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• Germany mobilizes 15,000 soldiers | Global infections near 1 million | FEMA requests 100,000 body bags
• Coronavirus can spread through talking or breathing, prestigious panel tells White House
A prestigious scientific panel told the White House Wednesday night that research shows coronavirus can be spread not just by sneezes or coughs, but also just by talking, or possibly even just breathing.
• Russia's 'aid' delivery to the US was a PR coup for Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin knows how to make a very small investment for an outsized public-relations gain, and the Covid-19 pandemic has been no exception.
• Healthy 30-year-old teacher dies suddenly from coronavirus
Ben Luderer, a 30-year-old New Jersey teacher and coach, passed away only days after contracting coronavirus. Brandy Luderer, his wife, shares the heartbreaking details with CNN's Alisyn Camerota.
• How two funerals helped turn one small Georgia city into a hotspot
When a retired janitor suddenly died in southern Georgia, crowds of relatives and friends flocked to a local funeral home and mourned together. Within weeks, their city was overrun by coronavirus cases.
• Oil skyrockets 35% after Trump suggests huge cuts by Saudi Arabia and Russia
• Virus expert Fauci forced to beef up security as death threats increase
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country's top medical expert on the coronavirus pandemic and a member of President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force, is facing threats to his personal safety and now requires personal security from law enforcement at all times, including at his home, a source confirms to CNN.
• 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, a record high
Millions more Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, as businesses continue to lay off and furlough workers amid the coronavirus outbreak.
• UK slammed for coronavirus testing shortfall as officials release guidance on who to save first
• Spain passes 10,000 deaths after its highest single-day rise yet -- but the curve is stabilizing
Spain passed another grim milestone as it grappled to contain its coronavirus outbreak on Thursday, reporting that more than 10,000 have now died in the country as a result of the virus.
• What you need to know about coronavirus today
As global cases of the novel coronavirus near the staggering milestone of 1 million, spreading to almost every country and territory, the World Health Organization chief says he is "deeply concerned" about the "near exponential growth" of the pandemic.
• Prince Charles posts Twitter video after Covid-19 diagnosis
Prince Charles posted a video to Twitter saying he and his wife sympathize with others during this "anxious, unprecedented" time after testing positive for Covid-19.
• Anger as Japanese PM offers masks to families but refuses to declare emergency
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is facing a public backlash after he said the government would distribute two reusable cloth face masks per household amid growing concern over medical shortages as the country faces a worsening coronavirus outbreak.
• Many people still aren't social distancing. Here's why.
• A healthy 39-year-old DJ died of coronavirus. What his widow and daughter want you to know
Nicole Buchanan wasn't even allowed to say goodbye to her husband.
• Kenya has freed nearly 5000 inmates via newly adopted Skype court sessions
Kenya is decongesting its prisons to prevent overcrowding as a way to curtail the spread of coronavirus in the country.
• Cuomo to Gupta: You were right about this symptom
CNN's Chris Cuomo, who is in isolation after testing positive for coronavirus, tells Anderson Cooper about his first night since the diagnoses and discusses one of the intense symptoms the he experienced with Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
• As tragic toll from virus rises, so do questions about Trump's leadership
• Fact-checking Trump's latest briefing
President Donald Trump made another series of false, misleading or dubious claims at a coronavirus briefing that began with an off-topic discussion of his administration's efforts to fight drug trafficking. CNN's Daniel Dale joins Don Lemon for a fact check.
• Shenzhen becomes first Chinese city to ban consumption of cats and dogs
Shenzhen, in southeastern China, has become the first city in the country to ban the consumption of cats and dogs, the government announced Thursday.
• South Africa rounds up homeless people into a sports stadium during lockdown
• Former NBA star Stephon Marbury to help bring masks to New York
For NBA veteran Stephon Marbury, the coronavirus pandemic has hit close to a couple of places he calls home.
• Europe's most illiberal democracy lurches toward autocracy as pandemic gives Europe's police new powers
While people in Europe are giving up some hard-won freedoms to contain the cornavirus, the pandemic is being used by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban as a cover for a power grab. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
• Filipino nurses are underprotected. Medics are dying, and others risk spreading the virus
Every day, Filipina nurse April Abrias walks six miles to monitor 30 patients who are suspected to have the novel coronavirus in a rural province north of the Philippines' capital, Manila.
• One million Australian families to get free childcare as part of coronavirus response
About one million families in Australia will have access to free childcare in response to the coronavirus outbreak, the country's Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Thursday.
• Marine life in the world's oceans can recover to healthy levels by 2050, researchers say
Marine life in the world's oceans could recover to healthy levels in the next thirty years if decisive and urgent action is taken, an international review has found.
• K-pop star Kim Jae-joong apologizes after telling fans on April Fools' Day he had coronavirus
K-pop star Kim Jae-joong has apologized after telling fans on April Fools' Day that he had caught coronavirus.
• A wave of oil bankruptcies is on the way
• Middle Eastern country's virus tests 'eclipses' Western countries
The UAE has conducted over 220,000 Covid-19 tests, according to the country's Ministry of Health and Prevention. It is also the fifth country in the world to set up drive-through testing. CNN's Sam Kiley reports.
• Pakistan court overturns convictions in killing of American journalist Daniel Pearl
A local court in Pakistan on Thursday overturned the death sentence and murder convictions of four men believed to be involved in the killing of US journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002.
• Some English Premier League clubs living in 'moral vacuum' amid coronavirus pandemic
With the English Premier League season on hiatus amid the coronavirus outbreak, some of its leading clubs are coming in for heavy criticism for using a UK government job program, with one British lawmaker accusing them of living in a "moral vacuum."
• The economy is crumbling. What will a recovery look like?
Covid-19 has sent the global economy into a downward spiral. CNN Business' Christine Romans explains three scenarios of what recovery could look like.
• Eagle-eyed 'Little Women' fans spot modern drinks bottles in scene background
The editing of any feature movie can be a painstaking process. But that doesn't mean those in charge always spot every little detail, as one self-confessed "very big fan" of "Little Women" discovered while rewatching the 2019 adaptation directed by Greta Gerwig.
• This glass could turn skyscrapers into power generators
In the United States, buildings consume approximately 70% of the country's electricity. But a breakthrough in solar glass could offset that demand by converting the windows of every building into solar panels.
• "It's unreal,' says Italian rugby star Maxime Mbanda as he tackles coronavirus from the frontline
As Maxime Mbanda prepared for a Six Nations match earlier this month, he never anticipated how he would spend the next few weeks.
• UFC 249 in turmoil as Khabib Nurmagomedov wants to stay in quarantine
One of the most highly anticipated fights in UFC history is on hold yet again after Khabib Nurmagomedov announced he would be remaining in quarantine.
• Outlandish hair freezing contest offers much-needed laughs
During these uncertain times, we'll take the laughs where we can get them.
• Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten makes a giant cocktail for one
Barefoot Contessa's Ina Garten demonstrates the best way to make a cosmo
• Professional CrossFit unites in common cause during the coronavirus pandemic
As the sport of professional CrossFit sits in limbo, unsure as to whether their annual world championships, the CrossFit Games scheduled for late July, will even take place, many of the sport's biggest stars are coming together, albeit digitally, for a greater cause.
• Famous stolen paintings: Where high art and low deeds collide
In Hollywood movies, the art thief has become something of a romantic legend. But away from the big screen, art looting is big and ugly business.
• Don Lemon fights back tears talking about Cuomo's diagnosis
CNN's Don Lemon fought back tears talking about Chris Cuomo's coronavirus diagnosis after he prematurely ended his discussion with CNN senior global affairs analyst Bianna Golodryga about how the pandemic would impact renters and homeowners.
• Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson set for charity rematch involving NFL stars Tom Brady and Peyton Manning
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are set to be joined by NFL legends Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in a possible televised charity match.
• Lawmakers get creative with how to tell people to stay home
Lawmakers are taking aim at "knuckleheads" and "idiots" and getting creative about how they tell people to "stay the beep home." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
• Why Enes Kanter has more than just losing the NBA season on his mind
While NBA players search for ways to stay fit during the current suspension of play caused by the coronavirus, Enes Kanter has much more than basketball on his mind.
• Humans are terrible at being apart. Here's what to do
Get info: What you need to know about coronavirus today
• Live updates: Italy, Germany and Pakistan prolong lockdowns
• UK slammed: Officials release guidance on who to save first
Get info: What you need to know about coronavirus today
• Analysis: Trump's leadership is being questioned
President Donald Trump's White House appears powerless to halt an increasingly tragic trajectory in the coronavirus pandemic as the death toll climbed by nearly 1,000 on a single, dark day.
• CNN anchor: Times Square looks like a 'disaster film'
CNN's Richard Quest reports from New York City where streets and iconic landmarks are eerily empty as the novel coronavirus puts the city on lockdown. The US has reported over 5,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.
• Wall Street grapples with unemployment claims and rallying oil prices
• Oil skyrockets 35% • A 3,000% jump in jobless claims has devastated the US job market



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