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Another Celebrity Has Died From Coronavirus

COVID-19 has claimed the life of an award-winning musician and songwriter.

Conspiracy Theorist Derails Train Into Hospital…

A Port of Los Angles locomotive engineer has admitted trying to crash a train into a hospital ship, federal prosecutors say.

President Trump Has A New Favorite Network

Fox apparently isn't enough. Amid coronavirus crisis, the president is reportedly leaning on a new media friend.

Connecticut Newborn Dies From Coronavirus

A 6-week-old baby in the Hartford area is believed to be one of the youngest coronavirus victims anywhere in the world.

Navy fires captain who sought help for…

The captain of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier facing a growing outbreak of the coronavirus was fired Thursday by Navy leaders who said he created a panic by sending his memo pleading for help to too many people

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Police Find Alligator In Someone's Closet

Authorities in Ohio who responded to a call about a gun being drawn during an argument over an Xbox ended up finding an alligator.

The Surprising Story Behind Prince William And…

Page Six takes a deep dive into the royal pair's relationship timeline.

US Alcohol Sales Surge Following Stay-At-Home…

US Alcohol Sales Surge Following Stay-At-Home Orders With stay-at-home orders becoming widely prevalent in the United States, a large number of Americans now find themselves stuck at home. Many places that serve alcohol, such as restaurants and bars, have closed. But liquor and grocery stores have remained open. According to research from Nielsen, people are stocking up on their favorite drinks. For the week ending on March 21, alcoholic beverage sales in the U.S. rose by a whopping 55 percent. Ready-to-drink cocktails saw the biggest increase, with a 106 percent spike in sales. Hard seltzer brands continued to remain strong, with White Claw and Truly sitting at the top. Beer also saw a rise, with bulk beer packs experiencing a 90 percent increase compared to last year’s sales. Spirits saw a 75 percent increase, while wine sales experienced a significant 66 percent increase. Online sales have seen a 243 percent increase, dominating in-store sales.

Startling New Theory Floated On Origins Of…

Scientists studying the origins of the coronavirus have offered up a number of theories. Now, a new study.

New Committee to Watch How Stimulus Money Is Spent

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is launching a bipartisan committee to keep an eye on how the $2 trillion in the new stimulus bill is spent. "Where there's money there’s also frequently mischief," Pelosi said Thursday. "We want to make sure there are not exploiters out there." The special committee will...

Why COVID-19 Patients In New Orleans Are Dying At…

The coronavirus has been a far deadlier threat in New Orleans than the rest of the United States. In fact, the per-capita death rate is twice that of New York City, and four times that of Seattle. According to Reuters, both data and health professionals say the Big Easy’s high levels of obesity and related ailments may be part of the problem. Such conditions make patients more vulnerable to COVID-19, the highly contagious respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus. The Louisiana state health department says some 97% of those killed by COVID-19 there had a pre-existing condition. Diabetes was seen in 40% of the deaths, obesity in 25%, chronic kidney disease in 23% and cardiac problems in 21%. New Orleans could be a harbinger for the potential toll the pandemic could take in other parts of the South and Midwest. Other contributing factors to New Orleans’ high death rate range from access to healthcare to the prevalence of other conditions, including lung disease.

New England Patriots' Plane Is Transporting Masks…

The plane is bringing 1.2 million N95 masks to Boston on Thursday. Robert Kraft purchased another 300,000 to send to New York.

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Auto shop turns into face shield factory

Workers at one auto shop in Central Texas are now using their specialty equipment to create thousands of face shields for doctors and nurses.

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Lawsuits Mount Against Popular Hair-Care Line

DevaCurl products offering to tame frizzy hair have been "the focus and center" of the natural hair movement over the past two decades, Florida hair stylist Stephanie Mero tells NPR . Indeed, the New York Times describes a cult-like following by curly-haired women and men, some of whom used DevaCurl's cleansers,...

Central Park houses hospital ward as NY races to…

New York state is racing to roughly triple its hospital capacity as coronavirus cases surge

Skeleton Of 6-Million-Year-Old Bird Found In China

Scientists have found the remains of a 6-million-year-old bird that lived near what is now the Tibetan Plateau.

Earth's Movement Is Being Affected by the…

Earth's Movement Is Being Affected by the Coronavirus, Report Says The findings in scientific journal 'Nature' say the changes are due to less human activity and transportation. According to the report, seismic noise has decreased around the planet's crust. This means the earth is moving a little less than usual. 'Nature' adds that the new level of silence could assist with volcano and earthquake detection. Vibrations caused by machines and vehicles can often get in the way of monitoring relevant signals to detect such events. Royal Observatory of Belgium's Thomas Lecocq says this amount of quietness is usually only found briefly around Christmas. Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology's Andy Frassetto adds that the silence will also help with determining aftershock locations.

Coronavirus Cases Just Hit a Bad Milestone

About 4pm EDT Thursday, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases reported in the world passed 1 million. As high as that is, USA Today reports, the real toll is higher. "The million is clearly way under what the actual number will be," said a doctor and the CEO of New...

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Trump Campaign Slams Jeff Sessions For…

President Donald Trump's reelection campaign has sneered at former Trump administration AG Jeff Sessions. According to Business Insider, Sessions is trying to get his position back as a Republican US senator for Alabama. However, the Trump campaign has endorsed Sessions' runoff opponent. Even more humiliatingly, the campaign sent a letter to Sessions calling him "delusional" for running as a supporter of the president. Sessions was the first sitting US Senator to endorse the then-candidate for president in 2016. Even after being fired from his AG post in 2018, Sessions has never publicly criticized President Trump.

Experts Say Coronavirus Can Spread Through…

A top health expert told the White House the virus can be spread via aerosolized droplets created by talking or breathing.