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“It’s a war without bullets”: First-hand accounts from health care workers battling coronavirus – CBS News

Last Updated Mar 30, 2020 7:37 PM EDT On this National Doctors' Day, there are urgent calls for help on Monday from doctors and nurses who are risking their lives while treating coronavirus patients. President Trump said Monday that he's considering hazard pay for health care workers, but gave no details.The endless echo of sirens,…

Macy’s, Gap, Kohl’s furlough employees at closed stores during coronavirus shutdown – Chicago Tribune

Gap and Kohl’s joined Macy’s in saying they will furlough employees at stores that remain closed indefinitely during the coronavirus pandemic. Gap will temporarily stop paying nearly 80,000 out of 129,000 employees in the U.S. and Canada who had been working at stores until they closed two weeks ago. The company has 76 stores in…

Neural implants plus AI turns sentence-length thoughts to text – Ars Technica

Would've made writing this easier — The key was to think of this as a translation problem. John Timmer - Mar 30, 2020 10:41 pm UTC Enlarge / Several generations of neural implants from Neuralink.For people with limited use of their limbs, speech recognition can be critical for their ability to operate a computer. But…

Shaquille O’Neal addresses appearance on Netflix’s ‘Tiger King,’ says he ‘had no idea’ what went on behind scenes at zoo – ESPN

Shaquille O'Neal is playing some defense while the NBA season remains suspended.The Hall of Fame center attempted to clarify his brief appearance on the hit Netflix documentary "Tiger King," saying that while he loves big cats, he "had no idea" what was going on at the Oklahoma ranch owned by Joseph Maldonado-Passage, the now-imprisoned title…

Fears of Coronavirus Catastrophe at Rikers Jail – The New York Times

the potential of a public health catastrophe in the cellblocks where thousands are being held in close quarters.Public officials have been working to release hundreds of people in jail, but while that effort is moving forward, law enforcement officials concerned about public safety have urged caution. Inside the jails, meanwhile, inmates — including some of…

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“It’s a war without bullets”: First-hand accounts from health care workers battling coronavirus – CBS News

Last Updated Mar 30, 2020 7:37 PM EDT On this National Doctors' Day, there are urgent calls for help on Monday from doctors and nurses who are risking their lives while treating coronavirus patients. President Trump said Monday that he's considering hazard pay for health care workers, but gave no details.The endless echo of sirens,…

Macy’s, Gap, Kohl’s furlough employees at closed stores during coronavirus shutdown – Chicago Tribune

Gap and Kohl’s joined Macy’s in saying they will furlough employees at stores that remain closed indefinitely during the coronavirus pandemic. Gap will temporarily stop paying nearly 80,000 out of 129,000 employees in the U.S. and Canada who had been working at stores until they closed two weeks ago. The company has 76 stores in…

Neural implants plus AI turns sentence-length thoughts to text – Ars Technica

Would've made writing this easier — The key was to think of this as a translation problem. John Timmer - Mar 30, 2020 10:41 pm UTC Enlarge / Several generations of neural implants from Neuralink.For people with limited use of their limbs, speech recognition can be critical for their ability to operate a computer. But…

Shaquille O’Neal addresses appearance on Netflix’s ‘Tiger King,’ says he ‘had no idea’ what went on behind scenes at zoo – ESPN

Shaquille O'Neal is playing some defense while the NBA season remains suspended.The Hall of Fame center attempted to clarify his brief appearance on the hit Netflix documentary "Tiger King," saying that while he loves big cats, he "had no idea" what was going on at the Oklahoma ranch owned by Joseph Maldonado-Passage, the now-imprisoned title…

Fears of Coronavirus Catastrophe at Rikers Jail – The New York Times

the potential of a public health catastrophe in the cellblocks where thousands are being held in close quarters.Public officials have been working to release hundreds of people in jail, but while that effort is moving forward, law enforcement officials concerned about public safety have urged caution. Inside the jails, meanwhile, inmates — including some of…

Hungary’s Viktor Orban gets sweeping powers under ‘coronavirus bill’ – The – The Washington Post

The Hungarian parliament on Monday handed the country's populist prime minister, Viktor Orban, the power to govern unchallenged for as long as he sees fit, a move rights groups said effectively suspends democracy in the European Union member state in the name of fighting the novel coronavirus.The “coronavirus bill,” which allows Orban to rule by…
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“It’s a war without bullets”: First-hand accounts from health care workers battling coronavirus – CBS News

Last Updated Mar 30, 2020 7:37 PM EDT On this National Doctors' Day, there are urgent calls for help on Monday from doctors and nurses who are risking their lives while treating coronavirus patients. President Trump said Monday that he's considering hazard pay for health care workers, but gave no details.The endless echo of sirens,…

Macy’s, Gap, Kohl’s furlough employees at closed stores during coronavirus shutdown – Chicago Tribune

Gap and Kohl’s joined Macy’s in saying they will furlough employees at stores that remain closed indefinitely during the coronavirus pandemic. Gap will temporarily stop paying nearly 80,000 out of 129,000 employees in the U.S. and Canada who had been working at stores until they closed two weeks ago. The company has 76 stores in…

Neural implants plus AI turns sentence-length thoughts to text – Ars Technica

Would've made writing this easier — The key was to think of this as a translation problem. John Timmer - Mar 30, 2020 10:41 pm UTC Enlarge / Several generations of neural implants from Neuralink.For people with limited use of their limbs, speech recognition can be critical for their ability to operate a computer. But…

Shaquille O’Neal addresses appearance on Netflix’s ‘Tiger King,’ says he ‘had no idea’ what went on behind scenes at zoo – ESPN

Shaquille O'Neal is playing some defense while the NBA season remains suspended.The Hall of Fame center attempted to clarify his brief appearance on the hit Netflix documentary "Tiger King," saying that while he loves big cats, he "had no idea" what was going on at the Oklahoma ranch owned by Joseph Maldonado-Passage, the now-imprisoned title…

Fears of Coronavirus Catastrophe at Rikers Jail – The New York Times

the potential of a public health catastrophe in the cellblocks where thousands are being held in close quarters.Public officials have been working to release hundreds of people in jail, but while that effort is moving forward, law enforcement officials concerned about public safety have urged caution. Inside the jails, meanwhile, inmates — including some of…

Hungary’s Viktor Orban gets sweeping powers under ‘coronavirus bill’ – The – The Washington Post

The Hungarian parliament on Monday handed the country's populist prime minister, Viktor Orban, the power to govern unchallenged for as long as he sees fit, a move rights groups said effectively suspends democracy in the European Union member state in the name of fighting the novel coronavirus.The “coronavirus bill,” which allows Orban to rule by…

‘Morbius,’ ‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel and More Sony Movies Pushed Back to 2021 – Variety

Sony Pictures has pushed back many of its major tentpoles — including “Morbius,” “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” “Uncharted” and “Peter Rabbit 2” — to next year, the studio announced on Monday. Jason Reitman’s “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” has moved from July 10, 2020, to March 5, 2021; Jared Leto’s “Morbius” has been pushed back from July 31, 2020, to…

Trump’s Virus Defense Is Often an Attack, and the Target Is Often a Woman – The New York Times

March 30, 2020, 8:00 p.m. ETWASHINGTON — As he confronts a global pandemic, President Trump’s attention has also been directed at a more familiar foe: those he feels are challenging him, and particularly women.“Always a mess with Mary B.,” Mr. Trump tweeted last week, attacking the female chief executive of General Motors, Mary T. Barra,…

Facebook, Twitter bar video of Brazilian president endorsing unproven antiviral drug – NBC News

Facebook and Twitter said Monday that they had ordered the removal of a video in which Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said falsely that a drug was working everywhere against the coronavirus.It is rare for tech companies to take down a post from a head of state, but the coronavirus pandemic has led the companies to…

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“It’s a war without bullets”: First-hand accounts from health care workers battling coronavirus – CBS News

Last Updated Mar 30, 2020 7:37 PM EDT On this National Doctors' Day, there are urgent calls for help on Monday from doctors and nurses who are risking their lives while treating coronavirus patients. President Trump said Monday that he's considering hazard pay for health care workers, but gave no details.The endless echo of sirens,…

Macy’s, Gap, Kohl’s furlough employees at closed stores during coronavirus shutdown – Chicago Tribune

Gap and Kohl’s joined Macy’s in saying they will furlough employees at stores that remain closed indefinitely during the coronavirus pandemic. Gap will temporarily stop paying nearly 80,000 out of 129,000 employees in the U.S. and Canada who had been working at stores until they closed two weeks ago. The company has 76 stores in…

Neural implants plus AI turns sentence-length thoughts to text – Ars Technica

Would've made writing this easier — The key was to think of this as a translation problem. John Timmer - Mar 30, 2020 10:41 pm UTC Enlarge / Several generations of neural implants from Neuralink.For people with limited use of their limbs, speech recognition can be critical for their ability to operate a computer. But…

Shaquille O’Neal addresses appearance on Netflix’s ‘Tiger King,’ says he ‘had no idea’ what went on behind scenes at zoo – ESPN

Shaquille O'Neal is playing some defense while the NBA season remains suspended.The Hall of Fame center attempted to clarify his brief appearance on the hit Netflix documentary "Tiger King," saying that while he loves big cats, he "had no idea" what was going on at the Oklahoma ranch owned by Joseph Maldonado-Passage, the now-imprisoned title…

Fears of Coronavirus Catastrophe at Rikers Jail – The New York Times

the potential of a public health catastrophe in the cellblocks where thousands are being held in close quarters.Public officials have been working to release hundreds of people in jail, but while that effort is moving forward, law enforcement officials concerned about public safety have urged caution. Inside the jails, meanwhile, inmates — including some of…