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Maduro’s boasting ‘narconephews’ helped nail him on drug traffic charge
In the end it was the boast about Nicolas Maduro’s private airport hangar that would seal their fate. At a secret meeting in Honduras, novice drug dealers Efrain Campo, 29, and his cousin Franqui Flores, 30, bragged to a Mexican cartel chief about their influence with their uncle, the president of Venezuela. It was the...
Biden, Sanders Demand 3-Month Freeze on Rent Payments, Eviction of Tenants Across U.S.
Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders joined state lawmakers in New York and California in freezing and forgiving rent payments, as millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet under coronavirus lockdown.
Former Angels standout Jim Edmonds hospitalized and undergoing COVID-19 tests
Former Angels and Cardinals standout Jim Edmonds announces on social media he's in the hospital and undergoing testing for the coronavirus.
Washington ER doctor loses job after criticizing hospital's coronavirus response
A Washington state emergency room doctor has been fired after going on Facebook and TV to publicly accuse the hospital where he worked of a slow response to the coronavirus that exposed staff to danger.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are finally back in the United States
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson returned to the United States after going into self-quarantine in Australia.
Michael Jordan’s 55-point game still transcends Knicks-Bulls rivalry
He spent so many days and nights tormenting the Knicks. He spent so many springs hijacking the championship aspirations of New York City with his brilliance. Michael Jordan faced the Knicks five times in the playoffs. He went 5-for-5, all of them excruciating affairs. Jordan may have been universally beloved everywhere else. In New York...
UN donates 250,000 masks to New York to help with coronavirus crisis
The United Nations announced Saturday that it is donating 250,000 protective face masks to New York as part of the effort to stem the coronavirus crisis.
Apple's New Tool Let's You Screen Yourself For COVID-19
A new COVID-19 website and app allow users to screen themselves for coronavirus symptoms and receive recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on what to do next.
'Grey's Anatomy' Season 16 to end early amid coronavirus pandemic
The current season of "Grey's Anatomy" is ending early. ABC announced on Friday that it does not plan to resume production of Season 16 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
David Geffen flaunts riches while under quarantine on luxe yacht
Billionaire David Geffen has been slammed for flaunting a photo of his time in quarantine -- from aboard his multi-million dollar yacht.
Trump quarantine of New York would accomplish little, experts say
Trump’s proposal would be even more draconian, and effectively prohibit travel from New York, New Jersey or Connecticut to other states.
Actress Lori Petty: Republicans Are a 'Death Squad' for Supporting 'Murderer' Trump
Actress Lori Petty has declared that the Republican lawmakers have become a "death squad" over their continued support for President Donald Trump and his response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Powerball Drawing For 03/28/20: Saturday Jackpot is $160 Million
The Powerball jackpot for 03/28/20 is $160 million, with a cash option of $122.4 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Saturday.
Politicians Remember Former Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn, Who Died at 72
Coburn was a family physician who served in the Senate from 2005 to 2015.
US gold medalist Missy Franklin: Tokyo Olympics hopefuls will 'follow their dreams' next year
Five-time Olympic gold medal swimmer Missy Franklin said Saturday that the Olympic community is united in understanding and concern for the public after the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics were postponed until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Avalanche announce second positive coronavirus test; NHL player cases up to four
The Colorado Avalanche said Saturday that a second unidentified player on the team tested positive for COVID-19 and is in self-isolation.
Dodgers snapshot: Nomomania grips L.A. and Japan when Hideo Nomo dominates in 1995
The Dodgers' Hideo Nomo, with a quirky windup and devastating forkball, pioneered Japanese players coming to the U.S. by quickly becoming an All-Star.
The South Needs to Get Its Act Together If It Wants to Save Football Season
The clock is running down and no one is showing the level of discipline that it will take to win.
Trump sees off Navy’s hospital ship to NYC amid coronavirus crisis
"This ship is a 70,000-ton message of hope and solidarity to the incredible people of New York, a place I  know very well, a place I love," he said at a small, socially-distant gathering of about a dozen military officials at Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia.
Condom shortage looms as coronavirus shuts down production
It’s time to take matters into your own hands. A week after New York City sent out a health announcement asking citizens to masturbate and avoid “rim jobs” during social isolation for the coronavirus, another crisis has hit our sexy times. According to the Guardian, a global shortage of condoms is looming after the coronavirus...
Former MLB All-Star Jim Edmonds hospitalized, being tested for coronavirus
St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famer Jim Edmonds said in an Instagram post Saturday that he is hospitalized and is being tested for coronavirus.
Italy's coronavirus death toll passes 10,000; doubles in one week
Italy’s coronavirus fatalities have crossed 10,000, according to officials -- more than double the number of deaths reported just one week ago.
Alvin Ailey to stream full-length performances online
Dance company Alvin Ailey is moving online.
Sen. Amy Klocbuchar on husband's Covid-19 battle
Sen. Amy Klobuchar tells CNN's Dana Bash that her husband has "finally turned the corner" and is recovering back home after being diagnosed and hospitalized with Covid-19.
Rapper Future is donating face masks to hospital workers and patients to combat the shortage
Cue the flutes. Future, the rapper behind the hit "Mask Off," is partnering with Atlanta Sewing Style to provide face masks to hospital workers and patients in a campaign appropriately called "Mask On."
'Scared for my family': Revealing moments from Jon Jones arrest video you might've missed
Jon Jones' mental health comes to light after viewing police bodycam footage of his latest arrest.        Related StoriesAll-time UFC women's champions, rankedIf you'd like to wager on Jon Jones' future, these prop bets are for youMagomed Ankalaev's UFC 249 rematch with Ion Cutelaba in limbo after Russia travel ban
Fantasy baseball: What to do without Mets’ Noah Syndergaard
Thursday was supposed to be the first day we heard the crack of the bat and umpires screaming “Strike three” after the emphatic pop of the catchers’ glove. It was supposed to be the day we heard the roar of the crowd, cheering for the home team on Opening Day. Instead, there was silence. Thursday...
Spain tightens lockdown as coronavirus death toll spikes
Only essential workplaces to remain open, PM Sánchez says.
Hollywood hotspot Craig’s is sweetly easing coronavirus fears
As restaurants struggle to stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis, Hollywood hotspot Craig’s has seen one unusual bright spot.
Your RV could help families of health care workers on the front lines against coronavirus
The idea is simple: Provide a cheap way for medical personnel to remain near their families without risking infecting them.
Three new species of flying dinosaurs discovered in Morocco
Apparently there were even more dinosaurs flying the fearsome skies. “Scientists have discovered three new species of flying reptiles that lived in the Sahara 100 [million] years ago,” according to the Guardian. The winged, fish-eating reptiles, called pterosaurs, inhabited prehistoric Morocco — back when the desert was an ocean. The discovery was made by David...
NFL player-turned-doctor Myron Rolle on ‘hectic’ coronavirus frontline
Myron Rolle has gone from the secondary at Florida State to the front lines at Massachusetts General Hospital. The former Rhodes Scholar and Tennessee Titans safety is now a doctor and third-year neurosurgery resident in Boston helping in the fight against the coronavirus. “I went down to the emergency department, and as I was walking...
Coronavirus Tales: How de Blasio’s sign language interpreter conveys mayor’s ‘disgust’
Most every day now, New Yorkers see Jonathan Lambert on TV — the 43-year-old, who lives in FiDi, is the certified deaf interpreter for Mayor de Blasio’s press briefings. I’ve worked with the mayor through major events and emergency situations — Ebola, snowstorms — before, but this is really high stakes. I remember with Ebola,...
Dem Sen. Peters: We Need to Make Sure Hospitals Have More Equipment and Supplies
During Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) touted the coronavirus relief bill, but stated it won’t be the last piece of legislation on coronavirus Congress will need to pass, and they must make sure hospitals “have more resources, supplies,
Bad Bunny serves fierce drag looks and powerful message in new 'Yo Perreo Sola' music video
Bad Bunny dressed in drag for his new music video for "Yo Perreo Sola," which he dropped March 27. The song has a message about women's empowerment.       
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Coronavirus Tales: Pharmacist gives out meds — and toilet paper — for free
Omar Abouelnas, 26, lives in Sheepshead Bay and owns True Care Pharmacy in Boerum Hill — where they are giving out free medication and supplies to those in need. Seeing people terrified is upsetting, and I thought, “what can we do to help the community?” So we are giving away generic medicine to people who...
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Mass streaming a success for St. Patrick’s Cathedral
All they needed to do to boost Mass attendance was to close the church doors. With Masses suspended until further notice due to coronavirus, Catholic churches across the state are suddenly taking the electronic highway to heaven — streaming and broadcasting services live so parishioners can follow at home. Church officials say electronic attendance is...
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Trump mulls quarantine for New York, parts of New Jersey and Connecticut
President Donald Trump said on Saturday he is considering a two-week quarantine on New York and parts of New Jersey and Connecticut in a bid to halt the spread of the coronavirus from the country's epicenter, but he added that such a move would not affect trade in any way.
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'Madden NFL Invitational' featuring Michael Vick and current, former players will provide coronavirus relief
Fox Sports will air a charity Madden NFL 20 tournament with Michael Vick, Matt Leinart and others for coronavirus relief at 7 p.m. Sunday.        
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Cuomo says he did not speak to Trump about a quarantine for New York
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How a chicken coop is helping four NHL players stay connected amid coronavirus shutdown
NHL players Logan Couture, Marc-Andre Fleury, Anze Kopitar and Ryan Getzlaf find plenty of time to show off on video chat amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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French cops bust underground mask-sellers amid coronavirus shortage
Paris police are rooting out shady businesses illegally selling medical masks in the French capital, as officials scour the globe for more supplies to fight coronavirus. Authorities arrested a man last week after discovering 23,000 protective face shields in a truck in a chic neighborhood in western Paris. The man — who had a stack...
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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson return to Los Angeles after coronavirus diagnoses: reports
Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson were spotted back in Los Angeles after being diagnosed and treated for coronavirus in Australia.        
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Democrats fret as Joe Biden becomes ‘irrelevant’ in coronavirus crisis
Just days after his commanding primary victories in Florida, Arizona and Illinois, the coronavirus has turned former Vice President Joe Biden into a virtual prisoner of his Delaware home, where he’s reduced to sniping at President Trump from the family rec room. “He’s making himself irrelevant,” Saikat Chakrabarti, a former chief of staff to Queens...
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EPA cites COVID-19 as reason to suspend regulation of polluters
"The administration should be giving its all toward making our country healthier right now. Instead, it is taking advantage of an unprecedented public health crisis," said former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy.
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Experts say face masks can help slow COVID-19, despite previous claims
To mask or not to mask, that is the question. But scientists now think you may want to put a face mask on it after all — if you have one. Their advice is laid out in a new report in Science Magazine. People in Asian countries have been wearing masks for months, which the head...
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A 3rd NYPD member dies of coronavirus after hundreds of officers test positive
At least 512 members of the New York Police Deparment have tested positive for coronavirus, a senior NYPD official said.
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What the coronavirus bailout means for Hollywood workers
Entertainment unions applaud the U.S. government coronavirus bailout, saying it will provide much needed relief to workers. Here's what you need to know.
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