‘Shutdown everywhere’ for at least 10 weeks? Bill Gates warns there’s ‘no middle ground’ in the coronavirus fight
That's Microsoft (MSFT)founder Bill Gates urging the government to enforce a nationwide shutdown in an op-ed in the Washington Post on Tuesday. Despite urging from public health experts, some states and counties haven't shut down completely,” he said. In some states, beaches are still open; in others, restaurants still serve sit-down meals.
Our cellphones go with us everywhere, even when we're not supposed to leave.
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State troopers were shocked to discover a pit bull behind the wheel during an intense high-speed chase.
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It's important to keep your pantry stocked with staple food and snacks while staying home during the coronavirus outbreak.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave an emotional nod Wednesday to his younger brother, CNN's Chris Cuomo, who announced Tuesday his coronavirus diagnosis.
The US Department of Justice has reportedly sought a broad expansion of its authority during emergencies—much like the one in which the country now finds itself. America has allowed indefinite detention before, and recently. This is, according to Andrea Pitzer, an expert on mass detention and author of One Long Night: A Global History of Concentration Camps, exactly the climate that could lead a country down a path it may eventually regret.
YouTuber and online personality lowlifeduramax, real name Michael, caught our attention in February when he put rear tracks on his recently purchased Tesla Model 3. It didn't happen that day, but his Model 3 did indeed break. Contrary to common sense, Michael now seems to be wondering why Tesla is not honoring his warranty.