Rhode Island door knocks in search of fleeing New…

The Rhode Island National Guard started going door to door in coastal areas to inform any New Yorkers who may have come to the state that they must self-quarantine for 14 days while Gov. Gina Raimondo expanded the mandatory self-quarantine to anyone visiting the state

Civil Rights Leader Joseph Lowery Dies At 98

He spent much of his life fighting segregation and lived to see the first black president.

Trump Gives Order to Bring Back Retired Troops

The Pentagon will call back a number of retired and reserve troops to help fight the pandemic, after President Trump issued an executive order Friday night. He did not say if anyone would be returned to service who didn't agree to it, the Washington Post reports. The order covers retirees,...

Powerful tornado forms in the distance

A man was driving near Rhodes, Iowas, when he spotted a tornado forming on March 28.

SeaWorld furloughs 90% of workers because of…

The coronavirus outbreak continues to shake up the business world

The National Guard Seeks Fleeing New Yorkers

New Yorkers seeking refuge in Rhode Island might want to think again. The state's police and National Guard are pulling over drivers with New York plates, and knocking on doors for recent travelers from the Empire State—America's epicenter for the coronavirus outbreak, NBC News reports. Such visitors are told...

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New York gets hospital ship, possible quarantine

US President Donald Trump floated the idea of a quarantine as early as Saturday affecting residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut for a short time to stop the spread of coronavirus from reaching states with fewer infections. (March 28)

Music fest, barbecue contest in Memphis are…

Tourism officials in Memphis, Tennessee, say the Beale Street Music Festival and the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest have been rescheduled for the fall after being postponed by the new coronavirus outbreak

Activists Ask Trump To Use His Own Legislation To…

The Trump administration has alluded to a plan to free "nonviolent" at-risk federal prisoners but has yet to pull the trigger.

Roughly 33K Americans Still Can't Get Home

Some 33,000 Americans are still struggling to get back home amid the growing coronavirus pandemic, NBC News reports. Some 15,440 have already returned, but so many are stuck abroad that some are just planning to stay until the pandemic is over. "In some places, people have decided they're...

Basement overflowed as floodwaters spill inside

This basement is overwhelmed as floodwaters spill into this home in Westfield, Indiana, on March 28. That trash can proved to be ineffective as well.

3 more national parks close to prevent…

Three more of America's most popular national parks have closed their gates as pressure mounts on superintendents to prevent crowded trails that could lead to more spread of the coronavirus even as the Trump administration sticks to its decision to waive entrance fees at the parks

Ex-Biden Aide Makes Harrowing Accusation

"You're nothing to me." A former Joe Biden aide says those words are still ringing in her ears after he allegedly sexually assaulted her in 1993, the Huffington Post reports. The accuser, Tara Reade, went on a podcast this week and said Biden kissed her, thrust his fingers inside her,...

Trump raises idea of quarantines for northeast US

US President Donald Trump said Saturday that he was considering a type of enforceable quarantine to prevent people in New York and parts of New Jersey and Connecticut from traveling. (March 28)

What you need to know today about the virus…

President Donald Trump has backed away from calling for a quarantine for coronavirus hotspots in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut

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U.S. Files Criminal Charges Against Venezuela's…

The leader of Venezuela's socialist regime and top officials are charged with facilitating cocaine shipments to the U.S.

She Said Virus Coverage Was to Hurt Trump. Now, a…

Two weeks ago, Trish Regan's Fox Business show went on "hiatus" after remarks she made dismissing the coronavirus as an "impeachment scam" hyped up by Democrats to make President Trump look bad. Now, the anchor and the network have officially "parted ways," per CNNBusiness . "We thank her for her contributions...

Webcam footage shows dramatic tornado formation

As severe weather rocked the central U.S. on Saturday, March 28, reports emerged of significant tornado damage in Jonesboro, Arkansas.

Whales face more fatal ship collisions as waters…

Scientists say the world's largest whales face increased risk of death from ship strikes as waters warm

Doctors as Virus Cases in US Pass 100K: 'We Are…

Just two days ago, there were about 82,000 cases of the coronavirus in the United States, making it the country with the most cases in the world . Now that count has surpassed 100,000, per Reuters , which reports the US number rose by about 18,000 on Friday—the...

Business owners hope to stay open despite outbreak

While much of the U.S. is living on lockdown to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, several Southern states are resisting. Small businesses considered non-essential say the governors are the only thing between them and financial ruin. (March 28)

Coronavirus roils every segment of US child…

Child welfare agencies across the United States are scrambling to confront new challenges arising because of the coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus Postpones, Cancels SAT And ACT Exams

Some colleges and universities are already dropping the tests as admission requirements in light of the coronavirus.

A Civil Rights Icon, Dead at 98

A civil rights icon who was an aide to Martin Luther King Jr., conducted the benediction prayer at Barack Obama's 2009 presidential inauguration, and led the Southern Christian Leadership Conference for two decades has died. Relatives of the Rev. Joseph E. Lowery say the 98-year-old died at home in Atlanta...

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Large tornado sends sparks flying from damaged…

This tornado terrorized Jonesboro, Arkansas, sending sparks flying from power lines on March 28. Other debris can be seen flying in the air as well.

What's essential? In France: pastry, wine. In US…

The coronavirus pandemic is defining for the globe what's essential and what things we really can't do without, even though we might not need them for survival

In Wuhan, a Few Test Positive After Recovery

A number of patients in Wuhan have tested positive for the second time for the coronavirus after testing negative and making a recovery. That raises a few possibilities, NPR reports. One is that the diagnostic tools aren't 100% accurate. Or there could be another round of infections beginning, just as...