Jews prep for Passover: Smaller but no less vital during coronavirus pandemic
Jews are finding ways to honor the holiday amid a coronavirus outbreak that feels like a real-life plague.
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Coronavirus updates: Gov. Newsom provides update on state response to COVID-19 - LIVE
Watch live events here for updates on the coronavirus pandemic and how it affects Southern California.
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Coronavirus US: New York hospital worker, mother of twins, dies from COVID-19
Prea Nankieshore worked in the emergency department at a New York hospital helping to register patients.
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The affordable home exercise equipment you need for a stronger body
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Wanted urgently: People who know a half century-old computer language so states can process unemployment claims
On top of ventilators, face masks and health care workers, you can now add COBOL programmers to the list of what several states urgently need as they battle the coronavirus...
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COVID-19 UPDATE: Gov. Newsom gives California briefing
Gov. Gavin Newsom will soon give an update on the state's continued effort to battle the coronavirus outbreak.
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New Trump campaign ad compares Sanders to Biden after Sanders ends 2020 bid
Less than two hours after Sen. Bernie Sanders announced he was suspending his presidential campaign, President Trump's campaign debuted a digital ad closely comparing him to...
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Pennsylvania facing up to $4 billion budget shortfall as COVID-19 shutdown upends state budget
Approximately one-fifth of all workers in the state have been laid off, according to a new report by the state's Independent Fiscal Office.
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UK turns to private sector to boost virus testing capacity
A group of private pharmaceutical companies and Cambridge University will produce 30,000 tests a day, said officials.
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Argentina's Friendships Could Jeopardize Its Debt Relief
Facing a coronavirus-aggravated economic downturn, Argentine President Alberto Fernández is walking a foreign-policy tightrope between Bolivia, Venezuela, and the United States.
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LIVE: Bernie Sanders suspends his presidential campaign
Sanders made the announcement in a call with his campaign staff, his campaign said.
Bernie Sanders drops out of 2020 presidential race
Sen. Bernie Sanders dropped out of the Democratic primary race on Wednesday, paving the way for Joe Biden to be officially declared the party's nominee.
GM Will Build 30,000 Ventilators For U.S. Government
The ventilators will be delivered to the national stockpile by August. The contract, worth nearly $500 million, is the first ventilator order placed using the Defense...
Teen student pilot flies medical supplies to hospitals amid pandemic
A 16-year-old student pilot has turned his love of flying into an opportunity to help deliver vital medical supplies to rural hospitals amid the coronavirus pandemic, according...
JetBlue consolidating service at several major airports to reduce 'excess...
JetBlue announced Wednesday that it will temporarily consolidate operations in five major metropolitan areas for eight weeks.
22-year-old man who recently became a father dies after battle with coronavirus
One of the latest victims of the coronavirus was a 22-year-old Oklahoma man who had made multiple trips to area medical facilities before he was tested.
Tyler Perry leaves $21K in tips for Altanta servers who are out of work
There were 42 workers who each got a $500 tip from him at an Atlanta restaurant.
Group of engineers turn old breast pumps into ventilators amid shortage
Right now, they're using donated pumps. The process is quick and cheap at $250 per unit.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard launched a virtual camp for kids. Now they are...
From story time to crafting lessons to singalongs, Camp Hello Bello - which is free - offers a variety of activities during the week.
30 more COVID-19 deaths in Indiana, death toll rises to 203
Thirty more Indiana residents have died from COVID-19, pushing the state's death toll during the pandemic past 200 as its confirmed coronavirus cases neared 6,000, state health...