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The majority of the US population has been under some kind of stay-at-home directive as state leaders work to prevent the spread of coronavirus.



But, some states are starting to make moves to reopen their economies. President Trump indicated many states can reopen by tomorrow, May 1, and shared federal guidelines for restarting the economy with governors.


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Four trucks containing as many as 60 bodies have been discovered outside a Brooklyn funeral home after someone reported fluids dripping from the trucks, a law enforcement official told CNN.


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California Gov. Gavin Newsom intends to order the closure of all state beaches and parks starting Friday, according to a copy of a memo provided to CNN by a senior law enforcement official.



"We wanted to give all of our members a heads up about this in order to provide time for you to plan for any situations you might expect as a result, knowing each community has its own dynamics," the memo says.


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Laid-off workers are lining up in front of a Las Vegas casino to get food, as a result of the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.


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At least 31 states will partially reopen over the next few days as a patchwork of coronaviris response plans that vary from one state to the next goes into effect.


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President Donald Trump on Wednesday called footage from the Pentagon showing "unidentified aerial phenomena" a "hell of a video" and told Reuters he wonders "if it's real."


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Here are three things we know Berkshire Hathaway has done in recent weeks.


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The nurses at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital watched anxiously as their New York counterparts struggled with overwhelming torrents of patients. The Big Apple had just become the country's epicenter for the coronavirus pandemic.


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Like many in the restaurant industry, Suzanne and Roger Perry saw their business -- Datz Restaurant Group in Tampa, Florida -- take a huge hit because of the coronavirus pandemic.


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Dr. Theresa Greene temporarily lost custody of her daughter on a judge's order due to concerns over her work as a doctor during the coronavirus pandemic.


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Israel Tolentino Jr., known as "Izzy" to family and friends, was considered an everyday hero to his Passaic, New Jersey community.


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Deadly tornadoes have hit Mississippi and Louisiana on Easter Sunday, causing catastrophic damage and several deaths.


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CNN's Don Lemon talks to Paul Allen, co-owner of R.C. Hatton Farms, about why some farmers are destroying their crops and dumping fresh milk despite the skyrocketing demand at food banks across the country.


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David Williams had his first date with his future wife 22 years ago on Easter Sunday. But this Easter, he mourned her loss as he spent the day without her by his side.


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The cost of going out on a Saturday night just keeps going up and up. For seven visitors to Santa Cruz, California, the bill came to $7,000 in fines for violating local shelter-in-place, or SIP, guidelines.


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Tornadoes in Mississippi and Louisiana have caused "catastrophic" damage and at least six deaths after touching down Sunday, emergency officials say.


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It is officially 365 days since Becky Lynch first won the WWE Raw Women's Championship. As her reign continues, her hard work has paid off.


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The scam artist, Danny Eli, was caught when he got greedy after already collecting $210,000 from the 65-year-old homeowner, police said.


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Dianna Tennant, a 51-year-old grandmother from Bradley Beach, was a donor, volunteer and then employee at Fulfill, formerly the Foodbank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties


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A 65-year-old man was shot and another was rushed to University Hospital on Sunday after a double shooting in Irvington, acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore Stephens II announced Wednesday.
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Alita: Battle Angel star Christoph Waltz revealed he is willing to star in a sequel film, though he hasn't heard any news about one.

According to actor Christoph Waltz, an Alita: Battle Angel sequel is still up in the air due to the Disney/Fox merger.

In a recent interview with Collider, Waltz was asked whether he would be interested in an Alita sequel. Waltz, who played scientist/bounty hunter Dyson Ido, was excited by this possibility, but hasn't heard anything so far and fears that this
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There’s a reason he’s known as the God of Mischief. Even when Loki is behaving he’s got 2 or 3 tricks up his sleeve, ready to go when everyone least expects it. As the original prankster — using his powers for both good and bad — it’s hard to hate him because he’s just so darn clever sometimes.
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The Flash’s stunt coordinator has spoken out on how hard Ezra Miller has worked in his role. Eunice Huthart is the woman behind a ton of memorable films. She talked to Film Threat about her time with numerous franchises. She was very complimentary of the new Flash. This entire road to being the Scarlet Speedster was bumpy as the DCEU had to readjust a bit after Justice League. Now, things are full steam ahead to Batman’s next solo outing, The Suicide Squad and Miller’s first turn as the comic book
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Marvel fans are arguing whether Iron Man or Captain America had the better MCU trilogy. A ton of the responses believe that Tony Stark has this one in the bag. Though there are some that will take Cap every time. In some ways, you can see either Avenger’s personal journey as an inversion of the other. Iron Man had to learn to play better with others. Captain Americadiscovered that sometimes you need some time for yourself. There is no doubt that fans are missing the Marvel heroes right now. It would
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We know Matt Reeves brings empathy and humanity to his films – none more so when the movie doesn't even focus on humans, but on apes – but how might he bring that sensibility to his latest task, The Batman? Turns out, he already had an idea for that.


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Eric Yaverbaum is in bed, but he can still offer three things to his team: transparency, optimism, and reality.


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Landon Spradlin died from the coronavirus alone, in a hospital bed in Concord.


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It goes without saying that the coronavirus pandemic is changing the way we do things, but on Monday, one charlotte couple didn’t let it stop their big day.


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18-year-old Central Cabarrus grad Tanner Freeze has had no issue staying active during the pandemic.

“This has been keeping me busy. This is so fun to me. I genuinely like doing this type of stuff,” said Freeze.

Since the aerospace engineer major has been back home from college, he’s taken up a hobby of making face shields and donating them to medical centers.


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Maria Kosches said she will keep doing it as a small part of what she can contribute to her community. 


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A man in south Charlotte has been arrested for child exploitation, according to authorities.

Officers responed to a call regarding a teenager who was touched by a male suspect without permission near 8100 Pineville-Matthews Road on Sunday.
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James Salerno, 19, Lavi Pham, 21, and Kelly Lavery, 24, have been arrested for the murder of Mary Collins.


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A 17-year-old is dead and two others are seriously injured following a single-vehicle wreck Monday morning.


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Across Illinois, coronavirus cases continue to spread despite weeks of a statewide stay-at-home order. With estimations the state will reach a peak this month, patient influx threatens to overwhelm Chicago and Illinois hospitals, prompting officials to begin extreme preparations to help relieve some pressure from healthcare facilities. Meanwhile, a lack of protective gear and testing power has prompted a war of words between Illinois' governor and President Donald Trump.


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A Garfield Ridge man allegedly stabbed a liquor store clerk to death Saturday after he was turned away from buying a case of beer in Brighton Park, prosecutor say.


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An inmate at the Cook County Jail has died from the coronavirus, marking the first virus-related death at the facility, according to the Cook County Sheriff's Office.


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As his team of 155 federal prosecutors is spread out, many now teleworking to abide by social-distancing recommendations, U.S. Attorney John Lausch wants the residents of the Northern District of Illinois to rest assured: His office is open and on the lookout for COVID-19-related scams on the rise.


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Chicago police Monday announced six more confirmed cases of coronavirus in the department, raising the number of cases to 95.


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A local woman is sharing her story after she tested positive for the novel coronavirus, saying that quick test results and taking the virus seriously were critical in helping to deal with the illness.


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Slack Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: WORK) announced today the pricing of $750.0 million aggregate principal amount of 0.50% convertible senior notes due 2025 (the “notes”) in a private offering (the “offering”) only to persons reasonably believed to be qualified institutional buyers pursuant to Rule 144A under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”). The offering was upsized from the previously announced offering of $600.0 million aggregate

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With their sales hammered by the coronavirus outbreak, car makers Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot's owner PSA have postponed their shareholder meetings and are looking at ways to boost cash reserves ahead of their planned merger.


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Oil rose on Tuesday amid hopes that the world's biggest producers of crude will agree to curtail production as the coronavirus pandemic ravages the global economy, even as analysts cautioned the cuts may do little to boost demand.


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Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) said on Tuesday its first-quarter operating profit likely managed to rise slightly from a slump a year earlier, as solid chip sales helped cushion the blow from the coronavirus pandemic on smartphones and TVs.


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Gold futures surged far above $1,700 an ounce to the highest since 2012, pushing out the spread over spot prices, as investors weighed the widening economic fall-out from the coronavirus pandemic, the prospect of more stimulus, and further signs of dislocation in physical bullion markets.


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The U.S. dollar was down in Asia on Tuesday morning as investor risk sentiment improved. The U.S. U.S. Dollar Index that tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies slipped 0.16% to 100.590 by 11:42 PM ET (4:42 AM GMT) as the United States, Italy and Spain reported falling COVID-19 case numbers over the weekend.


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Mayfair has long been the key setting for managers of hedge funds. The West End district matches the profile of many of its inhabitants: wealthy, shadowy, exclusive and discreet.


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Scott Minerd is looking for opportunities to dip his toes into the coronavirus-stricken stock market. However, you may not find him wading into equities anytime soon if the outlook for the economy is as grim as he is forecasting.

The global chief investment officer at Guggenheim Partners, in a Sunday research report, estimated that the worst may be far from over for the S&P 500 and the broader market, which is attempting to face a harsh new reality framed by a global economic slowdown created
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The Dow Jones futures were sharply lower in Tuesday morning's trading session, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures, giving back a small part of Monday's big coronavirus stock market surge. Top stocks to watch include Dow Jones leaders Apple (AAPL) and Microsoft (MSFT), FANG stocks Amazon (AMZN), Facebook (FB) and Netflix (NFLX) and Monday's breakout stock Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX).


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Verizon is pushing out updates to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 lineups to close this week out, with the update being a rather big one for these devices. Inside, you’ll find One UI version 2.1, as well as the April security patch.


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With people forced out of their offices and schools to avoid spreading coronavirus, there are more video calls going on than ever. However, a significant chunk of the action has gone to Zoom, and not Skype, Microsoft's product that has been at the center of online voice and video chats since well before smartphones were commonplace. That's mostly because Zoom has made sharing meetings and the necessary software so easy -- perhaps too easy, with some security and privacy compromises --

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News around the upcoming Airdrop-like feature for Android - dubbed Nearby Sharing - looks to be on the way for Chromebooks as well.


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Beginning April 6, data-vocabulary.org structured data markup will be ineligible for Google rich results. Site owners must switch to schema.org markup if they want to maintain Google rich result eligibility. The company announced the coming change in January.


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Google has released a new developer document with advice on generating structured data with JavaScript. It offers more direction on this topic, something SEOs have been seeking for a while from Google. Previously, SEOs, and sometimes even Google, cautioned to shy away from using structured data in JavaScript.


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Panama is now using a gender-based plan to support restrictions already in place to contain a COVID-19 outbreak. Panama Security Minister Juan Pino said that until April 15, men and women can only leave their homes for a two-hour period on certain days. The plan permits women to leave home to buy goods on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Men in Panama are allowed out on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.


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Women’s Rights Organisations in the country has called on Kogi State Governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello, to as a matter of urgency suspend the Commissioner for Water resources , Abdulmumuni Danga, for allegedly beating and raping a lady in the state

until the investigation is concluded.


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