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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.

The Surprising Story Behind Prince William And…

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

Countries Make It Against The Law To Fake Having…

This April Fools' Day, very few people are in the mood for being pranked — or for reading news stories more surreal than what is already happening.

Iconic Italian Restaurant Chain Goes Bust As…

The beloved restaurant chain that has served Italian fare for the better part of 3 decades has called in bankruptcy administrators.

Law firm criticized by USSF asks to withdraw from…

The law firm whose arguments critical of American women's players led to the resignation of U.S. Soccer Federation president Carlos Cordeiro has asked to withdraw from representing the federation in the lawsuit

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Trump Claims He's 'Number 1 On Facebook' Even…

The White House held a briefing.

Cat Tests Positive For COVID-19

Though human-to-pet transmission of the virus was thought to be extremely rare, health officials say a cat appears to have contracted COVID-19.

5 Ways Coronavirus Will Change the Way We Eat

5 Ways Coronavirus Will Change the Way We Eat COVID-19 will change many things about the way we live. Here are 5 ways it will change how we eat. 1. More home cooking 2. More healthy eating 3. More food safety 4. Less exotic foods 5. More local eating

Retail Giants Begin Cutting Off Pay To Workers

Tens of thousands of retail workers who had to quit going to work when their stores were temporarily closed will now lose their paychecks.

Costco Draws the Line on Customers

Costco shoppers, take note: The retail giant says starting Friday it will only allow up to two people inside stores on each membership card, USA Today reports. The company—which has seen huge lineups amid waves of panic buying— announced Wednesday that the "temporary change is for your safety and...

FBi Looks Into Video Messaging Service Zoom

The FBI made an official warning against video messaging service Zoom. New York’s Attorney General’s office made an inquiry into its cybersecurity practices. According to Gizmodo, this came after a string of disturbing takeovers of teleconferences. People doing it call it “Zoobombing” where they join any public meeting using the app’s screen-sharing mode. All Zoom meetings are public by default and must be changed to make it private.

Prince Charles Has Recovered From The Coronavirus

​The prince's office said Monday his doctor had cleared him to come out of self-isolation.

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Air pollution plummeting worldwide

There has been a major reduction in air pollution worldwide due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dexter Henry explores how air quality has changed with people sheltering in place.

L.A. Originals

Trailer for 'L.A. Originals' starring Mister Cartoon, Estevan Oriol

All Those Teddy Bears? It's a Pandemic Game

Keep seeing teddy bears in windows on your street? It's no ursine invasion. It's part of a worldwide game created to cheer up children during the coronavirus pandemic, Time reports. Inspired by Michael Rosen's 1989 book We're Going on a Bear Hunt , residents of the US, England, and New Zealand...

New Orleans jazz patriarch Ellis Marsalis dead at…

Ellis Marsalis, jazz pianist, teacher and patriarch of a New Orleans musical family that includes famed musician sons Wynton and Branford, has died

Dog Left Tied Up Outside Church Is Rescued

A dog left outside a church has been rescued.

FDA Calls for Zantac to Be Pulled From Market

FDA Calls for Zantac to Be Pulled From Market The FDA is instructing that all prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine drugs, known by brand name Zantac, are pulled from the market immediately. Over the counter Zantac is used to treat acid reflux and heartburn. An ongoing investigation has determined that contaminant levels in these heartburn medications increase over time. When stored at higher-than-normal temperatures, these contaminants pose a risk to public health. The contaminant, N-nitrosodimethylamine or NDMA, is the probable human carcinogen that the FDA has been investigating since 2019. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the FDA advises against returning medicine to a drug take-back location and suggests following disposal instructions on the medication guide instead.

After 32 Years, Convict Walks Into Pandemic

"Just don't be hugging everybody," a correctional officer advised Joe Bryan shortly before the 79-year-old walked out of Texas State Penitentiary for the first time in 32 years on Tuesday. It was well-meaning advice in the midst of a pandemic. But "that is like telling a dog to stay out...

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Mexico Receives Coronavirus Supplies After Viral…

Mexico’s top diplomat thanked two Chinese charities for donating medical supplies. This was to help reduce risk of the coronavirus outbreak, reports Reuters. It all started with an online message that went viral. “Thank you China!!!” Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard wrote in a Twitter post late Tuesday night. He linked his tweet to a local news report about the donated supplies. The Jack Ma Foundation and the Alibaba Foundation provided the gifts. 100,000 masks, 50,000 test kits and five respirators will arrived in Mexico midnight on Tuesday.

More Than 1,000 NYPD Officers Have COVID-19

NYPD's Police Chief said more than 6,000 officers called out sick on Wednesday.