- BusinessYahoo Finance
Trump risks a worse recession--or even back-to-back downturns--if he pushes to reopen the US economy too soon.
As the coronavirus pandemic that originated in a central Chinese city has gone global, thousands of factories in China have nimbly turned to a new and very profitable market –- face masks for export. At the height of China's outbreak in early February, Guan Xunze's company created a new mask factory in just eleven days. The factory, with five production lines in northeastern China, made the much-needed N95 face masks which were in huge demand as infection numbers surged.
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A reporter’s hilarious reaction to an approaching herd of Yellowstone bison is the laugh we need right now Your entire feed right now is coronavirus. And possibly Tiger King, but mostly, coronavirus. That’s why it’s welcome relief to see the hilarity that is a reporter nope-ing right out of a live recording at Yellowstone National 
- U.S.FOX News Videos
During a crisis, there's a tendency to overstate needs for your state, says former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
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Blum played Rosanna Arquette’s husband in the 1985 comedy Desperately Seeking Susan.
- LifestyleCountry Living
These really take us back.From Country Living
The analysis, using data from governments, hospitals and other sources, predicts that the number of U.S. deaths could vary widely, ranging from as low as around 38,000 to as high as around 162,000. The variance is due in part to disparate rates of the spread of the virus in different regions, which experts are still struggling to explain, said Dr. Christopher Murray, director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, who led the study. The duration of the virus means there may be a need for social distancing measures for longer than initially expected, although the country may eventually be able relax restrictions if it can more effectively test and quarantine the sick, Murray said.