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Live updates: Italy surpasses China in coronavirus infections as global total reaches 600,000; Trump calls former troops to active duty for pandemic response –...

Here are some significant developments:More than 600,000 people have infected and at least 28,000 killed worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. Italy has been hit especially hard, with more than 9,000 deaths — most in the world. Italy has also surpassed China’s reported case total, with more than 86,000 infections as of Saturday. South Korea…

Sports activities books in Las Vegas are getting innovative to offset March Madness betting losses

CLOSE What I'm Hearing: USA TODAY Sports' Scott Gleeson spoke a number of college basketball coaches about their emotions following the announcement that the NCAA tournament will be cancelled do to the coronavirus. USA TODAYSports books in Las Vegas accustomed to raking in cash from the frenzied betting during March Madness are bracing for the…

Coronavirus unfold ‘deeply concerning’ but not a pandemic: WHO’s Tedros

Director-General of the WHO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, attends a news conference on the coronavirus (COVID-2019) in Geneva, Switzerland February 24, 2020. REUTERS/Denis BalibouseGENEVA (Reuters) - The sudden rise in novel coronavirus cases in Italy, Iran and South Korea is “deeply concerning”, but the virus can still be contained and does not amount to a pandemic,…

Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend’s brother is suing the Amazon CEO for defamation, claiming he was falsely accused of providing incriminating pictures to the Countrywide Enquirer

As the saga of Jeff Bezos, his nude selfies, and his leaked affair with Lauren Sanchez continues, a new development has arisen – Sanchez's brother Michael Sanchez is now suing Bezos for defamation.Bloomberg reports Sanchez has accused the Amazon CEO and his security consultant Gavin de Becker of telling journalists that Sanchez leaked Bezos' nude…

There’s a possibility your football tweet was turned into Super Bowl confetti

Image: Ronald Martinez / Getty Images By Nicole Gallucci2020-02-03 14:30:43 UTC Not everyone could physically make it to Super Bowl LIV to see the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Fransisco 49ers, but at the end of the night, some particularly vocal sports fans were on the field in spirit.  After the Big Game ended,…

The Muslim World’s Question: ‘What Transpired to Us?’

Understanding the events of 1979 is crucial for those trying to figure out a better future for today’s Middle East. Kim Ghattas January 25, 2020 Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini greets a crowd at Tehran University after returning from exile during the Iranian Revolution in 1979.Alain Dejean / GettyWhat happened to us? The question haunts us in…

US armed forces training for Saudi pupils could resume quickly

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. training for more than 800 Saudi Arabian military students could be restarted "in the coming days," the Pentagon said Thursday, nearly six weeks after a shooting by one Saudi trainee killed three sailors at a Florida base.The Pentagon had stopped all flight and field training for the approximately 850 Saudi students…

FBI arrest former Canadian reservist, suspected neo-Nazi, in United States – CTV News

OTTAWA -- A former Canadian Forces engineer who disappeared after he was accused of being a neo-Nazi has been arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on firearms charges and appeared in a United States courtroom on Thursday. The arrest and court appearance were the first public signs of Patrik Mathews since he disappeared at…

Food These gadgets will take your home to the 31st century — Future Blink

A sneak peek at the innovations that will change our everyday lives in the future. Jordan Aaron 10 days ago Automatic toilet seats. Smart appliances. These tech advances may transport you to the "Smart House" sequel of your dreams.

Typhoon Studios joins Stadia Games and Entertainment

BINK_Google_Keyword_Stadia.png Jade Raymond VP and Head, Stadia Games & Entertainment Published Dec 19, 2019 Working with some of the best game creators in the world, we’ve learned that a successful studio comes down to great people who have a vision to execute on the best ideas. We’re always looking for people who share our passion…

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Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. The Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale for £29.99. Image: AMazon By Joseph GreenMashable Shopping2020-03-30 10:27:09 UTC TL;DR: The Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale for £29.99 on Currys PC World, saving you 40% on list price. The…

Coronavirus updates: Trump extends shutdown, Fauci warns 200k could die – CBS Information

  10m ago U.S. Army has to help staff field hospitals while also remaining ready for war The United States Army is opening the first field hospital for civilians in New York City Monday. The new medical facility at the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan is designed to handle non-COVID-19 patients, freeing existing New York hospitals to…

Coronavirus: Conditions soar in Iran and Italy

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Coronavirus information is handed to Iraqi passengers returning from Iran Iran has confirmed almost 6,000 coronavirus infections and 145 deaths as the number of cases worldwide passed 100,000, officials say.A second MP was reportedly among those to have died in Iran, where health officials fear the number of cases…

Stock futures open reduce as Trump extends coronavirus social distancing steps to April thirty – Daily Mail

Loans and guarantees to businesses, state and local governments: $500 billion. Includes up to $50 billion for passenger airlines, $8 billion for cargo carriers, $17 billion for "businesses critical to maintaining national security." Companies accepting loans may not repurchase outstanding stock; must maintain their employment levels as of March 13, 2020 "to the extent practicable";…

Food Even a restricted India-Pakistan nuclear war would bring world-wide famine, says analyze

The concept of nuclear winter -- a years-long planetary freeze brought on by airborne soot generated by nuclear bombs -- has been around for decades. But such speculations have been based largely on back-of-the-envelope calculations involving a total war between Russia and the United States. Now, a new multinational study incorporating the latest models of…