• Entertainment
    USA TODAY Entertainment

    Kaley Cuoco says quarantine 'forced' her to move in with husband Karl Cook amid coronavirus

    Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook have been living under different roofs for the entirety of their marriage, but quarantine has forced them to live together.

  • Business
    The Conversation

    Coronavirus: the economic recovery won't only be U-shaped – it'll look like a wheelbarrow

    Starting to feel a little more optimistic? Look away now.

  • U.S.

    White Supremacist Groups Are Recruiting With Help From Coronavirus – and a Popular Messaging App

    As COVID-19 spreads around the world, white supremacist groups are seizing onto it to recruit and spread misinformation

  • World

    Wuhan’s traumatized residents warn that the lifting of lockdowns is “not the end”

    As the disease has spread around the world, with reported cases and deaths in the US and other European countries now far outstripping that of China and once unimaginable lockdowns now becoming the norm everywhere, the early days of the pandemic in Wuhan now feel like distant memories. At the start of the lockdown there, videos and posts circulated widely on Chinese social networks depicting the desperation of the situation. Hospitals were overwhelmed amid an acute shortage of testing kits and beds.

  • Celebrity

    Clinton Whistleblower Linda Tripp Dies At 70, Monica Lewinsky Reacts To Her Illness

    Linda Tripp, whose taped conversations with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky resulted in the 1998 impeachment of President Bill Clinton, died Wednesday morning of pancreatic cancer. She was 70 years old. Lewinsky took to Twitter after reports earlier in the day that Tripp was on her deathbed. “No matter the past, upon hearing that Linda Tripp is very seriously ill, I hope for her recovery,” Lewinsky tweeted. “I can’t imagine how difficult this is for her family.”Lewinsky and Tripp met while working together in the public affairs office. Lewinsky, who felt she needed someone to confide in about her relationship with Clinton, turned to Tripp, who was more than 20 years her senior. “I felt so deflated, and so desperate,” Lewinsky said in 2018’s The Clinton Affair. “And those were the conditions, along with some other things, that led to me confiding in Linda Tripp.” Tripp encouraged Lewinsky to document her affair and began secretly recording their conversations, which she eventually turned over to independent counsel Kenneth Starr for his investigation, in exchange for immunity against wiretapping charges. It was Tripp who also suggested Lewinsky shouldn’t have the infamous, semen-stained blue dress dry cleaned, a detail she gave Starr during his investigation. “It could be your only insurance policy down the road,” Tripp told Lewinsky. “Or it could never be needed and you can throw it away. But I, I never, ever want to read about you going off the deep end because someone comes out and calls you a stalker or something and you have, and he confirms it.”The then-23-year-old Lewinsky said she felt betrayed when Tripp, the whistleblower on Clinton’s sexual assault allegations, turned her in. Now, Lewinsky is setting aside history and mourning the loss of her former friend. no matter the past, upon hearing that linda tripp is very seriously ill, i hope for her recovery. i can’t imagine how difficult this is for her family. — Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) April 8, 2020In 2018, Tripp sat down with Slate’s Slow Burn podcast, being interviewed extensively about her role in the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal (Lewinsky did not participate in the podcast). In it, Tripp explains how she viewed Clinton’s relationship with Lewinsky as an abuse of power — a conclusion Lewinsky eventually came to herself, though it would take her years to get there. “How it was presented to the country initially is how it continues to be referred to today, which is an affair, the Lewinsky affair. But by virtue of using that word, one assumes it was in some way an actual relationship of sorts—romantic, physical, whatever, it was a relationship—which couldn’t be farther from the truth,” Tripp said on the podcast. “What it was was a series of encounters to address a physical need, a use of a young girl, and then the sort of cold, hard dismissal of her on any human level.” Tripp has said her only regret about telling Starr about Lewinsky’s relationship with Clinton was “not having to guts to do it sooner.”Tripp began working at the White House under President George H.W. Bush and was retained as part of Clinton’s staff before she moved to the Pentagon. She is survived by her family, and her daughter notified the public of her condition on Tuesday in a Facebook post where she wrote, “My mommy is leaving this earth. I don’t know myself if I can survive this heartache. Please pray for a painless process for the strongest woman I will ever know in my entire lifetime.”According to a Daily Mail report that revealed Tripp’s death, her husband and daughter where by her side in the ICU at the time of her passing. Her family said that they will not be hosting a funeral due to COVID-19 restrictions. Related Content:Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Jared Kushner Takes A Tacky Dig At Monica LewinskyTimeline Of Hillary & Bill Clinton's RelationshipMonica Lewinsky On Her New Cyberbullying Campaign

  • Health
    The Telegraph

    Coronavirus survivor describes tragedy of patient who cried out for his family before dying alone

    A coronavirus survivor has described the harrowing two hours in which a fellow patient cried out for his family before he died alone. Craig Farley-Jones, 43, said the heartbreaking scenes he witnessed on the Covid-19 ward at Tameside General Hospital, in Ashton-under-Lyne, would stay with him forever. Mr Farley-Jones spoke about the horrors virus patients were going through in an attempt to encourage people to take the lockdown seriously, "stay at home and hold on to your loved ones". He spent six days battling the virus before being discharged from hospital on Sunday. The software and marketing company director, from Hyde, Greater Manchester, said: "Everyone in the ward looked like death, but the man in the bed opposite me, who was about 65 or 70, was relaxed and talkative to start with despite being on maximum oxygen. "Later that day I could see he was struggling to breathe and starting to panic. I could see he was getting distressed, so I buzzed the nurses, but they couldn't calm him down. Something had changed – his stats went off the scale and it was past the point of return for him. They gave him something to calm him down and called for his kids, as this was obviously his final night.

  • Health
    Best Life

    15 Subtle Signs Your Loneliness Is Hurting Your Health 

    Have you ever asked yourself if your loneliness is unhealthy? Here are the subtle signs that you're inadvertently putting yourself in danger.