- BusinessThe Conversation
Prices are surging amid shortages and panic-buying – and we could soon be facing a public health disaster.
- PoliticsYahoo News
New Yahoo News/YouGov coronavirus poll: 59 percent of Americans say Trump's Easter timeline is 'too soon' to restart economy
A large majority of Americans disagree with President Trump that the nation’s battle against the coronavirus is winding down and that normal economic activity should resume sooner rather than later, according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll.
The college student who licked an airplane toilet said she'd 'pull up' and cough on Dr. Phil, who called her 'spoiled and entitled'
Ava Louise, who said she'd "rather die hot than live ugly" and who posted a TikTok of herself licking an airplane toilet, also criticized boomers.
‘Today’ Co-Anchor Hoda Kotb Breaks Down In Tears After Interviewing Drew Brees About $5 Million Donation To Help Coronavirus Victims
Today co-anchor Hoda Kotb broke down in tears on Friday after she interviewed New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who made a $5 million donation to help coronavirus victims in Louisiana. Kotb thanked Brees for his generous donation and said that other people will be inspired by it to contribute as well. "Drew, we love […]
We can't believe the stupidity, tbh.
This week, Total Bellas star Nikki Bella (who is, btw, pregnant at the exact same time as her sister Brie Bella, of course) has something to celebrate from her social isolation: She's over halfway through pregnancy! To which we say: Congrats. But also: Oh boy just wait until you see how the second half of […]
Many Americans are expecting a check from the federal government within the next month, as part of a stimulus package intended to provide the country financial relief as COVID-19 stresses physical and financial health around the world. Retirees and those who claim Social Security are a part of that group, though they may face some complications, experts said. Overall, the package is pretty straightforward surrounding the rebate checks: Americans who make no more than $75,000 will receive $1,200, and double that if they are married and making $150,000 or less.