Battered by Dem debate, Bloomberg doubles down

Battered by Dem debate, Bloomberg doubles down

Analysts say New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg has to find better defenses for his record on race and gender issues as he hits the campaign trail heading to Super Tuesday.
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Inmates make masks inside Texas jail

Inmates make masks inside Texas jail

The men and women behind bars in the Fort Bend County Jail in suburban Houston are doing their part to “flatten the curve” of new coronavirus cases. Some of them are sewing cotton face masks.
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Toy manufacturers go green with sustainable product lines

Toy manufacturers go green with sustainable product lines

Hardly eco-friendly, the process of taking a toy out of a box yields more clutter from plastic and cardboard than the actual toy. Now some manufacturers are going green with new lines to reduce their carbon footprint.
Horseback riders at McDonald's drive-through

Horseback riders at McDonald's drive-through

With indoor seating closed to help stop the spread of coronavirus, three horseback riders used the drive-through at McDonald's in Massachusetts.
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Ecuador Bishop Delivers Blessing By Helicopter

Ecuador Bishop Delivers Blessing By Helicopter

Ecuador Bishop Delivers Blessing By Helicopter
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ONLY ON AP Italian centenarian recovers from virus

ONLY ON AP Italian centenarian recovers from virus

A 103-year-old Italian woman has recovered from COVID-19, inspiring others in the hard-hit country.
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Soyuz mission blasts off for space station

Soyuz mission blasts off for space station

NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and Russian space agency cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner have launched aboard a Soyuz rocket to the International Space Station.
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Michigan extends stay-at-home order through April

Michigan extends stay-at-home order through April

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has extended Michigan's stay-at-home order through April
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ER nurse: We're facing an 'invisible' monster

ER nurse: We're facing an 'invisible' monster

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised the stakes for nurses trying to relieve suffering and save lives while trying to stay safe themselves.
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Small businesses helping fill protective gear void

Small businesses helping fill protective gear void

The coronavirus pandemic has overwhelmed major manufacturers that specialize in personal protective equipment like face masks and face shields — so some smaller and medium sized businesses are switching course to make PPE.
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799 dead from virus in NY Wednesday, worst day yet

799 dead from virus in NY Wednesday, worst day yet

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said 799 people died Wednesday from the new coronavirus in the state. He said the state was arranging to bring in additional funeral directors to handle all the bodies.
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De Blasio: Social distancing must continue in NYC

De Blasio: Social distancing must continue in NYC

Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday that New York City needs continued social distancing plus more conoravirus testing capacity in order to reach a point where the loosening of restrictions could be considered.
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Prison inmates protest after virus diagnosis

Prison inmates protest after virus diagnosis

Inmates at the Monroe Correctional Complex held a demonstration on Wednesday night after six inmates tested positive at the prison, according to the Washington State Department of Corrections.
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Virus outbreak leaves unemployed Americans hurting

Virus outbreak leaves unemployed Americans hurting

A staggering 16.8 million people filed for unemployment benefits in the last three weeks as the coronavirus pandemic forces Americans to stay home. Kim Chapman is just one of many wondering how much longer this will continue.
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Rare whale sighting during France lockdown

Rare whale sighting during France lockdown

Rare whale sighting during France lockdown
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New guidelines for food safety in DC amid virus

New guidelines for food safety in DC amid virus

The mayor of Washington DC is unveiling new food safety guidelines to help residents and workers remain safe as health officials predict the nation's capital could become one of the next U.S. hotspots in the coronavirus pandemic.
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Calif. taco shop now selling masks, toilet paper

Calif. taco shop now selling masks, toilet paper

A Southern California taco restaurant has become its community's go-to spot for pandemic essentials. The Masataco restaurant in Whittier has been selling masks, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, rice, beans and tortillas for the past month.
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Drag performers sew masks during club closures

Drag performers sew masks during club closures

Gary Marion, best known as drag queen "Sushi" in Florida's Key West, has been sewing colorful face masks for hospital staffs, local government officials, airline employees and other workers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Big audience for Alaska girl's virus safety tips

Big audience for Alaska girl's virus safety tips

A 5-year-old Alaska girl is really serious about wanting to help others keep safe during the coronavirus outbreak. Nova Knight made a video about it that drew the praise of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and others.
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General says coronavirus could affect more ships

General says coronavirus could affect more ships

Pentagon leaders anticipate that the coronavirus is likely to strike more Navy ships at sea after an outbreak aboard an aircraft carrier in the Pacific infected more than 400 sailors, a top general said Thursday.
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Free meals programs stressed by virus shutdowns

Free meals programs stressed by virus shutdowns

Across the US, schools have faced rolling suspensions of meal programs, leaving already food-insecure families scrambling. Houston halted its meals program for more than a week after a worker was exposed to coronavirus.
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Virus could make Calif. fire season more difficult

Virus could make Calif. fire season more difficult

To combat California wildfires, officials put firefighters to work in close quarters and then deploy them to new, often rural locations. Fire managers say that combination could make it hard to keep crews safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Released Chicago detainee: Jail in chaos

Released Chicago detainee: Jail in chaos

A detainee who was released from Cook County Jail in Chicago on Monday described conditions inside the facility as "complete chaos" because both inmates and officers struggle to deal with the influx of coronavirus cases inside the jail.
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Trump's near-daily virus briefings under scrutiny

Trump's near-daily virus briefings under scrutiny

Central to the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus outbreak and the collapse of a once-vibrant economy is the now almost daily briefings hosted by President Donald Trump himself.
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