing ad featuring former President's audiobook
Representatives for Barack Obama sent a cease-and-desist letter to a Republican super PAC on Wednesday, demanding that it stop airing an ad that uses the former President's words to imply former Vice President Joe Biden supports "plantation politics."
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Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., praised President Trump's handling of the coronavirus threat Wednesday night, just a day after he criticized the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for underestimating the virus and failing to properly prepare for a pandemic.
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Caricature is the norm now.
US, South Korea to postpone military drills over coronavirus
Joint military exercises between the U.S. and South Korean militaries have been postponed as concerns continue to grow over the coronavirus.
Griffin Canning pitches two good innings, but Angels fall to Dodgers in exhibition game
The Angels lost 9-4 to the Dodgers on Wednesday at Camelback Ranch in Phoenix.
Coronavirus outbreak: First case of ‘unknown’ origin reported in California
A person in California with no known exposure to coronavirus patients has been infected with the deadly virus — possibly the first US case contracted domestically, health officials said. “At this time, the patient’s exposure is unknown,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement. “It’s possible this could be an instance...
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Andrew Thomas could solve Jets’ O-line headache at NFL draft
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Roger Stone case shows far larger need to rein in prosecutorial abuse
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Crenshaw dismisses Bernie's claim Democrats can win Texas: 'We don't like these socialist policies'
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, has dismissed claims by Democratic presidential frontrunner Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., that the Lone Star State is within his grasp in November if he wins the party's nomination.
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Mike Pence's 'Pray On It' Plan To Combat Indiana HIV Outbreak Resurfaces After Trump Taps VP to Lead Coronavirus Response
Vice President Mike Pence's slow response to the 2015 outbreak of HIV in Indiana while he was that state's governor resurfaced after President Donald Trump named him the head of the U.S. Coronavirus task force, a choice Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders called, "Disgusting."
How Trump's doctor tried to improve the President's diet
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U.S., South Korea postpone annual military drills due to coronavirus
South Korea reported 21 cases of a new coronavirus in its military and the U.S. military reported one case among its 28,500 troops in South Korea.
Missouri lawmakers consider restricting transgender high school athletes to teams of their birth gender
Missouri state lawmakers are considering a proposal that would restrict transgender high schoolers from competing in teams that don’t match their gender at birth, according to a Tuesday report.
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OnPolitics: How is Trump responding to the coronavirus?
Trump made a Monday evening announcement and Joe Biden has a sizable lead in South Carolina.
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The stock of respiratory masks at Bellevue Hospital, which examined New York City’s first suspected case, substantially dwindled when news broke that the coronavirus had landed in the US, a report said. The number of the protective masks “dipped by hundreds” over one day at the hospital amid the hysteria, according to The Daily Beast....
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President Donald Trump and top U.S. health officials addressed the nation on the new coronavirus, COVID-19, on Wednesday. Here's a factcheck.
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Say hello to New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, the Teacup Yorkie of ­municipal watchdogs. Teacups are the doggies all the other pups at Westminster make fun of — tiny, toothless and about as far removed from ancestral wolfdom as can be imagined. Watchdogs, they ain’t. The same can be said of Stringer, who is...
Anderson Cooper questions Bloomberg's 'change of heart' on stop and frisk during debate
2020 presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg appears to have changed his stance on stop-and-frisk after he decided to make a run for the White House, said CNN host Anderson Cooper during the network's Democratic town hall on Wednesday.
Lt. governor: Shooting is another senseless American tragedy
Multiple people were killed in a shooting at the Molson Coors complex in Milwaukee, officials said.
GOP Leader McCarthy Says Trump's Coronavirus Funding Request Is 'a Little Low' as New Cases Detected in U.S.
Republican Congressman Kevin McCarthy said "now is not the time to play politics" while characterizing President Donald Trump's coronavirus response funding request as "a little low" Wednesday as the total number of cases in the U.S. rose to 60.
Officials give update on shooting at Molson Coors complex
Officials held a press conference about Wednesday's shooting at the Molson Coors complex in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Five employees were killed and the gunman was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. Watch their remarks here.
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Mike Bloomberg doesn’t want a Naked Cowboy in every city —  just as the Naked Cowboy doesn’t want Bloomberg in the White House. The billionaire presidential candidate name-dropped the famous New York City street performer during the Democratic presidential debate Tuesday when Bloomberg defended his own public health agenda as mayor that banned trans fats...
Dr. Marc Siegel & Charles Couger: On frontline of coronavirus fight, University of Nebraska plays key role
We are currently at the University of Nebraska Medical Center as part of our ongoing investigation of the coronavirus outbreak for “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” We are receiving unprecedented access to the National Quarantine Center at the university, as well to the doctors and nurses who treat the patients and run the facility.
Who is Bob Chapek? He's no Bob Iger but he is steeped in Disney culture
Disney's appointment of Chapek to replace Bob Iger surprised Hollywood and Wall Street. But his background may make him well-suited for the job.
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President Donald Trump told Americans on Wednesday that the risk from coronavirus remained "very low," and placed Vice President Mike Pence in charge of the U.S. response to the looming global health crisis.
Miguel Andujar passes his first big Yankees outfield test
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Artists across New York City have taken to the streets to honor Kobe Bryant in the month since his tragic death. Brooklyn-based artist Mark Paul Deren, 39, will complete a huge portrait of the legendary basketball player with his daughter Gianna in Chinatown. Deren — who goes by the artist name Madsteez — previously painted...
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The feds want a reservoir near San Jose drained by Oct. 1 over earthquake fears. The court tells Kern County one permit cannot cover 72,000 new oil wells. Plus, Vice President Mike Pence takes the reins on coronavirus in the U.S. as agencies across the state declare local emergencies.
Edwin Diaz’s Mets redemption tour off to ‘anxious’ start
PORT ST. LUCIE — Edwin Diaz appeared stuck in 2019 as his first appearance of the new Grapefruit League season progressed Wednesday. The electric stuff was there, but the results weren’t for the Mets reliever. Diaz, peaking at 98 mph, missed with his fastball location and withstood a fourth inning in which the Astros scored...