- EntertainmentYahoo Sports
Adam 'Edge' Copeland's return to WWE after nine years was spurred by a mountain bike accident. Now he's in a deeply personal feud at WrestleMania.
- U.S.Rolling Stone
Georgia’s Governor Says He Just Learned About How Coronavirus Spreads. He’s Either Lying or Incompetent
The governor of Georgia said he only just learned people who have coronavirus but are not showing symptoms can spread the disease, but the CDC and even Georgia's own department of public health have been warning of asymptomatic transmission for months
The non-profit organization Student Loan Borrower Assistance estimates that about nine million people in the US have at least one student loan that doesn't qualify for relief under the $2.2 trillion stimulus plan. In total, graduates in the US owe $175 billion in commercially-backed federal loans and $128 billion in private debt. Payments are due and interest will accrue on all of that despite the CARES Act, explains Georgetown University Law Center professor John Brooks, who specializes in student loan law.
- LifestyleGood Morning America
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."
- StyleFootwear News
Cavallari's shoes were the Vionic Alaina II.
- HealthNBC News
Some of the first warning signs can include extreme fatigue, weakness and chills. But other symptoms often follow.
A comedian offered donations in exchange for stories about Ellen DeGeneres being 'one of the meanest people alive.' He got 2,000 replies.
A Twitter thread asking for stories about Ellen DeGeneres being mean got nearly 2,000 replies, including stories about former employees.