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'I heard the roar': Big earthquake hits Idaho

A large earthquake struck north of Boise on Tuesday evening, with people across a large area reporting shaking

Hogfish Takes A 'Spa Day'

A hogfish at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium took a spa day on Tuesday.

Glasses May Offer Some Protection From Coronavirus

Glasses May Offer Some Protection From Coronavirus Good news for glasses wearers. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, wearing glasses can help you stop touching your face. This prevents one of the key points of transmission for the virus. Contact lens users must touch their eyeballs at least twice a day. They also touch their eyes more than people who wear glasses. Dr. Thomas Steinemann, via CNN Dr. Thomas Steinemann, via CNN

US Captain Fighting Outbreak Pleads With Navy to…

With at least 100 sailors having tested positive for the coronavirus, the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt is pleading with his Navy bosses to let him evacuate the crew onto land. The ship has a crew of more than 4,000. "We are not at war. Sailors do not...

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Reasons To Not Order Non-Essential Packages Right…

A report from Adobe Analytics revealed Americans are buying several things online during their stay-at-home orders. According to the HuffPost, while some essential shopping is necessary, non-essential items shouldn’t be ordered. While shopping online may help companies generate revenue, it comes at the risk of their workers. A group of Amazon workers walked off the job in New York to protest the lack of health safety protocols. Several warehouse workers are speaking out over the growing demand of frivolous online orders that expands work interactions.

Coach Who Disarmed Student Receives U.S.' Highest…

The former high school security guard disarmed a student who brought a gun to class and consoled him until police arrived.

No calm before the storm

This chaotic footage was taken shortly before a confirmed tornado touched down in Pike County, Alabama, on March 31.

To The Stars

Trailer for 'To the Stars' starring Liana Liberato, Malin Akerman, Madisen Beaty, Shea Whigham, Adelaide Clemens

The 'Coronavirus Truthers' Have Arrived

NBC News is calling them "coronavirus deniers"; the Daily Beast is going with "coronavirus truthers." These are the people—most of them conspiracy theorists or far-right activists—who started the #FilmYourHospital hashtag urging people to head out to their local hospitals, film the entrances, and then post the results on...

6-man rotations? Piggybacking starters? Pitching…

Even with major leaguers likely to receive some semblance of another spring training to get ready, teams are going to have to be creative with how they handle starting pitchers whenever baseball returns

Here Are Some Signs You Might Be Allergic To Cats

Do you suffer from sniffles, itchy eyes, or even exhaustion whenever you’re near a cat?

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Do Beards Help Spread Coronavirus?

Do Beards Help Spread Coronavirus? There's been some debate about whether or not beards can spread coronavirus. Beards are notoriously germy. But beard-lovers can rejoice. Your scruff is most likely not increasing your chances of spreading COVID-19. Beards only present a problem when it comes to mask safety. Dr. Thomas Russo, via HuffPost Dr. Thomas Russo, via HuffPost Practicing good hygiene and handwashing for at least 20 seconds can help prevent the spread of the virus.

Coronavirus Takes Surgeon Who Separated Conjoined…

The pediatric neurosurgeon who, in 2016, separated conjoined twins Anias and Jadon McDonald has been felled by the coronavirus. Dr. James T. Goodrich died Monday from COVID-19 complications, People reports. A pioneer in his field, Goodrich "dedicated his life to saving children with complex neurological conditions," according to a statement...

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich Talks About…

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich said the coronavirus outbreak revealed the U.S. does not have a social safety net like other countries. According to Business Insider, he said the healthcare system is “as thin and inadequate as you can imagine.” Reich commented that healthcare workers are not getting the masks and protective gear they need. He said healthcare workers among other “essential workers” exposing themselves is “morally repugnant.” While Reich praised the unemployment part of the coronavirus bill, he said the rest gives big companies bailouts.

CDC Revisits Its Guidelines On Who Should Wear…

Health officials have said healthy people should not wear masks, but they're reportedly reviewing that guidance.

A/C essential earlier than normal in Florida

Summerlike temperatures have consistently risen throughout Florida all March as millions shelter in place, and now it's more critical than usual for A/C to work.

The Call Of The Wild (Digital Spot)

Trailer for 'The Call of the Wild' starring Karen Gillan, Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens, Bradley Whitford, Jean Louisa Kelly

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The Note Said They Were Dead, Had Hidden Their…

Eric and Pam Bealer met in the early 1980s and never looked back. They loved the wilderness and ended up settling on four acres outside the small Alaskan fishing village of Pelican. They collected their own water, raised animals, canned the vegetables they grew, made their own clothes, foraged for...

Durant, Young highlight players-only NBA 2K…

Kevin Durant and Trae Young will lead a 16-player field of NBA players in an NBA 2K20 tournament airing on ESPN

Here's Why You Don't Want To Use This Color For…

Painting a front door a color other than white can reportedly add value to a home, though some hues do a better job at that than others.