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Up to 150 Members of the Saudi Royal Family Infected With Coronavirus: Report
There have now been 2,932 confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases in the kingdom, with 41 deaths and 631 recoveries.
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newsweek.com
86-year-old who broke social distancing space in ER and grabbed IV pole died after being shoved, NYT reports
An 86-year-old woman with dementia who broke coronavirus social distancing guidelines and grabbed onto another patient's IV pole in the emergency room was shoved, fell to the floor and later died of her injuries, the New York Times reported.
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Victim's Mother Calls For Immediate Release of 'Innocent' Pennsylvania Death Row Inmate with Coronavirus Symptoms
Walter Ogrod has spent nearly 28 years behind bars for the 1988 slaying of Barbara Jean Horn, but her mother says she believes he is innocent and should be released immediately.
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newsweek.com
Want a full-body home workout to help you exercise while social distancing? Start with boxing.
All it takes is 40 minutes for a home workout, and you'll be burning more than 400 calories, dripping sweat and channeling your inner Muhammad Ali.       
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Steph Curry made a morale-boosting call to coronavirus nurses
Steph Curry raised the spirits of a group of coronavirus nurses in Oakland, California, when he surprised them with a FaceTime call Tuesday.
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Princess Diana's Bahamas vacation home is up for sale
Here's a home we wouldn't mind isolating in: a Bahamas beach house with a pool, five bedrooms, a terrace and 180 feet of private white-sand frontage.
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US stocks are quiet after a big Wednesday: April 9, 2020
Investors continue to worry about the coronavirus pandemic's impact on the economy. Here's what's moving markets today.
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Crisis Helpline Sees Surge In Messages From Healthcare Workers Worried About Safety Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
1 in 5 texters who have contacted Crisis Help Line have expressed anxiety about the COVID-19 outbreak.
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'Modern Family' Streaming: When Will the Final Season and the Rest of the Show Be Available to Watch Online?
"Modern Family" has now aired its series finale on ABC, meaning Season 11 will soon be streaming ready for fans to watch it online—though it could be some time before the rest of the show streams.
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PM Johnson 'getting better' in intensive care
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was getting better on Thursday in intensive care where he is battling COVID-19 as his government extended its bank overdraft facility and reviewed the most stringent shutdown in peacetime history.
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Princess Diana's Bahamas vacation home is up for sale
Princess Diana and sons William and Harry stayed at the five-bed Casuarina Beach property in the Bahamas in 1993. Now it's on the market for $12.5 million.
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Coronavirus killed a mother and her three sons, devastating their surviving relatives
For families like the Franklins, who lost so much so quickly, social distancing restrictions did not come soon enough.
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With tennis tournaments halted, lower ranked players plea for financial help
Suspension of schedule shows the vast gap between the sport's haves and have-nots.
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washingtonpost.com
From bats to people to tigers? Viruses that can jump species
Jonathan Epstein, an expert on animals and disease, says we have much more to learn about how animals such as bats can transmit viruses to humans and about how they can be spread from there to other animals
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From bats to people to tigers? Viruses that can jump species
The discovery that a tiger at the Bronx Zoo tested positive for the coronavirus has raised new questions about viruses that can jump from animals to humans to animals.
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Maundy Thursday -- explained
Today is Maundy Thursday. In the Bible, this is the day when the Last Supper takes place, and it marks the moment that Jesus established the sacrament of the Eucharist, which is now part of every mass.
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Bill Murray says John Prine's music once pulled him from a deep depression
Bill Murray said Wednesday that late singer and songwriter John Prine’s music once helped him through a severe bout of depression after a breakup. 
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The Italian Doctor Flattening the Curve by Treating COVID-19 Patients in Their Homes
Over the last month Giovanni Sartori has lost his sense of time. He doesn’t remember exactly when his younger brother, a strong and healthy 53-year-old with whom he lived, began to have a high fever and breathing problems. But he knows that after about a week in that condition, taking the paracetamol prescribed by his…
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Charming, chaotic scenes of family life in small-town America blend reality with fiction
In Julie Blackmon's photographs, her quiet neighborhood in Springfield, Missouri, is transformed into a theatrical stage where children reign.
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Charming, chaotic scenes of family life in small-town America
In Julie Blackmon's photographs, her quiet neighborhood in Springfield, Missouri, is transformed into a theatrical stage where children reign. They gather poolside in the balmy summer; direct talent shows in the garage; and prepare to take flight off of kitchen chairs, leaving toys and household ephemera strewn about. Adults, when they do appear, are often cropped out of frame, obscured like the unintelligible grownups of Charlie Brown's world.
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5 things to know for April 9: Election 2020, coronavirus, WHO, Syria
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
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Lakers' Rob Pelinka 'heartbroken' Kobe Bryant can't receive Hall of Fame honor in person
The death of Kobe Bryant weighs on Lakers GM Rob Pelinka, who wishes his friend was still around to celebrate his induction into the Hall of Fame.       
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Bulls poised to hire Arturas Karnisovas to lead front office
Karnisovas will leave the Denver Nuggets to oversee a rebuilding effort in Chicago.
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Australian police raid cruise ship linked to 600 coronavirus cases, 15 deaths
Police wearing protective gear boarded a cruise ship to seize evidence and question crew members of the vessel linked to hundreds of coronavirus infections and 15 deaths across Australia.
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Easter Sunday streaming guide: Kanye West with Joel Osteen, Andrea Bocelli, and more
Celebrate Easter from quarantine with these livestreamed events, including Andrea Bocelli's Milan concert and Joel Osteen's star-studded service.       
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Premier League stars launch initiative to help NHS amid coronavirus crisis
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Premier League stars launch initiative to help NHS amid coronavirus crisis
English Premier League soccer players have launched a collective initiative to generate and distribute funds to the British National Health Service during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Australia's Health Authority Warns Against Use of Hydroxychloroquine To Treat COVID-19
The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee said experimental use of medications such as hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus prevention and treatment was not recommended.
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CERN Creating 'Stripped-down' Ventilator for COVID-19 Patients That Can Run on Batteries and Could Be Tested in Weeks
"We want to deploy our resources and competences to contribute to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic," CERN Director-General Fabiola Gianotti said.
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Democrats seek hazard pay for health workers amid pandemic
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said a so-called Heroes Fund could compensate nurses, EMTs and other workers for unanticipated risks.
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politico.com
Op-Ed: As a doctor and a family man, I'm bracing for the possibility my worlds will collide during the pandemic
A doctor leaves the calm of home to work in the charged atmosphere of the hospital where sober conversations abound about the possibility of being overrun with COVID-19 cases.
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latimes.com
Why stores could start taking customers' temperatures
Stores are scrambling to protect their workers from coronavirus.
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Rosneft believes OPEC+ output cut of 10 mln bpd would rebalance markets - RenCap
Rosneft believes a cut in oil production of 10 million barrels per day (bpd) by OPEC+ would be sufficient to rebalance oil markets, Renaissance Capital (RenCap) said late on Wednesday following a call with the Russian energy giant.
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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. Ciara Lee reports
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Drake’s mansion could be what destroys us
Drake’s Toronto mansion looks like a casino and cruise had a baby together but Ian really likes it. Tom Brady reveals that Gisele Bündchen ‘wasn’t satisfied’ with the couple’s marriage. And Naomi Watts’ quarantine freakout has us thinking about what else could go wrong. Here’s a closer look at today’s stories: Inside Drake’s extravagant modern...
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Pope says coronavirus could be ‘nature’s response’ to climate change
Pope Francis likened the coronavirus pandemic to recent fires and floods as one of “nature’s responses” to the world’s ambivalence to climate change.
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John Prine's surprise gift
Writer Michael R. Branch pays tribute to John Prine's music, which brought Branch's family closer together, and Prine's kindness -- along with that of his wife, Fiona -- which gave Branch's young daughter a moment she'll always remember.
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Op-Ed: Trump's coronavirus failures? Thank Ronald Reagan
Conservative skepticism toward both science and government intervention has shifted from an ideology to a pathology.
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latimes.com
Democrats tread carefully in attacking Trump on coronavirus
For weeks, President Donald Trump has dominated television coverage with daily White House briefings on the coronavirus pandemic, declaring himself a "wartime president" and touting his administration's response.
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reuters.com
'This is brutal': Lawmakers in hard-hit areas try to deliver during pandemic
On April 4, Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York heard that the Suffolk County stockpile of masks, gowns, face shields and body bags was empty.
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Amid rush for ventilators, doctors warn of shortage of crucial drugs
"Without having these drugs, it's like having a bunch of cars with no gas," said Dan Kistner, group senior vice president of pharmacy solutions for Vizient.
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Senate to attempt to approve funding boost for small business aid program
Senate Republicans on Thursday will try to approve an increase in funding for a small business loan program set up to deliver relief amid the coronavirus crisis, but Democrats are likely to object if their demands for additional funding for hospitals and state and local governments are not met.
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Texas Man Arrested by FBI After Claiming He Paid Someone to Spread Coronavirus at Grocery Stores
Christopher Charles Perez, of San Antonio, was detained by the FBI this week and charged with one count of false information and hoaxes related to weapons of mass destruction.
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newsweek.com
Democratic senators urge Trump administration to halt environmental rollbacks during pandemic
Senate Democrats are urging the Trump administration to pause non-critical work like overhauling environmental policies during the coronavirus pandemic.
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MSNBC host tweets ‘cynical’ Trump ‘victory lap’ coronavirus theory he can’t ‘accept’
MSNBC host Chris Hayes shared what he described as a “cynical interpretation” of a comment President Trump made regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
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foxnews.com
A nation changed by coronavirus
Photojournalists document our changed country as people adapt to a new normal in this time of COVID-19.        
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usatoday.com
As ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’ returns, let’s remember one of the most iconic scenes in game show history
First-ever "Who Wants to Be A Millionaire" winner John Carpenter says that even 20 years later, he's still not sure how he came up with his epic line.
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washingtonpost.com
Brazil's president called COVID-19 'a little flu.' Now his supporters are rebelling
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has dismissed COVID-19 as "a little flu," is losing support from longtime allies.
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latimes.com