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Coronavirus: Toilet paper argument turns violent
Police were called to a western Sydney Woolworths after three women got into a heated confrontation as two stacked up their trolley with too many rolls of toilet paper.
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Here's how much bitcoin beat the Dow and S&P 500 in the first quarter
Bitcoin has fallen less than major U.S. equity indices in the first quarter but still hasn't proven it can act as a "safe haven" in times of market turmoil.
IMF says coronavirus crisis requires 'wartime' policy response
Global policymakers must enact "wartime" measures to fight the coronavirus pandemic, the IMF said.
Global coronavirus cases will hit 1 million and 50,000 deaths in a few days, WHO officials say
Global cases: More than 911,300. Global deaths: At least 45,400, US cases: At least 200,000, US deaths: At least 4,400
How to SEW a Medical FACE MASK // TUTORIAL
Quick and easy tutorial For home made face mask.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Answering kids' COVID-19 questions
Why are playgrounds and schools closed? How long do germs last? How long does it take before you start showing symptoms? How do people recover when there's no cure? And when can...
Boris sparks security concerns after revealing Zoom ID for Cabinet meeting
Boris Johnson raised security concerns on Tuesday when he tweeted a picture of a virtual cabinet meeting but did not remove the meeting ID number.
HSBC and Standard Chartered to cancel dividends, suspend buy-backs
HSBC and Standard Chartered said on Wednesday they would cancel their dividends and not launch any share buy-backs in 2020 after a financial regulator in the United Kingdom aske...
‘No shortage of rice’, but please stop hoarding
The world will not run into rice shortages due to the disruption in supply chains caused by the new coronavirus, provided surges in panic buying and export bans do not spiral ou...
Jobless ex-MP fights coronavirus credit impact
Laura Smith, who is unemployed, says people's credit scores should not be affected by the pandemic.
A fifth of smaller firms 'will run out of cash'
Despite government help, almost 20% of UK firms are unlikely to get the money they need to survive.
California Plans To Release 3,500 Prisoners Because Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
America first not only in coronavirus, but also in number of prisoners per capita. USA has the highest rate of prisoners per capita - 10 times more then countries that belongs t...
Should you wear a mask? US health officials re-examine guidance amid coronavirus crisis
It's the debate heard 'round the world: Should you or shouldn't you wear a face mask during the coronavirus pandemic? That's something White House and US Centers for Disease Con...
Trump warns of 'painful' two weeks ahead as White House projects more than 100,000 coronavirus deaths
President Donald Trump warned of a "painful" and "tough" two-week stretch ahead as he extended nationwide distancing measures that - even if followed closely - could still mean ...
After 'Zoom bombings', other incidents, FBI warns of videoconferencing hijacking amid coronavirus
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is warning of potential hijacks of videoconferencing applications. Overnight, the FBI highlighted two incidents in Massachusetts related to t...
FEMA sends 85 refrigerated trucks to New York City to hold bodies
FEMA is sending 85 refrigerated trucks to New York City to serve as temporary morgues as the death toll from the coronavirus grows.
Trump says he sees Germany as an enemy because of World War II
Former State Department official calls president's 'personality driven' foreign policy 'devastating' during pandemic outbreak
New world order: Russia and China Sends Medical Aid to Coronavirus-Hit U.S., Trump Says
Russia and other countries have sent medical aid to the United States, the hardest-hit country in the deadly coronavirus outbreak, U.S. President Donald Trump said Monday.
More than 3,000 coronavirus deaths in US as large cities battle hospital bed shortages
The U.S. hit another grim milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic Monday, recording its 3,000 death as the nation's most populated cities put out cries for aid and extra hospital beds.
8 strains of the coronavirus are circling the globe. Here's what clues they're giving scientists.
At least eight strains of the coronavirusare making their way around the globe, creating a trail of death and disease that scientists are tracking by their genetic footprints.
Medtronic is sharing its portable ventilator design specifications and code for free to all
Healthcare and biomedical engineering company Medtronic was in the news recently because Tesla CEO Elon Musk had discussions with the company about the automaker’s potential pl...
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