According to a new lawsuit obtained by E! News, Lisa Vanderpump and husband Ken Todd are accused of breaking multiple labor laws at SUR, the restaurant known by fans of Vanderpump Rules.
Parents in a school district in Georgia, are demanding in-person classes. But hundreds of employees have tested positive or been exposed to COVID-19, revealing the biggest blind spot in the fight to reopen schools
"The primary consideration should always be the safety, the health of the welfare of the children, as well as the teachers...," Anthony Fauci said.
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A psychologist explains why people shouldn’t feel guilty taking time off from work during the pandemic
"At a time when many of us have shifted to working from home, it's hard to know how to take time off, and yet it is probably the most important time to," Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
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Dan Le Batard apologizes after running poll asking if fans thought Jonathan Isaac’s ACL tear was funny
Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac tore his ACL on Sunday, days after he decided not to kneel for the national anthem.
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Florida man arrested, charged with murder after fatally shooting Burger King worker over drive-thru delay, police say
A Florida man fatally shot a Burger King employee over a long drive-thru line, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
In some states with moderate case counts, experts are seeing "that same insidious increase in percent positive that we had seen and pointed out ... in states like Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Minnesota and others", Fauci said during an interview with the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Fauci said last week that he was seeing signs the surge of COVID-19 cases could be peaking in the South and West while other areas were on the cusp of new outbreaks. Fauci said that it is crucial that the outbreak be contained before autumn, when influenza cases are likely to spike alongside COVID-19 and more people begin to move indoors, increasing the risk of contagion.