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The Coronavirus Is Behind Him. The Death Threats…

When the coronavirus epidemic exploded, Carl Goldman was aboard the Diamond Princess, which would become a notorious virus location.

'Staggering' Number Tied To The Virus has nothing…

A lot of Americans failed to pay one of their biggest bills this month.

Trump Signs Executive Order To Change How We Use…

White House calls on other nations to join forces to exploit resources beyond our world.

6 Mild COVID-19 Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore

The severity of COVID-19 symptoms can range from very mild to severe. Here are potential symptoms you shouldn't ignore.

Longtime Film Actor Dies Of Coronavirus

A former co-star confirmed the actor's death on social media.

Asian shares mostly higher, lockdown feud drags…

Shares are mostly higher in Asia though Japan's benchmark has fallen as local leaders spar with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government over measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak

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Fossil Leads To Discovery Of Creepy-Looking…

Scientists have discovered a new close relative of the very mysterious Triassic-era reptile group known as the tanystropheids.

Autopsy: Therapist's Wife, Kids Died From…

The wife and three children died from overdoses of Benadryl, but investigators suspect much more.

How to Properly Wear a Face Mask

How to Properly Wear a Face Mask The CDC now advises everyone to wear a face mask in public to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Face masks should fit snugly on the face, secured by ear loops or ties. They should allow for unrestricted breathing. Cloth face masks should be able to be machine washed without damage. People with glasses may have an issue with masks fogging up their eyewear. To solve this, simply place a folded tissue inside the top of your mask. At this time, the CDC is recommending washable cloth masks, as medical-grade masks are in short supply.

Court Drops Rape Charges Against Megachurch Leader

An appeals court ordered the dismissal of a criminal case Tuesday for charges of child rape and human trafficking.

Coronavirus Likely Killed Girl Who Inspired a…

By age 7, Charlotte Figi had inspired a movement and changed the way CBD is used for medicinal purposes. On Tuesday, at age 13, she died—likely as a result of the coronavirus. As the Colorado Sun reports, Charlotte's mom, Paige, had been posting on Facebook for weeks about a...

Toddler Survives COVID-19 After 106 Fever

Amanda May and Ryan Schreiber were in shock when the thermometer's bright red screen read 106.5 degrees.

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CDC Removes Dosage Guidance On Antimalarial Drugs…

​The agency had initially included dosage advice for hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine on its website but had removed it as of Tuesday.

Can Your Pet Contract COVID-19?

After a tiger at the Bronx Zoo tested positive for COVID-19, many have wondered if family pets could pick up the virus.

'First miracle patient' on the road to recovery

On April 8, David Williams was the first patient allowed to return home after being a long-term ventilator patient at a hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas.

How To Build A Girl

Trailer for 'How to Build a Girl' starring Alfie Allen, Emma Thompson, Frank Dillane, Chris O'Dowd, Beanie Feldstein

One Group Will Get Checks Starting Monday…

Millions of Americans are close to receiving stimulus payments, but when exactly? Media reports are trying to break it down. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich) said Wednesday the first group of recipients will include people who receive Social Security and who filed federal tax returns specifying their direct deposit information, USA...

As outbreaks flatten in places, Japan, India see…

Coronavirus infections are spiking in Japan and creating hot spots in India’s congested cities just as the U.S. and some European countries are considering when to start easing restrictions that helped curb their outbreaks

Here's Why Yanking Your Dog's Leash To Correct…

Yanking on a dog’s leash may sound like a good way to correct undesirable behavior, but, according to some experts, it’s actually a bad idea.

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US Food Banks Strained by COVID-19 Crisis

US Food Banks Strained by COVID-19 Crisis Food bank directors are facing a new challenge in the era of COVID-19, causing management to overhaul the way they do business. While dealing with fewer volunteers and less in-person contact, these organizations must figure out how to handle the recent surge in food demands. Food banks and pantries have had to adopt alternative distribution methods in the age of social distancing, such as drive-through delivery. Brian Barks, CEO of Food Bank for the Heartland, normally spends about $73,000 per month buying food to distribute. Last month, as the coronavirus spread across the U.S., Barks reportedly spent $675,000. Grocery stores and markets that might ordinarily have extra food rations are seeing their stock depleted as the pandemic continues to spread around the country. In some cases, workers and volunteers must drive hundreds of miles to other states to get enough food to feed communities in need.

The Coronavirus Is Behind Him. The Death Threats…

When the coronavirus epidemic exploded, Carl and Jeri Goldman were aboard the Diamond Princess —which would become a notorious virus location. A planned 16-day South Asian cruise for the California couple turned into a nightmare, they tell CNN , and one that has persisted long after they got home. KQED reports...