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April 7, 2020

The origin of coronavirus is debated. But genetic detective work is leading scientists to point at one animal suspect. 
In photos | Newsletter | Podcast | Q&A | How to help ... click to read more

Coroners worry Covid-19 test shortages could lead to uncounted deaths
Jill Romann, the coroner in Douglas County, Colorado, was so desperate for coronavirus tests that she began calling hospitals in the middle of the night to avoid management, begging whoever was on duty for one or two test kits. ... click to read more

Paris announces daytime ban on outdoor exercise
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Streets of China: See what they look like now
As China emerges after months of lockdown, people are back on city streets and crowds flocking to popular destinations. CNN's David Culver reports on the cautious optimism officials are warning. ... click to read more

NYPD: 12 dead from suspected coronavirus cases
The New York City Police Department has lost its 12th member to a suspected case of coronavirus. ... click to read more

Tracking the virus: US death toll tops 10,300
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Chris Cuomo: My secret to kicking this virus
CNN's Chris Cuomo talks about advice given to him by a pulmonary expert on how to fight Covid-19 and says you have to fight back against the virus to beat it. ... click to read more

Podcast: Doctors' difficult decisions
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Trump disputes HHS IG report, repeats other false claims at Monday's coronavirus briefing
During his coronavirus briefing Monday, President Donald Trump clashed with reporters and made a number of false and misleading claims. Here's our fact check below, which will be updated as we check his claims. ... click to read more

Cooper rips Trump for 'hijacking' coronavirus briefing to 'rewrite history'
CNN's Anderson Cooper criticizes President Trump's behavior at the press conference of the coronavirus task force. ... click to read more

Analysis: Trump lashes out when confronted with critiques
President Donald Trump's contempt for science and disdain for experts who question his political narratives are driving his increasingly defensive and brittle management of the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

As US nears 11,000 deaths, White House is optimistic about social distancing
The US coronavirus death toll is nearing 11,000 as the country prepares for what the President said will be a "difficult" week and a half. ... click to read more

Acting Navy secretary apologizes for calling ousted aircraft carrier captain 'stupid'
Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly blasted the now-ousted commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, Capt. Brett Crozier, as "stupid" in an address to the ship's crew Monday morning. ... click to read more

Wisconsin holds its primary election in the middle of a pandemic
Wisconsin on Tuesday is holding its primary in the middle of a pandemic. ... click to read more

Analysis: Why public approval of Trump's coronavirus response may not save him
There's a potential political time bomb ticking for President Donald Trump in the public reaction to his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

Watch the question Trump wouldn't let Dr. Fauci answer
President Trump has touted the drug Hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19, but there are no definitive studies on the drug and some doctors worry about the possible harm it could cause. ... click to read more

Trump announces face mask manufacturing deal with 3M after contentious negotiations
President Donald Trump announced the "saga" between his administration and 3M has ended with the finalization of a deal that will see the manufacturer supplying millions of masks for health care workers. ... click to read more

UK PM gets oxygen treatment in ICU amid questions about who's running country
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been receiving oxygen treatment for coronavirus in intensive care, a senior member of the Cabinet confirmed. ... click to read more

Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean's body found
The body of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean has been found by divers, police said. ... click to read more

Opinion: Why Americans share the pain of Kennedy tragedies
Maeve Kennedy McKean's body was recovered this afternoon while her 8-year-old son, Gideon, is presumed dead after going missing Thursday night in the Chesapeake Bay near Annapolis, Maryland. McKean -- the daughter of former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend and the granddaughter of former... click to read more

Global stocks and US futures move higher on coronavirus optimism
Global stocks and US futures advanced on Tuesday on hopes that the coronavirus crisis may be easing in some of the places that have been hit hardest. ... click to read more

Cuomo shares chest X-rays. Here's what they mean
After CNN's Chris Cuomo tested positive for the coronavirus, he shared his chest X-rays with Dr. Sanjay Gupta to demonstrate how the virus impacts the lungs. ... click to read more

Mayors take lead in states where governors fight stringent stay-at-home orders
Steve Benjamin, the Democratic mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, was fed up as he waited for his state's Republican governor to follow in the footsteps of states up and down the East Coast and issue a statewide stay-at-home order. ... click to read more

Los Angeles crime plunges during pandemic
Los Angeles has seen a 23% drop in crime in the past month as California has been under a stay at home order to fight the spread of coronavirus, the city's police chief said. ... click to read more

China to release tourist 'blacklist' after Great Wall vandalized on re-opening day
Officials in China are hoping the threat of public shaming will prevent tourists from defacing the country's most famous icon -- the Great Wall. ... click to read more

Japan to declare state of emergency
Much of Japan will enter a state of emergency Tuesday, as the country struggles to rein in the coronavirus pandemic, months after the first domestic cases were reported. ... click to read more

Dr. Gupta: Here's what this means for Boris Johnson
Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses British Prime Minister Boris Johnson being moved to the intensive care unit after being diagnosed and hospitalized with the coronavirus. ... click to read more

Auto insurance companies return $800 million in premiums because no one is driving
Two insurers -- Allstate and American Family Insurance -- announced Monday they will give back about $800 million to their auto insurance customers because people are driving far less during the coronavirus crisis. ... click to read more

Many older Americans aren't sticking to social distancing guidelines. Here's why
Last week, a 99-year-old New Jersey man who went to an engagement party was arrested in New Jersey for defying the state's ban on gatherings. In a separate case, a 100-year-old man violated a stay-at-home order by attending a funeral. ... click to read more

Actress who fronted 'Stay Home' campaign arrested after hosting a party during lockdown
Nigerian actress Funke Akindele-Bello has been arrested after hosting a birthday party for her husband during a lockdown in the country -- despite fronting a 'Stay Home' campaign. ... click to read more

What you should know if you need a haircut
People across the internet are sharing their at-home haircuts, but professional stylists are warning against a DIY cut. ... click to read more

Coronavirus symptoms: 10 key indicators and what to do
Scientists are learning more each day about the mysterious novel coronavirus and the symptoms of Covid-19, the disease it causes. ... click to read more

Pregnant women with coronavirus don't experience more severe illness than others as they do with SARS and flu, study says
A majority of pregnant women who are diagnosed with coronavirus don't experience more severe illness than the general population, according to a new study. ... click to read more

Doctor with virus made goodbye video to her kids
Intensive care doctor Julie John shares emotional message to her kids just in case she died. Dr.John is getting better, but will be under quarantine for another 7-14 days. ... click to read more

Beauty queen hangs up her crown to return to work as a doctor
A beauty queen who was crowned Miss England in 2019 has returned to the United Kingdom from overseas charity work to continue her career as a doctor amid the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

The mystery of why the coronavirus kills some young people
When 30-year-old Ben Luderer started to feel sick, he wasn't that surprised. Just a few days earlier, his wife, Brandy, had tested positive for coronavirus, but there wasn't much to it. ... click to read more

Singer Duffy says she was drugged, taken to another country and raped
Duffy has revealed harrowing details of a four-week ordeal during which she says she was drugged at a restaurant on her birthday, taken to a foreign county and raped by an unnamed attacker. ... click to read more

Chernobyl radiation levels spike
Radiation levels in the Chernobyl exclusion area are at more than twice the normal level as two forest fires rage nearby. ... click to read more

'I've got a private island' UFC president says events will go ahead
As other sports search for solutions on how to carry out events in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, UFC president Dana White believes he has come up with a creative resolution. ... click to read more

Two children hospitalized after eating THC-infused candy accidentally given out by a local food bank
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Lonely 4-year-old sings 'All By Myself' while in self-quarantine
The coronavirus quarantine is getting to 4-year-old Bryson and his mom caught a video of him singing "All By Myself" while he made a sandwich. ... click to read more

Kroger and Walmart test one-way aisles as a coronavirus preventative measure
The one-way aisle is the latest traffic-control measure to be implemented by US grocery retailers to encourage physical distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

'Tiger King' zoo owner says the show is coming back
Jeff Lowe of the Netflix series "Tiger King" was seen in a Twitter video announcing an additional episode of the series set to air "next week." Netflix has not confirmed the episode. ... click to read more

Zoo tried to get pandas to mate for 10 years. When coronavirus shut the zoo down, they did
It seems all these giant pandas needed was a little privacy. ... click to read more

How to get your family to help with household chores, starting today
With most states ordering Americans to stay at home in compliance with social distancing, household labor might be piling up faster than you can handle. ... click to read more

Trump berates reporters when asked about report by his own administration
President Trump got upset with reporters when asked about a report by HHS Inspector General Christi Grimm, who Trump appointed. ... click to read more

CEO predicts a 'major recession' is on its way
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon used his annual shareholder letter to detail just how bad he thinks the US economy can get from the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

YouTube tries to limit spread of false 5G coronavirus conspiracy theories
YouTube and other social media platforms are taking steps to limit the spread of conspiracy theories falsely connecting 5G networks and the coronavirus pandemic after a string of attacks on cell phone towers. ... click to read more

Quarantined Lyft and Uber drivers are fighting for coronavirus pay
When Michelle, a rideshare driver for Uber and Lyft in North Carolina, came down with a fever and a cough in late March, she feared she might have coronavirus. ... click to read more

Tesla's working on making ventilators from car parts
Tesla engineers are working on a ventilator made largely from car parts, according to a YouTube video the automaker posted on Sunday. ... click to read more

Navarro's laughable claim that he knows better than Fauci
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has yet to embrace hydroxychloroquine, the drug the President touts, without evidence, as a miracle treatment for Covid-19. ... click to read more

The coronavirus blame game: It's not just Trump
In our polarized world, we are united by one truth: Covid-19 has no political objective, no media bias, and no social agenda. It is an equal opportunity killer. People are dying in isolation, working alone in their basement, and sobbing on empty street corners normally full of life. As we long for ... click to read more

Trump's bizarrely insufficient use of the DPA
Under the Defense Production Act (DPA), President Donald Trump holds enormous power to put essential lifesaving equipment into the hands of medical professionals on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis. Trump typically exercises executive power aggressively but thus far he has taken a tepid, c... click to read more

A pandemic is no time to go federal
America's federalist system has always fostered political competition. By dividing power between the national government and the states, it contributes to important differences in how individual states are governed. While this might have some upsides with regards to things like tax policy or develo... click to read more

This is how we conquer Covid-19
Since we lack effective drugs or a vaccine, there are only two ways to stop the Covid-19 epidemic short of catastrophe. They both involve stopping infectious individuals from spreading the disease. ... click to read more

Call your grandparents
On his three-season porch in suburban Boston, my 90-year-old grandfather takes a break from watching the news. He sits in a worn green-cushioned chair, smoking his pipe and rereading a Lee Child novel. Jack Reacher, he reminds me over the phone, is big and tall; Tom Cruise was all wrong for the mov... click to read more

German experts have a plan to reopen the economy
How do you restart an economy that's been shut down by a pandemic? The answer is: very, very carefully. ... click to read more

Pandemic may be giving Beijing an opening in the South China Sea
• Acting US Navy secretary apologizes for calling ousted carrier captain 'stupid' ... click to read more

Boris Johnson in ICU, Raab deputized to step in as needed
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has deputized Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to step in as leader as necessary after Johnson was moved to an intensive care unit after contracting the Covid-19 coronavirus. CNN's Max Foster reports. ... click to read more

Venezuelan refugees are returning home amid the coronavirus pandemic
Venezuelans who once fled their homes for neighboring Colombia are now returning to their country. ... click to read more

Great Barrier Reef suffers third mass bleaching event in five years
Australia's Great Barrier Reef has experienced its most widespread bleaching event on record, with the south of the reef bleaching extensively for the first time, a new survey has found. ... click to read more

A fire at a Florida airport destroyed more than 3,500 rental cars
A fire that spread through a grassy area of Southwest Florida International Airport has destroyed thousands of rental cars, fire department officials said. ... click to read more

Oklahoma judge blocks state order restricting abortion during coronavirus outbreak
An Oklahoma federal judge blocked a state executive order on Monday limiting abortion access during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic -- a win for abortion rights advocates who have challenged similar orders with mixed results. ... click to read more

ACLU suing for release of inmates at Louisiana facility where five prisoners have died
The ACLU sued the federal Bureau of Prisons on Monday, arguing that efforts to release inmates from a detention center in Oakdale, Louisiana, where five men have died from coronavirus, are moving too slowly. ... click to read more

NFL kicker who set a record for the longest field goal dies of coronavirus
Tom Dempsey, a journeyman NFL kicker who despite missing toes on his right foot set a field goal record that stood for more than four decades, has died of coronavirus, according to reports. ... click to read more

The fading bohemia of Los Angeles' Venice Beach
With its diverse cast of surfers, skaters, bodybuilders, aging hippies and street performers, Los Angeles' Venice Beach retains some of the bohemian charm that once put it at the heart of American pop culture. ... click to read more

Intimate photos of life under lockdown
Venturing out onto the streets of New York City, photographer Ashley Gilbertson spotted a young woman standing under an alcove in the financial district. He stopped to watch as she poked her head out a few times before emerging with an elderly man on her arm. ... click to read more

Famous stolen paintings: Where high art and low deeds collide
In Hollywood movies, the art thief has become something of a romantic legend. But away from the big screen, art looting is big and ugly business. ... click to read more

This home is a homage to some of the world's most influential black artists
The front door of Arthur Lewis' Los Angeles home opens to a room organized like an exhibition space. The marks of domesticity -- dining room table, mantel, fireplace, throw pillows -- are present, but engulfed by art. Paintings and sculptures grab all the attention, and maybe the intention, of the ... click to read more





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