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He Says His Nazi Days Are Over. Do You Believe Him?

Jeff Schoep, the former leader of the National Socialist Movement, is a defendant in a lawsuit involving the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017. Credit... Allison Farrand for The New York Times. SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — It was a panel discussion on a college campus about the importance of rejecting extremism. And one of the supposed experts on tolerance participating was Jeff Schoep, a man who once called the deadly ... Full story

Four times the Queen has addressed the nation

The Queen's televised address to the nation on Sunday night , in response to the coronavirus crisis, is only the fifth time the monarch has given such a speech in her 68-year reign. While her Christmas Day message is an annual event, only rarely has she made rallying speeches at key moments in the life of the nation - predominantly at times of crisis and grief. Now at a time when the UK faces what the prime minister has described as the ''worst ... Full story

New York has first daily drop in coronavirus deaths, Cuomo announces, as military heads to NYC

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here . New York state has seen its first drop in daily coronavirus deaths, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday -- as the U.S. Northern Command said it would deploy a combined total of 1,000 Air Force and Navy medical providers to the New York City area to support relief efforts in the next three days. Cuomo said New York also experienced a slight drop in ... Full story

Coronavirus stay-at-home order in Pennsylvania questioned after woman gets $200 ticket for taking drive

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here . A woman in Pennsylvania became the first person to be cited last week for violating the state's stay-at-home order meant to slow the spread of coronavirus , spurring questions from at least one state lawmaker if the ticket went too far. The 19-year-old woman, identified as Anita Shaffer, was pulled over by Pennsylvania State Police around 8 p.m. on ... Full story

Fatigued NY workers forge ahead - ABC News

Josh Allert’s days are a blur and a battle. His mental and physical stamina are constantly put to the test as the 22-year-old emergency medical technician transports coronavirus patients around New York. He is burdened by the push-and-pull between the desire to help at the epicenter of the pandemic and the knowledge doing so separates him from the people he loves. He worries about getting sick or infecting his family. Sitting in an ambulance as ... Full story

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Scott Gottlieb says "very aggressive surveillance" needed to track future coronavirus spread

Washington — Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said Sunday that a return to normalcy in the United States once the spread of the coronavirus slows would need to be accompanied by "aggressive surveillance" that allows for case-based intervention if there are future outbreaks. "Nothing is a home run here, but we don't need a home run," Gottlieb said on "Face the Nation." "What we need is a ... Full story

"We're at war with no weapons": Coronavirus cases surge inside Chicago's Cook County Jail

Staff members and former inmates who were inside Chicago's Cook County Jail during the coronavirus pandemic say they aren't surprised cases are now surging there. With 291 confirmed cases, the jail is experiencing one of the largest outbreaks inside a U.S. correctional facility. CBS News spoke to three staffers and two former inmates on the condition of anonymity out of fear of retaliation. They said despite growing concerns about coronavirus ... Full story

What’s next for Sprint customers now that the T-Mobile merger has gone through?

After years of negotiations and legal battles, Sprint and T-Mobile have finally completed their merger into a single carrier. While the shift from four carriers to just three — AT&T, Verizon, and the newly expanded T-Mobile — will have huge implications in the coming months and years, there are more immediate questions for Sprint customers: what will happen next for them in the short term now that their mobile carrier is technically T-Mobile? ... Full story

Canada not to retaliate after U.S. bans mask export: Trudeau - Xinhua

"We are not looking at retaliatory measures or measures that are punitive. We know that it is in both of our interests to continue to work collaboratively and cooperatively," Trudeau said. OTTAWA, April 5 (Xinhua) -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Saturday that his government will not take retaliatory measures against the United States after President Donald Trump ordered 3M company not to export N95 masks to Canada. Trudeau ... Full story

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