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'It's Madness.' Wisconsin's Election Amid Coronavirus Sparks Anger
Despite the pandemic, the state is forging ahead with its election Tuesday. But many voters, poll workers and local officials are quite upset.
Fed Goes All Out To Keep Economy Alive During Coronavirus Shutdown
The Federal Reserve has moved quickly and creatively to pump money into the rapidly shrinking U.S. economy in hopes of keeping it afloat long enough to outlast the coronavirus pandemic.
Where Social Distancing Is Impossible
Rikers Island was not built to slow a pandemic.
Arizona man arrested for allegedly coughing on gas pump handle
A 23-year-old California man was arrested after he allegedly coughed on a gas pump handle in the Arizona town of Yuma, a report said.
Cheltenham defends decision to proceed with horse race event
Cheltenham Festival organizers have defended their decision to go ahead with the meeting last month after fears were raised that the mass gathering of people for the annual horse racing event helped to spread the coronavirus more widely around Britain.
Google Doodle Says Thank You to Coronavirus Helpers, Honors Public Health Workers and Researchers
Google has launched a new series paying tribute to all the doctors, nurses and health workers at the frontline of the novel coronavirus outbreak, more than 100 of whom have died as a result of COVID-19 while treating patients.
Federal judge tosses fan lawsuit vs. MLB, Astros, Red Sox
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by fantasy sports contestants who claimed they were damaged by sign stealing in Major League Baseball.
Chinese tourist sites packed as country comes out of lockdown, but experts say risk still high
Large numbers of people flocked to popular tourists sites and major cities across China over the country's holiday weekend, despite warnings from health authorities that the risk posed by the coronavirus pandemic remains far from over.
Govt Minister Claims Boris 'Still Very Much In Charge' Despite Hospitalisation
Prime Minister Boris Johnson remained in hospital overnight after his admission for "tests" -- but ministers claim he is still in charge.
Big league vets with minor league deals get up to $50,000
About 370 players who were at big league spring training with minor league contracts will get advance payments of up to $50,000 each from the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Two passengers on the Coral Princess cruise ship died on board. A third died after being transported to the hospital
The Coral Princess cruise ship finally docked in Miami over the weekend after spending nearly a month at sea and by the end of the journey two passengers had died of the coronavirus and another died on the way to the hospital.
Queen Elizabeth II Moved Many to Tears as She Invoked the War Effort in Rousing Coronavirus Address
Queen Elizabeth II addressed her nation as she sought to put her country in World War II survival mode and hoped "those who come after us will say the Britons of this generation were as strong as any."
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Here's the latest for Monday April 6th: Surgeon General warns of week like Pearl Harbor or 9-11; Patients removed from cruise ship; 30 coronavirus cases in California nursing home; Bronx Zoo tiger tests positive for coronavirus.       
McDonald's Workers Go On Strike After Colleague Tests Positive For Coronavirus
Employees at the McDonald's on Crenshaw Boulevard in Los Angeles walked out, saying the company had not provided them with masks or protective equipment to keep them safe.
How public health failed nursing homes
At least hundreds of long-term care centers have infections — but public disclosure is spotty.
Dems find a rallying cry: Trump tanked the economy
Framing a coherent economic argument that all the party’s factions can rally around is proving thorny.
'The Walking Dead' Season 10, Episode 16 Release Date: When Will the Real Season Finale of the AMC Show Air?
Season 10 is over for now, but Episode 16 is coming to bring the AMC series to a proper end later in the year alongside the "World Beyond" spin-off.
China Urges Its Citizens Not to Hoard Rice Amid Mounting Concern Over Global Food Supply
A recent ban on new export sales by Vietnam has sparked concerns over global supplies
Man Coughing on Gas Pump Handle Mentioning Coronavirus Spread Charged With 'Unlawful Use of Infectious Biological Substance'
Suspect from California told Arizona's Yuma Police department he was copying vidoes he had seen online in recent weeks.
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India holds nationwide vigil as pandemic crisis looms
A nationwide candlelight vigil was held across India to show solidarity in the nation's fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. Confirmed cases in Dharavi, a densely-populated slum, have raised concerns about the spread of the virus. CNN's Vedika Sud reports.
After Trump Bans All N95 Mask Exports, Canadians Remind U.S. That They Helped Americans After 9/11
"I’m just so disappointed right now," Ontario Premier Doug Ford said
Trump slams 'complaining' Dem governor at coronavirus briefing as officials brace US for pandemic 'peak'
Indianapolis Colts Owner Donates 10,000 N95 Masks to Healthcare Workers
Jim Irsay had previously donated $1 million to a food bank in Indianapolis and challenged Colts fans to raise $200,000 for children whose parents have been affected by the job losses due to the virus.
Biden: Trump 'awful slow' to use power of office
Former vice president Joe Biden said President Donald Trump had been "awful slow" to use the powers of his office in the fight against the new coronavirus. The Democratic presidential candidate held an online town hall on Sunday. (April 6)
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks jump on virus slowdown hopes, but oil slips on oversupply
Stocks jumped on Monday as investors were encouraged by a slowdown in coronavirus-related deaths and new cases, while oil prices skidded after Saudi-Russian negotiations to cut output were delayed, keeping oversupply concerns alive.
How a pandemic prepares us for exploring and living on Mars
Dealing with a pandemic can also help us prepare for landing on another planet, NASA experts say. It requires a level of care and caution we haven't had to exercise in our daily lives -- until now.
US military medics in NYC, Ellen DeGeneres returns to TV, GM face masks: 5 things to know Monday
US military medical personnel deploy to New York, Ellen DeGeneres and Wendy Williams are returning to TV and more news you need to know Monday.
Boris Johnson remains in hospital due to persistent coronavirus symptoms: report
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson remained at a hospital Monday after being admitted on Sunday night due to high temperatures that doctors said required additional tests.
Gronkowski the 'WWE 24/7 champion': report
Former New England Patriot tight end Rob Gronkowski has added another championship to his collection – albeit not from the NFL – as the 36-year-old was crowned the WWE’s new 24/7 champion, Yahoo Sports reported Sunday.
Asymptomatic coronavirus cases appear to be on the rise in China, report says
Just as China is about to lift travel restrictions in Wuhan—the city considered to be the country’s one-time epicenter of the coronavirus—Beijing has reported an increase in asymptomatic cases there, which raises new concerns about a second wave of infections.
He recovered from the coronavirus and now his plasma donation could save the lives of others
A California man who was diagnosed with the coronavirus and recovered has donated his plasma to help others fighting the potentially deadly virus.
How to beat the coronavirus and return to a new normal
We need to to ramp up and mobilize nationally to fight the coronavirus.       
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Gov. Newsom's California Health Corps to fight coronavirus is unprecedented. Now he needs to produce
It's an effort to build up a reserve army of backup doctors, nurses and other medical care specialists who can be called up to replace frontline providers when they get overwhelmed by surging caseloads or become sick themselves.
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This Singer Can Use Her Entire Vocal Range, From High to Low
Nat Puff is a singer/songwriter with an incredible range. A trans woman, she sings in both her lower and higher registers. Puff, who also goes by the stage name Left at London, makes it sound so easy. But it took this Seattle pop artist two years of training to achieve this level of vocal control. Accessing her full range allows Puff to create beautiful harmonies. But tapping into all her voice can do is about more than music—it’s also about self-acceptance.
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Nursing Homes Shouldn’t Be Death Sentences
A tragedy is unfolding in the world’s nursing homes that’s only partly being accounted for in official data.
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Pink Floyd cover band's impromptu concert broken up, cops say
Police in Rumson, NJ broke up a Pink Floyd cover band’s impromptu concert Saturday night attended by about 30 amid the coronavirus pandemic, a report said Sunday.
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Texas police search for woman they say claimed on social media that she would spread coronavirus
Police in Texas announced on Sunday they are looking for a woman who claimed on Snapchat to have tested positive for COVID-19 and was "willfully spreading it."
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Taliban Warns Afghanistan Peace Deal With U.S. Is Near a Breaking Point
The U.S. and NATO have already begun to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.
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Wisconsin mayors push for primary election postponement amid coronavirus outbreak
Nine mayors from some of Wisconsin’s most influential cities on Sunday called on the state to postpone the primary election scheduled for Tuesday due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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Long Island shooting suspect leads cops on wild, 45-mile car chase into Queens
A Long Island shooting suspect led police on a wild pursuit into Queens Sunday night, law enforcement sources said. The man opened fire on his ex-wife in Holtsville, in Suffolk County, at around 9:30 p.m. before leading police on a roughly 45-mile chase that ended on Cross Island Parkway near the Whitestone Expressway, the sources...
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Massive fire near Florida airport burns more than 3,500 rental cars
FORT MYERS, Fla. — More than 3,500 rental cars were damaged or destroyed in a fire that burned near a Florida airport before being contained late Friday night. The Fort Myers News-Press reports the cars were in a grassy area used as an overflow lot by car rental companies that service Southwest Florida International Airport. The vehicles...
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British PM Johnson still in hospital with persistent coronavirus symptoms
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was still in hospital on Monday after suffering persistent coronavirus symptoms 10 days after testing positive for the virus, though Downing Street said he remained in charge of the government.
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How Jordan Montgomery stays ready for Yankees amid coronavirus uncertainty
Yankees pitcher Jordan Montgomery takes Post readers behind the scenes as he tries to stay prepared for the 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic. As told to Ken Davidoff. Hello from Sumter, S.C., my hometown. I’ve been back here for almost three weeks, but if you had said I’ve been here for three months, I...
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Sylvester Stallone, Pele have a soccer match with Nazis in this 80s movie
During the coronavirus shutdown, each day we will bring you a recommendation from The Post’s Peter Botte for a sports movie, TV show or book that perhaps was before your time or somehow slipped between the cracks of your viewing/reading history. VICTORY (1981) Rated PG Streaming: Amazon Prime In the midst of his eight-chapter string...
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Is it safe to go into supermarkets amid the coronavirus outbreak?
Is it safe to go into supermarkets amid the coronavirus outbreak?​​​​​​
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Patients rush to join studies of remdesivir drug
Coronavirus patients around the world have been rushing to join remdesivir studies that opened in hospitals in the last few weeks. (April 6)       
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Bobby Mitchell, first black player for the Washington Redskins, dies at 84
Mitchell was known for his athleticism on the field and activism off the field.
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