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Inside the $500 million art heist from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum that still hasn't been solved 30 years on

INSIDE THE $500 MILLION ART HEIST FROM BOSTON'S ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM THAT STILL HASN'T BEEN SOLVED 30 YEARS ON

In 1990, two thieves pretended to be police officers and robbed the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, taking what's worth an estimated...

'I know without any doubt that I'm going to lose colleagues': New York hospital workers at the front line describe the stark reality of their working conditions, comparing facilities to a 'petri dish'

'I KNOW WITHOUT ANY DOUBT THAT I'M GOING TO LOSE COLLEAGUES': NEW YORK HOSPITAL WORKERS AT THE FRONT LINE DESCRIBE THE STARK REALITY OF THEIR WORKING CONDITIONS, COMPARING FACILITIES TO A 'PETRI DISH'

Hospital workers in New York - the epicenter of the US coronavirus outbreak - describe the stark reality of treating patients amid...

 
 
 
Trump administration postpones many immigration hearings, but courts remain open for detained children and other asylum-seekers

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION POSTPONES MANY IMMIGRATION HEARINGS, BUT COURTS REMAIN OPEN FOR DETAINED CHILDREN AND OTHER ASYLUM-SEEKERS

Hearings for non-detained immigrants are postponed until at least May 1, the Department of Justice announced. Asylum-seekers in Mexico...

IRS says it will start to send out coronavirus stimulus checks in the next 3 weeks

IRS SAYS IT WILL START TO SEND OUT CORONAVIRUS STIMULUS CHECKS IN THE NEXT 3 WEEKS

Stimulus payments will start to be sent out in the next three weeks, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service announced. The...

 
 
 
The US passed a grim milestone with a record-high single-day death toll of more than 500, bringing the total number of deaths to more than 3,000

THE US PASSED A GRIM MILESTONE WITH A RECORD-HIGH SINGLE-DAY DEATH TOLL OF MORE THAN 500, BRINGING THE TOTAL NUMBER OF DEATHS TO MORE THAN 3,000

More than 3,000 people have died of the coronavirus in the US as of the night of Monday, March 30, with a record-high single-day death...

An Amazon warehouse worker in New York was fired on the same day he helped lead a protest of the company's coronavirus response to safety concerns

AN AMAZON WAREHOUSE WORKER IN NEW YORK WAS FIRED ON THE SAME DAY HE HELPED LEAD A PROTEST OF THE COMPANY'S CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE TO SAFETY CONCERNS

Amazon fired a warehouse worker on Monday who helped organize a strike earlier in the day in protest of the company's response to the...

 
 
 
Google's revenue is on track to shrink for the first time ever because of the coronavirus, according to one of the internet industry's top analysts

GOOGLE'S REVENUE IS ON TRACK TO SHRINK FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER BECAUSE OF THE CORONAVIRUS, ACCORDING TO ONE OF THE INTERNET INDUSTRY'S TOP ANALYSTS

Alphabet's biggest revenue stream is set to be hit hard by the coronavirus, with digital advertising already dropping off. Key analysts...

Mayors are pleading with their Republican governors to follow the science and shut down states over the coronavirus

MAYORS ARE PLEADING WITH THEIR REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS TO FOLLOW THE SCIENCE AND SHUT DOWN STATES OVER THE CORONAVIRUS

Mayors across the country are on the frontlines of fighting the spread of the coronavirus in vulnerable urban areas. But the governors...

 
 
 
Salesforce just granted its top execs over $5 million in cash bonuses, including $2.35 million to CEO Marc Benioff

SALESFORCE JUST GRANTED ITS TOP EXECS OVER $5 MILLION IN CASH BONUSES, INCLUDING $2.35 MILLION TO CEO MARC BENIOFF

Salesforce is awarding over $5 million in cash bonuses to its top five executives. CEO Marc Benioff alone will receive nearly half...

Airbnb's CEO compared the coronavirus crisis to Hurricane Maria, saying its business will bounce back, just as it did after the storm that ravaged Puerto Rico

AIRBNB'S CEO COMPARED THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS TO HURRICANE MARIA, SAYING ITS BUSINESS WILL BOUNCE BACK, JUST AS IT DID AFTER THE STORM THAT RAVAGED PUERTO RICO

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky on Monday promised hosts that the company's business will bounce back following the coronavirus pandemic, saying...

 
 
 
Zoom is under scrutiny from the New York Attorney General for its privacy practices

ZOOM IS UNDER SCRUTINY FROM THE NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR ITS PRIVACY PRACTICES

Zoom is under scrutiny by the New York Attorney General's office for its data privacy and security practices. The NY attorney general's...

Trump tried to flex by asking a reporter about the population of Seoul. Then he got it wrong by 28 million

TRUMP TRIED TO FLEX BY ASKING A REPORTER ABOUT THE POPULATION OF SEOUL. THEN HE GOT IT WRONG BY 28 MILLION

To evade a reporter's question on the United States' coronavirus testing capabilities, President Donald Trump tried to flex with a...

 
 
 
A coronavirus patient's phlegm or poop could still have live virus in it even after they recover and test negative, new research suggests

A CORONAVIRUS PATIENT'S PHLEGM OR POOP COULD STILL HAVE LIVE VIRUS IN IT EVEN AFTER THEY RECOVER AND TEST NEGATIVE, NEW RESEARCH SUGGESTS

The new coronavirus typically spreads via airborne particles from an infected patient's coughs or sneezes. But some research suggests...

National Guard soldier dies after testing positive for coronavirus and being hospitalized

NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIER DIES AFTER TESTING POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS AND BEING HOSPITALIZED

A National Guardsman from New Jersey died after testing positive for the novel coronavirus on Saturday. The death marked the first...

 
 
 
We got ahold of a document from Senate Democrats that provides clues to how the federal government will allocate $100 billion from the coronavirus stimulus to hospitals

WE GOT AHOLD OF A DOCUMENT FROM SENATE DEMOCRATS THAT PROVIDES CLUES TO HOW THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL ALLOCATE $100 BILLION FROM THE CORONAVIRUS STIMULUS TO HOSPITALS

A document authored by Senate Democrats sheds light on how the Trump administration might distribute $100 billion in financial assistance...

How to explain to a skeptic that the coronavirus should be taken seriously

HOW TO EXPLAIN TO A SKEPTIC THAT THE CORONAVIRUS SHOULD BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY

Denial is a natural human response when we are faced with a situation that evokes overwhelming emotion and panic, like the coronavirus...

 
 
 
New York hospitals received some damaged ventilators with missing parts in their emergency shipments from a national stockpile

NEW YORK HOSPITALS RECEIVED SOME DAMAGED VENTILATORS WITH MISSING PARTS IN THEIR EMERGENCY SHIPMENTS FROM A NATIONAL STOCKPILE

Some ventilators sent to New York hospitals from the national stockpile are arriving damaged or with missing parts. The city is grappling...

A FaceTime call was all a woman could do to say goodbye to her dying mother because of coronavirus protocols. It brought a CNN anchor to tears

A FACETIME CALL WAS ALL A WOMAN COULD DO TO SAY GOODBYE TO HER DYING MOTHER BECAUSE OF CORONAVIRUS PROTOCOLS. IT BROUGHT A CNN ANCHOR TO TEARS

An emotional story from a woman separated from her mother in the hospital dying of COVID-19 brought a CNN anchor to tears Monday afternoon. Michelle...

 
 
 
How to enable waiting rooms in Zoom to prevent 'Zoom bombing'

HOW TO ENABLE WAITING ROOMS IN ZOOM TO PREVENT 'ZOOM BOMBING'

As the coronavirus closes schools and workplaces, people are increasingly turning to Zoom video calls. Some public Zoom calls have...

Whole Foods employees across the US plan on calling in sick on Tuesday to demand paid leave for workers as the coronavirus spreads, and they're joining the ranks of 'essential' workers going on strike

WHOLE FOODS EMPLOYEES ACROSS THE US PLAN ON CALLING IN SICK ON TUESDAY TO DEMAND PAID LEAVE FOR WORKERS AS THE CORONAVIRUS SPREADS, AND THEY'RE JOINING THE RANKS OF 'ESSENTIAL' WORKERS GOING ON STRIKE

Whole Foods store clerks will go on strike Tuesday to demand better working conditions during the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, Vice...

 
 
 



First US service member dies from coronavirus

First US service member dies from coronavirus

An Army National Guardsman from New Jersey passed away on Saturday, according to a statement from the Department of Defense. Read more ...

NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility

NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility

The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to give college athletes who compete in spring sports a way to get back the season they lost. Read more ...

Macy's to furlough 130,000 workers amid coronavirus outbreak

Macy's to furlough 130,000 workers amid coronavirus outbreak

Macy's will furlough 130,000 people in a three-year plan to stabilize profitability as coronavirus affects stores. Read more ...

Dollar General offers discount for medical workers, guardsmen, first...

Dollar General offers discount for medical workers, guardsmen, first responders fighting coronavirus

Dollar General will provide medical personnel, first responders and activated National Guardsmen with a 10% discount on qualifying purchases. Read more ...

Corona heist? Van Gogh painting stolen overnight from Dutch museum

Corona heist? Van Gogh painting stolen overnight from Dutch museum

A painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh has been stolen from a museum in the Netherlands closed due to Covid-19. The piece was on temporary loan, with officials of both... Read more ...

Chicago chef starts effort to help laid-off food workers

Chicago chef starts effort to help laid-off food workers

Celebrity chef Rick Bayless launches an effort to help restaurant workers who have been laid off during the coronavirus outbreak. Read more ...

Idaho Governor Signs 2 Anti-Transgender Bills Into Law

Idaho Governor Signs 2 Anti-Transgender Bills Into Law

The legislation approved by Gov. Brad Little ban trans people from correcting their birth certificates and stops trans girls from competing in gender-aligned sports teams. Read more ...

'I Love Rock and Roll' co-writer Alan Merrill dies of coronavirus complications

'I Love Rock and Roll' co-writer Alan Merrill dies of coronavirus complications

Alan Merrill - who co-wrote the song “I Love Rock and Roll" that became a signature hit for fellow rocker Joan Jett - died Sunday in New York of complications from the coronavirus. Read more ...

NCAA grants additional year of eligibility to spring sport athletes

NCAA grants additional year of eligibility to spring sport athletes

The NCAA has granted an extra year of eligibility to all spring sport athletes. That eligibility does not apply to any winter sport athletes. Read more ...

Red Sox LHP Sale has Tommy John Surgery

Red Sox LHP Sale has Tommy John Surgery

BOSTON - Red Sox starter Chris Sale had Tommy John surgery on his left elbow on Monday, his 31st birthday, and the team said it was successful. Read more ...