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Apr 08, 2020

'Where Is This Going To Lead?': Roma People In Europe Face Coronavirus Disaster
Many in Europe's largest ethnic minority group live in poor, marginalized communities where conditions could lead to a swift outbreak, say researchers and activists.

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Apr 08, 2020

Lawmakers Defy Warnings, Continue To Meet In Capitals Across The Country
Many state legislative sessions were cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now lawmakers, itching to complete state business, are reconvening despite heath warnings not to.

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Apr 08, 2020

You've Got Less Mail: The Postal Service Is Suffering Amid The Coronavirus
Mail volume is way down, and the U.S. Postal Service is running out of cash. Advocates want Congress to provide additional funding in the next rescue package.

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Apr 08, 2020

Party On, Online: Virtual Beer Pong Becomes An Emotional Lifeline For Workers
The virtual happy hour has taken on huge importance at a time when life is otherwise in lockdown. Workers are learning a lot more about their colleagues in the process.

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Apr 08, 2020

Bernie Sanders Weighs The Toughest Decision Of His Campaign
One of the hardest decisions for any candidate to make is whether to drop out of a race. It's even harder for the Vermont senator, who, at 78, likely wouldn't run for president again.

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Apr 08, 2020

Borders Didn't Stop The Pandemic. But They Might Block The Trade Of Medical Goods
More countries are imposing export restrictions on essential medical materials, to try to keep domestically produced goods — like masks, gloves and ventilators — available for domestic needs.

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Apr 08, 2020

Women Are Losing More Jobs In Coronavirus Shutdowns
Millions of jobs have been lost as businesses keep their doors closed to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Working women have been hit hardest, accounting for nearly 60% of the early job cuts.

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Apr 08, 2020

U.K.'s Johnson, Suffering From COVID-19, Spends 2nd Night In ICU
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said: "I'm confident he'll pull through." Meanwhile, the U.K. on Tuesday set a new high for COVID-19 deaths, with 786 succumbing to the disease.

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Apr 08, 2020

After Deaths At Home Spike In NYC, Officials Plan To Count Many As COVID-19
Officials say a sudden upsurge in deaths at home is likely due to COVID-19 and they are planning to add many of them to New York's death toll even without confirmation by a laboratory.

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Apr 07, 2020

John Prine, Hero Of 'New' Nashville, Dies After Developing COVID-19 Symptoms
The beloved singer-songwriter who influenced generations of folk, country and Americana artists died Tuesday at the age of 73.

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Apr 07, 2020

Federal Appeals Court Panel Clears Path To Executions, Throwing Out Lower Court Order
A three-judge panel split 2-1 in a decision vacating an injunction issued in November that had scuttling planned executions of four inmates.

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Apr 07, 2020

Fenway Park's Organist Gives Fans That Ballpark Sound At Home — And He Takes Requests
Josh Kantor streams the music show on Facebook Live each day from his house in Cambridge, Mass. He says he'll keep going "until people get sick of it or until baseball starts up."

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Apr 07, 2020

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Medicine, Social Distancing And Mental Health
On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll answer your questions about a medication that some suggest may help patients, social distancing and how to care for your mental health.

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Apr 07, 2020

Fact Check: Is Mail Ballot Fraud As Rampant As President Trump Says It Is?
Pressure is increasing to make mail voting more available nationwide in response to the coronavirus pandemic, but President Trump on Tuesday called it "very dangerous."

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Apr 07, 2020

Trump Tells The Story Of A 'Miracle' Cure For COVID-19. But Was It?
President Trump continues to promote hydroxychloroquine, a drug that has not been proved to work against coronavirus and COVID-19. He's relying on anecdotes, not science.

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Apr 07, 2020

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Calls For National Voting Overhaul
The massive set of proposals includes $4 billion in new elections funding, 30 days of required early voting, and a mail-in-ballot to be sent to every registered voter in the country.

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Apr 07, 2020

Critic Of China's Coronavirus Response Is Under Investigation, Beijing Says
Retired businessman Ren Zhiqiang, who criticized Chinese leader Xi Jinping, went missing in mid-March. The Communist Party says Ren is under "disciplinary review and supervision and investigation."

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Apr 07, 2020

Trump Criticizes WHO And Threatens To Pull U.S. Funding
Trump said that the United States funds the majority of the organization's budget. The U.S. provided 14.67% of the WHO's funding in 2018-2019.

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Apr 07, 2020

Gov. Newsom On How California Is Preparing For A Spike In Coronavirus Cases
The state is building makeshift hospitals in anticipation of a surge in cases, following weeks of moderate growth, Gov. Gavin Newsom tells All Things Considered.

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Apr 07, 2020

Federal Appeals Court Panel Reaffirms Texas Abortion Ban Under Coronavirus Limits
The decision allows the ban while litigation continues. Top state Republican officials have said abortion is an elective procedure and should be suspended to save medical supplies during the pandemic.

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Apr 07, 2020

Hal Willner, 'SNL' Staple And Acclaimed Music Producer, Has Died
The multi-faceted and musically voracious producer died one day after his 64th birthday, which was Monday, at home in New York City. He had symptoms consistent with those caused by COVID-19.

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Apr 07, 2020

In Another Pushback Against Oversight, Trump Removes Pandemic Inspector General
President Trump removed the head of a group charged with overseeing the Coronavirus package passed by Congress. Trump has bristled at the oversight actions of several inspectors general.

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Apr 07, 2020

Facebook Grants For Coronavirus News Coverage: 3 Questions With Campbell Brown
Campbell Brown, Facebook's head of news partnerships, describes the company's $100 million investment in local news agencies.

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus Is Changing The Rituals Of Death For Many Religions
The virus is upending burial traditions across cultures, from the washing of the body of a loved one in Iraq to the gathering of mourners in Israel.

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Apr 07, 2020

Modly Resigns As Acting Navy Chief After Firing Warship Skipper And Calling Him Stupid
First it was his sacking of Capt. Brett Crozier last week; then it was a diatribe he delivered aboard the USS Roosevelt on Sunday. Now acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly is out.

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Apr 07, 2020

New York's Coronavirus Deaths May Level Off Soon. When Might Your State's Peak?
Wondering how bad the coronavirus crisis is going to get where you live? New modeling offers state-by-state projections.

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus State-By-State Predictions: When Will Each State Peak?
Wondering how bad the coronavirus crisis is going to get where you live? New modeling offers state-by-state projections.

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus State-By-State Projections: When Will Each State Peak?
Wondering how bad the coronavirus crisis is going to get where you live? New modeling offers state-by-state projections.

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Apr 07, 2020

Airlines Want To Cancel Rule Requiring Them To Refund Fares For Canceled Flights
An industry group says airlines around the world are burning through cash and can't afford to pay refunds to customers for canceled flights, despite regulations requiring it.

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Apr 07, 2020

Andrea Bocelli To Perform In An Empty Duomo Cathedral On Easter Sunday
The Italian star will sing songs like "Ave Maria" live from the empty halls of one the world's most famous churches.

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Apr 07, 2020

Walmart Faces Lawsuit Over Worker's Death From Coronavirus Complications
The wrongful-death case alleges Walmart ignored symptoms and failed to safeguard workers. The legal complaint is by the family of one of two employees from the same store who died in recent weeks.

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Apr 07, 2020

White House Task Force To Hold Briefing After Day Of Staffing Turmoil
The White House has shaken up its communications team, and President Trump demoted the inspector general who was overseeing the $2 trillion economic relief package.

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Apr 07, 2020

Watch Live: White House Task Force Holds Briefing After Day Of Staffing Turmoil
The White House has shaken up its communications team, and President Trump demoted the inspector general who was overseeing the $2 trillion economic relief package.

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Apr 07, 2020

Louisiana Sen. Cassidy Addresses Racial Disparities In Coronavirus Deaths
Sen. Bill Cassidy, who is a medical doctor, tells Morning Edition that underlying health issues like diabetes contribute to the disproportionate number of African Americans dying of COVID-19.

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Apr 07, 2020

Aid Groups Say They've Never Faced A Challenge Like The Novel Coronavirus
Humanitarian organizations are used to dealing with droughts, conflict and natural disaster. But the pandemic adds unprecedented layers of difficulty to their work.

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Apr 07, 2020

'We Should Reward Them': Senate Democrats To Push For Frontline Worker Hazard Pay
The Democratic proposal has two main components: up to a $25,000 pay increase for essential workers, and a one-time $15,000 incentive to help recruit new health care workers.

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Apr 07, 2020

Many Struggling Homeowners Not Getting The Mortgage Relief U.S. Promised
Millions of homeowners who've lost their incomes qualify to defer payments. But many say lenders are demanding unfair terms such as massive subsequent lump-sum payments that they can't afford.

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Apr 07, 2020

Case Against Universal Music Over Warehouse Fire Dismissed
The suit, prompted by an investigation from the Times last year, had been whittled down to just one plaintiff.

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Apr 07, 2020

FEMA Employee Working On Coronavirus Response Tests Positive For COVID-19
The employee did not have prolonged contact with people on the White House coronavirus task force, the agency says.

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Apr 07, 2020

With Survival At Stake, Small Business Owners Frustrated By Aid Delays
The Paycheck Protection Program is meant to help small businesses keep workers on payroll. But first, businesses have to get the money — a process that has proven difficult for some.

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Apr 07, 2020

Honda, Nissan Furlough Workers As Auto Plant Shutdowns Are Extended
Auto assembly plants across the country continue to be closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. Tens of thousands of workers are going without pay.

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Apr 07, 2020

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Reports 'Largest Single-Day' Increase In Deaths
Cuomo says 731 people died on Monday. "Behind every one of those numbers is an individual, is a family, is a mother, is a father, is a brother, is a sister. So a lot of pain again today," he adds.

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Apr 07, 2020

China Reports Its First Day With No New COVID-19 Deaths
The milestone comes a day before the government is set to lift outbound travel restrictions on people in Wuhan, the country's hardest-hit city.

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Apr 07, 2020

Meat Processing Plants Suspend Operations After Workers Fall Ill
Several processing plants in the U.S. are sitting idle this week because workers are sick with the coronavirus. Other facilities are still operating, but fewer workers are showing up.

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Apr 07, 2020

The Easter Bunny Is An Essential Worker, New Zealand's Ardern Says
A four-week lockdown will not keep the Easter Bunny from going about its mysterious business, the prime minister says, responding to rampant speculation by New Zealand's youngest citizens.

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Apr 07, 2020

More Aid Coming For Small Businesses, Senate Majority Leader McConnell Says
The $350 billion small business program created in the massive coronavirus relief package is popular, and multiple senators say more money is needed to keep it afloat.

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Apr 07, 2020

Surgeon General Says 'Over 90% Of The Country' Is Doing Right Thing To Fight Virus
"The American people have the power to change the trajectory of this epidemic if we come together like we have after past tragedies in this county," the U.S. Surgeon General told ABC on Tuesday.

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Apr 07, 2020

Long Lines, Masks And Plexiglas Barriers Greet Wisconsin Voters At Polls
After an 11th-hour scramble, Wisconsin forged ahead with its election, despite fears about the coronavirus outbreak and an ongoing stay-at-home order.

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Apr 07, 2020

White House Press Secretary Grisham Moves Back To First Lady's Office
Stephanie Grisham, Trump's third press secretary, did not hold a press briefing during her tenure. She is moving back to the first lady's office.

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Apr 07, 2020

White House Shakes Up Communications Team With New Meadows Aides
Ben Williamson and Alyssa Farah — both close to new chief of staff Mark Meadows — will play senior roles. Kayleigh McEnany, a campaign spokeswoman, will become the new press secretary.

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Apr 07, 2020

In Naples, Pandemic 'Solidarity Baskets' Help Feed The Homeless
Drawing on a centuries-old tradition, a Naples couple has begun lowering baskets from their balcony. People are encouraged to take food they need, and others are encouraged to add food to the baskets.

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Apr 07, 2020

Jamie Dimon Warns 'A Bad Recession' Is Coming
In a letter to shareholders, the JPMorgan Chase CEO applauds the government and the Fed for quick work, but says the pandemic will have devastating consequences for the global economy.

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Apr 07, 2020

4 Of 5 Workers Are Affected By COVID-19 Worldwide, U.N. Agency Says
The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a terrible toll on the world's economy, with various lockdown measures now affecting the livelihood of almost 2.7 billion workers, according to a new report.

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Apr 07, 2020

Why Some COVID-19 Patients Crash: The Body's Immune System Might Be To Blame
An overblown immune response could be killing a portion of the sick, and some doctors think that new treatments being tested could help at least some of those patients.

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Apr 07, 2020

South Koreans Will Vote In Election In Masks And Gloves, Have Temperature Checked
On April 15, legislative elections will go as planned but with new coronavirus safety features, and the government's handling of the virus is a top issue.

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Apr 07, 2020

States, Hospitals Say They're Still Not Getting Vital Supplies To Fight COVID-19
President Trump says the government's procurement and distribution system is "a fine-tuned machine," but many hospitals and state governors say they're still struggling to get what they need.

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Apr 07, 2020

'They're All Really Afraid': Coronavirus Spreads In Federal Prisons
One of the hardest-hit facilities is in Oakdale, La. "They feel like they're sitting ducks," says Arjeane Thompson, whose boyfriend is an inmate. And staff are working overtime under the strain.

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Apr 07, 2020

Passover Celebrations Take Shape Differently To Work Around The Coronavirus
Social distancing is preventing families from gathering for the traditional Seder, so this year Passover will be different. Many Jews are planning virtual celebrations.

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Apr 07, 2020

Wisconsin Election Held Amid Virus Fears: Here's What You Need To Know
Gov. Tony Evers tried to postpone voting and extend the absentee deadline, but he was blocked by courts. Results for Tuesday's contests may not appear for days.

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Apr 06, 2020

Airline Flights Into And Out Of New York City Cut Drastically Because Of Coronavirus
A spokesperson said American Airline's busiest flight out of LaGuardia Sunday only had 27 passengers and nine flights from JFK and LaGuardia had one passenger on each.

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Apr 06, 2020

A Tiger Has Coronavirus. Should You Worry About Your Pets?
Four tigers and three lions at the Bronx Zoo all had one of the symptoms of a respiratory infection: a dry cough. What does this finding mean for cats and dogs?

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Apr 06, 2020

Australia's High Court Overturns Cardinal Pell's Child Sexual Abuse Conviction
The former Vatican treasurer was ordered released from prison, where he was serving a six-year sentence.

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Apr 06, 2020

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Masks, Ventilators And Making Choices
On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we look at efforts in the U.S. to stop the coronavirus and answer questions about masks, ventilators and some of the difficult choices we're all facing.

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Apr 06, 2020

Could Society Move Toward Normalcy Before A Coronavirus Vaccine Is Ready?
The best protection against the coronavirus would be a vaccine. But that's probably at least a year away, even if crash development programs succeed. What can be done in the meantime?

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Apr 06, 2020

Starting Tomorrow, Starbucks Will Require Employees To Wear Face Coverings At Work
For employees who don't have their own face covering, the company created a tutorial on how to create one using store supplies.

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Apr 06, 2020

Starbucks Now Requires Employees To Wear Face Coverings At Work
Starting Tuesday, employees must wear face coverings. Those who don't have their own, the company created a tutorial on how to make one using store supplies.

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Apr 06, 2020

Boeing And Airbus Halt Production; Future Of Airplane Manufacturing Uncertain
Airbus and Boeing halt production of its jets because of the coronavirus. Orders for new planes have fallen as air travel has plummeted due to the pandemic.

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Apr 06, 2020

Arkansas Gov. Hutchinson Says State Has A 'Targeted Response' To Coronavirus
Gov. Asa Hutchinson is one of the few governors who hasn't issued a statewide stay-at-home order. He tells All Things Considered about the measures he says do more to slow the virus's spread.

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Apr 06, 2020

Acting Navy Secretary Lashes Out On Virus-Plagued Ship At Commander He Fired
During an unannounced visit to the USS Theodore Roosevelt Sunday, Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly tried justifying to its catcalling crew members his sacking of their skipper.

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Apr 06, 2020

Opossums, Hydras And Hummingbirds: What We're Learning About Aging From Animals
Some animals live longer than they should for their size. Some have shorter lives. And others don't appear to age at all.

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Apr 06, 2020

Social Distancing Is A Distant Dream In Pakistan's Urban Slums
In a poor neighborhood in Islamabad, houses are right up against each other, families may live 10 or more in a single room and streets are narrow and crowded.

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Apr 06, 2020

Trump And Biden Have 'Very Friendly' Call On Virus Response
A White House adviser suggested Joe Biden call the president instead of criticizing him in public, and both sides characterized Monday's call positively.

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Apr 06, 2020

Schools Ditch Zoom Amid Concerns Over Online Learning Security
School leaders in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Las Vegas are abandoning the videoconferencing service after reports of meetings being disrupted by intruders.

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Apr 06, 2020

This Quebec Health Official Has Become A Sensation With His Coronavirus Tips
Horacio Arruda was a little known bureaucrat. Now his face is on T-shirts, loafs of bread and memes and videos all over social media. Quebec's deputy health minister has become a local celebrity.

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Apr 06, 2020

U.S. Army Delays New Recruits' Basic Training Due To Coronavirus
Recruits who have already begun their early training will keep working under recently introduced screening and safety guidelines.

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Apr 06, 2020

Los Angeles Authorities Sue Company For 'Illegally Selling' At-Home COVID-19 Test
The Food and Drug Administration says it has not authorized any at-home tests for the coronavirus. After one company started selling an at-home test in March, the city attorney of Los Angeles sued.

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Apr 06, 2020

Los Angeles Authorities Sue Company For 'Illegally' Selling At-Home COVID-19 Test
The Food and Drug Administration says it has not authorized any at-home tests for the coronavirus. After one company started selling an at-home test in March, the city attorney of Los Angeles sued.

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Apr 06, 2020

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson In Intensive Care Unit Due To COVID-19
"Over the course of this afternoon, the condition of the prime minister has worsened and, on the advice of his medical team, he has been moved to the Intensive," U.K. officials said.

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Apr 06, 2020

Watch Live: White House Task Force Warns Of Deadly Week Ahead
President Trump is offering a message of hope even as his surgeon general warned this will be "the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans' lives." The next briefing is Monday at 5 p.m. ET.

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Apr 06, 2020

White House Task Force Warns Of Deadly Week Ahead As Trump Blames Governors
President Trump is offering a message of hope even as his surgeon general warned this will be "the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans' lives." The next briefing is Monday at 5:00 p.m. ET.

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Apr 06, 2020

New York City Plans Temporary Burials For The Dead
New York City is struggling to handle the high number of people who have died from COVID-19. So many people have died that officials are looking to temporarily bury the bodies in a city park.

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Apr 06, 2020

Federal Judge Allows Some Abortions To Continue In Oklahoma
Patients have been turned away for abortions after Republican state officials said an executive order suspending elective procedures during the coronavirus pandemic applies to abortions.

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Apr 06, 2020

Irish Leader Returns To Medicine To Help Battle COVID-19 Pandemic
Acting Prime Minister Leo Varadkar reregistered as a medical practitioner with the country's Health Service Executive in March and will begin to work one shift a week.

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Apr 06, 2020

With Coronavirus Deaths 'Essentially Flat' Last Two Days, NY Gov. Sees 'Good Signs'
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said there were 599 coronavirus deaths statewide since Sunday. He said it may suggest a "possible flattening of the curve" but also warned numbers were inconclusive.

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Apr 06, 2020

Growing Costs And Shrinking Revenues Squeeze Hospitals As They Brace For Coronavirus
In places like Los Angeles, hospitals are prepping for anticipated waves of COVID-19 patients. But they're having to ramp up while facing shrinking cash reserves.

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Apr 06, 2020

Moscow Has Most Of Russia's COVID-19 Cases, But Work Stoppages Are Nationwide
Moscow's spike in COVID-19 infections has forced an economic shutdown in far-flung territories where the coronavirus has so far shown minimal bite.

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Apr 06, 2020

Some Auto Insurers Are Sending Refunds To Customers As Crash Rate Falls
The pandemic is keeping cars parked, which means fewer crashes — and big savings for auto insurers. Allstate and American Family Insurance have decided to return that extra cash to customers.

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Apr 06, 2020

Syrian Refugees In Lebanon Fear Deportation For Seeking Coronavirus Test Or Care
Although people fleeing war or humanitarian crises know about the dangers of COVID-19, many are also worried about being persecuted if the disease spreads in their communities.

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Apr 06, 2020

Wisconsin Governor Effectively Reschedules Tuesday's Primary Election
Citing public health concerns due to the coronavirus pandemic, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order suspending in-person voting for the state's April 7 statewide election.

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Apr 06, 2020

Opinion: The Coronavirus Crisis Presents An Opportunity To End War In Ukraine
"Especially during a pandemic, it is insanity for Russian-led forces and Ukrainians to be killing each other," write former U.S. envoys to Ukraine William B. Taylor, Steven Pifer and John E. Herbst.

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Apr 06, 2020

Already Under Strain, Election Offices Falter As Pandemic Worsens
Full-time election workers in New York, New Jersey and Washington, DC have fallen will with COVID-19 all while trying to make plans for carrying out upcoming elections under challenging conditions.

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Apr 06, 2020

More Than 10,000 People Have Now Died From COVID-19 In The U.S.
The U.S. trails only Italy (16,523 dead) and Spain (13,055 dead) in the number of people lost to the pandemic.

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Apr 06, 2020

Supreme Court Hands Federal Worker Partial Win In Age Discrimination Case
In a separate case, the court upheld a warrantless traffic stop by a sheriff's deputy in Kansas.

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Apr 06, 2020

Congressional Leaders Divided On Next Steps To Confront Coronavirus Threat
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell agree that Congress will have to pass more legislation to combat the pandemic, but they disagree on what to do next, and when.

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Apr 06, 2020

In New York, Overflow Hospitals At Javits And On Navy Ship Have Been Largely Empty
More than 14,000 people have now been hospitalized in New York City for COVID-19. But two large overflow facilities have been operating far below their capacity.

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Apr 06, 2020

Hospitals Are Sourcing Masks from Auto Body Shops, HHS Inspector General Finds
An office of the Department of Health and Human Services surveyed 323 U.S. hospitals and found shortages of "intravenous therapy poles, medical gas, linens and food." Many are still scrambling.

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Apr 06, 2020

In A Pandemic, The Paupers Of Professional Baseball Are Getting Help
With sports leagues on hiatus due to the coronavirus, most athletes are still getting paid. But not all. Minor League Baseball players have no guaranteed pay when they're not playing regular season.

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Apr 06, 2020

NPR Names Poynter's Kelly McBride As 6th Public Editor
Media ethicist Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute has been named NPR's public editor, an in-house advocate for listeners and newsroom watchdog.

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Apr 06, 2020

Japan's Abe Says He Will Declare State Of Emergency As Coronavirus Cases Surge
The prime minister confirmed Monday that he would issue the declaration that allows governors of hard-hit prefectures to issue stay-at-home directives.

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Apr 06, 2020

Japan's Shinzo Abe Will Declare State Of Emergency As Coronavirus Cases Surge
The prime minister confirmed Monday that he would issue the declaration that allows governors of hard-hit prefectures to issue stay-at-home directives.

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