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On streets emptied by coronavirus, L.A. officials crack down on speeding

An increase in vehicle speeds on the empty streets of Los Angeles is "troubling," said L.A. Police Chief Michel Moore.


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Second Sylmar juvenile hall employee gets coronavirus; more youths under quarantine

A second L.A. County Probation Department employee who works inside a Sylmar juvenile hall has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials said.


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California has enough ventilators for now, coronavirus peak expected in May, Newsom says

Gov. Gavin Newsom says California is lending 500 ventilators to the Strategic National Stockpile to help New York and other coronavirus hot spots.


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Inside the frenzied campaign to get coronavirus supplies to California. Will it be enough?

New documents reveal the scramble to get protective coronavirus gear to California hospitals. It's a more complicated process than you would think.


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Launching online learning during coronavirus is 'akin to landing on the moon'

L.A. school chief says district is moving fast to set everything up and racing to find unconnected students. The number drops substantially in a week.


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Sports Headlines

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Todd Helton served 48 hours in jail after DUI guilty plea

Todd Helton served 48 hours in jail after DUI guilty plea
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Questions abound if NHL were to go straight to playoffs

A first-round playoff matchup of the St. Louis Blues and Calgary Flames is possible if the NHL season resumes.
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Tom Brady, Von Miller and more highlight the NFL's 2010s All-Decade Team

With the calendar rolling into 2020, the NFL announced its All-Decade Team on Monday featuring a list of legends and future Hall of Famers.
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Wimbledon champ Simona Halep says injured foot is pain-free

Two-time major champion Simona Halep’s injured foot is well enough that she has started running on it without pain
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‘I can’t lose in these shoes’— Skip on his Jordan collection | Best of Skip Rides the Troller Coaster

Skip Bayless answers your questions about his Jordan collection and his new Kawhi's in this Best of Skip Rides the Troller Coaster.
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US News

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Stanford’s new ‘smart toilet’ can detect signs of disease

From the lab of a Stanford professor comes a machine that the university is dubbing “a smart toilet,” and it features a wide array of impressive technology.

The device, which looks like a normal toilet, is able to monitor the health of its users by analyzing urine and stool samples to check for...

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Why New York will get through this: We will survive the coronavirus pandemic because of our people

We are in what the singer Vic Chestnutt called “the panic pure,” the state of mind gripped by fear, death, and despair. We are seeing mounting death totals in New York, now totaling 4,758. The city is considering using public parks as temporary burial sites, and by some estimates, we aren’t even...

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Cuomo extends 'New York on pause’ order through April 29 after nearly 600 people die overnight from coronavirus

New York is staying on pause.

Gov. Cuomo on Monday ordered non-essential businesses and schools across New York to remain closed through the end of the month, as the coronavirus claimed another 599 lives in the Empire State overnight.

In his daily briefing from Albany, Cuomo said he’s extending...

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Coronavirus updates in NYC and the world: The latest news on April 6

With New York and the whole world fighting to contain the spread of the coronavirus, we’ve compiled the most important recent updates here from our reporters and editors. For more coverage and resources on how to respond to the outbreak, check out our coronavirus special report page here.

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Wisconsin court blocks governor from delaying Tuesday primary despite coronavirus fears

Wisconsin’s Supreme Court on Monday blocked Gov. Tony Evers from delaying the state’s presidential primary, putting the election back on track in the last-minute despite widespread fears over the coronavirus outbreak.

The Badger State’s top court ruled 4-2 that Evers, a Democrat, lacked legal standing...

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Entertainment

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Roseanne Barr: Coronavirus a scheme to ‘get rid of all my generation’

"The boomer ladies that, you know, that inherited their, you know, are widows."
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James Charles slammed for ‘mugshot’ makeup look: ‘Triggering and offensive’

The YouTuber deleted the offending photos, but didn't exactly apologize.
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Hilaria and Alec Baldwin expecting fifth child after miscarriages

"Just got the great news that all is well and all is healthy with this little munchkin."
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MAC to release second Selena La Reina makeup line

With products inspired by her look and her music.
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Michael Che announces grandmother’s death from coronavirus

Che's lengthy statement weaves in multiple references to COVID-19 conspiracy theories.
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Business

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Federal Reserve Moves to Pump Up Small Business Lending During Coronavirus Pandemic

The Fed announced that it would try motivating banks to make loans under the new S.B.A. program.
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Live Stock Market Tracker During Coronavirus Pandemic

Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Fed May Ease Lending Curb on Wells Fargo to Help Small Businesses

The bank could do more to help distribute money to small businesses — if the Federal Reserve agrees to ease restrictions imposed after Wells Fargo’s fake account scandals.
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Young Adults, Burdened With Debt, Are Now Facing an Economic Crisis

Young people who entered this financial downturn with fewer resources than previous generations are enduring pain.
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European Banks Prepared for a Crisis. But Not This One.

The financial impact of the coronavirus surpasses the old worst-case scenarios, threatening a credit crunch or even a new financial crisis.
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Science-Technology

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'Old school' technique helps expert ID remains from 1969

New Hampshire authorities say the remains of a shooting victim found on the side of a highway 50 years ago have been identified as a Vermont man who had been released from prison three months earlier
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Catch this week's supermoon, biggest and brightest of year

A supermoon rises in the sky this week, looking to be the biggest and brightest of the year
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New phone-only Quibi aims for bite of digital entertainment

Want to see Chance the Rapper prank Hollywood stars
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Anick Jesdanun, longtime AP technology writer, dies at 51

Anick Jesdanun, deputy technology editor for The Associated Press, has died in New York City of coronavirus complications
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Coronavirus survivor: 'In my blood, there may be answers'

Hospitals are starting to line up survivors of the new coronavirus to donate some blood, so doctors can use it to treat the sick
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Politics

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Acting Navy secretary's USS Theodore Roosevelt speech triggers lawmakers' calls for his firing

Several Democrats in Congress are calling for acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly to be fired following a passionate speech he gave to sailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt in which he admonished the ship's former commander for expressing concerns over the coronavirus in a strongly worded letter that was leaked to the media.
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Trump says country is prepared for surge in coronavirus cases amid concerns over availability of supplies

President Trump tried to assure Americans on Monday that hospitals and health care facilities across the country will be stocked and supplied with the necessary equipment to handle the expected surge of causes related to the coronavirus over the next two weeks.
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Biden podcast with Whitmer sparks running mate speculation

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s praise of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is stoking more speculation that her star’s rising as the all-but-certain Democratic presidential nominee begins the process of choosing a running mate.
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Sen. Daines pushes State Dept for global probe of China over coronavirus, suggests 'appropriate punitive actions'

Montana Republican Sen. Steve Daines, in a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday, pushed for a coordinated international investigation of China's apparent systematic cover-up of COVID-19, saying it's important to consider "appropriate punitive actions necessary to hold China accountable."
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Trump ‘saddened’ over Boris Johnson’s coronavirus condition, offers 'help' of 'brilliant' companies

President Trump expressed his best wishes as he announced at the White House coronavirus briefing on Monday that he has enlisted the "help" of "brilliant" companies to assist British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was moved to the intensive-care unit of St. Thomas' Hospital in London hours earlier as he fights COVID-19.
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