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April 3, 2020

As coronavirus cases increase, US hospitals adopt systems to rank patients for treatment, based on chances of survival and life expectancy
Tracking virus cases | Newsletter | Podcast | Q&A | CNN town hall ... click to read more

Tracking the virus: Coronavirus cases in the US by state
Tracking Covid-19 cases in the US ... click to read more

Coronavirus cases top 1 million globally
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Acosta to Trump: Who dropped the ball?
CNN's Jim Acosta asks President Donald Trump who in his administration dropped the ball on preparing for a possible pandemic, citing the lack of masks and other medical equipment. ... click to read more

Facts First: Trump administration edits national stockpile website a day after it contradicted Jared Kushner
The website of the Strategic National Stockpile was edited on Friday to soften language about how the stockpile is supposed to be used by states -- a day after media outlets reported that the original version contradicted a claim by senior White House official Jared Kushner. ... click to read more

Watch: CDC says you should wear a mask. Trump explains why he won't.
The CDC issued guidance that all Americans should wear masks to prevent infecting others with the coronavirus. President Trump explains why he doesn't want to wear one. ... click to read more

Trump announces new face mask recommendations after heated internal debate
• Analysis: 10 leaders who mattered most on coronavirus response this week • Supplies could be delayed due to confusion from the White House, companies say ... click to read more

This interview left Erin Burnett in tears. You will be, too
• These are the faces of some of the US coronavirus victims • Married for 51 years, they died of Covid-19 six minutes apart ... click to read more

Bodies being left in the streets in this overwhelmed city
The streets of Ecuador's western city of Guayaquil are deserted, with few residents in sight -- and a few dead, as bodies are being left in the streets of this overwhelmed place. ... click to read more

CNN's Brooke Baldwin tests positive for coronavirus
• Analysis: 10 leaders who mattered most on coronavirus response this week • Supplies could be delayed due to confusion from the White House, companies say • Analysis: Wildest lines from Trump's childish letter to Schumer ... click to read more

Bus driver posted angry video about coughing passenger. He died days later
A bus driver in Detroit shared a video expressing his frustration with a passenger who was not taking proper precautions to prevent the spread of any illnesses. Days later, that bus driver, Jason Hargrove, died. ... click to read more

Opinion: Jared Kushner's spine-chilling role
President Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, seldom speaks to the public. Now we know why. When he stood at the White House podium on Thursday, what Americans heard was a spine-chilling performance from a believer in small government, delivered at a time when only big government ... click to read more

Fact check: Trump, Pence stumble over clinical details while touting virus treatments
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Man dies after hundreds exposed to coronavirus walked around a major airport
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Opinion: Removing the USS Theodore Roosevelt captain was reckless and foolish
Citing "extremely poor judgement," acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly on Thursday foolishly removed the commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, Capt. Brett Crozier, from his post. ... click to read more

What 'Contagion' writer says he can't believe happened in this real pandemic
The writer of the movie "Contagion" Scott Z. Burns says he could have never anticipated the government's response to this very real pandemic. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports. ... click to read more

Corona beer stops production
Production of Corona beer is being temporarily suspended in Mexico because of the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

Sailors cheer for Navy captain who sounded coronavirus alarm
• Opinion: Removing the USS Theodore Roosevelt captain was reckless and foolish • Navy hospital ship deployed to NYC with 1,000 bed capacity is only treating 20 patients ... click to read more

Most student loan payments are suspended. Here's what you need to know
In an unprecedented move, the US government is automatically suspending payments and waiving interest on federal student loans for six months, providing immediate relief for more than 20 million people currently paying off their debt. ... click to read more

Is an 'immunity certificate' the way out of coronavirus lockdown?
Perhaps half the world's population is living under some form of restriction to help curb the spread of coronavirus. Many are starting to wonder when and how these tough limits on everyday activities will end. ... click to read more

Worried about infection from take-out? Watch these 3 tips
Follow these guidelines when handling food bought from the grocery store or ordered to your door to reduce your exposure to the novel coronavirus. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. ... click to read more

Coronavirus symptoms: A list and when to seek help
What are the telling signs that you may have the novel coronavirus which causes Covid-19? ... click to read more

Here's what experts say about face masks
Should you or shouldn't you wear a face mask during the coronavirus pandemic? Here's what health organizations and top experts say. ... click to read more

What California is doing right in responding to the coronavirus pandemic
The Grand Princess cruise ship floated for days off the coast of San Francisco in early March like an omen to a coming disaster. ... click to read more

The United States Tennis Association says we should not be playing tennis right now
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) released a statement Friday advising not to play tennis during the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

Coronavirus first hit parts of Washington state. Now there are signs of hope
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Dr. Gupta demonstrates how to keep your groceries coronavirus-free
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta demonstrates the proper way to wipe down grocery or take-out items, and how to remove contaminated gloves without compromising your hands. ... click to read more

In the 1918 flu pandemic, not wearing a mask was illegal in some parts of America. What changed?
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People living in vans and RVs are getting squeezed during pandemic
A family with two young kids, a young woman who'd escaped a tiny expensive flat in Barcelona, and a group of young friends who adored traveling. After weeks of bouncing around, this group of nomads had finally managed to find a place to live. ... click to read more

Women are using code words at pharmacies to escape domestic violence during lockdown
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Opinion: In isolation, forget the shred
Many of us have already endured weeks of Covid-19-induced social distancing and lockdowns. The United Kingdom -- where I'm isolating -- is entering its second week of a nationwide ban on leaving home for nonessential reasons. ... click to read more

Bill Withers, 'Ain't No Sunshine' singer, has died at 81
Bill Withers, the singer-songwriter whose soulful hits "Lean On Me," Ain't No Sunshine" and "Lovely Day" became part of the soundtrack for a generation, has died. ... click to read more

See Disney employees raise American flag in empty park
Despite the park being empty, Disney World employees are still raising the American flag each day. ... click to read more

Selena Gomez shares that she has bipolar disorder
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See lawmakers' unique stay-at-home messages
Lawmakers are taking aim at "knuckleheads" and "idiots" and getting creative about how they tell people to "stay the beep home." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports. ... click to read more

An Oklahoma newspaper apologized for its coronavirus April Fools' story
An Oklahoma newspaper has retracted a coronavirus-related story it published on April Fools Day that caused panic among parents and teachers. ... click to read more

'The Masked Singer' reveals the White Tiger's identity
Watch to find out which celeb was underneath the White Tiger costume. ... click to read more

The Rock, in a towel, sings ultimate hand-washing song for 'Moana' fans
Dwayne Johnson is making sure his youngest child has strong hand washing game with a little help from "Moana." ... click to read more

The hilltop fortress town that cut itself off from the world -- and coronavirus
The fortress town of Zahara de la Sierra in southern Spain is used to fending off enemies. The Moors and Christians fought over it in medieval times, and it was sacked by the French in 1812. Now its formidable position high above the Andalusian countryside has suddenly become an invaluable asset on... click to read more

Kushner's remark leaves Bernie Sanders shaking his head
CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) about White House senior adviser Jared Kushner's recent comments on the strategic national medical stockpile. ... click to read more

Jane Fonda revives iconic workout on TikTok
Jane Fonda posted her very first TikTok of herself doing the famous "Jane Fonda Workout" in order to raise climate crisis awareness. ... click to read more

In the Hamptons and Martha's Vineyard, locals fear wealthy coronavirus refugees
Tensions are rising as city dwellers flock to resort communities like the Hamptons, Martha's Vineyard and Newport, Rhode Island, looking for respite from coronavirus hotspots. But some year-round residents fear the influx of people will spread the virus and stretch local resources thin. ... click to read more

What the pandemic means for Easter shopping
It may not feel like it, but Easter is just around the corner. ... click to read more

Doctors use TikTok to share coronavirus news
Ali Raja spends his nine-hour shifts in the emergency room at Massachusetts General Hospital treating gunshot wounds, sprained ankles, heart attacks and now a growing number of coronavirus cases. ... click to read more

Covid-19 is ravaging the music world
A dispiriting couple of weeks in the lives of music fans have now climaxed with the death of Bill Withers, whose lean, leathery-tough vocals on such pop classics as "Ain't No Sunshine," "Use Me," "Just the Two of Us" and "Lean on Me" were deeply woven into the soundtracks of several generations' li... click to read more

'Tiger King' is addictive and scary
If you ever need an example of how misogyny in America is alive and well -- or how we elected Donald Trump as president -- look no further than the victim-blaming response to the new Netflix documentary "Tiger King." ... click to read more

Brooklyn doctor: What we need to feel safe
Not long ago, my colleagues and I swore the Hippocratic Oath, which requires new physicians to uphold the highest ethical standards. ... click to read more

100,000 Americans don't have to die
On Tuesday, the White House projected an alarming possibility: Between 100,000 and 240,000 Americans could die from the Covid-19 pandemic, despite the efforts in place to minimize the spread of the disease. Yet these 100,000 to 240,000 deaths are not inevitable. Far from it. As of Thursday night th... click to read more

When a president ignored science
The sickness is hidden at first; nobody knows if they have it, if they are a carrier. There is confusion too. Many questions about how the infection spreads. People don't curb risky behavior. Scientists warn about exponential growth in the number of cases. People start to get sick. They cough, gasp... click to read more

I watched as US largely ignored Italy's suffering
When on March 13 my husband, Dan, came down with Covid-19 symptoms — high fever, dry cough, chills — my first reaction was rage, and then panic. Rage because I had spent the previous two weeks telling him to wash his hands and stay home, close the office, don't take the subway. Panic because I am I... click to read more

God sent me an angel on Facebook
Not so long ago, I believed social media was my nemesis. ... click to read more

There are fears a coronavirus crisis looms in Tokyo. Is it too late to change course?
Each day seems to bring more bad news for Tokyo. ... click to read more

FDA changes course and allows China's KN95 mask to be used in US
The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday changed its position on a sought-after type of respirator from China, the KN95, announcing that the agency will authorize the mask for use in healthcare settings if it meets certain criteria. ... click to read more

Why Japanese workers won't stay home during the coronavirus pandemic
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Germany testing tuberculosis drug as coronvirus treatment
A microbiologist in Germany believes that the use of an updated version of a 100-year-old Tuberculosis vaccine may work as an intermediate treatment for Covid-19. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports. ... click to read more

Journalist says she unknowingly infected others with coronavirus at her mom's birthday party. Two died
Journalist Alice Stockton-Rossini hosted a 90th birthday for her mother last month in New Jersey. At the time, the radio host said, she had no idea she'd been infected with coronavirus while covering an outbreak in New Rochelle, New York. ... click to read more

The US economy lost 701,000 jobs in March — worst report since 2009
The American economy lost more jobs than it gained for the first time in a decade. ... click to read more

A server couldn't pay rent. Then a stranger helped
Thanks to a total stranger, a now-jobless Los Angeles waitress will be able to pay her rent. ... click to read more

Man with coronavirus symptoms went to hospital to see his partner give birth
A woman who gave birth in a New York hospital was discharged after she started showing symptoms of coronavirus. ... click to read more

A wedding photographer like no other
Ripped trousers, last-minute cigarettes, grandmas on the dance floor -- these are not your typical wedding photos. ... click to read more

Why we still love big cat prints
It's no wonder Netflix's latest docu-series "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" has enthralled viewers around the world. The feud between Joe Exotic -- the gay, gun-toting, mullet-sporting, litigious "Tiger King" of Oklahoma -- and his nemesis, Carole Baskin, is a story for the ages. ... click to read more

The story behind Audrey Hepburn's little black dress
Remember when actress Audrey Hepburn turned a sleek black dress into an enduring symbol of understated style? It was 1961, and Hepburn was playing the part of troubled call girl Holly Golightly in Blake Edwards' "Breakfast at Tiffany's," based on the novella by Truman Capote. ... click to read more

Harry Styles defies gender norms in bold magazine cover shoot
Harry Styles has appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and GQ. But the singer's recent cover is the most provocative yet. ... click to read more

The game-changing typeface that's ruled for decades
Even if you've never heard of it, Helvetica has been part of your life. This typeface is, very literally, everywhere: computer screens, billboards, buildings, street signs and posters. ... click to read more

'Hawaii Five-O' says 'Aloha'
After 10 years and 240 episodes, "Hawaii Five-O" washes ashore for the last time on April 3, at a moment when escaping into the series -- whose predecessor embodied what came to be known as "blue sky" shows -- has perhaps never felt quite so welcome. ... click to read more

The new star of the 'Late Show'
Stephen Colbert had a co-host for his latest "Late Show" monologue -- his adorable dog, Benny. ... click to read more

Alicia Keys puts her spin on 'My House'
Alicia Keys took to a studio corner to freestyle her own coronavirus-themed version of the Flo Rida hit, "My House." ... click to read more

Zoom CEO apologizes for having 'fallen short' on privacy and security
The founder and CEO of Zoom has apologized to the video conferencing app's millions of users after coming under fire for a host of privacy issues at a time when it has emerged as a vital social and professional lifeline for many. ... click to read more

Amazon says it's taking coronavirus seriously. Workers say the company is endangering their health
Amid mounting criticism of its pandemic response, Amazon on Thursday said it is rapidly expanding temperature checks for its employees and that it has nearly completed its hiring spree of 100,000 additional workers at its distribution centers. ... click to read more





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