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Moscow goes into lockdown, rest of Russia braces…

The Russian capital has woken up to a lockdown obliging most people in the city of 13 million to stay home

This Ancient Doll Was Found Exposed In Grave

A Roman-era doll was found in Jerusalem, further exemplifying the enduring popularity of the beloved toys.

Human Testing of Johnson & Johnson Coronavirus…

Human Testing of Johnson & Johnson Coronavirus Vaccine to Begin By September Johnson & Johnson said Monday that its experimental vaccine could be available for emergency use authorization by early 2021. The company said it has committed more than $1 billion to co-fund the vaccine research, with the federal Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, part of the Department of Health and Human Services. Shares of Johnson & Johnson rose more than 4% in premarket trading following the announcement. Johnson & Johnson is also increasing its manufacturing capacity with a new location in the U.S., and expansions to existing sites in other countries to potentially distribute the vaccine quickly. Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson CEO, via CNBC Alex Gorsky, via CNBC

Birx: 100K to 200K Deaths if Things Go 'Almost…

The figure of up to 200,000 possible American deaths from the coronavirus is now in wide circulation, with Dr. Anthony Fauci and President Trump both mentioning the number on Sunday. On Monday, the White House coronavirus response coordinator agreed, and Dr. Deborah Birx cautioned that it's actually a best-case...

Biden Looking For New Fundraising Chief

Joe Biden’s campaign is looking to expand its fundraising operation. According to CNBC the campaign is readying to take on President Donald Trump in the general election. Officials within Biden’s campaign have discussed bringing in a new regional fundraising advisors. They are looking at aides from Sen. Kamala Harris’ and Pete Buttigieg’s campaigns. The campaign is trying to stay in the news as President Donald Trump and other leaders dominate the spotlight during the CoronaVirus pandemic.

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Spain Tightens Quarantine Orders

All non-essential workers are ordered to stay home for the next two weeks in Spain.

People take to trees to quarantine for two weeks

With nowhere to go in their homes, seven residents of a village in the Indian state of West Bengal have taken to trees to self-quarantine for two weeks amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Elephant

Trailer for 'Elephant' starring Meghan Markle

How Neighbors Are Social Distancing—Together

Social distancing doesn't mean you can't still socialize. In Indiana, Fort Wayne is suggesting residents go outside every night and wave to their neighbors—from the recommended distance of at least 6 feet apart. "Now is the time to look after one another, even from a safe distance," the city...

Lufthansa puts 27,000 workers on short hours

German airline Lufthansa is putting 27,000 of its 35,000 employees on short hours under a government support program that will ensure they get most of their pay while the virus outbreak reduces air traffic

Internet 'Father' Vint Cerf Tests Positive For…

Vint Cerf, who is often referred as the “father” of the Internet, reported on Monday morning that he’s tested positive for COVID-19.

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Trump Extends COVID-19 Distancing Guidelines…

Trump Extends COVID-19 Distancing Guidelines Through April Donald Trump recently announced that Americans would have to continue practicing social distancing guidelines until at least April 30, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. Donald Trump, via ’New York Times’ This means that Americans must continue to avoid activities such as nonessential travel, dining in at restaurants and gathering in groups of more than 10. Trump’s decision to extend the coronavirus guidelines is a sharp turn from his previous upbeat prediction that all would be well and back to normal by Easter. According to Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Trump’s new decision is due to recent predictions from his advisors and health officials, which say that as many as 200,000 Americans could die from COVID-19 in the country even with restrictions in place. Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, via ‘NY Times’

Belligerent Surfer Fined $1K for Ignoring Virus…

Much of California's coastline is closed amid the coronavirus pandemic—but on Saturday morning, a surfer who apparently really needed his fix was fined $1,000 for ignoring the rules, the Los Angeles Times reports. A Los Angeles County lifeguard at Manhattan Beach ordered the man to stay out of...

New ABC Poll Good News For Trump

A new poll from ABC / Washington Post poll is good new for President Donald Trump. According to the poll 15% of Bernie Sanders voters would vote for the President if Joe Biden is the Democratic nominee. USA Today reports that in 2016 12% of Sanders voters broke for Trump in the general election. In 2016 an ABC News poll found 20% of Sanders supporters said they would vote for Trump over Clinton. In 2016 Trump won 8% of Democrats.

Labs Across The Country Race To Develop A…

While a vaccine is likely many months away, research and development is happening in many labs across the nation.

Northwest to remain stormy as March concludes

A storm will bring heavy rain and potentially damaging winds to the Northwest and will impact cities such as Portland, Oregon, and Seattle.

Dolphin Reef

Trailer for 'Dolphin Reef' starring Natalie Portman

Astronauts' Urine May Be Handy on the Moon

In the fictional world, Matt Damon used his own poop to grow potatoes on Mars. In the real world, scientists just figured out another way human waste—in this case, urine—could benefit future astronauts. Their new study suggests astronauts could build shelters with lunar soil and human urine, reports...

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With more infections than China, Spain tightens…

Spain has enforced even tighter stay-at-home rules for its 47 million people, as the country overtook China as the nation with the third-highest number of reported infections in the world, after the United States and Italy

Map Reveals Possible Water Beneath Moon's Surface

A map based on data gathered by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter shows that there could be water beneath the Moon’s surface.