- 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."
The new data has the agency reviewing its guidelines on face masks, CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield said, but having them available for medical workers is still the priority
The man who has become the voice of reason and science from the daily White House coronavirus briefings was positively circumspect today about a declaration from one of the Pandemic physicians of a possible COVID-19 vaccine. “I don’t know this specific individual, what they’re doing, but I can tell you there’s a lot of activity […]
- EntertainmentGood Housekeeping
Garth Brooks’ Proposal to His Wife Trisha Yearwood Was Reportedly “Overshadowed” by Carrie Underwood
The country artists got married back in 2005.
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.
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Video Trump says he doesn’t want a nationwide stay-at-home order because some states don’t have a high number of coronavirus cases
At the coronavirus task force briefing, President Trump said he didn’t want to issue a nationwide stay-at-home order to fight the pandemic because there are some states that don’t have a large number of positive coronavirus cases.
- BusinessThe Independent
Donald Trump and his top military commanders announced a new operation to combat "Mexican drug cartels" and other Central and South American narcotics organisations – saying he fears "losing ground" to such groups."We will defend our country regardless of the cost," Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said during a White House briefing. "You will not get past jump street.