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Trump Used His Pandemic Briefing To Declare That He's 'Number One On Facebook' Out Of Nowhere, And Nobody Is Having It

At a press conference held to address the global health crisis, President Trump couldn't stop himself from (falsely) bragging about being "number one on Facebook." Full story

"Above normal" 2020 Atlantic hurricane season on tap, researchers forecast

Bahamas installing solar power after storms. As the world battles the coronavirus crisis , researchers are warning of a potentially active Atlantic Ocean hurricane season, which kicks off June 1 through the end of November. For the 37th year in a row, Colorado State University (CSU) issued its hurricane season forecast Thursday — and the numbers appear significantly above normal. Specifically, the team forecasts 16 named tropical systems; 12 is ... Full story

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Global coronavirus cases top a million, deaths surpass 50,000

- Since emerging in China in December, Covid-19 has infected at least 1,013,157 people -- including over half a million in Europe -- and claimed 52,983 lives, according Johns Hopkins University. - Italy, the hardest-hit country in terms of deaths, has 115,242 reported cases and 13,915 deaths while Spain has 110,238 cases and 10,003 fatalities. Advertisement. ​ By AFP. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the world soared past one ... Full story

’The CDC is right to clarify its guidance to encourage Sen. Pat Toomey -

U.S. Senators Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) issued a statement Thursday night following President Donald Trump’s daily briefing on coronavirus in which he said his administration is formalizing new guidance to recommend that many Americans wear face coverings in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. The recommendations, still being complete Thursday, were expected to apply to those who live in areas hard-hit ... Full story

Trail organizations ask feds to officially close overused Appalachian Trail during coronavirus pandemic

With many hikers ignoring requests to stay off the Appalachian Trail and out of trail-supporting communities during the coronavirus pandemic, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and 29 of the 31 Appalachian Trail Maintaining Clubs have formally asked the U.S. Department of the Interior to officially close the 2,193-mile trail. In mid-March the conservancy issued guidance for social distancing and trail hygiene, followed that up a couple days ... Full story

What does union feel like in the moment?

We try so hard to overcome separateness with others in the moment. More intimacy. More rubbing of bodies, exchanging of ideas. But it’s always as if you are yelling out of your room and I am yelling out of mine. Even trying to get out of the room invests the room with a reality. Who am I? The room that the mind has built. We spend so much effort to get out of something that didn’t exist until we created it. Something that is gone in a moment. ... Full story

6 common indoor plant mistakes you might be making | Well+Good

Photo: Stocksy /Alberto Bogo. Being a plant mom is both incredibly rewarding and downright stressful, all at the same time. When your plants are thriving , all is good in the world. But the instant one starts to look droopy or yellow, you instantly look to Dr. Google for some help in trying to get your green babies back to their healthy state. While there are many reasons why your indoor jungle can suddenly start to lose its luster, there are a ... Full story

Germany cancels Easter festivities as COVID-19 cases rise

Germany canceled Easter celebrations amid growing cases of COVID-19 as Chancellor Angela Merkel said a pandemic doesn't take a vacation. She announced the extension of restrictions on public life to control the spread of coronavirus by two weeks until April 19, saying in a telephone conference following a video meeting with 16 regional state premiers that the decision was made after the situation was assessed on Wednesday. German authorities ... Full story

The New Yorker April 6, 2020

The New Yorker April 6, 2020 | The New Yorker. -. -. -. -. -. -. - The New YorkerThe New Yorker. REPORTING. More Reporting. THE CRITICS. - A Critic at Large. Pandemics And The Shape Of Human History. Outbreaks Have Sparked Riots And Propelled Public-Health Innovations, Prefigured Revolutions And Redrawn Maps. - Books. The History Of Loneliness. Until A Century Or So Ago, Almost No One Lived Alone; Now Many Endure Shutdowns And Lockdowns On ... Full story