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Longtime Singer Tests Positive For Coronavirus

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

Iconic Italian Restaurant Chain Goes Bust As…

The beloved restaurant chain that has served Italian fare for the better part of 3 decades has called in bankruptcy administrators.

Surprising Group Dying From Coronavirus At A…

Forget what you think you know about your health, here are the facts.

Rising Hollywood Star Dies Suddenly At Age 16

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

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.

Spanish players criticize league's call for…

Soccer players in Spain are critical of the Spanish league’s decision to ask clubs to put the footballers on government furloughs during the coronavirus crisis

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Lizard Laid Eggs And Gave Birth To Live Baby From…

Scientists report that they witnessed a three-toed skink laying eggs and giving birth to a live baby from the same pregnancy.

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The Surprising Story Behind Prince William And…

Page Six takes a deep dive into the royal pair's relationship timeline.

Remembering Maya Angelou (Saturday, April 4th)

Remembering Maya Angelou Marguerite Annie Johnson was born on April 4, 1928, and died on May 28, 2014. Here are five facts in honor of the poet. 1. Angelou was the second poet in history to read a poem at a presidential inauguration. 2. She worked with both Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. 3. She was named Wake Forest University's first Reynolds Professor of American Studies in 1982. 4. Angelou was the first black woman to conduct a streetcar in San Francisco. 5. Prior to becoming a poet, she was in an opera, ‘Porgy and Bess,’ and a journalist. Happy Birthday, Maya Angelou!

Legendary Kicker Dies of Coronavirus

Tom Dempsey, the kicker who made a 63-yard field goal that stood as the NFL record for more than 40 years, died Saturday of COVID-19. Dempsey, 73, lived in a New Orleans senior center, where he tested positive for the coronavirus in March, USA Today reports. At least 14 other...

China Provides New York 1,000 Ventilators

Man With Knife In Kills 2, Injures 8 In French…

The man attacked passersby in a shopping center in the French town of Romans-sur-Isere.

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Firefighter climbs ladder to visit hospitalized…

A coronavirus-affected firefighter in Miami, Florida, was visited by a colleague via a fire engine ladder on April 3.

Selah And The Spades

Trailer for 'Selah and The Spades' starring Jesse Williams, Lovie Simone, Ana Mulvoy Ten, Jharrel Jerome, Evan Roe

The Note Said They Were Dead, Had Hidden Their…

Eric and Pam Bealer met in the early 1980s and never looked back. They loved the wilderness and ended up settling on four acres outside the small Alaskan fishing village of Pelican. They collected their own water, raised animals, canned the vegetables they grew, made their own clothes, foraged for...

No COVID-19 testing at home yet but quicker…

Home testing for the new coronavirus may sound like a good idea, but U.S. regulators say it’s still too risky

Scientists Mixed Mentos And Coke On A Mountain…

Researchers recently mixed Mentos and Coke for purely scientific reasons.

Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams! (Sunday, April…

Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams! Pharrell Lanscilo Williams turns 47 years old today. Here are five fun facts about the producer. 1. He released the first 24-hour music video for "Happy." 2. Pharrell got his nickname, Skateboard P, in high school. 3. His debut solo single, “Frontin,” was the 34th best-selling song of 2003 in the U.S. 4. The Neptunes were discovered by Teddy Riley after entering a high school talent show. 5. He plays the drums and keyboard. Happy Birthday, Pharrell Williams!

Welcome to the World of Coronavirus Shaming

Bella Lamilla was hospitalized in terrible shape, but did she know what others were saying? One hopes not. "It was ugly," says her great-nephew. "It hurt a lot." That's because Lamilla, Ecuador's "patient zero," was ripped apart on social media for contracting the coronavirus—one of several known incidents of...

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Safe Grocery Shopping During COVID-19

Barr Pushes Prisons To Increase Releases During…

Barr said in a memo to the Bureau of Prisons Friday that facilities need to use more home confinement methods.