Art

New York Bake Shop Selling Anthony Fauci Donuts with His Face

New York Bake Shop Selling Anthony Fauci Donuts with His Face

New York Bake Shop Selling Anthony Fauci Donuts with His Face | PEOPLE.com. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. - CloseDown TrianglePreviousClosePreviousNextNextNextPreviousPreviousPreviousPreviousDown TrianglePrevious. -. -. -. -. -. - ellipsisMailiphoneImage zoomCloseNextCloseClose. Printed from. VIEW IMAGE. This New York Bake Shop Is Selling Donuts with Dr. Anthony Fauci's Face on Them. this link is to an ... Full story

Education

Med students are graduating early to join the fight against COVID-19

Med students are graduating early to join the fight against COVID-19

In a normal year, fourth-year medical students across the United States would have some downtime in April. They would have already found out where they’ll be doing their residencies and should have the whole month or more to coast through to graduation and the start of their medical careers in the summer. But this isn’t a normal year, and a handful of medical schools around the country are offering to let students graduate early so they can ... Full story

Economics

Stocks tank after grim forecast of U.S. coronavirus deaths

Stocks tank after grim forecast of U.S. coronavirus deaths

New York — Stocks sank Wednesday as more signs piled up of the economic and physical pain being caused by the coronavirus outbreak . The Dow lost more nearly 1,000 points, or 4.4%, to close at 20,943. The S&P 500 stock index and the tech-heavy Nasdaq also closed more than 4% lower. Long-term Treasury yields sank as investors moved into safer investments. "There is a lot of uncertainty," said Megan Horneman, director of portfolio strategy at ... Full story

Entertainment

Zoom freezes features to focus on security and privacy for its 200 million daily users

Zoom freezes features to focus on security and privacy for its 200 million daily users

Zoom’s recent growth has put it in the spotlight over a series of privacy and security issues, and the company is now promising to address them over the coming 90 days. In a detailed blog post , Zoom CEO Eric S. Yuan explains how the company has been responding to a massive increase in users. Zoom has never shared user numbers before, but Yuan reveals that back in December the company had a maximum of 10 million daily users. “In March this ... Full story

Health

Bill Gates calls for nationwide shutdown to curb coronavirus pandemic

Bill Gates calls for nationwide shutdown to curb coronavirus pandemic

Bill Gates has some advice on how to deal with the pandemic. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates had already spoken about the coronavirus pandemic in a Reddit AMA in March. In a Washington Post op-ed Tuesday, he offered more details on how the US can better deal with the fight against COVID-19. The co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation suggested three steps for dealing with the health crisis. First, he says there needs to be a nationwide ... Full story

Law

Indian Supreme Court denies government request for prior censorship of COVID-19 news

Indian Supreme Court denies government request for prior censorship of COVID-19 news

New Delhi, March 31, 2020 – The Indian government should stop trying to censor news coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. The Indian government today approached the Supreme Court seeking a directive to news outlets to refrain from publishing any COVID-19-related news without clearance from the government, according to an affidavit filed by the government in the court and a report by the legal news ... Full story

Living

Microsoft will make all its 2020 events ‘digital-first’

Microsoft will make all its 2020 events ‘digital-first’

We’re living in strange times. Yeah, it’s getting pretty old to say that, but it’s hard to ignore the way the coronavirus pandemic has affected day-to-day life. For this reporter, that means no physical tech events for the foreseeable future. Case in point: ZDNet reports Microsoft plans on hosting all its 2020 events as “digital-first” experiences, as confirmed by a spokesperson:. In light of the challenges presented by COVID-19, we are ... Full story

Politics

US sends warships to Caribbean to stop illegal drugs  News

US sends warships to Caribbean to stop illegal drugs News

Image caption President Trump is trying to divert attention from the coronavirus crisis, says Mr Maduro. The US says it is sending warships to the Caribbean to stop illegal drugs. "We must not let the drug cartels exploit the [coronavirus] pandemic to threaten American lives," President Donald Trump said. The move comes a week after the US charged Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and other senior officials in the country with ... Full story

Sport

Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne co-founder, has died from coronavirus at age 52

Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne co-founder, has died from coronavirus at age 52

Adam Schlesinger, the New Jersey native who co-founded music groups Fountains of Wayne and Ivy, and was known for his work on the TV show "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," has died from coronavirus-related complications, according to The Associated Press . The Emmy and Grammy award-winning musician was 52. Schlesinger had been sedated on a ventilator at hospital in upstate New York for several days after contracting coronavirus, according to the AP. ... Full story

Technology

Carnival still has 6,000 passengers on ships at sea

Carnival still has 6,000 passengers on ships at sea

Ship with coronavirus turned away in Florida. Cruise operator Carnival said it still has 6,000 passengers on its ships at sea amid the widening coronavirus pandemic and that they may not be able to disembark until the end of April. Carnival, the world's largest cruise operator, also said some crew members aren't able to return to their homes and will be housed and fed on the ships. The company disclosed the number of at-sea passengers in a ... Full story