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Longtime Actress Dies From Complications Related…

The actress was best known for voice-over work on "The Yogi Bear Show," as well as live-action TV appearances on "Dragnet" and "Leave It to Beaver."

FDA Demands Popular Medication Be Pulled From…

A deadly side effect has prompted the FDA to demand companies pull all forms of the drug from the market as soon as possible.

Doctor, Husband Murdered At University's Arboretum

The University of Wisconsin, Madison's police force has opened what it says is its first murder case in "a very long time."

President Trump Has A New Favorite Network

Fox apparently isn't enough. Amid coronavirus crisis, the president is reportedly leaning on a new media friend.

Marvel remakes release calendar; 'Mulan' moves to…

The Walt Disney Co. has overhauled its release schedule, moving the dates of half a dozen Marvel movies

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These Sumo Oranges Are Taking Over Supermarkets

Sumo oranges are taking over supermarkets.

What You Need To Do To Get Your Government…

The IRS and the Treasury Department say Americans will start receiving their economic impact checks within the next few weeks.

Amazon Blocks Sale of N95 Masks to Public

Amazon Blocks Sale of N95 Masks to Public The company established a new section of its website where U.S.-accredited hospitals or state or federal agencies can apply for supplies. N95 masks, surgical masks, facial shields, surgical gowns, surgical gloves and large-volume sanitizers are among the restricted items. The decision comes as hospitals and government organizations have struggled to procure medical supplies amid the COVID-19 pandemic. A spokesperson for the tech giant added that the general public’s access to COVID-19 diagnostic kits will also be restricted. Amazon also noted that it will not make a profit from the orders.

As Virus Sweeps Through UK, a Rare Move From Queen

The British prime minister came down with COVID-19 ; so did Prince Charles . Now, the latter's mum will take to the mic Sunday to address the coronavirus that's already infected more than 38,000 in the United Kingdom as of Friday, with just over 3,600 deaths. The BBC reports that...

Facebook Plans To Hire 10,000 New Workers By The…

COO Sheryl Sandberg made the announcement to CNBC on Thursday.

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Winter just won't go away! Looks pretty though...

As much as this winter wonderland looks stunning, this video was shot in Cascade, Colorado, on April 3. People may be looking forward to spring now.

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Trailer for 'L.A. Originals' starring Mister Cartoon, Estevan Oriol

As Virus Cases Rise, So Does Snitching

Time calls it "a snitching epidemic." Slate calls it "when petty neighbors become the social distancing police." Others think it's precisely what is needed. As the coronavirus pandemic ravages the globe, neighbors are increasingly tattling on neighbors or local businesses violating social distancing rules. The AP rounds up a number...

In pivot, Pelosi sees next relief bill with…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the next coronavirus aid bill should build on the bipartisan relief bills that Congress has passed so far, rather than include broader Democratic agenda items such as infrastructure

Firefighters Rescue Nervous Cat Stuck On Roof

A kitten recently started her day alone, frightened, and stranded on a roof and ended it with a fabulous new human to call her own and a fun-filled life on a farm.

5 Everyday Objects to Avoid Touching as…

5 Everyday Objects to Avoid Touching as Coronavirus Spreads Although coronavirus mainly spreads via respiratory droplets, it is possible to catch the virus by touching contaminated surfaces. You should be wary when interacting with these 5 highly-touched surfaces. 1. Cellphones 2. Keys 3. ATMs 4. Money 5. Door handles

WeWork Founder Now an 'Ex-Billionaire'

SoftBank's cold feet apparently became frozen. WeWork's largest investor announced Thursday that it was backing out of a deal to buy $3 billion in shares of the communal office-space startup, including some $970 million worth from founder and former CEO Adam Neumann. SoftBank said it was "fully committed to the...

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Coronavirus Has Changed U.S. Vehicle Emissions…

Vehicle emissions are down thanks to coronavirus lockdown orders. Experts expect "substantial" benefits for health, for as long as they stay low.