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See what working from home has done to San Francisco
Crowds, lines and traffic were lighter than usual as workers stayed home. A state senator said businesses “have tanked,” while ridership on the region's subway system was down 25 percent.
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A disgraced televangelist promoted an alleged cure to coronavirus. Missouri is now suing him.
Jim Bakker has long peddled “Silver Solution” as a cure or treatment for a number of aches and ailments, which medical professionals and the government have roundly rejected.
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Schools close, National Guard deployed to help New York suburb stem spread of coronavirus
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced a one-mile radius “containment zone” in New Rochelle to stop the spread of the virus.
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Coronavirus a threat to Florida’s tourism, elderly population
The coronavirus outbreak threatens Florida’s elderly and its largest industry — tourism — but many hope the beaches will still draw visitors even as virus spreads.
2020-03-10 13:07:40
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Portraits were abandoned when a photo studio closed. A man brought them home and reunited families with their photos.
“My heart sank every time I looked at the pile,” Brian Bononi said. “I knew that those photos meant a lot to the people who were in them and that they’d be gone forever if I didn’t do something.”
2020-03-10 13:00:07
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One-mile containment zone ordered for New Rochelle to curb coronavirus outbreak
National Guard troops have been called in to deliver food and sanitize common areas within the zone, officials said.
2020-03-10 12:09:43
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Sotomayor recuses herself from one of two Supreme Court cases with consequences for electoral college
Lawyers in the case were informed that Justice Sonia Sotomayor realized she is friends with one of the parties in one of the cases.
2020-03-10 11:26:04
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County says a father ignored a coronavirus quarantine directive. His lawyer says he was never told.
County health officials say they told the family to self-quarantine after one of the daughters reported symptoms. The patient complied, but her father did not.
2020-03-10 09:02:18
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FDA halts most inspections of foreign drug and device makers
The Food and Drug Administration said it will suspend routine "surveillance" inspections of all foreign drug manufacturers through April. It previously had stopped inspections in China.
2020-03-10 08:00:17
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Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo is married in prison
The convicted serial killer married a woman who began writing to him, then visiting him at Red Onion State Prison.
2020-03-10 07:05:20
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Forget tornado weather — these twisters can develop without a strong thunderstorm
Scientists are still working to learn about this sneaky species of tornado, similar to the ones that devastated Tennessee last week.
2020-03-10 07:04:58
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Grand Princess cruise ship carrying coronavirus patients docks in Oakland
Passengers cheered as the ship pulled into Oakland. More than 2,000 are expected to disembark for quarantine.
2020-03-09 17:29:35
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Sanders fights to hold on to white working-class voters in Missouri
His campaign is selling policy, while Biden is pitching his Rust Belt biography.
2020-03-09 13:28:24
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Texas braces for more coronavirus evacuees from Grand Princess, with residents ‘mad and scared’
After federal officials released an infected woman, San Antonio is anxiously awaiting a new set of coronavirus cruise-ship evacuees.
2020-03-09 13:04:00
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Sitting in traffic costs D.C.-area residents an average of $1,761 per year, study finds
For the second year in a row, Boston is the most congested city in the U.S., according to INRIX's 2019 Global Traffic Scorecard. The D.C. region ranks fifth.
2020-03-09 12:00:38
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Ethiopian investigators blame design flaws for Boeing 737 Max crash a year ago
An interim report was released as families gather for anniversary of Ethiopian Airlines crash.
2020-03-09 10:36:17
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Living without a living wage
At the ever-growing bottom of the American economy, a low-wage worker becomes a minimum-wage activist
2020-03-08 14:21:18
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Three more coronavirus infections reported in D.C. area Saturday
Officials said two people who tested positive appeared to have contracted the virus in D.C.; a U.S. Marine is hospitalized with the infection in Virginia.
2020-03-07 17:30:00
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‘They wouldn’t have wanted to live without each other’: Family of three killed in Tennessee tornado
They were among 24 killed in the storm on Tuesday
2020-03-07 14:14:23
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Still the happiest place on Earth — even as coronavirus hits Florida
Although there are no active cases in the area, coronavirus fears have already hurt tourism in Orlando. But not at Disney World.
2020-03-07 14:11:04
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As coronavirus quietly spread, a nondescript nursing home became the deadliest hot spot in the U.S.
The nation’s covid-19 crisis began with a flurry of 911 calls from a nursing home in suburban Seattle that few even noticed was there.
2020-03-07 13:00:00
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