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Pope holds dramatic solitary service for relief from coronavirus

6 minutes ago   |   Al Jazeera

The pontiff urges the world to see the coronavirus pandemic as a test of solidarity and a reminder of basic values.
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'Some people will die, that's life': Bolsonaro dismisses Covid-19 crisis, says deaths in Brazil exaggerated for political purposes

'Some people will die, that's life': Bolsonaro dismisses Covid-19 crisis, says deaths in Brazil exaggerated for political purposes

1 hour ago   |   RT

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has waved off the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, insisting that life goes on. He suggested the death toll in his own country has been...
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How Oregon became NCAA Tournament's original Cinderella

How Oregon became NCAA Tournament's original Cinderella

1 hour ago   |   New York Post

Long before we called it March Madness, they were our first Cinderella, in the first NCAA championship. On March 27, 1939, before integration, before World War II, before John...
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Italy has world's highest coronavirus deaths total, recording 1,000 deaths in just 1 day

4 hours ago   |   ABC

Italy recorded its single biggest rise in deaths, with 969 more victims, to bring its total number of fatalities to 9,134. The country now has 86,498 cases.
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‘We have many friends in the world': Italian FM says no ulterior motive to Russian Covid-19 aid, calls it ‘act of solidarity'

‘We have many friends in the world': Italian FM says no ulterior motive to Russian Covid-19 aid, calls it ‘act of solidarity'

5 hours ago   |   RT

Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio brushed aside suggestions that aid from Moscow to combat the coronavirus pandemic came with hidden intentions, stating his country had...
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U.S. surpasses 100,000 coronavirus cases; world count near 600,000

5 hours ago   |   NY Daily News

The United States now has more than 100,000 confirmed coronavirus cases, most of any country in the world. As of Friday night, there are nearly 600,000 cases across the globe...
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This program trains prisoners in diving

6 hours ago   |   NBC News

At the California Institution for Men in Chino, California, a decades-old rehabilitation program teaches prisoners the basics of commercial deep sea diving. The skills they...
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Nightly News Full Broadcast

6 hours ago   |   NBC News

New York City at the center of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., Mass General taps into emergency supply stockpile as cases surge, and pandemic changes how the world worships.
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‘Killing Eve' launching third season two weeks early

6 hours ago   |   NY Daily News

As the coronavirus crisis continue its devastation across the world, the production and marketing of films and television projects have been suspended, causing many delays and...
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Live coronavirus updates: Grand Princess cruise ship passenger dies in San Francisco Bay Area

7 hours ago   |   ABC

The two weeks of quarantine are up for the Grand Princess cruise ship passengers. As excited as they are, some are feeling nervous about returning to the "real world" amid the...
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Walt Disney World, Disneyland will remain closed until further notice

Walt Disney World, Disneyland will remain closed until further notice

Disney said that hourly employees will continue to be paid through April 18. Read more ...

President Trump signs into law $2 trillion coronavirus bailout

President Trump signs into law $2 trillion coronavirus bailout

WASHINGTON - President Trump on Friday signed into law a historic $2.2 trillion coronavirus rescue package, the largest stimulus deal in United States history, as the pandemic... Read more ...

4 dead on Florida-bound cruise ship with more than 100 sick passengers

4 dead on Florida-bound cruise ship with more than 100 sick passengers

Four passengers on a cruise ship bound for Florida have died, the cruise line said. Read more ...

Civil Rights leader Joseph Lowery dead at 98

Civil Rights leader Joseph Lowery dead at 98

ATLANTA- The Rev. Joseph E. Lowery fought to end segregation, lived to see the election of the country's first black president and echoed the call for “justice to roll down... Read more ...

Do you wear contact lenses? You may want to switch to glasses to help curb...

Do you wear contact lenses? You may want to switch to glasses to help curb the spread of coronavirus

Focus on this, contact lens wearers of the world: To reduce the spread of coronavirus, experts suggest it's time to put your contact lenses on the shelf. Read more ...

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests POSITIVE for Covid-19 infection

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests POSITIVE for Covid-19 infection

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for Covid-19 infection, experiencing mild symptoms. He will self-isolate in Downing Street but will remain in charge of... Read more ...

Coronavirus latest: 1,137 cases in Ohio, 302 in Kentucky, 981 in Indiana

Coronavirus latest: 1,137 cases in Ohio, 302 in Kentucky, 981 in Indiana

The COVID-19 outbreak is continuing to change everyday life for millions of Americans. Leaders across the county, including the Tri-State area, are implementing measures to... Read more ...

House passes historic $2 trillion aid package hoping to curb COVID-19's...

House passes historic $2 trillion aid package hoping to curb COVID-19's economic impact

The legislation now heads to President Donald Trump's desk where he is expected to sign it. Read more ...

'No new patients until release': WATCH staff protest KIDNAPPING of Haiti...

'No new patients until release': WATCH staff protest KIDNAPPING of Haiti hospital chief as Covid-19 takes root in country

The chief surgeon and director at one of Haiti's major hospitals was kidnapped on his way into work, triggering protests from the facility's staff, who have refused to take any... Read more ...

House passes historic $2 trillion aid package hoping to curb COVID-19's...

House passes historic $2 trillion aid package hoping to curb COVID-19's economic impact

The legislation now heads to President Donald Trump's desk where he is expected to sign it. Read more ...