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Apr 01, 2020

T-Mobile Completes Takeover of Rival Company Sprint
Mobile carrier T-Mobile has completed its merger with Sprint, creating a more formidable third rival to AT&T and Verizon. CEO John Legere stepped down as part of the merge.

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Apr 01, 2020

Schumer Calls For Hazard Pay For Frontline Workers In Coronavirus Fight
A next coronavirus relief package should require additional pay for workers like nurses, doctors and first responders, the Senate minority leader said.

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Apr 01, 2020

FDA Says Zantac Should Be Pulled From Market, Citing Cancer Risk
Major pharmacies had already pulled the popular heartburn drug and its generic equivalents due to a contaminant. Now the Food and Drug Administration says definitively they should not be sold or used.

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Apr 01, 2020

Coronavirus Sent Peace Corps Volunteers Home. It Could Also Give Them A New Mission
Some 7,000 volunteers were evacuated in an unprecedented callback. Back home and jobless, they're in limbo — but there's a proposal to enlist them in the fight against COVID-19.

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Apr 01, 2020

Italy, Seen By White House As A U.S. Analogue, Extends Nationwide Lockdown
The White House coronavirus task force calls Italy an example of how the coronavirus could play out in the U.S. The European country's death toll is rising, despite a recent slowdown in cases.

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Apr 01, 2020

Israel Faces Challenges In Fighting Coronavirus In Ultra-Orthodox Communities
Ultra-Orthodox Jews make up about 12% of Israel's population — but account for many of Israel's COVID-19 cases. This week a senior rabbi finally urged his followers to obey government lockdown orders.

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Apr 01, 2020

Alabama's Largest City Tightens Restrictions To Stem Spread Of Coronavirus
Birmingham, Ala., is under a shelter-in-place order, as officials take a more aggressive approach than state leaders have, in order to curtail spread of the coronavirus.

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Apr 01, 2020

Moscow To Launch New Surveillance App To Track Residents In Coronavirus Lockdown
Muscovites will have their movements followed through a program required on their smartphones. They will also have to carry a new QR code with their personal data.

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Apr 01, 2020

Opinion: The Way The U.S. Beat TB Could Be A Boon In Battling Coronavirus
Tuberculosis is a dangerous infectious disease. The strategies used by wealthy countries to wipe it out within their borders in the 1950s holds lessons for the world.

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Apr 01, 2020

Fighting COVID-19 Is Like 'Whack-A-Mole,' Says Writer Who Warned Of A Pandemic
Atlantic writer Ed Yong warned of a global pandemic two years ago. He says scientists are still working to understand how COVID-19 travels through air — and whether more of us should be wearing masks.

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Apr 01, 2020

Fighting COVID-19 Is Like 'Whack-A-Mole,' Says Writer Who Warned Of Pandemic
Atlantic writer Ed Yong warned of a global pandemic two years ago. He says scientists are still working to understand how COVID-19 travels through air — and whether more of us should be wearing masks.

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Apr 01, 2020

Second Federal Inmate Dies From COVID-19
On March 31, the Federal Bureau of Prisons began a systemwide 14-day quarantine for inmates to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

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Apr 01, 2020

Have You Been Denied Re-Entry To Your Nursing Home After Hospitalization?
Have you been refused reentry to a nursing home or care facility after hospitalization for respiratory issues? Share your stories with us.

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Apr 01, 2020

Watch Live: After Warning Of 'Hard Days' Ahead, Coronavirus Task Force To Brief Media
The White House coronavirus task force returns to brief reporters Wednesday, a day after offering a "sobering" preview of the weeks and months ahead.

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Apr 01, 2020

Florida Governor Orders Statewide Lockdown
After days of pressure, Florida's Governor, Ron DeSantis, ordered a statewide lockdown. Florida had been the lone holdout of states most effected by the coronavirus to not have a stay-at-home order.

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Apr 01, 2020

Citing Concerns About Access For 'Seniors,' West Virginia's Governor Delays Primary
More than a dozen states have delayed primaries because of the coronavirus.

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Apr 01, 2020

5 Key Facts The White House Isn't Saying About Their COVID-19 Projections
The Trump administration's strategy for ending the current wave of coronavirus infections relies on a model that appears to count on several important assumptions. We look at why that matters.

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Apr 01, 2020

Sanders Calls On Wisconsin To Delay Election As Governor Calls Up National Guard
Despite the coronavirus outbreak and a dire shortage of poll workers, Wisconsin is still going forward with a statewide election on April 7.

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Apr 01, 2020

The Science Behind A 14-Day Quarantine After Possible COVID-19 Exposure
What's behind the "14-days of self-quarantine" guidance after exposure to someone with COVID-19 or after travel from a place with high numbers of cases? Think of yourself as a potential incubator.

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Apr 01, 2020

In 'Big Adjustment,' Some European Countries Push For Residents To Wear Masks
Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have issued strong recommendations or orders for people to don face coverings in certain public places — though lots of their neighbors continue to disagree.

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Apr 01, 2020

Colleges Go Test-Optional After SAT, ACT Are Called Off
More than a dozen colleges have dropped testing requirements for admission, with one school citing "unprecedented obstacles and disruptions" due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Apr 01, 2020

FEMA Hadn't Ordered Ventilators. Manufacturers Forged Ahead Anyway
Medical technology companies — sometimes working with carmakers — have been massively increasing production of ventilators. For two weeks, they've been working without government contracts in hand.

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Apr 01, 2020

Solo Para Chicos y Chicas: Un Cómic Sobre El Nuevo Coronavirus
Quizás has oído la palabra "coronavirus" en la red o la televisión. Seguramente tienes muchas preguntas. Fijate en nuestro cómic para saber las respuestas.

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Apr 01, 2020

U.S. Military In South Korea Faces Double Blow Of Korean Staff Furloughs And COVID-19
Due to an impasse over defense cost sharing, the U.S. military has furloughed thousands of Korean employees. The furloughs come as U.S. forces in South Korea grapple with cases of COVID-19 infection.

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Apr 01, 2020

Factories Feel The Coronavirus Slump
The coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on the nation's factories. Manufacturing activity slumped in March as the virus cut into both supply and demand.

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Apr 01, 2020

Nearly Half A Million Companies In Germany File For State Funds To Pay Workers
As Europe's largest economy gets hit with COVID-19, a German government financial aid program will make up some of the lost income for millions of employees.

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Apr 01, 2020

Hospital Workers: Tell Us Your Coronavirus Experience
NPR is seeking health care providers working in hospitals to document their personal experiences working during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Apr 01, 2020

Coast Guard Tells Cruise Ships With COVID-19 Cases To Stay Away From U.S. Ports
By registering ships in the Bahamas and other countries, cruise companies can avoid U.S. laws. The Coast Guard says they should seek medical aid from those countries rather than rely on the U.S.

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Apr 01, 2020

Biden Says It's 'Hard To Envision' Democratic Convention As Planned
So far, neither major party has announced changes to their plans to hold traditional conventions this summer, despite ongoing public health restrictions on large gatherings.

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Apr 01, 2020

28 College Students Who Chartered A Spring Break Plane To Mexico Now Have Coronavirus
All of the people who have tested positive are students at the University of Texas at Austin. Some of the group returned on separate commercial flights - widening the potential spread of infection.

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Apr 01, 2020

Don't Nag Your Husband During Lock Down, Malaysia's Government Advises Women
An online campaign recommended business attire and makeup while working at home, and to avoid sarcasm when asking for help with housework. The women of Malaysia were not amused.

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Apr 01, 2020

Don't Nag Your Husband During Lockdown, Malaysia's Government Advises Women
An online campaign recommended business attire and makeup while working at home, and to avoid sarcasm when asking for help with housework. The women of Malaysia were not amused.

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Apr 01, 2020

No Caps, No Gowns: For Many In The Class Of 2020, Commencement Is Called Off
For many college students, walking across the stage isn't just a celebration, it's a recognition of years of hard work, and often sacrifices from their families. What happens when it's cancelled?

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Apr 01, 2020

It's The 1st Of The Month. Renters Are In A Much Tougher Spot Than Homeowners
The government ordered lenders to let homeowners skip payments if they lost income due to the coronavirus. But landlords can require renters to pay even if they've lost their job. And many are.

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Apr 01, 2020

Coronavirus Forces Ballot Measure Campaigns To Shut Down Amid Health Fears
Efforts to raise taxes, change redistricting rules and legalize gaming machines have all fallen victim to social distancing rules to make it nearly impossible to collect signatures.

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Apr 01, 2020

Underlying Health Disparities Could Mean Coronavirus Hits Some Communities Harder
In the U.S., health and wealth are often linked. As the coronavirus spreads, experts worry low-income communities will be especially vulnerable — and ill-equipped to respond.

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Apr 01, 2020

Some Snowbirds Headed North Are Being Told To Stay In Their Southern Nests
People who migrate South for winter are being told not to return to their year-round homes in the North. Some places that typically welcome their return are asking people to stay away.

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Apr 01, 2020

Some Snowbirds Headed North Told To Stay In Their Southern Nests
People who migrate South for winter are being told not to return to their year-round homes in the North. Some places that typically welcome their return are asking people to stay away.

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Apr 01, 2020

Tips From Someone With 50 Years Of Social Distancing Experience
Billy Barr has living alone in a cabin in a Colorado mountain ghost town for 50 years. He offers advice on how to find and maintain happiness in isolation.

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Mar 31, 2020

Feds Warn Merchants Not Make Coronavirus Treatment Claims
The FDA has sent warning letters to seven marketers of products including essential oils, nasal sprays and herbal concoctions. No treatments or vaccines for COVID-19 have been approved.

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Mar 31, 2020

Feds Warn Merchants Against Coronavirus Treatment Claims
The FDA has sent warning letters to seven marketers of products including essential oils, nasal sprays and herbal concoctions. No treatments or vaccines for COVID-19 have been approved.

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Mar 31, 2020

Cruise Ship Struggling With COVID-19 Headed To Florida
A cruise ship with four dead and nearly 200 people who have been sick with suspected COVID-19 may dock in Fort Lauderdale if cruise company executives and public officials can agree on a plan.

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Mar 31, 2020

Justice Department Looking Into Senator's Stock Sell-Off
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr sold off a large amount of stocks before the coronavirus market crash. The FBI will assess whether he was motivated by nonpublic information.

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Mar 31, 2020

FACT CHECK: Trump Praises Florida Governor Despite Criticism Of Coronavirus Response
President Trump claimed ally and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has taken "decisive steps" against the virus, but public health experts and a pending lawsuit say his leadership has been inadequate.

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Mar 31, 2020

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Death Toll, Treating COVID-19 And Testing Scams
On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we answer your questions about the government's response to the pandemic, the death toll in the U.S. and potential testing scams.

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Mar 31, 2020

Models Of Epidemic Predict Huge U.S. Death Toll; Scientists Hope For Better Outcome
Computer models predict that between 100,000 and 200,000 Americans will die from COVID-19 in the months ahead. Administration officials said public health interventions could still lower the toll.

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Mar 31, 2020

FACT CHECK: Should People Cover Their Faces With Scarves Like Trump Said?
In a briefing with the coronavirus task force, President Trump answered a question about a supply shortage of masks by suggesting that the public wear scarves instead.

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Mar 31, 2020

Map: Tracking The Spread Of The Coronavirus In The U.S.
Cases of COVID-19 have appeared throughout the country, but certain areas have been hit harder than others. Find out how many cases and deaths have been reported in each state.

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Mar 31, 2020

Chicago Public Health Commissioner: 'We Want To Be Ahead Of This'
Experts worry about new hotspots in cities including Chicago. Dr. Allison Arwady says the city is relatively well prepared but would still not be able to handle the predicted wave of hospitalizations.

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Mar 31, 2020

Who's Sickest From COVID-19? These Conditions Tied To Increased Risk
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report finds 78% of COVID-19 patients in the U.S. requiring admission to the intensive care unit had at least one underlying condition.

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Mar 31, 2020

Coronavirus Lockdown Sends Migrant Workers On A Long And Risky Trip Home
Amid a 21-day lockdown to help control the spread of the coronavirus, millions of workers in India's cities have no income, no food — and so are heading back to their villages.

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Mar 31, 2020

Turkmenistan Has Banned Use Of The Word 'Coronavirus'
Reporters Without Borders says the government has forbidden state-controlled media from using the word and ordered its removal from health brochures distributed at hospitals, schools and workplaces.

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Mar 31, 2020

Report Of Drop In Hospitalizations Sounds Like Good News, But There's A Catch
Washington State reports dropping hospitalizations, and hospitals in San Francisco seeing less patient load than feared. But those facts require context.

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Mar 31, 2020

Are Hospitals Seeing A Surge Of Coronavirus Patients? Some Officials Aren't Saying
With a lack of tests, epidemiologists say the next best way to monitor the pandemic is by tracking hospitalizations. But hotspots like California and Washington are releasing little information.

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Mar 31, 2020

To Stop The Pandemic, Seema Verma Is 'Getting Rid Of A Lot Of Regulations'
As head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Verma says she's working to ease safety rules and lighten licensing requirements, to expand the number of hospital beds and health workers.

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Mar 31, 2020

Outbreak On U.S. Aircraft Carrier 'Accelerating,' Commander Warns Pentagon
With more than 100 sailors reportedly infected, the commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier says the shipboard outbreak will keep spreading unless his 4,000 crew is quarantined.

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Mar 31, 2020

After Surge In Cases, Michigan Now 3rd In Country For Coronavirus Deaths
More than 80% of total cases are in the three populous Detroit metro-area counties of Oakland, Macomb and Wayne, according to state officials.

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Mar 31, 2020

Should We All Be Wearing Masks In Public? Health Experts Revisit The Question
There are rumblings that U.S. health officials may start encouraging Americans to wear face masks to cut down on asymptomatic spread. But with continued shortages, it's not clear how we'd do that.

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Mar 31, 2020

A Baaaad Crew Takes Over A Welsh Town: A Herd Of Goats
The town of Llandudno, Wales, has gone quiet, like so many other communities around the globe observing anti-coronavirus measures. Going into the breach: a herd of curious Kashmiri goats.

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Mar 31, 2020

At Least 5 Rabbis From Ultra-Orthodox N.J. Community Have Died From Coronavirus
The community of Lakewood is experiencing a very high rate of infections as well. Police have broken up numerous gatherings recently, despite a stay-at-home order from the governor.

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Mar 31, 2020

Spain's Health Staff Are Catching The Coronavirus As Protective Gear Runs Short
Thousands of medical workers now have COVID-19 in Spain, one of the countries hardest-hit by the disease.

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Mar 31, 2020

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Is 'Still Not Satisfied' With Trump Administration Response
Hogan speaks to NPR's Rachel Martin about President Trump's claim that there's no longer a lack of coronavirus testing kits.

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Mar 31, 2020

Economy On Lockdown: Jobless Rate Could Be Highest Since WWII
As efforts to slow the coronavirus pandemic temporarily put millions of Americans out of work, forecasters are predicting a record slowdown in the U.S. economy.

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Mar 31, 2020

Walmart To Start Checking Workers' Temperatures
The retailer also plans to distribute masks and gloves to workers and add one-way aisles. The company continues to urge shoppers to be "prudent" in stocking up on toilet paper and other supplies.

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Mar 31, 2020

Watch Live: Coronavirus Task Force To Detail What Data Led To Extension Of Guidelines
President Trump and his top public health advisers are expected to detail what models and data informed the extension of federal guidelines for social distancing.

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Mar 31, 2020

Watch Live: Coronavirus Task Force Details What Data Led To Extension Of Guidelines
President Trump and his top public health advisers are detailing what models and data informed the extension of federal guidelines for social distancing.

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Mar 31, 2020

New York, 'Still In Search Of The Apex,' Sees Another Spike In Coronavirus Cases
The state has reported more than 75,000 confirmed cases, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the peak is still to come. On Tuesday he expressed frustration that FEMA was hindering, not helping, its efforts.

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Mar 31, 2020

Italy Observes Moment Of Silence For COVID-19 Victims, As Case Numbers Plateau
As the country moves into its fourth week of lockdown, the head of Italy's national institutes of health announced that the country "has reached a plateau" in its infection rate.

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Mar 31, 2020

Dolly Parton Will Read Bedtime Stories To Kids Online Every Week
"Dolly hopes this series of stories will provide comfort and reassurance to coping kids and families during the shelter-in-place mandates," the Imagination Library said.

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Mar 31, 2020

New York Mayor, Attorney General Seek Investigations Over Fired Amazon Worker
The warehouse employee helped organize a walkout to demand closure of the facility following several COVID-19 cases. Amazon fired him the same day, saying he violated quarantine and safety measures.

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Mar 31, 2020

New York Attorney General Seeks Investigation Over Fired Amazon Warehouse Worker
The worker helped organize a walkout to demand closure of the facility following several COVID-19 cases. Amazon fired him the same day, saying he violated quarantine and safety measures.

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Mar 31, 2020

Tell Us About Trying To Get Tested For The Coronavirus
Experts have said that testing is essential to controlling the coronovirus pandemic. Tell us your experiences trying to access testing for the coronavirus.

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Mar 31, 2020

Average Gas Prices Are Below $2. A Few Stations Are Even Selling For Under $1
AAA says the national average is $1.997 per gallon and it's expected to drop further in the coming weeks. In a few places it's less than half that, but most Americans aren't driving much these days.

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Mar 31, 2020

Justice Department IG Finds Widespread Problems With FBI's FISA Applications
Investigators haven't been submitting sufficient evidence along with their applications to conduct surveillance in counterterrorism and counterintelligence investigations, a report shows.

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Mar 31, 2020

LA County Sheriff Will No Longer Order Closure Of Firearms Shops
Sheriff Alex Villanueva said gun shops in Los Angeles County were nonessential during the coronavirus outbreak. Then the federal government updated its list of essential industries.

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Mar 31, 2020

As the Pandemic Spreads, Battles Over Abortion Play Out In Court
Judges have blocked orders in three states suspending abortions during the pandemic.

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Mar 31, 2020

Brooklyn Navy Yard Businesses Mobilize To Help Fight Coronavirus Pandemic
During World War II, the Brooklyn Navy Yard repaired warships. Today businesses on the same site are retooling to make medical supplies.

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Mar 31, 2020

New York City Hospitals Struggle To Get Virus Testing Online Amid Patient Surge
On-site testing was delayed for weeks at a hospital in Brooklyn that has been designated COVID-only. Rapid on-site testing can help hospitals prevent the virus from spreading inside their facilities.

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Mar 31, 2020

In Lebanon, Some Turn To Beloved Local Saint For Solace And Protection From COVID-19
St. Charbel is revered for his healing miracles. "He gives us faith and strength, especially in this time of sickness," says a pilgrim visiting his tomb. "He is the only cure, in my opinion."

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Mar 31, 2020

Trump Administration Weakens Auto Emissions Standards
The Trump administration is replacing Obama-era fuel economy standards with weaker ones that will allow for more air pollution. Groups are already lining up to challenge the new rule.

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Mar 31, 2020

Trump Administration Weakens Auto Emissions, Rolling Back Key Climate Policy
The Trump administration is replacing Obama-era fuel economy standards with weaker ones that will allow for more air pollution. Groups are already lining up to challenge the new rule.

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Mar 31, 2020

CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo Says He Tested Positive For The Coronavirus
The brother of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he has experienced COVID-19 symptoms, including "fever, chills and shortness of breath."

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Mar 31, 2020

Refugee Camps Face COVID-19: 'If We Do Nothing, The Harm Is Going To Be So Extreme'
NPR spoke to humanitarian aid researcher Paul Spiegel about his analysis of conditions in the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh — and the outlook for refugees everywhere as the coronavirus looms.

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Mar 31, 2020

'Das Coronavirus' Podcast Captivates Germany With Scientific Info On The Pandemic
Produced by the public broadcaster NDR, the program features scientist Christian Drosten giving clear information about COVID-19, but so far it's in German only.

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Mar 31, 2020

The Dow Has Lost 12% In A Volatile Month
The stock market has never seen a month like March, with downs and ups of thousands of points in a day. The Dow has recovered from recent lows, but it has fallen 24% since its record high.

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Mar 31, 2020

11 Veterans Die At Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts Amid COVID-19 Outbreak
More than 20 coronavirus cases have been confirmed at the facility, and officials are rushing to do more tests, hoping to learn the full extent of the exposure.

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Mar 31, 2020

'Essential' Child Care Workers Struggle To Balance Family Needs, Safety
Some states are urging childcare centers to stay open to keep essential workers on the job. But providers say they're not trained to keep everyone safe, and there's no social distancing toddlers.

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Mar 31, 2020

Plastic Wars: Industry Spent Millions Selling Recycling — To Sell More Plastic
An investigation from NPR and the PBS show Frontline found oil and gas companies had serious doubts that plastic recycling was viable, but promoted it to keep profits high and plastic bans at bay.

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Mar 31, 2020

Plastic Wars: Three Takeaways From The Fight Over The Future Of Plastics
A investigation from NPR and the PBS show Frontline found oil and gas companies had serious doubts that plastic recycling was viable, but promoted it to keep profits high and plastic bans at bay.

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Mar 31, 2020

A Genetic Test For A Microscopic Problem Came With A Jumbo Price Tag
Molecular diagnostics are at the frontier of medical science. But along with precise information about health, the tests raise billing questions that can create a minefield for patients.

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Mar 31, 2020

CDC Director On Models For The Months To Come: 'This Virus Is Going To Be With Us'
After weeks of keeping a low profile, the CDC's Dr. Robert Redfield tells NPR that data will determine future recommendations for wearing masks or easing back on social distancing.

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Mar 31, 2020

As Pandemic Spreads, The Developing World Looks Like The Next Target
So far, the coronavirus has hit hardest in the wealthy countries of Asia, Europe and the U.S. But the pandemic appears poised to explode in the developing world --which has far fewer resources.

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Mar 31, 2020

Facebook, YouTube Warn Of More Mistakes As Machines Replace Moderators
As tech firms send workers home, it's creating new challenges over how to handle harmful content, including dangerous health claims. So Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are bringing in the machines.

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Mar 31, 2020

Toilet Paper Startup Ramps Up And Rolls In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic
The sudden demand for "white gold" came at just the right time for a new toilet paper factory in Maine. "The demand is insane," says Tissue Plus owner, Marc Cooper.

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Mar 30, 2020

Central Park And Home Of Tennis' US Open To House Hospital Beds For New York
The East Meadow in Central Park and a training facility at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Queens are scheduled to become makeshift hospitals while regular facilities are strained by COVID-19.

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Mar 30, 2020

Central Park And Home Of Tennis' U.S. Open To House Hospital Beds For New York
The East Meadow in Central Park and a training facility at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Queens are scheduled to become makeshift hospitals while regular facilities are strained by COVID-19.

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Mar 30, 2020

NCAA Division 1 Athletes Get Another Shot At Spring Sports
Schools have been authorized to offer spring sport athletes whose schedule was shut down by the coronavirus an extra year of eligibility so they can play an extra season.

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Mar 30, 2020

National Guardsman Is First Service Member To Die After Testing Positive For COVID-19
The Department of Defense said the New Jersey Army National Guardsman had been hospitalized since March 21 and died on Saturday.

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Mar 30, 2020

Four Boston Hospitals Report Significant Numbers Of Employees Have The Coronavirus
The hospitals, including Massachusetts General Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess, Brigham and Women's, and Tufts, say that 345 employees have tested positive for COVID-19.

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Mar 30, 2020

4 Boston Hospitals Report Significant Numbers Of Employees Have The Coronavirus
The hospitals, including Massachusetts General Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess, Brigham and Women's, and Tufts, say that 345 employees have tested positive for COVID-19.

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