The signs go beyond a fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
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'We are on the verge of a massive collapse': Ex-Energy Secretary Perry says COVID-19 will ravage oil industry
"I'm telling you, we are on the verge of a massive collapse," Perry said of the impact the plunge in oil prices could have on U.S. operators.
The U.S. Navy on Wednesday declined to rule out punishing the captain of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, who wrote a scathing letter to Navy leadership asking for stronger measures to control a coronavirus outbreak onboard. In a four-page letter, the contents of which were confirmed by U.S. officials to Reuters on Tuesday, Captain Brett Crozier described a bleak situation aboard the nuclear-powered carrier as more sailors tested positive for the virus.
HBO Will Stream 500 Hours of Free Programming, Including Full Seasons of ‘Veep,’ ‘The Sopranos,’ ‘Silicon Valley’
HBO is unlocking its biggest trove of free programming ever -- in a goodwill gesture as people look for a diversion during the COVID-19 pandemic. The WarnerMedia-owned premium cabler is making almost 500 hours of programming available to stream for free (without ads) for a limited time on HBO Now and HBO Go services without […]
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John Stamos's 'Full House' cast members stunned to learn he took home this iconic prop from the show
The "Full House" actor presented a key piece of furniture from the set in his own home Tuesday on Instagram.
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One nurse found a fun way to spread joy beyond the walls of the hospital using TikTok to share upbeat dance videos amid the coronavirus pandemic. Kala Baker, a nurse at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri, joined "GMA" via FaceTime on Wednesday along with her colleagues to talk about those videos that quickly gained millions of views on the social media platform. Baker's dance videos have racked up over three million views and she said the outpouring love from people who have watched has been "amazing."
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If you're looking for a way to help amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, an easy way is to stop grocery shopping until April 4th to allow those with WIC, SNAP, and other benefits to access needed supplies.