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Western TV And Film Legend Dead At 85

The actor, best known for starring in the long-running Western series "The Virginian," died on Monday.

Navy Boss Calls Fired Captain 'Naive Or Stupid…

On Friday, the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt gave its fired captain an emotional sendoff , cheering and chanting his name as walked off the ship in Guam.

Cancer Patient Says Death Toll Doesn't Tell Full…

As far as he knows, retired mechanical engineer Mike Miles does not have COVID-19. But he's terrified for other reasons.

Here Is What's Really Behind The Toilet Paper…

Haters love to blame "hoarders" and "panic buyers" for the lack of toilet paper on store shelves. The truth may actually lie elsewhere.

Dr. Fauci Raises New Concerns Over Asymptomatic…

Last week, the CDC chief told NPR that as many as 25% of people infected with coronavirus may not show any symptoms. Turns out, it could be much worse.

Amid pandemic, Czech intensive care ward is still…

Unlike their colleagues in Italy and Spain, Czech hospital doctors have not yet needed to make harrowing decisions on which COVID-19 patients get the best care

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Man Swims Out Into Lake To Save Drowning Bird…

This man rescued a drowning bird.

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Tips For Making Your Own COVID-19 Face Mask

New guidelines may force many people into making their own face masks. Here are some important tips.

6 Mild COVID-19 Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore

6 Mild COVID-19 Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore 1. Diarrhea, nausea and vomiting Study, 'American Journal of Gastroenterology' 2. Excess mucus production Though this symptom is also often associated with the common cold and allergies, it has been reported in over a third of COVID-19 patients. 3. Aches, pains and headaches These are common symptoms with most viruses. 4. Fatigue Dr. Susan Besser, via 'Prevention' 5. Sore throat Respiratory viruses can cause postnasal drip and a constant cough, leading to a sore throat. 6. Lost sense of smell According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, this "has been seen in patients ultimately testing positive for coronavirus with no other symptoms." If you are experiencing multiple mild or severe symptoms of COVID-19, call your doctor. They will be able to tell you if you qualify for testing and where to go from there.

Longtime Singer Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Another prominent celebrity has been hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19.

World's Largest Gothic Cathedral Becoming a Field…

The so-called largest Gothic cathedral in the world is about to become a coronavirus field hospital. The dean of Manhattan's Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine said Monday that its 600-foot-long nave would be fitted with nine climate-controlled medical tents holding at least 200 beds combined (400 have been...

Soccer Player Carli Lloyd Speaks Out About Tokyo…

Toykyo was supposed to host the Summer Olympics in July 2020 but now it might be rescheduled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced the Olympics would be held “by the summer of 2021.” According to Allure, two-time Olympic gold medalist Carli Lloyd was set to compete in the Olympics for soccer. Lloyd said while she was disappointed about the changes, she’s “thankful” they were delayed and not cancelled. She said: “Our team has been playing very well under our new head coach Vlatko, and I knew we would go into the Olympics prepared and ready.”

Rising Hollywood Star Dies Suddenly At Age 16

The tragedy was confirmed on social media by many of the young actor's co-stars.

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Army Pauses Sending Recruits To Basic Training…

The delay — which is scheduled to last at least two weeks — does not affect recruits who have already started their basic training.

Landspout overhead wows onlookers

Some fairly astonished onlookers saw a landspout swirling overhead in Laton, California, on April 6.

Last Moment of Clarity

Trailer for 'Last Moment of Clarity' starring Samara Weaving, Brian Cox, Carly Chaikin, Udo Kier, Hal Ozsan

White House Adviser Navarro Sounded Virus Alarm…

Two newly surfaced memos show that White House adviser Peter Navarro began sounding the alarm about the coming coronavirus disaster in the US in late January. Both memos were circulated in the West Wing and at various federal agencies, though it is not clear whether President Trump was shown either...

Tasked with schoolwork help, many US parents lack…

As parents nationwide struggle with guiding their children's schooling from home, those who are themselves still learning the English language face particular challenges

Firefighters Get Unusual Call About Foam Spill

Britain’s Yates Fire Department got a rather unusual call not long ago.

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The Pandemic Has Led to a Global Drop in Air…

The Pandemic Has Led to a Global Drop in Air Pollution Satellite images from the European Space Agency have shown that air pollution levels around the world have decreased as a result of the slowing of industrial activity. The ESA’s Sentinel-5P satellite has shown that nitrogen dioxide levels over cities in Asia and Europe are significantly lower than in the same period last year. Paul Monks, a professor of air pollution at the University of Leicester, has said that a reduction in air pollution may benefit those vulnerable to COVID-19. Paul Monks, via Wired Monks also referred to the sudden shift as the “largest-scale experiment ever seen.”

Trump: I Sent Help to Boris Johnson

President Trump said Monday that he'd offered "help" in treating British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is in intensive care battling COVID-19. Trump said he'd asked two "leading companies" with experience treating "ebola, AIDS, others" to "contact London immediately," per Politico . As for the treatment offered, "it's a very complex...

Wisconsin Governor Signs Executive Order To…

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order about postponing Wisconsin’s primary election. According to Reuters, he wants to move the election from April 7 to June 9. Evers cited health risks as the reason but Republicans said they would challenge it in the state Supreme Court. Evers tried to cancel in-person voting and extend the time to return absentee ballots into late May. Republicans rejected that proposal and Evers then moved forward with his executive order.