Apr 07 11:43

NBC New York anchor Adam Kuperstein ‘shattered’ after dad dies of coronavirus alone, with 'stranger holding his hand’

NBC New York anchor Adam Kuperstein says his family is “shattered” after his father died — all alone — from coronavirus complications.
Kuperstein opened up about his heartbreaking experience in an emotional message shared on social media Monday.

Apr 07 11:42

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Apr 07 11:41

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Apr 07 11:41

First European Country Announces Multi-Step Plan To Ease Coronavirus Lockdown

On Monday, Austria became the first European country to announce its plan to begin easing “lockdown” measures amid signs that it has made it through the worst stages of the initial wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Other European countries are reportedly beginning to look with hope toward taking similar steps.

Apr 07 11:41

Influential Coronavirus Tracking Model Shows Steep Decline In Death, Bed Shortage Projections

An influential prediction model, referenced routinely by White House coronavirus task for leader Dr. Deborah Birx, has been updated to reflect a major change in death and bed shortage projections, according to the Associated Press.

Apr 07 11:40

New York City Wants Residents To Rat On Neighbors Who Violate ‘Social Distancing’

In yet another move closer to a dystopian police state, New York City is asking residents to report their neighbors who violate “social distancing” restrictions.

Apr 07 11:40

Taliban breaks off prisoner exchange talks with Afghan government

The Taliban on Tuesday broke off talks with the Afghan government on a prisoner exchange, a main step in peace talks being brokered by the United States after it agreed on a troop withdrawal pact with the militants.

Apr 07 11:39

Cuomo projects plateau in hospitalizations as coronavirus deaths surge

As the New York death toll surged to its highest one-day total on Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo projected that the state is reaching a plateau in coronavirus hospitalizations due to strict social distancing measures.

Apr 07 11:38

People In Wisconsin Waited In Line For Hours To Vote Despite Fears Over The Coronavirus

When Quinn Blackshere woke up on Tuesday morning in Wisconsin, she lay in bed thinking about her options on Election Day: "Stay home and feel defeated, or go out, make my voice heard, and potentially contract a horrible virus."

Apr 07 11:34

Navy secretary apologized for blasting captain who raised coronavirus concerns

Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly apologized late Monday after his message to the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, during which he attacked ousted Captain Brett Crozier, was leaked.
Modly accused Crozier of a “betrayal” after his letter to his superiors, which begged for help and supplies as coronavirus spread through his ship, was published in the San Francisco Chronicle.

Apr 07 11:33

Bethenny Frankel’s foundation to exceed $15M in coronavirus aid this week

Bethenny Frankel is making a real effort in the fight against coronavirus.
This week, the former “Real Housewives of New York” star’s bstrong foundation will exceed $15 million in coronavirus aid distribution in over 15 states, Frankel tweeted Tuesday.

Apr 07 11:29

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Apr 07 11:26

Paris bans exercising outdoors during prime daytime hours due to coronavirus

Paris is instituting new restrictions for outdoor exercise during the coronavirus pandemic.
The mayor of the French city, Anne Hidalgo, said that, beginning Wednesday, people will only be permitted to work out outdoors before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m. local time, according to the BBC.

Apr 07 11:25

Sex. Drugs. Virus. Venezuela elites still party in pandemic

They whiled away the week on a sex- and drug-fueled romp: dancing on white-sand beaches and frolicking on a paradisaical Caribbean island with prostitutes from Europe, some snapping selfies with famous reggaeton artists.

Apr 07 11:10

Animals Invade Cities As People Quarantine Themselves At Home (17 Pics)

As we've seen already, animals seem to be pouring into the city streets as people retreat to their shelters amidst the COVID-19 lockdown. And while at first it was only deer, boars, horses, and sheep taking over the civilized world, now it seems like countless others have joined the cause all around the world. And this time, even dangerous predators like bears, mountain lions, and wild pumas are prowling in the streets.

Apr 07 11:09

SCOTLAND: Top Health Official Resigns After Violating Her Own Social Distancing Guidelines

Scotland’s chief medical officer, Catherine Calderwood, has resigned after practicing social distancing for thee but not for me.

Apr 07 11:09

Wisconsin Primary WILL Go On Despite State Shelter-In-Place Orders, Court Says

Unless the United States Supreme Court intervenes sometime before midnight, the Wisconsin Democratic primary will take place Tuesday, despite a statewide shelter-in-place order largely preventing Wisconsin residents from leaving their homes amid the threat of coronavirus.

Apr 07 11:08

Stephanie Grisham ousted as White House press secretary as coronavirus shake-up continues

Stephanie Grisham was ousted as White House press secretary Tuesday as a shake-up continues amid the coronavirus crisis.
The famously thin-skinned mouthpiece, who never held a single on-camera press briefing, said she will become chief of staff for First Lady Melania Trump.

Apr 07 11:06

R Kelly denied coronavirus bail after judge deems he’s not at ‘high risk’

Coronavirus won’t get R Kelly out of jail.
A Brooklyn federal judge ruled Tuesday that the R&B singer accused of making sex tapes with underage girls and knowingly transmitting herpes to some sexual partners must remain in federal jail in Chicago despite the pandemic, because he is not “high-risk” if he does contract it.

Apr 07 11:01

Illegal Immigration Across Southern Border Plunging Because Of Coronavirus

Since the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic struck, illegal immigration across the southern border of the United States has plunged dramatically, with the numbers dropping to a level unseen since the 9/11 attacks in 2001.

Apr 07 11:00

France suffers worst day since outbreak with 833 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours

The coronavirus pandemic killed 833 French people in just 24 hours, making it the nation’s deadliest day since the global outbreak started in China and quickly spread to the rest of the world.

Apr 07 10:58

A zoo has been trying to get two pandas to mate for 10 years. When coronavirus shut the zoo down, the pandas finally did

Parenthood might be around the corner for Ying Ying and Le Le, which are longtime residents of Ocean Park in Hong Kong. Zoo officials announced Monday that after 10 years of attempts at natural mating, and "through trial and learning," the two have finally succeeded.

Apr 07 10:58

Flight attendants union urges FAA, DOT to ‘halt all leisure travel’ amid coronavirus

The United States’ largest union for flight attendants is calling for all leisure travel to stop until the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed tens of thousands and infected over a million worldwide, is under control.

Apr 07 10:56

BREAKING:Israel health minister, who claims coronavirus is ‘divine punishment’ for homosexuality, tests positive for COVID-19

Yaakov Litzman, health minister for Israel, has tested positive for COVID-19 after just last month saying that the virus was “punishment” for homosexuality.

Apr 07 10:51

Russian space agency complains that President Trump is trying to take over other planets

The Russian space agency, Roscosmos, slammed President Trump on Tuesday and accused him of attempting to take over other planets after the president signed an executive order establishing a U.S. policy in support of commercial mining in space.

Apr 07 10:51

Walmart shopper reportedly sprays Lysol in cashier’s eyes after cashier insists there is a limit on purchases

A Massachusetts woman reportedly sprayed Lysol in a Walmart cashier's eyes after the cashier told the shopper that there was a quantity limit on the disinfectant spray.

Apr 07 10:46

Nurse Opens Up About The Sacrifices She Has To Make For Helping Covid-19 Patients And Her Tearful Photo Goes Viral(16 Pics)

With 1,275,542 confirmed cases globally, coronavirus pandemic is now a full-blown battlefield. While health workers are the soldiers on the front lines, many of them are exposed to contracting the disease on a daily basis. As a result, they have to make hard sacrifices that concern their lives and families.

Apr 07 10:34

Owner Does Her Dog’s Hair Every Day Since The Lockdown Started And People Can’t Wait To See What The Next Day Will Bring(16 Pics)

The coronavirus has changed a lot of things for Hannah Heil and her family. She and her husband have never worked more than a day or two from home, let alone at the same time. However, the pandemic has forced them to pack up the desks they each have worked at for over a decade, and relocate them to the small hobby farm where they live and the Internet isn't always the best.

Apr 07 10:33

Wisconsin Professors Fighting 'Fatphobia' During COVID-19 Pandemic

While thousands of Americans die of COVID-19, two Wisconsin professors are preoccupied with fighting “fatphobia.”

Apr 07 10:31

Cuomo: 731 die of coronavirus in New York state even as other measures offer hope

Gov. Cuomo said a record 731 New Yorkers died of coronavirus in the past day and 138,000 have now contracted the virus, even as other signs pointed to the pandemic easing.
After dipping for two days, the grim tally rose by the highest one-day number since the state started battling the crisis.

Apr 07 10:22

COVID Backfiring on Media, New Polling Shows Trump Thrashing Biden, Likely Thanks to Virus Fallout

It wasn’t hard to predict what the media would do with COVID-19. In no time at all, it was transformed from a foreign virus into a bludgeon against President Donald Trump.

Apr 07 10:22

HUGE! Official IHME Model for Coronavirus Used by CDC Just Cut Their Numbers by Half!... They're Making It Up As they Go Along!

This is quite stunning.
The government models used to predict the extent of the coronavirus pandemic are off by huge margins in the latest coronavirus tracking numbers.

Apr 07 10:22

Celebrities helping in big ways during the coronavirus pandemic (29 Photos)

While some celebrities have shown off their mansions like total assholes during quarantine, many famous folks have made generous donations to aid medical workers, hungry families, and those who have lost their jobs. These are the celebrities who have stepped up during the pandemic in a big way.

Apr 07 10:21

Trump-Hating Late Night Hosts Colbert, Kimmel And Fallon To Co-Host Coronavirus Benefit Show For The World Health Organization

A “virtual” concert benefiting the World Health Organization co-hosted by Trump-hating late night hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon will be streamed and broadcast on April 18, organizer Global Citizen announced Monday. The show is being curated in coordination with Lady Gaga and is scheduled to feature Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, John Legend, Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Lizzo and many others.

Apr 07 10:21

France suffers worst day since outbreak with 833 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours

The coronavirus pandemic killed 833 French people in just 24 hours, making it the nation’s deadliest day since the global outbreak started in China and quickly spread to the rest of the world.
Health Minister Olivier Véran warned Monday that despite the tragic figure, France has still not yet seen the worst of the virus, BBC News reported.

Apr 07 10:21

16 Funny Church Signs About Coronavirus

Church signs in the US can be a lot of fun, cheering us up but also making us think. Though the vast majority of churches are now either closed or seeing far fewer people walk through their doors because of the coronavirus, their sense of humor and ability to give well-timed advice haven’t gone away.

Apr 07 10:20

NBC New York anchor Adam Kuperstein ‘shattered’ after dad dies of coronavirus alone, with 'stranger holding his hand’

NBC New York anchor Adam Kuperstein says his family is “shattered” after his father died — all alone — from coronavirus complications.
Kuperstein opened up about his heartbreaking experience in an emotional message shared on social media Monday.

Apr 07 10:18

All Roads Lead to Dark Winter

The leaders of two controversial pandemic simulations that took place just months before the Coronavirus crisis – Event 201 and Crimson Contagion – share a common history, the 2001 biowarfare simulation Dark Winter. Dark Winter not only predicted the 2001 anthrax attacks, but some of its participants had clear foreknowledge of those attacks.

During the presidency of George H.W. Bush in the early 1990s, something disturbing unfolded at the U.S.’ top biological warfare research facility at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Specimens of highly contagious and deadly pathogens – anthrax and ebola among them – had disappeared from the lab, at a time when lab workers and rival scientists had been accused of targeted sexual and ethnic harassment and several disgruntled researchers had left as a result.

Apr 07 10:14


Reference tool on vaccines.

“If this is preventive medicine, I’ll take my chances with disease.” ~ Mendelsohn M.D
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Apr 07 10:12

Stories From the Front Line (46 Pics)

Apr 07 10:07

Henry Kissinger & Bill Gates Call For Mass Vaccination & Global Governance

We are in the middle of the worst global health pandemic of our lives according to the Media, the Government and the United Nations. We are witnessing an unprecedented global lockdown in response to the Coronavirus outbreak known as COVID19.

The global population living in western countries have been taught for more than a generation to live in a constant state of fear ever since 9/11. We have been encouraged to sacrifice our liberty for a false sense of security, being conditioned more and more each day to rely on the state for protection and now many of us find ourselves relying on the state to pay our bills.

Apr 07 09:54

Chronicles of Boris Johnson (15 Pics)

Apr 07 09:53

Warning From Hong Kong (Picture)

Apr 07 09:51

"Well, I'm Upset" - Dr. Oz Vents After NY Governor Cuomo Shuts Down His Study On Hydroxychloroquine For Early Treatment Of Coronavirus (VIDEO)

Dr. Mehmet Oz joined Lou Dobbs on Monday to discuss the latest on the coronavirus pandemic.

Apr 07 09:51

Craziest Things About The US That Non-Americans Believed To Be Just Rumors

It’s no secret that America stands out from the crowd. There are so many little quirky American things that the rest of the world just can’t wrap their heads around. Like the word "y'all," red solo cups, free refills, and bulk shopping, to name just a few.

Apr 07 09:51

Landlord changes locks on California church after pastor said he'd continue to hold services

Members of a central California church found themselves locked out of the bulding after the pastor originally kept his doors open, saying the shelter-in-place orders violated his freedom to assemble.

Apr 07 09:30

Citing lack of masks and soap, Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez fears Brooklyn federal jail is ‘powder keg of coronavirus infection’

Measures to combat a COVID-19 outbreak inside a federal jail in Brooklyn are woefully inadequate, Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez wrote in a letter Monday, detailing screwups she fears will make the lockup “a potential powder keg of coronavirus infection.”

Apr 07 09:29

Dan Crenshaw Reaches Across the Aisle To Echo John F. Kennedy's Famous Call to Action

Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw, a rising star among GOP lawmakers, asked Americans to remember President John F. Kennedy’s famous call to action on Fox News on Monday.

Apr 07 09:29

55% of child coronavirus cases are BOYS, reveals CDC report reveals - with up to one in five children who catch the illness needing hospital care

More than half of 2,500 cases of coronavirus in under 18s were among boys
Analysis by the CDC also showed US children don't always have symptoms
But children are less likely to be admitted to intensive care than adults, at 2%
A separate CDC report revealed the risks for those with health conditions

Apr 07 09:28

Coronavirus Patient Donates His Plasma To Save Others After Defeating the Virus

Not all news coming out of the coronavirus pandemic is bad.
Some Americans are trying to make the most out of the situation, using every opportunity to help others.

Apr 07 09:28

UK thanks Cuba for 'great gesture of solidarity' in rescuing passengers from coronavirus cruise ship - A spokesperson for cruise operator Fred Olsen said at the time that "no other Caribbean ports were willing to accept the ship

But 43 Cuban workers, including a pilot, dock workers, police, and transport staff all had to go into quarantine for two weeks because of their close contact with the passengers. All have now been released and re-united with their families.

Apr 07 09:27

Illinois Man Kills His Girlfriend And Himself Because He Suspected That They Had Coronavirus, Neither Of Them Did

An Illinois man killed his girlfriend, then himself, because he suspected that she might have the coronavirus.
An autopsy report found that the couple, Patrick Jesernik, 54, and Cheryl Schriefer, 59, both tested negative for the virus.

Apr 07 09:26

People Are Thanking The Queen For Wearing A Green Dress During Her Speech And Providing Us With Perfect Photoshop Bait(44 Pics)

The Queen of England appeared on TV with a rare televised speech on April 5th. She delivered a message of hope amid the current crisis, thanking the front-line medical workers. And while the historic address was enough to make headlines, something else glued the internet memesters to the screens.

Apr 07 09:26

Thousands Of N.Y. COVID Patients Being Treated With Anti-Malarial Drug Hydroxychloroquine

On March 23, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order barring pharmacists from filling prescriptions for chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine, its next-generation derivative, for home treatment of COVID-19, the disease caused by the cornavirus SARS-CoV-2. But doctors are using the drugs, which are effective for treating such diseases as malaria and lupus, in huge numbers.

Apr 07 09:26

NYC considers digging temporary graves for its coronavirus dead on Hart Island - which was used to dispose of Spanish Flu victims - as 437 die in a day, bringing city death toll to 3,485

Coronavirus dead across New York could be temporarily buried on Hart Island as morgues across the city start to overflow.
America's coronavirus epicenter of New York is grappling with how to deal with the dead as the disease has brought the city to its knees.

Apr 07 09:25

80 per cent of coronavirus patients caught the virus from a person who was NOT experiencing any symptoms

The majority of coronavirus patients were infected by someone who wasn't showing any symptoms of the deadly virus, a new study of cases in China found.

Apr 07 09:24

US Firms Tried To Get Own Med. Equipment Out of China but Chinese Kept It All for Themselves

China should be on its knees expressing remorse for the virus that emanated from its shores and infected the entire world.

Apr 07 09:24

Disney Parks could take temperatures of guests after reopening due to coronavirus, Bob Iger says

Disney is considering new safety protocol for when its theme parks reopen following the coronavirus crisis, including potentially taking the temperatures of guests.

Apr 07 09:23

Footballer Kyle Walker sorry for hosting party 'with two sex workers' while urging fans to stay at home during coronavirus lockdown

London (CNN)England and Manchester City footballer Kyle Walker has apologized for reportedly hosting a party with two sex workers while urging fans to stay at home and respect the United Kingdom government's coronavirus lockdown.

Apr 07 09:23

YouTube tries to limit spread of false 5G coronavirus claims after cellphone towers attacked

London (CNN Business)YouTube and other social media platforms are taking steps to limit the spread of conspiracy theories falsely connecting 5G networks and the coronavirus pandemic after a string of attacks on cellphone towers.

Apr 07 09:22

MLB open to possibility of playing all games in Arizona this season

Putting all 30 teams in the Phoenix area this season and playing in empty ballparks was among the ideas discussed Monday by Major League Baseball and the players’ association.

Apr 07 09:16

Chinese city of Wuhan reports zero daily coronavirus deaths for first time since start of outbreak

China has reported zero new coronavirus deaths for the first time since it emerged as the nation cautiously begins to scale back on travel restrictions and other strict guidelines implemented to slow the deadly outbreak.

Apr 07 09:14

CDC Tells Hospitals To List COVID as Cause of Death Even if You're Just Assuming or It Only Contributed

The problem with making informed decisions about coronavirus is that we don’t have a whole lot of data on it at the moment.

Apr 07 09:10

Man stabbed dead on Brooklyn subway train, killer runs off

A man was stabbed to death on a Brooklyn subway train early Tuesday, police said.
The victim was knifed in the neck and back on a Jamaica Center-bound J train rumbling through Williamsburg on elevated tracks about 2:30 a.m.

Apr 07 09:09

NEW: State Department Tells Court It Should Reject Hillary Clinton's Desperate Appeal To Avoid Testimony

Last month a federal court ordered a deposition of Hillary Clinton on her emails and Benghazi attack records.
Hillary Clinton hit back and filed an emergency appeal to stop her court-ordered email testimony.

Apr 07 09:08

Disabled widower, 70, 'living on Domino's' because he has no one to go shopping for him during coronavirus lockdown is saved by police after phone orders stop

A widower who suffers from arthritis in his spine was living on Domino's pizza delivery for a month while he was self-isolating due to the coronavirus crisis.
David Hoggett, 70, moved to Aldershot in the 1990s from Manchester with his wife, who died in 2014. He has no friends or family in the area.