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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.

Wisconsin moves ahead with election, awaits…

Wisconsin is moving ahead with plans to hold in-person voting for its presidential primary and spring election on Tuesday, despite the coronavirus pandemic

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Check out this sea otter expertly open clams.

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5 Best Dog Breeds for Seniors

5 Best Dog Breeds for Seniors Canine companions can benefit senior citizens in many ways. These 5 breeds will bring joy to anyone, especially seniors. 1. Poodles 2. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 3. Bichon Frise 4. French Bulldog 5. Shih Tzu

Dow Sees 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. The Dow jumped 900 points at the opening bell, or 4%, reports CNBC . The index then settled back into a gain of about 750 points...

Boris Johnson In Hospital Due To COVID-19

According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in St Thomas’ Hospital in central London on Monday, undergoing tests. Johnson has experienced persistent coronavirus symptoms for over 10 days. This includes a high temperature and a cough. But the UK government said the 55-year-old is in good spirits and still working. Johnson tweeted, “On the advice of my doctor, I went into hospital for some routine tests as I’m still experiencing coronavirus symptoms.” He added, “I’m in good spirits and keeping in touch with my team, as we work together to fight this virus and keep everyone safe.” Britain has no formal succession plan if the prime minister were to become incapacitated.

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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Rain soaks the Tampa Bay area

For the first time since February, measurable rainfall fell on St. Petersburg, Florida, on April 6.

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...

British Open canceled until '21 as golf schedule…

Golf will only have three major championships at the most this year

This Frozen Lake In Russia May Be Hiding An…

This frozen lake may be hiding a crater.

CDC Recommends Americans Wear Masks

CDC Recommends Americans Wear Masks President Donald Trump referred to the updated recommendation from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) during the daily White House press conference on Friday. The CDC recommends Americans use "non-medical, cloth" masks in public, regardless of whether or not a person feels healthy. Trump stressed that the recommendation is not mandatory. President Trump, via 'The New York Times' According to reports, the Trump White House was divided about both issuing the recommendation and its scope. CDC officials believe that wearing masks in public will mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. As of Monday morning, Johns Hopkins University reports that more than 337,000 Americans have been infected with the coronavirus.

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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Bronx Zoo Tiger Tests Positive For Coronavirus

According to Reuters, a 4-year-old Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City tested positive for coronavirus. Officials believe that the tiger got sick after exposure from an asymptomatic zoo employee. Paul Calle, chief veterinarian at the Bronx Zoo said, “This is the first time that any of us know of anywhere in the world that a person infected the animal and the animal got sick.” The tiger, Nadia, started exhibiting signs on March 27, after having a dry cough along with three other tigers and three lions. Nadia was the only one tested, because she had the most symptoms, and they didn't want to subject the other cats to anesthesia. The Bronx Zoo has been closed since mid-March.

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.