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The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically reshaped the Democratic presidential nominating calendar, [...]

With life in most of the United States grinding to a halt and the economy set to tip into a recessio [...]

A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday allowed Texas to enforce limits at least temporarily on the ability [...]

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday urged Florida officials to open an Atlantic Coast port to a D [...]

The U.S. government raced on Tuesday to build hundreds of makeshift hospitals near major cities as h [...]

The commander of U.S. troops in South Korea on Wednesday called for negotiators to quickly resolve a [...]

Four women died and one person was injured after a fire broke out in an apartment building in the Br [...]

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Sarosh Janjua, a Boston-area doctor received a small act of kindness from a Minnesota state trooper — and a warning not to speed.       

U.S. deaths surpass 4,000 as public health officials warn of up to 240,000 fatalities amid growing coronavirus pandemic.        

In 1984, soul icon Marvin Gaye was pronounced dead, after being shot at his parents' house. (April 1)       

Over 50 residents of a Southern California nursing home have been infected with the coronavirus. Cedar Mountain Post Acute Rehabilitation in Yucaipa was told to assume that all of its patients have COVID-19, a health official said. (April 1)       

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital released a coloring book to help explain COVID-19 to its patients. The book is available for download.       

Here's the latest for Wednesday April 1st: White House forecasts at least 100,000 could die of coronavirus; Over 50 at California nursing home have COVID-19; Hundreds attend Louisiana church service; Strong earthquake rocks Idaho.       

Buses and cars filled a church parking lot near Baton Rouge, Louisiana Tuesday evening as worshipers flocked to hear a pastor who is facing misdemeanor charges for holding services despite a ban on gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic. (April 1)