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Dr. Fauci Raises New Concerns Over Asymptomatic…

Last week, the CDC chief told NPR that as many as 25% of people infected with coronavirus may not show any symptoms. Turns out, it could be much worse.

Longtime Singer Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Another prominent celebrity has been hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19.

Rising Hollywood Star Dies Suddenly At Age 16

The tragedy was confirmed on social media by many of the young actor's co-stars.

Tips For Making Your Own COVID-19 Face Mask

New guidelines may force many people into making their own face masks. Here are some important tips.

Supreme Court declines H. Rap Brown case

The Supreme Court is declining to take the case of a 1960s black militant formerly known as H

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This Frozen Lake In Russia May Be Hiding An…

This frozen lake may be hiding a crater.

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Remembering Maya Angelou (Saturday, April 4th)

Remembering Maya Angelou Marguerite Annie Johnson was born on April 4, 1928, and died on May 28, 2014. Here are five facts in honor of the poet. 1. Angelou was the second poet in history to read a poem at a presidential inauguration. 2. She worked with both Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. 3. She was named Wake Forest University's first Reynolds Professor of American Studies in 1982. 4. Angelou was the first black woman to conduct a streetcar in San Francisco. 5. Prior to becoming a poet, she was in an opera, ‘Porgy and Bess,’ and a journalist. Happy Birthday, Maya Angelou!

Dow Poised for Big Jump at the Opening Bell

Investors are looking bullish as the new week begins, though the Wall Street Journal is reminding all that "volatility" remains the key word to remember. Based on futures trading, the Dow is poised to jump about 800 points at the opening bell, reports CNBC . Stocks in Europe and Asia also...

Could Trump Delay Or Cancel The Presidential…

If the coronavirus lockdown remains in place in November, could the presidential election be suspended? According to political experts interviewed by Gizmodo, probably not. Here's what they had to say about voting in a time of coronavirus. Amy Dacey, Executive Director of the Sine Institute of Policy & Politics at American University, explained that a U.S. President cannot change the federal voting law created by Congress, unless Congress changes the federal statute. This law sets the date for the November election every even year. She says "The bigger question might be not moving the election but administering it. That means vote-by-mail, and no-excuse absenteeism." Alan Hirsch, Lecturer in Humanities and Chair of Justice and Law Studies at Williams College, added, " We have no reliable means of dealing with what my book calls 'crises elections.' Daniel Birdsong, Lecturer & Experiential Learning Coordinator, Political Science, University of Dayton, says that states run elections, not the federal government, so there's no one size fits all. “Right now, states have time on their side...that gives states the time to adjust how they will conduct their elections.”

Former USS Theodore Roosevelt Captain Tests…

Brett Crozier was fired over a letter he wrote to Navy leaders suggesting some 50 sailors could die from the coronavirus.

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Another storm to produce wet weather in California

The stormy pattern will help keep people indoors through early this week.

Selah And The Spades

Trailer for 'Selah and The Spades' starring Jesse Williams, Lovie Simone, Ana Mulvoy Ten, Jharrel Jerome, Evan Roe

Boris Johnson Reportedly Gets Oxygen Treatment

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is "still very much in charge" of the UK despite his hospitalization for COVID-19 over the weekend, says a British government official. The official word is that the 55-year-old Johnson entered the hospital as a precautionary measure for more tests because he continued to show symptoms...

Hopeful birdsong, foreboding sirens: A pandemic…

Hopeful birdsong and foreboding sirens

Dancing Cop In Costume Brings Cheer To Senior…

Check out this dancing cop.

Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams! (Sunday, April…

Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams! Pharrell Lanscilo Williams turns 47 years old today. Here are five fun facts about the producer. 1. He released the first 24-hour music video for "Happy." 2. Pharrell got his nickname, Skateboard P, in high school. 3. His debut solo single, “Frontin,” was the 34th best-selling song of 2003 in the U.S. 4. The Neptunes were discovered by Teddy Riley after entering a high school talent show. 5. He plays the drums and keyboard. Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams!

Fauci: Half of Those Infected May Have No Symptoms

Last week, the CDC chief told NPR that as many as 25% of people infected with coronavirus may not show any symptoms. Dr. Robert Redfield's estimate may have been too low by a lot. “It’s somewhere between 25% and 50%,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci during the White House coronavirus briefing...

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American And Other Airlines Reduce NYC Flights

According to Reuters, on Sunday American Airlines announced that they would be cutting back on the number of flights to and from New York City. This include suspending services to New York's three main airports for a month, due to the coronavirus surge in the area. Starting April 9 through May 6, American will operate 13 daily flights to and from JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark airports, down from 271 flights. Their flights will only operate from 10 a.m. ET through 6 p.m. ET, so that crews do not stay in the New York area overnight. American joins United, Jet Blue, and Spirit airlines, who have also all cut or reduced their flights to the New York area. American’s senior vice president of Operations, David Seymour, said that demand for New York area flights “is rapidly evaporating” due to the surge in COVID-19 cases.

New York Partially Rolls Back Controversial Bail…

New York is adding several crimes to a list of bail-eligible offenses, meaning more people could be held pretrial unless they pay their bond.