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Coronavirus cases in California prisons multiplied in days and inmates fear further spread
The number of inmates infected with coronavirus in the California prison system grew by more than seven times in a little more than a week, while staff cases nearly tripled, leaving some behind bars fearful that cases will explode even as officials have begun taking steps to slow the spread.
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Global stocks gain on hopes pandemic is reaching peak
Global shares rose on Thursday on hopes the COVID-19 pandemic was nearing a peak and that governments would roll out more stimulus to support their economies, while expectations of a deal to cut oil production bolstered crude prices.
Inmates In Washington State Protest After Fellow Prisoners Test Positive For COVID-19
More than 100 prisoners at Monroe Correctional Complex's minimum-security unit set off fire extinguishers in protest after six fellow inmates were diagnosed with COVID-19 in recent days.
Chinese workers in the US are losing their visas with their jobs. But flying home to China is too expensive
Baking during a pandemic can reduce stress and provide comfort
Jessica Corradini of Verona, Italy, has been baking bread -- mostly sourdough -- for a couple years.
Coronavirus live updates: USNS Mercy crew member tests positive for COVID-19
Worldwide, more than 1.51 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and at least 88,415 of them have died since the virus emerged in China back in December.
Former Texas Rangers Star Josh Hamilton Indicted by Grand Jury on Charge of Beating Teenage Daughter
The former American League MVP faces a third degree felony charge of injury to a child carrying a 2-10 year prison sentence should he be convicted.
Pence vows US will ask WHO 'tough questions' on being 'so wrong' on coronavirus
Prince William and Kate Middleton Hold First Royal Engagment by Video Link at School for Children of Health Workers
Kate Middleton joked Prince William has already eaten the Easter chocolate as they attempted to lift morale in a school for children with parents on the coronavirus frontline.
Scientists say coronavirus won't end with warmer weather while US plans for life under a new normal
With health experts warning that warmer months won't bring an end to coronavirus, officials are developing a framework for what America's new normal could look like.
US agencies started tracking coronavirus in November
US spy agencies were tracking the rise of the novel coronavirus as early as November, weeks before that information was included in President Donald Trump's daily intelligence briefing, a former US military official told CNN. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.
Allergies and coronavirus: What you need to do now to protect your lungs
It's allergy season in the age of coronavirus. Experts say there are things to do now to keep your lungs healthy in case you are exposed to Covid-19.
Australian Police Raid Cruise Ship Linked to 600 Coronavirus Cases and 15 Deaths
The Ruby Princess has become the largest source of coronavirus infections in Australia
Powerball Results, Numbers For 4/8/20: Did Anyone Win the $190 Million Jackpot on Wednesday (Last) Night?
The winners and results from last night's Powerball lottery draw, plus changes to the jackpot amount.
Gordon G. Chang: Trump right to attack WHO on coronavirus – UN agency deserves even harsher criticism
The World Health Organization bears responsibility for helping China spread the coronavirus far beyond China’s borders. What should have been merely a local outbreak that began in China became a worldwide pandemic as a result of the actions of Beijing and the WHO.
Workers at Detroit hospital describe overwhelming conditions
A Detroit hospital has been so overwhelmed by the influx of Covid-19 patients that at least 2 people have died in its emergency room hallways before help can arrive, health care workers there told CNN.
More Than 100 Prisoners Riot And Set Off Fire Extinguishers Over Coronavirus Outbreak at Monroe Correctional Complex
More than 100 inmates at a facility in Washington state created a disturbance over an outbreak of Covid-19 in a low-security wing of the prison. Prisoners began to demonstrate in the recreation yard at Monroe Correctional Complex on April 8, setting off fire extinguishers.
Nursing homes in New Jersey and California reporting clusters of coronavirus cases
Members of the New Jersey National Guard were deployed to two New Jersey nursing homes this week after both facilities reported deaths of residents due to coronavirus.
More Than 80 Percent Support National Stay-at-Home Order Being Issued: Poll
Roughly 74 percent of respondents said they approved of their state governor's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
‘I Don’t Think We Should Ever Shake Hands Again.’ Dr. Fauci Says Coronavirus Should Change Some Behaviors for Good
Dr. Anthony Fauci is America's top infectious disease expert
Ex-Rams Todd Gurley, Clay Matthews: Team owes us money
Former Los Angeles Rams Todd Gurley and Clay Matthews said on Twitter Tuesday the team owes them some back-pay. Gurley, who finalized a deal with the Atlanta Falcons on Monday, tweeted: “@RamsNFL past due. Send me money ASAP.” Veteran linebacker Clay Matthews, retweeted Gurley and added: “You and me both TG!
Long-term social distancing may be traumatic. Here is what to expect and what to do
Passover is here, and Easter and Ramadan are approaching. Occasions that typically bring families together to pray, reflect and celebrate -- fellowship needed, perhaps, now more than ever -- will look different this year as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
'Parasite' Streaming: How to Watch the Oscar-Winning Movie Online
"Parasite" is available to stream now for all the members of the Bong Hive who want to rewatch the Best Picture winner.
Saudi, Russia to lead oil output talks as U.S. resists cut
OPEC and other oil producers led by Russia will discuss their largest ever output cut on Thursday in talks complicated by recent animosity and U.S. resistance to mandating cuts.
California woman arrested for allegedly licking nearly $2G in grocery store items
A Northern California woman was reportedly arrested Tuesday for allegedly licking items in a grocery store and ruining about $1,800 worth of groceries through cross-contamination amid the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. stockpile almost out of medical workers' protection equipment
Federal officials say national reserve's cupboard almost bare of masks, gowns and other supplies desperately needed to protect medical workers treating coronavirus patients.
NASA astronaut, Russian cosmonauts will launch to the space station during a pandemic
Two Russian cosmonauts, Anatoli Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner, and NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy are expected to launch to the International Space Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Thursday morning at 4:05 a.m. ET.
Fact check: Trump offers two dangerous falsehoods in briefing
Over the past few weeks, President Donald Trump's coronavirus briefings have become a daily occurrence at the White House. They've also become regular venues for falsehoods, misleading information, revisionist history and outright lies.
Woman who punched Bronx cop should be freed as an ‘essential’ worker, lawyer says
The woman arrested for slugging a Bronx cop should be let free without bail because she’s delivering medicine to sick people during the coronavirus pandemic, her lawyer said. Brandee Isom, 25, is an “essential worker” who got into a melee during the arrest of a robbery suspect in University Heights, her lawyer argued in court...
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PM Johnson 'getting better' in intensive care as UK extends overdraft
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was getting better on Thursday in intensive care where he is battling COVID-19 as his government extended its overdraft facility and reviewed the most stringent shut down in peacetime history.
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Italy’s Debt Is Less Terrifying Than It Looks
Rome’s borrowings are enormous and need to be fixed eventually, but ECB and EU crisis help might even improve its debt balance this year.
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Inside a Hong Kong isolation center
When CNN producer Tara Mulholland was exposed to the novel coronavirus, authorities in Hong Kong determined she needed to spend two weeks in a government isolation center.
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Coronavirus stimulus checks, unemployment claims, astronauts launch to ISS: 5 things to know Thursday
Americans could receive coronavirus stimulus checks, economists anxiously await jobless claims figure, and more things to start your Thursday.
The nurses risking it all on the frontline of Britain's coronavirus outbreak
It gets really, really hot inside the protective gear Sean White has to wear most of the time. His skin is sore from the tight-fitting face mask and two pairs of gloves worn almost non-stop for 12 hours at a time.
Rockets hit U.S. air base in Afghanistan; no casualties
Five rockets hit a U.S. air base in Afghanistan on Thursday, but there were no casualties, two senior security officials said, and no militant group immediately claimed responsibility.
Cardinal Pell's acquittal stirs abuse survivor memories in Ballarat hometown
A thick line of black tape obscures Cardinal George Pell's name on a board lauding ordained alumni of St Patrick's College in the Australian town of Ballarat as coloured ribbons flutter on doors and mailboxes.
Australian police seize black box from cruise ship linked to coronavirus outbreak
Australian police boarded the Ruby Princess cruise ship Wednesday night to gather evidence for an investigation into how thousands of passengers were allowed to disembark in Sydney last month resulting in a spike of coronavirus cases.
With coronavirus on their minds, California voters probably aren't in the mood to raise taxes
The coronavirus pandemic and the state of the economy would seem to doom any November ballot proposition that seeks to raise taxes — or squeeze money out of anybody.
Trump’s IG firings: How ‘loyal’ should investigators be?
President Trump is in a firing mood these days, and that is rekindling the same debate over politics and corruption as unfolded back in 1981.
Afraid of Zoombombing? Try Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, WebEx for virtual classes
Companies have ditched pricing for EDU during COVID-19 crisis. Google Hangouts Meet most complicated; WebEx most like Zoom, but with better security
#StayHomeFilmChallenge: What Story Could You Tell In 60 Seconds?
Hello all you filmmakers, animators, illustrators, camera-phone owners—we want to put your creative chops to the test. The goal: make a short 60 second film, in ANY genre, from the safety and comfort of your home. You can use a cell phone or a professional camera, it can be a stop motion piece, a live-action comedy, an animated short, a horror film—wherever your imagination takes you! You do NOT have to be a filmmaker by trade to get in on this fun. We want to see everyone’s creativity using the hashtag #StayHomeFilmChallenge. Tag us in all your masterpieces @greatbigstory on Instagram, and use the hashtag #StayHomeFilmChallenge. We’ll post some of our favorites on Instagram and Facebook (and maybe even YouTube). Be as creative as possible. Happy filmmaking!!
Thomas Modly’s trip to USS Theodore Roosevelt cost taxpayers $243G: report
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly’s trip to the coronavirus-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt last weekend cost him his job, a two-week quarantine — and the American taxpayer a reported $243,000.
Fauci on US after coronavirus: No shaking hands ‘ever again’
Americans would be smart to carry some lessons with them into the future after the nation’s coronavirus crisis is over, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
CDC eases some return-to-work guidelines for essential workers
In a first, small step toward reopening the country, the agency revised guidelines on when essential workers who've been exposed to COVID-19 can get back to work.
Coronavirus: Stephen King is sorry people feel 'like we're living in a Stephen King story'
Author Stephen King says he believes a pandemic like the coronavirus was "bound to happen" eventually.
NFL Draft 2020: When Jets could make a run at a cornerback
The Jets’ needs on offense — namely offensive line and wide receiver — have gotten most of the attention in the lead-up to the draft, but cornerback is just as big of a hole. The Jets cut both of their Week 1 starting cornerbacks last month when they said goodbye to Trumaine Johnson and Darryl...
Coronavirus fallout prodding firms to cut new hiring: BOJ official
The coronavirus pandemic is prodding some companies in western Japan to hold off on new hiring and curb non-essential capital expenditure, a senior central bank official said on Thursday.