Coronavirus

Live Concert Streams to Watch During Coronavirus Crisis (Updating)

As concerts continue to be cancelled over coronavirus concerns, some artists are offering live concert streams to keep you connected at home. Here’s our updating list of what to watch.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger's Home Workout Is Interrupted by Pet Donkey Lulu

Arnold Schwarzenegger had the best workout buddy on Thursday afternoon – his pet donkey, Lulu, who walked around the at-home fitness center and looked over his shoulder. See the adorable video now.
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Woman Duped Into Sending Life Savings by FedEx in Coronavirus Scam

A woman in South Florida says she lost her life savings when she was targeted in a coronavirus scam by someone claiming to be with the Social Security Administration.
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1 in 5 Teachers Unlikely to Return When Schools Reopen in the Fall: Poll

Most people across the country expect schools to reopen in the fall, but a new poll found a handful of teachers, and students will likely not return.
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Pearl Jam, Brandi Carlile, and Macklemore Performing at ‘All In WA’ Virtual COVID-19 Relief Concert

Eddie Vedder, Brandi Carlile, Macklemore, and Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard are among the Seattle musicians taking part in the All In WA COVID-19 relief concert. The event takes place on June 10 at 10PM ET / 7PM PT.
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103-Year-Old Great-Great Grandmother Beats Coronavirus and Throws Back a Bud Light

Jennie Stenja, a 103-year-old woman from Massachusetts, celebrated her recent recovery from coronavirus by enjoying an ice cold Bud Light. Raise your glass!
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The US Surpasses 100,000 Deaths From Coronavirus

While the US remains at the epicenter of the coronavirus crisis, the country has just surpassed a shocking milestone amidst the pandemic. The country has just tracked over 100,000 deaths from the virus.
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How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Improve the Travel Industry

The coronavirus pandemic is bringing forth some positive and much-needed changes for the the travel industry including touchless technology, less time spent waiting in line, and faster check in. Read more.
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People Are Throwing Away Stimulus Debit Cards Thinking It's Junk Mail

Earlier this month, the Treasury Department reported that it would begin issuing some stimulus checks via prepaid debit cards in the mail. If you have junk mail, don’t throw it away because it may be your stimulus check on a debit card.
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An Extra $450 a Week? What to Know About the Newly Proposed ‘Back-to-Work’ Bonus

Officials are considering a weekly ‘back-to-work’ bonus that will pay unemployed Americans returning to work $450 a week in coronavirus relief aid. Learn about the proposal.
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