Global stocks turn lower after rise in…

Stronger than anticipated Chinese economic data briefly shored up stock markets on Tuesday

Colorado Lab Working On Vaccine, Disinfectant…

Scientists at Colorado State University are working to develop two different solutions in the fight against COVID-19.

Scientist: New Data on US 'Gives Me Hope'

Hundreds of millions of Americans are staying home amid tight restrictions aimed at slowing down the coronavirus pandemic. It appears to be working, according to Kinsa Health, a company that makes "smart thermometers" and has used the data to create a "Health Weather" map of the US . The company, which...

Cabin buried snow

A cabin in Stevens Pass, Washington, was practically buried by heavy snowfall on Monday, March 30.

Stranded cruise ship hit by virus begs Florida to…

Passengers from a cruise ship stranded at sea with coronavirus cases and deaths are pleading with Florida officials to let them disembark

Now Walking Out: Grocery, Delivery Workers

Grocery and delivery workers are doing some of the most potentially dangerous jobs in America during the coronavirus outbreak and they are demanding better pay and protection. Amazon workers at a New York City warehouse walked off the job Monday and Instacart workers held strikes nationwide, reports the San Diego...

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On This Day: 31 March 1889

Paris' iconic Eiffel Tower was completed. (March 31)

LA County sheriff abandons effort to close gun…

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva has retracted an order to close gun stores to slow the spread of the coronavirus

Poll: One In 20 Households Bought A Gun In…

A Newsy/IPSOS survey reveals how some Americans reacted to COVID-19 and the uncertainty brought on by the pandemic.

Central Park's Newest Addition: a Field Hospital

Two more tangible signs of the worsening coronavirus in New York City: A 68-bed emergency field hospital is springing up in Central Park, and a Navy medical ship with 1,000 hospital beds of its own docked at a city pier Monday. The hospital is courtesy of Samaritan's Purse, a...

Crazy hail pounds Seattle

On Monday, March 30, a hailstorm passed through Seattle, Washington, around midday.

Michigan lawmaker killed by virus hailed as…

Family and friends are remembering a Michigan legislator who died from the coronavirus as a cheerful battler for Detroit

Tornado Destroys Home of Doctor in Viral Photo

Last week, a photo showing a doctor greeting his 1-year-old son through a glass door while on a break from treating COVID-19 patients went viral. Because of the coronavirus risk, Jared Burks saw son Zeke crawl for the first time through the glass. That door, and the rest of the...

AP Top Stories March 31 A

Here's the latest for Tuesday March 31st: NY Gov. Cuomo asks for medical volunteers; Penn. Gov. says schools to stay closed indefinitely; Residents with COVID-19 die in Mass. veterans home; Texas requires drivers coming from Louisiana to self-isolate.

'Ghostbusters,' 'Morbius' postponed to 2021 due…

Sony Pictures has cleared out its summer calendar due to the coronavirus, postponing the releases of Jason Reitman's “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” and the Marvel movie “Morbius” to 2021

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Tornado In Jonesboro, AR Leaves 22 Injured

The tornado touched down Saturday evening and with 74-mile-an-hour winds.

'Preppers' Get the Last Laugh

Some used to laugh at "preppers" or survivalists. But now that the COVID-19 pandemic is upon us, who's laughing now? As USA Today reports, preppers and survivalists are often also called "conspiracy theorists," but in this case, it turns out they were right. When the coronavirus hit, they didn't need...

Keeping children active during pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping young children active outdoors can be challenging for parents.

World Bank sees outbreak taking a big toll on…

The World Bank is estimating that the cornavirus outbreak will cause economic growth to slow significantly this year in China and other East Asian-Pacific countries, throwing millions into poverty

Virginia Residents Ordered to Stay at Home Till…

Residents of three more states go under "stay-at-home" orders—not suggestions—Monday. The governors of Virginia and Maryland announced that residents must remain home except for activities such as food shopping, work deemed essential, exercise (while abiding by the standard social-distancing rules), and medical care, report the Richmond Dispatch and...

Virus shuts Pennsylvania schools indefinitely

President Trump declared a major disaster in Pennsylvania on Monday night, capping off a day that saw nearly 700 new cases as Gov. Tom Wolf extended the closing of schools and nonessential businesses indefinitely. (March 31)

US Rep. who sought to stall virus aid touts…

U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie is boasting of his bid to stall a $2.2-trillion coronavirus-relief package and hauling in campaign cash for his stand

Civil Rights Leader Joseph Lowery Dies At 98

He spent much of his life fighting segregation and lived to see the first black president.

Birx: 100K to 200K Deaths if Things Go 'Almost…

The figure of up to 200,000 possible American deaths from the coronavirus is now in wide circulation, with Dr. Anthony Fauci and President Trump both mentioning the number on Sunday. On Monday, the White House coronavirus response coordinator agreed, and Dr. Deborah Birx cautioned that it's actually a best-case...

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Doctor on coronavirus front lines loses house in…

After the photo of an Arkansas doctor seeing his son while on a break from helping coronavirus patients went viral, the internet rallied to raise money after a tornado destroyed his home.

McConaughey says stay home now, great things may…

Matthew McConaughey has gone from advertising for driving to selling people on staying home

How Neighbors Are Social Distancing—Together

Social distancing doesn't mean you can't still socialize. In Indiana, Fort Wayne is suggesting residents go outside every night and wave to their neighbors—from the recommended distance of at least 6 feet apart. "Now is the time to look after one another, even from a safe distance," the city...