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Boston coronavirus aid shouldn’t be tied to sanctuary city rules, Marty Walsh responds to Trump

Boston coronavirus aid shouldn’t be tied to sanctuary city rules, Marty Walsh responds to Trump

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh pushed back on President Trump’s suggestion that the amount of federal resources available could depend on whether they’re “sanctuary [...] Read full article: Boston coronavirus aid shouldn’t be tied...→

Boston coronavirus aid shouldn’t be tied to sanctuary city rules, Marty Walsh responds to Trump

Boston coronavirus aid shouldn’t be tied to sanctuary city rules, Marty Walsh responds to Trump

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh pushed back on President Trump’s suggestion that the amount of federal resources available could depend on whether they’re “sanctuary [...] Read full article: Boston coronavirus aid shouldn’t be tied...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Metro gets $876M in federal funding through coronavirus aid package | WTOP

WMATA will be getting a boost to the tune of $876 million in federal funding, a Democratic delegation from Maryland announced Monday. Read full article: Metro gets $876M in federal funding thro...→

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Boston-area rents, already beginning to soften slightly, likely will drop more as the coronavirus crisis wears on, experts say — especially as September approa [...] Read full article: Coronavirus college uncertainty could ca...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Chuck Bangle says people are already in Ocean City as beaches reopen for recreational activities. Read full article: Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From...→

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

Marketing savy New York City drug dealers have seized on the COVID-19 pandemic, selling heroin in glassine packets stamped with the word “Coronavirus” next to [...] Read full article: 'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York ...→

Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coronavirus aid: 'They get $500 million-plus from taxpayers every year'

Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coronavirus aid: 'They get $500 million-plus from taxpayers every year'

Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich joined "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss how several Planned Parenthood affiliates got $80 million in coronavirus aid from [...] Read full article: Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coron...→

Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus complicates NY school reopening

Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus complicates NY school reopening

Over 150 possible cases of the Kawasaki disease-like ailment affecting kids exposed to coronavirus are now being probed in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thu [...] Read full article: Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus co...→

House to vote Friday on more coronavirus aid, despite GOP skeptics

House to vote Friday on more coronavirus aid, despite GOP skeptics

The Democratic-controlled House is pressing ahead Friday with votes on another massive rescue bill that would pump almost $1 trillion to state and local govern [...] Read full article: House to vote Friday on more coronavirus...→

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston is tapping local restaurants to feed the city’s hungry during the coronavirus pandemic that has left thousands of residents jobless — a “win-win program [...] Read full article: Boston taps struggling local restaurants...→

City Council passes small business relief package to aid store owners - amNewYork

BY BEN VERDE As the state’s stay-at-home measure drags on and store owners find themselves crushed under mounting expenses, the New York City Council Read full article: City Council passes small business relie...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Unlike some other testing sites, people do not have to be showing symptoms to qualify for a test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding C...→

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

The hospital's workers, from doctors and nurses to the facilities and food service teams, will receive round trip flights and three-night hotel stays. Read full article: Staff of New York City hospital surprise...→

Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in federal coronavirus aid

Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in federal coronavirus aid

A Chinese man who tried to get $20 million in federal aid for distressed businesses affected by the coronavirus created two bogus businesses Read full article: Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in fed...→

Deliberative Senate declines to debate more coronavirus aid

As Americans confront a crisis unlike any in modern times, the world’s greatest deliberative body is doing almost anything but deliberate the coronavirus. Read full article: Deliberative Senate declines to debate m...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

House-hunters looking for that “bright lights, big city” energy aren’t flooded with options. That’s what makes Millennium Tower at 1 Franklin Street still fair [...] Read full article: Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomi...→

Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be tied to coronavirus, coroner says

Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be tied to coronavirus, coroner says

DuPage County Coroner Richard Jorgensen said 20 people in the county have died from overdoses in the past three weeks, in comparison to 96 in all of 2019. Read full article: Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be t...→

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston’s small-business grants landed most in Dorchester, East Boston and the Back Bay, with nearly half going to women-owned businesses and immigrants. Read full article: Boston coronavirus small-business grants...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

A number of hospitals in Mexico City are reaching their maximum capacities, with some facilities being forced to turn patients away over the weekend, according [...] Read full article: Hospitals treating coronavirus patients ...→

Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests across NY, NJ

Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests across NY, NJ

Free coronavirus testing is now available at Rite Aid locations across New York and New Jersey. Read full article: Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests acro...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in federal coronavirus aid

Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in federal coronavirus aid

A Chinese man who tried to get $20 million in federal aid for distressed businesses affected by the coronavirus created two bogus businesses Read full article: Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in fed...→

Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus complicates NY school reopening

Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus complicates NY school reopening

Over 150 possible cases of the Kawasaki disease-like ailment affecting kids exposed to coronavirus are now being probed in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thu [...] Read full article: Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus co...→

Metro gets $876M in federal funding through coronavirus aid package | WTOP

WMATA will be getting a boost to the tune of $876 million in federal funding, a Democratic delegation from Maryland announced Monday. Read full article: Metro gets $876M in federal funding thro...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

House-hunters looking for that “bright lights, big city” energy aren’t flooded with options. That’s what makes Millennium Tower at 1 Franklin Street still fair [...] Read full article: Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomi...→

City Council passes small business relief package to aid store owners - amNewYork

BY BEN VERDE As the state’s stay-at-home measure drags on and store owners find themselves crushed under mounting expenses, the New York City Council Read full article: City Council passes small business relie...→

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston’s small-business grants landed most in Dorchester, East Boston and the Back Bay, with nearly half going to women-owned businesses and immigrants. Read full article: Boston coronavirus small-business grants...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Unlike some other testing sites, people do not have to be showing symptoms to qualify for a test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding C...→

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

A number of hospitals in Mexico City are reaching their maximum capacities, with some facilities being forced to turn patients away over the weekend, according [...] Read full article: Hospitals treating coronavirus patients ...→

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

The hospital's workers, from doctors and nurses to the facilities and food service teams, will receive round trip flights and three-night hotel stays. Read full article: Staff of New York City hospital surprise...→

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

Marketing savy New York City drug dealers have seized on the COVID-19 pandemic, selling heroin in glassine packets stamped with the word “Coronavirus” next to [...] Read full article: 'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York ...→

Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coronavirus aid: 'They get $500 million-plus from taxpayers every year'

Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coronavirus aid: 'They get $500 million-plus from taxpayers every year'

Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich joined "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss how several Planned Parenthood affiliates got $80 million in coronavirus aid from [...] Read full article: Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coron...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Deliberative Senate declines to debate more coronavirus aid

As Americans confront a crisis unlike any in modern times, the world’s greatest deliberative body is doing almost anything but deliberate the coronavirus. Read full article: Deliberative Senate declines to debate m...→

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Boston-area rents, already beginning to soften slightly, likely will drop more as the coronavirus crisis wears on, experts say — especially as September approa [...] Read full article: Coronavirus college uncertainty could ca...→

House to vote Friday on more coronavirus aid, despite GOP skeptics

House to vote Friday on more coronavirus aid, despite GOP skeptics

The Democratic-controlled House is pressing ahead Friday with votes on another massive rescue bill that would pump almost $1 trillion to state and local govern [...] Read full article: House to vote Friday on more coronavirus...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be tied to coronavirus, coroner says

Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be tied to coronavirus, coroner says

DuPage County Coroner Richard Jorgensen said 20 people in the county have died from overdoses in the past three weeks, in comparison to 96 in all of 2019. Read full article: Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be t...→

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston is tapping local restaurants to feed the city’s hungry during the coronavirus pandemic that has left thousands of residents jobless — a “win-win program [...] Read full article: Boston taps struggling local restaurants...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Chuck Bangle says people are already in Ocean City as beaches reopen for recreational activities. Read full article: Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From...→

Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests across NY, NJ

Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests across NY, NJ

Free coronavirus testing is now available at Rite Aid locations across New York and New Jersey. Read full article: Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests acro...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coronavirus aid: 'They get $500 million-plus from taxpayers every year'

Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coronavirus aid: 'They get $500 million-plus from taxpayers every year'

Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich joined "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss how several Planned Parenthood affiliates got $80 million in coronavirus aid from [...] Read full article: Pavlich decries Planned Parenthood coron...→

Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in federal coronavirus aid

Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in federal coronavirus aid

A Chinese man who tried to get $20 million in federal aid for distressed businesses affected by the coronavirus created two bogus businesses Read full article: Feds: Man lied to try to get $20M in fed...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus complicates NY school reopening

Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus complicates NY school reopening

Over 150 possible cases of the Kawasaki disease-like ailment affecting kids exposed to coronavirus are now being probed in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thu [...] Read full article: Kawasaki-like bug tied to coronavirus co...→

Deliberative Senate declines to debate more coronavirus aid

As Americans confront a crisis unlike any in modern times, the world’s greatest deliberative body is doing almost anything but deliberate the coronavirus. Read full article: Deliberative Senate declines to debate m...→

Metro gets $876M in federal funding through coronavirus aid package | WTOP

WMATA will be getting a boost to the tune of $876 million in federal funding, a Democratic delegation from Maryland announced Monday. Read full article: Metro gets $876M in federal funding thro...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Boston-area rents, already beginning to soften slightly, likely will drop more as the coronavirus crisis wears on, experts say — especially as September approa [...] Read full article: Coronavirus college uncertainty could ca...→

House to vote Friday on more coronavirus aid, despite GOP skeptics

House to vote Friday on more coronavirus aid, despite GOP skeptics

The Democratic-controlled House is pressing ahead Friday with votes on another massive rescue bill that would pump almost $1 trillion to state and local govern [...] Read full article: House to vote Friday on more coronavirus...→

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

House-hunters looking for that “bright lights, big city” energy aren’t flooded with options. That’s what makes Millennium Tower at 1 Franklin Street still fair [...] Read full article: Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomi...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be tied to coronavirus, coroner says

Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be tied to coronavirus, coroner says

DuPage County Coroner Richard Jorgensen said 20 people in the county have died from overdoses in the past three weeks, in comparison to 96 in all of 2019. Read full article: Spike in Illinois opioid deaths may be t...→

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston is tapping local restaurants to feed the city’s hungry during the coronavirus pandemic that has left thousands of residents jobless — a “win-win program [...] Read full article: Boston taps struggling local restaurants...→

City Council passes small business relief package to aid store owners - amNewYork

BY BEN VERDE As the state’s stay-at-home measure drags on and store owners find themselves crushed under mounting expenses, the New York City Council Read full article: City Council passes small business relie...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston’s small-business grants landed most in Dorchester, East Boston and the Back Bay, with nearly half going to women-owned businesses and immigrants. Read full article: Boston coronavirus small-business grants...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Unlike some other testing sites, people do not have to be showing symptoms to qualify for a test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding C...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

A number of hospitals in Mexico City are reaching their maximum capacities, with some facilities being forced to turn patients away over the weekend, according [...] Read full article: Hospitals treating coronavirus patients ...→

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Chuck Bangle says people are already in Ocean City as beaches reopen for recreational activities. Read full article: Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From...→

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

The hospital's workers, from doctors and nurses to the facilities and food service teams, will receive round trip flights and three-night hotel stays. Read full article: Staff of New York City hospital surprise...→

Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests across NY, NJ

Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests across NY, NJ

Free coronavirus testing is now available at Rite Aid locations across New York and New Jersey. Read full article: Rite Aid offering coronavirus tests acro...→

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

Marketing savy New York City drug dealers have seized on the COVID-19 pandemic, selling heroin in glassine packets stamped with the word “Coronavirus” next to [...] Read full article: 'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York ...→