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  Parents suspected in 2 daughters’ homicides found dead in W.Va. woods

Police are waiting for an autopsy report from the state medical examiner’s office to determine how the couple and children died.

Man hides coronavirus symptoms to visit expectant wife at NY hospital

  CNN’s Chris Cuomo hosts show from basement after testing positive for coronavirus

Watchdog finds new problems with FBI wiretap applications

  Should you wear mask in public if not sick with coronavirus?

  Florida docking plan in the works for ill-fated cruise ships

Jonesboro remains under curfew after EF-3 tornado destroyed dozens of homes

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  ‘Star Wars’ actor Andrew Jack dies of coronavirus at 76 in Britain

Those without broadband struggle in a stuck-at-home nation

Businesses may get COVID-19 relief loans as soon as Friday

FCC implementing new system to combat spoofed robocalls

  VIDEO: Indiana woman creates goofy COVID-19 song to Beatles tune

  At least 28 test positive for COVID-19 in Texas after chartered spring break trip

Pastor of La. church charged, accused of disobeying governor’s order

The pastor of a church in Central, La. will be charged with six misdemeanor counts of disobeying the powers of the governor.

  Stocks drift, still headed to worst quarter since 2008

The surge of coronavirus cases around the world has sent markets to breathtaking drops since mid-February, undercutting what had been a good start to the year.

US finds major cross-border tunnel used to smuggle drugs

Authorities seized more than two tons of a variety of drugs, a departure from earlier discoveries that consisted largely of marijuana.

  How to strengthen your immune system to combat illnesses

Isolating due to the coronavirus is not the only way you can help keep yourself from getting sick. Boosting your immune system is a good idea to ward off illness and you can do that from the comfort of your own home.

Part of lost continent found under Canada

The 2020 toilet paper crisis: Calculating how long your supply will last

  Amazon fires warehouse worker who staged walkout

  A guide to surviving financially as the bills come due

Prosecutor: Michigan man who claimed to have COVID-19 at Kroger tested negative

NFL team owners vote to expand playoffs to 14 teams

  Tenor Plácido Domingo feels ‘fine’ after coronavirus

The 79-year-old was reportedly hospitalized in Mexico after publicly acknowledging on March 22 that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and said he was going into isolation.

  Coronavirus slump expected to rival big recessions in history

In a wide-ranging report using data that in parts goes back 800 years, Jim Reid and Henry Allen found that the downturns are in many cases set to be deeper than those endured in the immediate aftermath of the global financial crisis 12 years ago — and then some.

  Florida family creates virtual Disney vacation at home

They pulled out all the stops with face-painting, a character-themed breakfast and their own park-inspired attractions.

Marriott says new data breach affects 5.2 million guests

Marriott said Tuesday approximately 5.2 million guests worldwide may have been affected.

  Sesame Workshop enlists Elmo, Cookie Monster on hand washing

The beloved Sesame Street Muppets are featured in some of four new animated public service spots reminding young fans to take care while doing such things as washing hands and sneezing.

  Doctors say pink eye a potential symptom of COVID-19

The American Academy of Ophthalmology is recommending doctors take coronavirus precautions when dealing with patients, as several reports suggest the virus can cause conjunctivitis, or pink eye.

  Coronavirus: Walmart to take workers’ temperatures, provide gloves and masks

The company’s policy already asks workers to self-monitor for symptoms of the virus and not come to work if they don’t feel well.

  Dozens of choir members sickened by coronavirus, 2 dead, after early March rehearsal

Before businesses and schools shut down, nearly 60 people in the choir met at a church to practice. The choir said nearly everyone who had shown up was sick days later.

  Fed steps in once again to try to smooth out lending markets

The Fed is trying to facilitate lending and boost confidence that it will do all it can to support the global financial system.

  WATCH: Goats take over Welsh city while people are on lockdown

Local folks in the coastal town west of Liverpool are finding the critters pretty much everywhere, in gardens, backyards and the strolling along Llandudno’s empty streets.

Trump rollback of mileage standards guts climate change push

The Trump administration released a final rule Tuesday on mileage standards through 2026.

  Neurosurgeon who separated conjoined twins dies from complications of coronavirus

Renowned pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Jim Goodrich died Monday of complications related to coronavirus.

NASA offering fun activities for families stuck at home during coronavirus outbreak

NASA’s website includes dozens of tutorials on different STEM activities for kids and adults alike.

  Calif. phone case company starts making masks as need for medical gear grows

Nomad said their goal is to get as many masks to as many people who need them as quickly and inexpensively as possible.

Royal no more: Harry and Meghan start uncertain new chapter

The royal schism that the couple triggered in January by announcing that they would step down from official duties, give up public funding, seek financial independence and swap the U.K. for North America becomes official on March 31.

  How will we vote? Outbreak revives debate on mail-in ballots

In some states, it would amount to a major revamp of their voting system just eight months before an election.

Idaho governor signs into law anti-transgender legislation

The legislation prohibits transgender people from changing the sex listed on their birth certificates and bans transgender girls and women from competing in women's sports.

Suspect in high-speed chase tells troopers he was teaching dog how to drive

The suspect is accused of driving more than 100 miles per hour on Interstate 5 in Seattle and hitting two vehicles.

  Daughter says goodbye to mother dying of coronavirus over FaceTime

Knowing her patient would die soon, a charge nurse got dressed in protective gear and used her personal cell phone to help her daughter say goodbye over FaceTime.

‘Strega Nona’ author Tomie dePaola dies at 85

Tomie dePaola worked on over 270 books in more than half a century of publishing. Nearly 25 million copies of his books have been sold worldwide, and they have been translated into more than 20 languages.

  Some Instacart, Amazon workers strike as jobs get riskier due to coronavirus

The one-day strikes had little impact on consumers, but the unrest called attention to mounting discontent among low-wage workers who are on the front lines of the pandemic.

NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility

The council is made up of college sports administrators representing all 32 D-I conferences, plus two members of the student-athlete advisory committee.

  Abortion providers sue Texas over virus outbreak order

Planned Parenthood joined other abortion providers Wednesday in suing Texas over moving to ban abortions during the coronavirus outbreak.

  US cities brace for coronavirus spread; Spain’s hospitals at breaking point

The top infectious-disease expert in the United States warned that smaller U.S. cities are about to witness the rapid acceleration in coronavirus cases that New York is seeing.

US set to extend Iran nuclear cooperation sanctions waivers

The Trump administration is poised to renew several waivers on U.S. sanctions against Iran that will allow Russian, European and Chinese companies to continue to work on Iran's civilian nuclear facilities without drawing American penalties.

  ‘Goodnight with Dolly’: Country star to read bedtime stories to kids online

The Facebook event “will feature Dolly Parton reading a series of Imagination Library books all carefully chosen for their appropriate content at this moment in time.”

  How would overwhelmed hospitals decide who to treat first?

Health care workers are dreading the prospect of such dire scenarios as U.S. hospitals brace for a looming surge in patients who need breathing machines and other resources that could soon be in critically short supply.

White House Easter Egg Roll is canceled amid coronavirus outbreak

Kids of all ages will have to wait until next year to meet the White House Easter Bunny.

In D.C., a virtual tip jar is helping wait staff in need

Rodriguez is a full-time bartender and grad student at the Red Derby in Washington D.C, which is closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus.

Wilkie discusses VA’s coronavirus response, offers advice to veterans

Each day, we’re learning more about what the different federal agencies are doing to try to protect Americans from the coronavirus.

  NY Rep. Velazquez diagnosed with ‘presumed’ case of COVID-19

New York Rep. Nydia Velázquez stood within feet of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic and Republican leaders at a signing ceremony after the bill was passed.

Agriculture Secretary, lawmakers aim to protect farmers during COVID-19 outbreak

You’ve likely seen it in grocery stores; barren shelves and empty isles.

State Department helping thousands of stranded Americans return home

There are about 33,500 Americans who remain stranded abroad that the U.S. Department of State is working to help return home, according to spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus.

New Trump mileage standards to gut Obama climate effort

President Donald Trump is expected to relax ambitious Obama-era vehicle mileage standards and raise the ceiling on damaging fossil fuel emissions for years to come, gutting one of the United States' single-biggest efforts against climate change.

Photo of health care workers flying to help NY gets love

The photo shows dozens of people, some wearing masks and gloves, holding their hands in the shape of a heart.

  Wall Street pushes higher, led by surging health care stocks

The relatively tentative moves in the market follow last week’s stellar performance, where the S&P 500 surged 10.2% for its biggest weekly gain since the market hit bottom in 2009 following the financial crisis.

Florida pastor arrested for violating rules amid virus outbreak

Florida officials have arrested the pastor of a megachurch after detectives say he held two Sunday services with hundreds of people and violated a safer-at-home order in place to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

  FBI: ‘Don’t fall victim to stimulus check scams’

Officials say don’t fall victim to phone calls, texts, e-mails or websites that ask for personal or financial information in order to receive your federal payment.

Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ prompts Fla. sheriff to ask for new leads in cold case

The Netflix documentary series "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" has become the top show in the country on the streaming platform, and a Florida sheriff hopes to use the popularity to get new leads in a cold case.

  How to avoid aches and pains while working from home during coronavirus pandemic

If you’re working from home because of the coronavirus outbreak, there are some things you can do to make sure you don’t strain your body.

  Singer John Prine is in stable condition, his wife says

The singer-songwriter's family said Sunday that Prine was critically ill.

WATCH: Italian twins strike a chord with Coldplay’s ‘Viva la Vida’ in a coronavirus world

Mirko and Valerio have racked up millions of views over the last couple of weeks after recording the song while in isolation during the pandemic.

  At least 130 test positive for coronavirus at Tenn. nursing home, including 2 deaths

At least 130 people, including staff members and residents, have tested positive. At least two people have died from COVID-19.

  Traveling to Florida? You may be stopped at a checkpoint

People entering Florida driving on the Interstate will be screened near the state line as the state looks to stop the spread of COVID-19.

  Time to ‘revenge shop’: China’s coronavirus hot spot reopens

Officials are under orders to revive manufacturing, retailing and other industries while also preventing a spike in infections as people return to work.

  Macy’s to furlough majority of its 130,000 workers amid coronavirus outbreak

Macy’s says it will stop paying tens of thousands of employees who were thrown out of work when the chain closed its stores in response to collapsing sales during the pandemic.

Maryland governor issues ‘stay at home’ directive

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has issued a “stay-at-home” directive in response to the coronavirus.

  Student learns she’s school valedictorian at drive-thru window where she works

The high school principal didn't let her school’s closure stop her from announcing this year's valedictorian and salutatorian.

Venomous snake gets stuck in 3-month-old’s stroller in Goose Creek

A Goose Creek resident says a venomous snake got caught in the stroller as she was taking a walk with her 3-month-old daughter in the Brickhope Greens neighborhood.

  Phoenix officer killed, 2 others wounded; gunman killed

Officials say a Phoenix police commander was killed and two other officers were injured in a shooting during a domestic violence call.

Jackson gas station owner charges $1 per gallon, offers free sandwiches and water

A Jackson gas station owner is giving back to his community during the global pandemic.

Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum closed by virus

The Singer Laren museum east of Amsterdam says “Spring Garden” by the Dutch master was taken in the early hours of Monday.

  Prince Charles ends isolation period for coronavirus

Royal officials said last week the 71-year-old heir to the British throne was showing mild symptoms of COVID-19 and self-isolating at the royal family’s Balmoral estate in Scotland.

  Is takeout safe to eat during the coronavirus outbreak? Experts explain.

There has not been evidence to show the virus is transmitted by eating food.

  AP FACT CHECK: Trump gets a reality check on coronavirus

For weeks, President Donald Trump carved out a trail of groundless assurances about the coronavirus pandemic as health officials, governors and local officials sounded the alarm about what was coming — and already here.

  Blissful ignorance? Submariners likely unaware of coronavirus pandemic

Mariners aboard ballistic submarines are habitually spared bad news while underwater to avoid undermining their morale, say current and former officers who served aboard France's nuclear-armed subs.

  Tokyo Olympics rescheduled for July 23-Aug. 8 in 2021

Last week, the IOC and Japanese organizers postponed the Olympics until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

  Trump uses wartime act but GM says it’s already moving fast

President Donald Trump, claiming the company wasn't moving fast enough, on Friday invoked the Defense Production Act, which gives the government broad authority to direct companies to meet national defense needs.