Russian Oil CEO Igor Sechin recently said that oil prices will reach $60 once enough US production is forced off the market, but how soon will that happen?
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Elizabeth Hurley shares sexy photo while in 'lockdown' with family: 'Finally washed my hair, put on some makeup'
The 54-year-old told fans she's quarantining in the countryside with family members and friends, some of whom are high-risk.
All My Children and Santa Barbara vet John Callahan died on Saturday morning after suffering a massive stroke at his home in Palm Desert, Calif. He was 66. "May flights of angels wing you to your rest, my dear friend," Callahan's ex-wife and former AMC screen partner, Eva La Rue, shared on Instagram. (The two […]
A New York nurse shared a chilling photo of coronavirus victims to show 'the ghastly reality of what' medical workers deal with on frontlines
The harrowing image shows the bodies of deceased COVID-19 patients being stored in a refrigerated truck outside the ambulance bay.
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Now that the coronavirus has locked down Madrid, my new boyfriend and I are stuck together in a borrowed apartment in a city neither of us calls home.
As humans retreat into their homes as more and more countries go under coronavirus lockdown, wild animals are slipping cover to explore the empty streets of some of our biggest cities. Wild boar have descended from the hills around Barcelona while sika deer are nosing their way around the deserted metro stations of Nara, Japan. While sightings of dolphins in Venice's canals turned out to be fanciful, they have been popping up in ports elsewhere in the Mediterranean as emboldened wildlife takes "free rein to wander our cities and towns", said Romain Julliard, head of research at the French Natural History Museum.