EAST HAMPTON, NY—In an effort to rapidly meet the needs of those most affected by the coronavirus pandemic, New York officials announced Tuesday that they were quickly building thousands of emergency Hamptons mansions to shelter wealthy residents.
New York Quickly Builds Thousands Of Emergency Hamptons Mansions To Shelter Wealthy
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WASHINGTON—Saying there was no way the coronavirus could win with such amazing corporations on their side, President Donald Trump kicked off his plan to tackle the medical supply shortage Tuesday by awarding ExxonMobil an exclusive contract to drill for ventilators in the arctic.
Trump Tackles Medical Supply Shortage By Awarding ExxonMobil Contract To Drill For Ventilators In Arctic
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OneRepublic streamed into The Tonight Show: At Home Edition on Monday (March 30) to perform their latest single "Didn't I."
Watch OneRepublic Perform Soaring New Single 'Didn't I' From Their Home Studio on 'Fallon' | Billboard
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CAPE CANAVERAL, FL—Struggling to put his powerful feelings into words, local man Luke Paulsen was reportedly gazing in awe of human stupidity Monday while watching a recorded broadcast of the U.S. Space Force rocket launch.
Man Watching Space Force Rocket Launch Gazes In Awe At The Power Of Human Stupidity
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Tips For A Successful Virtual Hangout
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PORTLAND, OR—Going out of his way to demonstrate his dedication to the company, McDaniel Software Group employee Gregory Dougenis proved his diligence by arriving at video conference calls an extra hour early every morning, sources confirmed Tuesday.
Employee Proves Diligence By Arriving To Video Conference Call Extra Hour Early Every Morning
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In 2004, BroadwayWorld gathered a slew of stars for Standing Ovations 2- a special concert event at Joe's Pub. Below, watch as Liz Callaway sings Scott Alan's 'Goodnight.'
BWW Exclusive: Songs from the Vault- Liz Callaway Sings Scott Alan!
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Tips For Telecommuting
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A couple weeks ago President Trump announced a new medical treatment that includes malaria drug hydroxychloroquine and Z-pac cocktail to battle the Coronavirus.

So the media just had to run with a fake news story in an effort to stop these drugs from being distributed to people suffering from the virus.
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New Revelations About Woman Who Accidentally Poisoned Her Husband to Death with Fish Tank Cleaner Raises Eyebrows
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The 35th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards will be presented virtually on May 3 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Off Broadway’s Lortel Awards Plans Online Ceremony – Deadline
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Horse Probably Only Vegetarian For Attention
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Stars in The House continues today tonight (8pm) with the cast of This Is Us: Chris Sullivan, Chrissy Metz, Mandy Moore, Susan Kelechi Watson, Ken Olin, plus Taylor Goldsmith.
VIDEO: Watch the Cast of THIS IS US on STARS IN THE HOUSE Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky- Live at 8pm!
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Chris Smalls led workers who demanded protective gear and hazard pay while Bill de Blasio orders investigation into dismissal
Amazon fires New York worker who led strike over coronavirus concerns | US news | The Guardian
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Actor Vincent Marzello, best known for his roles in "The Witches," "Superman" and "The Spy Who Loved Me," died on Tuesday. He was 68.
Vincent Marzello Dead: ‘Witches’ Star Dies at 68 – Variety
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Democrat Rep. Nydia Velazquez joined Speaker Pelosi on Friday for the roll out of the $2 trillion coronavirus bailout bill.
The New York Democrat announced on Monday she “presumed coronavirus infection.”

Nancy Pelosi turned 80 earlier this month.

Rep. Nydia Velazquez, D-N.Y., said Monday that she has been diagnosed “with presumed coronavirus infection” but added that her symptoms so far have been mild.
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UH-OH! Democrat Rep. Velazquez Tests Positive for Coronavirus -- Was with 80-Year-Old Pelosi Three Days Earlier
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The band's tour was set to start on May 24 in Italy, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the group is rescheduling all of their dates to the summer of 2021.
Queen & Adam Lambert Reschedule European Rhapsody Tour: See New Dates | Billboard
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Fran Drescher teased on Twitter last week that there was a "surprise" in the works for "The Nanny" fans.
‘The Nanny’ Original Cast to Reunite For Virtual Table Read (EXCLUSIVE) – Variety
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Avengers: Endgame may have arrived back nearly a year ago, but fans are still discussing and dissecting every frame of The Russo Brothers massive blockbuster. The fourth Avengers movie was a wild ride through the MCU's timeline, eventually uniting every hero in the shared universe for one final battle against Thanos and his forces. ...
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Avengers: Endgame Set Photo Reveals Doctor Strange And Scarlet Witch Together Before Multiverse Of Madness - CINEMABLEND
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NEWSWuhan Locals Actually Believe 42,000 People Likely Died in the China Virus Outbreak Not the 3,200 that the Communist Government Originally ClaimedPublished 7 hours ago on Mar 31, 2020By Jose Nino

According to a Daily Mail report, Wuhan locals assert that 42,000 people were killed during the China virus pandemic that started in the aforementioned city.
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Wuhan Locals Actually Believe 42,000 People Likely Died in the China Virus Outbreak Not the 3,200 that the Communist Government Originally Claimed - Big League Politics
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