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Hackers' new target during pandemic: video conference callsAs businesses, schools, churches and others turn to video conference platforms to stay connected amid the global coronavirus pandemic, many have reported being attacked by uninvited guests
The Associated Press5 hours ago
Lives Lost: A mismatched pair's love story ends with virusHe was a by-the-book, buttoned-up conservative whose opinions could be quick and blunt
The Associated Press5 hours ago
In this Monday, April 6, 2020, photo, a report delivered to the city of Austin, Texas, on COVID-19 health care demand is photographed in Frederick, Md. The latest statistical models forecast fewer deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic before August. But there’s huge uncertainty in these models because health officials are still trying to get a handle on how the virus acts, how carefully people stick with social distancing and other restrictions, and treatment of the disease. (AP Photo/Jon Elswick)
Modeling coronavirus: 'Uncertainty is the only certainty'The latest statistical models show a glimmer of hope, forecasting fewer deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic before August
The Associated Press6 hours ago
Body of Kathleen Kennedy Townsend's daughter recoveredMaryland authorities say they have recovered the body of the daughter of former Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend after she and her son went missing after a canoeing accident
The Associated Press9 hours ago
Medical supplies sit on a shelf at the TCF Center, Monday, April 6, 2020, in Detroit. The White House said Monday, April 6, that some states are requesting far more medical supplies than they need to fight the coronavirus pandemic, pushing back against criticism that the distribution of vital equipment has been chaotic. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
White House: States need to better calibrate supply requestsThe White House says some states are requesting far more medical supplies than they need to fight the coronavirus pandemic
The Associated Press11 hours ago
FILE - In this March 23, 2020, file photo, a jogger runs past shuttered shops along Venice Beach Boardwalk, in Los Angeles. The coronavirus crisis is upending service businesses, and the crisis may permanently change the way Americans work, shop and socialize, even after the disease fades away. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)
After virus fades, service industries may be changed foreverThe coronavirus crisis is upending service businesses, and the crisis may permanently change the way Americans work, shop and socialize, even after the disease fades away
The Associated Press14 hours ago
Arizona caterer Pat Christofolo, who owns Artisan by Santa Barbara Catering as well as The Farm at South Mountain, stands next to an empty pavilion tent usually used for weddings and other events has had business drop off due to the coronavirus shown here Wednesday, April 1, 2020, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Virus puts event planning industry on brink of devastationThe events industry, which exists to bring people together, has been hit particularly hard by fallout from the coronavirus
The Associated Press16 hours ago
FILE - In this April 2, 2020 file photo, an adult and a child, both wearing face masks amid the coronavirus outbreak, carry bags in the Chinatown neighborhood of Los Angeles. The first U.S. national data on COVID-19 in children suggest that while the virus usually isn’t severe in kids, some do get sick enough to require hospital treatment. The new information is in a federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released Monday, April 6, 2020. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)
Virus is mostly mild and rarely fatal for US kids, data showThe first nationwide report on COVID-19 in U.S. children suggests that while the virus usually is mild and rarely fatal in kids, some do require hospital treatment
The Associated Press16 hours ago
FILE - In this Aug. 7, 2019, file photo, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock speaks at the National Press Club in Washington. Major construction projects moving forward along the U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico amid the coronavirus pandemic are raising fears workers could spread infections within nearby communities including several Native American tribes. Bullock said that could further strain rural health systems facing the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)
Work starts in Montana on disputed Canada-US oil pipelineA Canadian company has started construction on the long-stalled Keystone XL oil sands pipeline despite calls from tribal leaders and environmentalists to delay the $8 billion project amid the coronavirus pandemic
The Associated Press16 hours ago
FILE - In this March 28, 2020, file photo, James Nguyen, a fuel cell stack testing engineer, tests ventilator oxygen at Bloom Energy in Sunnyvale, Calif. Bloom Energy is a fuel cell generator company that has switched over to refurbishing ventilators as an increasing number of patients experience respiratory issues as a result of COVID-19. California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday, April 6, 2020, the state would loan 500 ventilators to the national stockpile for use by New York and other states experiencing a crush of coronavirus-related hospitalizations. (Beth LaBerge/Pool Photo via AP, File)
California lends 500 ventilators to 4 states, 2 territoriesFive hundred ventilators on loan from California will be deployed to four states and two U.S. territories as they battle the coronavirus
The Associated Press16 hours ago
FILE - In this Nov. 14, 2016 file photo, evergreen trees are silhouetted on the mountain top as a supermoon rises over over the Dark Sky Community of Summit Sky Ranch in Silverthorne, Colo., Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. A supermoon will rise in the sky Tuesday evening, April 7, 2020, looking to be the biggest and brightest of the year.  Not only will the moon be closer to Earth than usual, it will also be a full moon.   (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey, File)
Catch this week's supermoon, biggest and brightest of yearA supermoon rises in the sky this week, looking to be the biggest and brightest of the year
The Associated Press17 hours ago
This undated booking photo provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office shows Ali Yousif Ahmed Al-Nouri, an Iraqi man who has been arrested in Arizona as part of an extradition request made by the Iraqi government, which charged him with murder in the 2006 shooting deaths of two police officers in Fallujah. A court hearing for Ahmed is scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, in Phoenix. (Maricopa County Sheriff's Office via AP)
Prosecutors: Suspect in Iraq slayings should remain jailedProsecutors say an Iraqi immigrant who ran a Phoenix driving school and is charged with participating in the 2006 killings of two Iraqi police officers nearly 15 years ago should remain jailed during his extradition case
The Associated Press17 hours ago
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