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'Buy as much as possible' - Taiwan sees boon to panic buying

People in Taiwan were told to buy as much as possible during the coronavirus outbreak, as the island's premier struck a distinctly different approach to panic buying by advising them there was plenty to go around and it would support the economy. While Taiwan has only reported 108 cases of the virus, large rises in recent days from people returning from overseas has prompted some people to rush to supermarkets to stock up, even as the government says there is no need to panic and it will punis...
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Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Murder After Fairfield Police Find Dead Man Run Over By Car

FAIRFIELD (CBS13) – A man is being accused of murder after the Fairfield Police Department said that officers responding to a disturbance call located a man who had been run over by a vehicle and killed. Fairfield police said dispatchers started receiving calls just after 10 p.m. on Wednesday regarding a disturbance in the 1700 block of North Texas Street. Police said an altercation was reported between two men in a parking lot, with one possibly having a knife. Responding officers located the i...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Fairfield, Fairfield Police Department, Filmore, Fairfield News, North Texas Street Police, Addias Alonzo Brown


Coronavirus: California issues state-wide 'stay at home' order

The governor projects the virus will soon infect more than half of the 40 million people in his state.
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California orders its nearly 40 million residents to stay home to prevent the spread of coronavirus

California ordered its nearly 40 million residents to stay home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, marking the first statewide mandatory restrictions issued in the United States.
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Masks go on world tour as Hong Kongers now send supplies abroad

Hong Konger Adrian W. Chan is hunting for face masks to send to his parents in Canada, an increasingly common sight in a city once stalked by shortages and now trying to lend a hand as the coronavirus spreads overseas. The international financial hub was one of the first places hit as the virus spread from China, sparking panic buying, shortages and long queues for face masks. The hoarding and shortages have since eased somewhat and many Hong Kongers are now trying to make sure loved ones abro...
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McConnell defends crafting $1 trillion stimulus plan without Democrats

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday defended the Senate Republicans coming up with a proposed $1 trillion economic stimulus plan to battle the coronavirus without any input from Democrats, saying bipartisan negotiations were skipped in favor of speed.
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Exclusive: McConnell defends crafting $1 trillion stimulus plan without Democrats

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday defended the Senate Republicans coming up with a proposed $1 trillion economic stimulus plan to battle the coronavirus without any input from Democrats, saying bipartisan negotiations were skipped in favor of speed.
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Bogut: players "used like pawns" amid Aussie finals dramas

NBA veteran Andrew Bogut says players were “used like pawns" in the process that led to his Sydney Kings refusing to fly across the country for Game 4 of the Australian league's finals series because of the coronavirus pandemic, a decision that ultimately handed the championship to Perth. The Perth Wildcats led the best-of-five game grand final series 2-1 and were scheduled to host the Kings, but the last two games were canceled. Two days later, the Wildcats were declared NBL champions af...
Tags: News, Sports, Kings, Nba, Perth, Wildcats, Bogut, Andrew Bogut, NBL, Sydney Kings, Perth Wildcats


Republican Supercut Serves Up Words For Trump To Eat

"We need a president who tells the truth. Our lives depend on it," says the video ad by Republicans for the Rule of Law.
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Republican Coronavirus Supercut Serves Up Words For Trump To Eat

"We need a president who tells the truth. Our lives depend on it," says the video ad by Republicans for the Rule of Law.
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Town Hall: All your coronavirus questions answered

Watch part 1 of the CNN/Facebook coronavirus global town hall hosted by CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
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Town Hall: Watch the entire CNN coronavirus town hall

Watch part 1 of the CNN/Facebook coronavirus global town hall hosted by CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
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At CNN's coronavirus town hall, doctors answered y...

At CNN's coronavirus town hall, doctors answered your questions about testing, a possible antidote and social distancing.
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United States: Celebrating Black Barbie's 40th Anniversary And A Workplace D&I Victory - Ford & Harrison LLP

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Mattel's very first black Barbie®, which debuted in 1980 and was designed by fashion pioneer Kitty Black Perkins, a native of Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Tags: News, United States, Ford, Barbie, Mattel, Harrison LLP, Kitty Black Perkins


California orders its nearly 40 million residents to stay at home to prevent the spread of coronavirus

California ordered its nearly 40 million residents to stay at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, marking the first statewide mandatory restrictions issued in the United States.
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Boston Celtics' Marcus Smart and two Los Angeles Lakers players test positive for coronavirus

Boston Celtics Marcus Smart says that he has tested positive for coronavirus.
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California Announces Statewide 'Stay at Home' Order to Stop Coronavirus. Here's What That Means

California is the most populous state and the country's largest state economy
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Listen: Cedric the Entertainer on Being Friends With a Trump Supporter, Endorsing Joe Biden and a ‘Kings of Comedy’ Reunion

(Editor’s note: The interview with Cedric the Entertainer took place at the production offices of is sitcom “The Neighborhood” several days before social distancing and self-quarantine became the norm. Less than a week later, CBS TV Studios and producers shut down production of season 2 of the show. There were only two days left of […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, The Neighborhood, Cedric The Entertainer, CBS TV Studios, The Big Ticket, Coronavirus


Is delivery dangerous? Can I go outside? Your questions answered

At CNN's coronavirus town hall, doctors answered your questions about testing, a possible antidote and social distancing.
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United States: The Winds Of Change Are Suddenly Gusting: EEOC Commissioners Vote To Strip The General Counsel Of Substantial Litigation Authority - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Seyfarth Synopsis: On March 10, 2020, the EEOC released information about an internal resolution that may drastically change how high-stakes litigation decisions are made at the EEOC.
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Three-on-three basketball league plans April tournament

The Big3, a 3-on-3 professional basketball league that has employed several former NBA players, has plans to hold a tournament in April to satiate fans who want to watch basketball while other sporting events have been postponed because of coronavirus concerns, according to Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes.
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The Big3 is planning an April reality-style tournament while under quarantined conditions

The Big3, a 3-on-3 professional basketball league that has employed several former NBA players, has plans to hold a tournament in April to satiate fans who want to watch basketball while other sporting events have been postponed because of coronavirus concerns, according to Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes.
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Australia: Impairment discrimination, access to exams and termination of enrolment by the university - Cooper Grace Ward

The student alleged direct and indirect discrimination and victimisation by the university because of his impairments.
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UK: Top 5 Recent Workplace Developments – March 2020 - Clyde & Co

This is our selection of the recent developments which we think will have the most significant impact on HR practice.
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What happens when a map artist goes into quarantine

British artist Gareth Fuller produced a series of elaborate maps documenting his experiences under a two-week coronavirus quarantine in Beijing.
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What happens when a map artist is quarantined

British artist Gareth Fuller's densely illustrated, topographic drawings analyze the phenomenology of a place.
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United States: FTC Targets Advertising Claims Made For Pain-Relief Device - Venable LLP

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") announced a settlement with Neurometrix, the makers of the Quell electrical nerve stimulation device.
Tags: News, United States, Federal Trade Commission FTC, Neurometrix


GOP senators sold off their stocks ahead of coronavirus economic crash, reports say

Richard Burr and Kelly Loeffler sold off stocks shortly before financial markets plunged because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to reports.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Canada: Zombie Deed Sparks Reoccurring Legal Debate - Gardiner Roberts LLP

Absent a sequel by way of appeal, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice may have struck the final blow to the head of "zombie deeds".
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