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President Trump Makes Big Change To His Drug…

President Trump has apparently said goodbye to his favorite miracle drug.

Minority Activists Issue Threat To Joe Biden

One candidate has many qualities Joe Biden is looking for in a running mate, but activists say no way.

Did States That Opened Early See A Spike In COVID…

What are the cold, hard facts about the risks in returning to normal.

Fox News Host Issues Dire Warning To Americans

During Monday's episode of "Your World With Neil Cavuto," the Fox News host called the president's revelation "stunning."

It's No Longer X Æ A-12 Musk

Less than a month old , the son of Grimes and Elon Musk is already the subject of disagreement between his less-than-conventional parents and the state of California, which has now resulted in little X Æ A-12 Musk being renamed, reports CNN . "Did you change the baby name because of Californian...

Atlético Madrid forward João Félix has minor k…

Atlético Madrid says forward João Félix has sprained his left knee

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This Sea Otter Is Mesmerized By The Camera

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Netflix Plans to Get Rid of Inactive Subscribers

Netflix Plans to Get Rid of Inactive Subscribers According to Gizmodo, Netflix will send out email alerts and in-app notifications to users who haven't streamed anything in over a year since signing up. Those who have been inactive for the past two years will get a notice as well. If the user doesn't respond, their membership will be canceled. Netflix, via TechCrunch According to TechCrunch, Netflix says these "zombie accounts" represent less than one percent of its total base. If an account is canceled, the streaming company says it will give people 10 months to rejoin. Doing so within that grace period will allow users to gain back their data, viewing preferences and account details. Netflix's Eddy Wu, via Gizmodo As of April 2020, Netflix says it has almost 183 million total subscriptions.

5.9 Quake Hits During Interview, Ardern Carries on

If starting your Monday off giving an interview in the middle of a pandemic seemed too easy for Jacinda Ardern, fate decided to throw in a little natural disaster: As Mashable reports, the New Zealand PM was speaking live from the parliament building in Wellington when a 5.9-magnitude earthquake...

Pandemic Prompts Tech Workers To Flee Silicon…

Amid the remote working boom, tech workers from the San Francisco Bay Area may be fleeing the area due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Business Insider, multiple surveys indicate city-dwellers may relocate to smaller, more affordable areas as work from home policies become the norm. Now, a new study places San Jose, California, as one of the best-positioned cities in the US to benefit from the post-pandemic future. San Jose is far less dense, with only 5,300 residents per square mile compared to the 17,000 living in San Francisco. But it's not just traffic and high housing prices that's motivating people to up stakes and move out of cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles. Some are also skittish about remaining in dense environments that are perfect breeding grounds for the spread of infectious diseases.

Run Out Of Stuff To Watch? HBO Max Is Launching…

HBO Max is launching at a time when viewers are likely to spend more money on streaming.

Rounds of rain to keep flood risk high in South…

The potential for heavy rain is expected to persist through much of the final week of May.

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Madagasikara

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Boris Johnson Stands by Lockdown Scofflaw

Faced with near-universal calls for the ouster of a top aide who flouted his own lockdown, Boris Johnson stood solidly with Dominic Cummings on Sunday, in what the New York Times calls a "blustery performance." "He followed the instincts of every father and every parent, and I do not mark...

Republican Party Sues California Over Mail-In…

The Republican National Committee is not OK with California's plan to send every resident a mail-in ballot for the November election and is now suing over what it calls an "illegal power grab" by the governor. The RNC, along with the National Republican Congressional Committee and the California Republican Party,...

Efforts underway to get food from US farms to the…

One of the many troubling aspects of the coronavirus pandemic has been seeing farmers have to destroy crops and euthanize livestock at a time when millions are losing their jobs and demand is soaring at food banks

NASA Shares Stunning Image Of Mars' 'Grand Canyon'

NASA shared a stunning image of Mars.

Crayola Promotes Inclusivity With New Skin…

Crayola Promotes Inclusivity With New Skin Tone-Inspired Crayon Collection Crayola recently announced the launch of their newest line of crayons, “Colors of the World.” According to Crayola, the “Colors of the World” collection will help “cultivate a more inclusive world.” Crayola, via statement The packs will feature new crayons such as Light Golden, Deep Almond and Medium Deep Rose. The colors will represent more than 40 different skin tones found around the world. The crayons will be available in 24 or 32-count packs, with the latter also including four hair-color and four eye-color crayons. “Colors of the World” was made in collaboration with MOB Beauty CEO Victor Casale. In a statement, Casale said he hopes that children feel “included and recognized" when they “find their shade” in the collection. Victor Casale, via statement

Biden, Trump Attack Each Other

Joe Biden hopped on the " criticize the president for spending the holiday weekend golfing " bandwagon, tweeting Sunday, "The presidency is about a lot more than tweeting from your golf cart. It requires taking on the ultimate responsibility for the biggest decisions in the world. Donald Trump simply wasn’t prepared for...

Cuomo: Economy Won't Bounce Back On Its Own

Albin Lohr-Jones/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the US economy won't recover on its own because "too many small businesses have closed" and corporations won't rehire as many workers as they laid off. "They had fewer workers and used more technology and they're going to decide: 'Well, we don't need as many workers,'" he said during a press conference Sunday. Cuomo said the government will need to play a role in stimulating a post-pandemic economy by working with the private sector and investing in infrastructure projects, education, and telemedicine.

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Hospital's Inexpensive 'Corona Curtain' Could…

Doctors created the tent to cover patients during intubation, when large amounts of the coronavirus can spread.

Beaches reopen in time for Memorial Day

Beaches in New York reopened just in time for Memorial Day, after months of being closed due to COVID-19.