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'Simpsons' writer Tim Long sells Los Feliz Colonial for $4.3 million
In Los Feliz, comedy writer Tim Long sells a 1920s Colonial once owned by Katherine Heigl for $4.3 million. The new owner is Neil Finn of Fleetwood Mac.
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latimes.com
Bar owner gives unemployed staff $3,714 taken from walls amid pandemic
A Georgia owner of a bar known for having cash stapled to the walls took down $3,714 worth of bills to give to her unemployed staff as they weather the financial impact of coronavirus lockdowns, according to a report. Jennifer Knox said customers at The Sand Bar in Tybee Island have long written on dollar...
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nypost.com
Great championship games: Bret Saberhagen pitches a no-hitter in 1982 City final
Cleveland High's Bret Saberhagen came close to throwing a perfect game in a 13-0 win over Palisades for the 1982 City championship at Dodger Stadium.
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latimes.com
Refurbished iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are discounted for one day only
Even though the iPhone 11 has been out for eight months, it's still one of the most powerful phones available. And just for one day, Woot! has discounts on unlocked, refurbished models of Phone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
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Why Tonight's 'Grey's Anatomy' Episode Will be the Last of Season 16
The 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 16 finale airs on ABC on Thursday.
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newsweek.com
Charlotte Figi, who inspired CBD movement, dead at 13 after coronavirus-like illness
Charlotte Figi, the epileptic child who became a symbol of the CBD movement, died after a battle with a coronavirus-like illness, her family said.
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Seton Hall lands ‘stud’ transfer Bryce Aiken to ease Myles Powell hurt
The day was Sept. 19, 2015. Myles Powell committed to Seton Hall during an official visit and would later become one of the program’s all-time greats. That same day, his close friend, Bryce Aiken, was on campus, too. Aiken didn’t pull the trigger like Powell, though, and committed to Harvard three weeks later. Four-and-a-half years...
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Farmers will need relief to stay afloat until restaurants and schools reopen, says industry leader
While farmers are facing economic hardship due to the coronavirus shutdown, Western Growers President David Puglia said on Thursday that they are going to need relief while they can't sell their stock.
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China to reclassify dogs as pets, not livestock, in wake of coronavirus
China has drawn up new guidelines to reclassify dogs as pets, rather than livestock, in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak — a move that the Humane Society called a “game-changer” in animal welfare. The pathogen, which has infected more than 1.5 million people worldwide since it emerged in the Asian nation, is widely believed...
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Son Of '60s Radicals Is The New D.A. In San Francisco Facing The Covid-19 Crisis
Chesa Boudin's radical leftist parents were imprisoned when he was a toddler. Now he's working to de-incarcerate inmates in San Francisco — and worrying about his dad, who remains in prison in NY.
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Paris Hilton reflects on her celebrity: ‘I was always ahead of my time’
Paris Hilton is aware she’s one of the most successful celebrities of her generation.
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NYC Council could be working online due to coronavirus, Johnson says
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson said Thursday that he’s seriously considering having the council members conduct business online because of the coronavirus pandemic in order to get a new budget approved by June 30’s deadline. “We are looking into it,” the speaker told WYNC radio after being asked if Council members could vote remotely under...
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Conversational chaos, prayers and hope: My Passover seder on Zoom in the time of coronavirus
Here's what it was like to do a Passover seder over Zoom during the coronavirus pandemic.       
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usatoday.com
The Hilton Foundation donates $10 million towards coronavirus relief efforts
The Hilton family is giving back in a major way.
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foxnews.com
Mike Pence Bans Coronavirus Task Force from CNN Until Network Broadcasts Full Briefings
The office of Vice President Mike Pence will no longer allow members of the White House coronavirus task force to appear on CNN unless the network broadcasts President Donald Trump's daily press briefings in their entirety.
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Dolly Parton sings tribute to Kenny Rogers while self-isolating from the coronavirus
Dolly Parton paid tribute to her friend and fellow country artist Kenny Rogers with a sweet acoustic cover during Wednesday night’s “CMT Giants” memorial concert special. 
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Watch: Melania Trump Demonstrates Importance of Face Masks to Slow Coronavirus Spread
First Lady Melania Trump is stressing the importance of wearing a face mask in public, as well as continued social distancing, to slow the spread of the Chinese coronavirus. 
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breitbart.com
UFC 249 takes another hit as Rose Namajunas pulls out
UFC 249 appears to be happening come hell or high water, but not without continued changes to the card. Former women’s strawweight champion Rose Namajunas is the latest big name to pull out of the April 18 event, with no replacement announced as of yet to fill in for her co-headline bout against Jessica Andrade....
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Apparel company's T-shirt idea accidentally earns over $86G (and counting) for coronavirus relief
One company’s unique interpretation of the popular phrase "Flatten the curve" has unwittingly led to a massive COVID-19 relief fundraiser.
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Indian Muslims Are Being Scapegoated for the Coronavirus
The #CoronaJihad narrative is a knee-jerk reaction for the Hindu nationalist government.
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slate.com
Meet the former NYT reporter who is challenging the coronavirus narrative
As daily life across America is upended by the coronavirus crisis -- with mass business closures plunging the economy into freefall -- one former New York Times reporter is sounding the alarm about what he believes are flawed models dictating the aggressive strategy.
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Georgia hospital workers cheer as first coronavirus patient transferred out of ICU
Doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers at a Georgia hospital lined the halls cheering as the first COVID-19 patient was transferred out of the intensive care unit on Wednesday.
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foxnews.com
Democrats are more surprised than anyone
Now what?
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washingtonpost.com
The Easter Bunny is most definitely coming to town. I'm sure of it
Easter is all about the unexpected, so be ready to roll back the rock and roll with the punches.
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latimes.com
Saudi Arabia Supertankers Sent To U.S. in Advance of Oil Meeting
So far this month, at least seven supertankers carrying a total of 14 million barrels of oil are currently traveling to the U.S. Gulf Coast.
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newsweek.com
You’ve Heard of 5G. Now Meet Wi-Fi 6.
Finally, an upgrade to home Wi-Fi to support all those devices. If only it had arrived before the pandemic.
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washingtonpost.com
This Pandemic Will Turbo-Charge New Technologies. Companies That Don't Adapt Risk Being Left Behind | Opinion
Data analytics, predictive analytics, machine learning have eased transition into lockdown for the early adapters, and will play a much bigger role in the post-pandemic world.
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newsweek.com
Vogue's Anna Wintour on fund to rescue fashion industry
The initiative aims to give "micro loans" to small businesses and designers Wintour calls "the future generation of American fashion."
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cbsnews.com
Column: The Supreme Court played partisan politics in Wisconsin. It could unleash a political apocalypse in November
The court's slapdash intervention didn't serve the Constitution, just the GOP's chances in one election. Sound familiar?
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latimes.com
BBC host slams politicians for saying 'fighters' can survive Covid-19
Emily Maitlis, host of BBC current affairs program Newsnight, criticized UK government officials on Wednesday for their language surrounding the coronavirus.
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edition.cnn.com
The best way to get Americans back to work faster
Implementing selective containment once we get past the first peak of the epidemic would allow a fraction of households to resume normal activity while the rest of the population remains in quarantine, write Arpit Gupta, assistant professor of finance at the NYU Stern School of Business, and David Sraer, associate professor at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business.
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Oil rises 4% as OPEC+ works on output cut deal
Oil prices gained nearly 4% on Thursday, but pulled back from an earlier surge as investors waited for details on negotiations between top producers hammering out an agreement for record supply cuts in response to the global fuel demand collapse due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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reuters.com
Rex Ryan believes Tom Brady is the reason for Patriots success, jabs former QB Geno Smith
Rex Ryan is confident that the New England Patriots’ success over the last 20 seasons was built around quarterback Tom Brady and not head coach Bill Belichick. 
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foxnews.com
More than half of renters say they lost jobs due to coronavirus
The longer some people stay at home, the more difficulty they have making ends meet. “Low-income renters — many of whom work in service industries hit hard by the pandemic shutdown — are at high risk for eviction and homelessness during shelter-in-place measures,” according to a report by Mary Cunningham, a fellow at the Urban...
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nypost.com
'Fortnite' Week 8 Challenge - Block Damage With a Kingsman
Need help figuring out how to find and use a Kingsman umbrella?
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newsweek.com
Released Chicago detainee: Jail in chaos
A detainee who was released from Cook County Jail in Chicago on Monday described conditions inside the facility as "complete chaos" because both inmates and officers struggle to deal with the influx of coronavirus cases inside the jail. (April 9)       
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Congress gridlocked over additional coronavirus aid
Partisan disagreements between Democrats and Republicans mean Congress has been unable to agree on additional aid meant to help small businesses and hospitals amid the coronavirus pandemic. Wall Street Journal reporter Siobhan Hughes joined CBSN with the latest.
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The Brazilian favela resident who saw coronavirus coming
When the coronavirus first emerged, it seemed like a distant threat to Brazil and the country's sprawling and impoverished favelas. But as the virus spreads across the South American nation, one favela resident is taking it upon himself to protect the neighborhood.
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Race and Risk: Dr. Sanjay Gupta's coronavirus podcast for April 9
There have been numerous reports of black Americans dying from Covid-19 in disproportionate numbers. CNN's Chief Medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down the various factors and demographics that may make some people and communities more susceptible.
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ACLU Launches Television Ad Campaign Calling for Release of Elderly and Vulnerable Inmates 'Before It's Too Late'
"Governors, sheriffs, prosecutors, and the president have the power, and responsibility, to save lives," said ACLU Deputy Political Director Udi Ofer.
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newsweek.com
Navy denies there are sailors with coronavirus aboard USS Nimitz
The Navy has disputed claims there are sailors sickened with COVID-19 aboard the USS Nimitz.       
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usatoday.com
USNS Comfort, Javits Center at fraction of capacity during coronavirus crisis
Part of the reason for the lack of patients is that hospitalizations are down, Gov. Cuomo said Wednesday.
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nypost.com
Breaking down President Trump's latest response to coronavirus crisis
The World Health Organization is warning President Donald Trump about politicizing the coronavirus outbreak. The president said earlier this week he'd look into withholding funding from the organization. CBSN political contributor and Associated Press White House reporter Zeke Miller joins Elaine Quijano to discuss the latest.
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cbsnews.com
Dean McDermott slams critics of wife Tori Spelling’s meet-and-greet fee
Dean McDermott angrily slammed those who criticized his wife for charging money for a virtual meet-and-greet. In a lengthy video posted to Instagram, 53-year-old McDermott defended Tori Spelling, saying she was simply trying to earn a living and spread happiness amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. “I find myself having to come to my wife’s defense...
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nypost.com
Trump is terrified that voting in November might be too easy
So he has begun a war on mail voting.
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washingtonpost.com
Senate Democrats block more money for small businesses, demand funds for hospitals
Senate Republicans failed to pass an additional $250 billion the White House want to help small businesses after Democrats objected, seeking more funds for hospitals.
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abcnews.go.com
NBA veteran Pau Gasol all-too-familiar with coronavirus, and yet is hopeful
With his parents both medical workers in Spain, NBA veteran Pau Gasol understands the toll the coronavirus is taking, but he also sees an opportunity.        
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usatoday.com
Woman who accidentally spilled wine all over herself on Instagram becomes viral hit: 'Never related more'
She is all of us.
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foxnews.com