Officials urge Tyson Foods to shut down plant after employees test positive for COVID-19

The Tyson Foods meatpacking plant in Waterloo, Iowa, is facing calls to shut down from officials concerned over employees positive for coronavirus.         [Author: Des Moines Register]
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Asia Today: Singapore sees huge surge in new virus cases

Singapore reported 942 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, a single-day high for the tiny city-state that pushed its total number of infections to 5,992, including 11 deaths. The number of cases in Singapore has more than doubled over the past week amid an explosion of infections among foreign workers staying in crowded dormitories. This group now makes up around 60% of Singapore’s cases.
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North Korea is advancing its nuclear program, U.N. report says

The 267-page U.N. report that provides surveillance photos and new evidence.
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Jalen Green's G League contract leaves NCAA with life-or-death decision

Jalen Green isn't killing college basketball. But how the NCAA reacts could lead to its death.
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Coronavirus: Early prison release scheme suspended after errors

An administrative failure sees six low-risk inmates released by mistake, prompting a review.
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‘The Price Is Right’ Host Drew Carey Told Teens: “I Forgave The Guy Who Murdered Amie”

Drew Carey made a stunning admission Friday during the remote The [email protected]: He forgives the man who murdered his ex-fiancée, Amie Harwick. "After Amie’s murder, I took a week off," Carey related. "Really, I couldn’t function and my first day back (to his job hosting The Price is Right) we taped the high school show for […]
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FDA approves new drug for patients with metastatic breast cancer

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of the drug tucatinib, or Tukysa, in combination with chemotherapy, for the treatment of adults with advanced forms of HER2-positive breast cancer that either cannot be removed with surgery, or has spread to other parts of the body, including the brain.
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Asia Today: China fights new infections, Japan cases rise

BANGKOK — China on Saturday reported 27 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, as it tries to stem an upsurge in infections in a northeastern province bordering Russia.Twenty of the new cases were in Heilongjiang province, including 13 Chinese nationals who had returned recently from Russia. The land border with Russia has been closed.China’s official death toll rose sharply to 4,632, reflecting a major upwards revision the previous day by authorities in Wuhan, the nation’s hardest-hit city.The latest...
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Rep. Mike Johson says re-opening America has to be done on a state-by-state basis

Louisiana Rep. Mike Johnson, member of the Opening Up America Again congressional group, joins Shannon Bream on 'Fox News @ Night.'
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Hong Kong: Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner Issues Guidelines For Employers Amid COVID-19 Pandemic - Mayer Brown

The Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong has released guidelines for employers on the collection and use of personal data arising from the pandemic. The guidelines include the following...
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As coronavirus infections mount, Japan at last expands testing

Japan, alarmed by rising coronavirus deaths and the specter of the collapse of the medical system, is scrambling to expand testing with drive-through facilities and general practitioners helping to collect samples. For weeks Japan has limited its testing for the coronavirus, which emerged in neighboring China late last year, despite calls from many health experts who see testing as vital to detecting and isolating cases and slowing the spread. Japan conducted about 52,000 polymerase chain reac...
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United States: CARES Act - New Group Health Plan Rules and Relief - Foley & Lardner

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), which was signed by the President on March 27, 2020, includes several provisions affecting group health plans, ...
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Euromillions: UK ticket-holder scoops £58m jackpot

The win catapults the ticket-holder's wealth to equal singer Harry Styles and footballer Sergio Aguero.
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United States: SEC Issues Exemptive Relief To Provide Funds Additional Short-Term Borrowing Flexibility - Proskauer Rose LLP

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") recently issued an order providing temporary flexibility for certain registered investment companies ("funds") and certain of their...
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Top Personal Injury Lawyer Macon, GA Named 2020 Super Lawyer

Ben F. Windham P.C., Macon Personal Injury Lawyer, was chosen by Super Lawyers® as one of their top attorneys of 2020. LOCUST GROVE, GA / ACCESSWIRE / April 17, 2020 / Windham Law is proud to announce ...
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Coronavirus: UK firefighters deliver medicines to the elderly and vulnerable

The UK's firefighters are stepping up to help people on their doorsteps, delivering medicines to elderly and vulnerable people confined to their homes. It's just one of a number of ways in which the fire service is adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic and supporting people in their local community. Called #ReadyWillingAble, the project has also seen firefighters become temporary ambulance drivers, and help with food parcel deliveries.
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United States: Stipulating To Dismissal May Not Bar A Request For Attorneys' Fees - Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

In Keith Manufacturing Co. v. Butterfield, No. 2019-1136 (Fed. Cir. Apr. 7, 2020), the Federal Circuit held that stipulating to a case's dismissal does not necessarily foreclose a party from seeking attorneys' fees.
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Ionescu picks up WNBA torch as she steps into New York spotlight

With expectations higher than the skyscrapers of Manhattan, the WNBA's number-one overall draft pick Sabrina Ionescu is poised to transform the New York Liberty and ready to torch the competition with the national spotlight pointed on her. Already dubbed "Lady Liberty" in the pages of the New York Post, the Big Apple is ready to roll out the red carpet for the University of Oregon guard, who was the first NCAA player to score 2,000 career points, 1,000 rebounds and 1,000 assists. "Obvious...
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Brett Favre rocking bright orange hair in quarantine after failing at TikTok with his daughter

"Next week I may go with pink, so stay tuned."
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Coronavirus live news: Trump backs anti-lockdown protests as global deaths pass 150,000

China pushes ‘comprehensive’ economic reopening; first virus case in Syria’s northeast; Germany says pandemic ‘under control’. Follow latest updatesNHS staff in UK told ‘wear aprons’ as protective gowns run outCoronavirus ‘under control’ in Germany Coronavirus latest: at a glanceUS coronavirus updates – liveAustralia coronavirus updates – liveSee all our coronavirus coverage 4.23am BST Hospitals in Japan are increasingly turning away sick people as the country struggles with surging coronavi...
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Coronavirus: One hurt, two arrested as 150 break lockdown rules to attend a funeral

Two men were arrested and a teenage boy was injured in a motorbike accident after about 150 people broke coronavirus social distancing rules to attend a funeral in Kent. Kent Police were warned in advance about the gathering in Sittingbourne but allowed it to go ahead because they were given "very little notice". The funeral on Thursday was attended by large numbers of motorcyclists and two men, aged 24 and 32, were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and driving without a licence.
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United States: CARES Act: Guidance For Mid-Sized And Large Businesses - Pryor Cashman LLP

On March 27, 2020, in a historic effort to provide emergency aid to individuals, families and businesses impacted by the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Congress passed, and the...
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Mexican soccer suspends relegation/promotion for 5 years

Mexican league soccer owners voted Friday to suspend relegation and promotion between the country's top two divisions for five years, citing economic problems for the second division that have been aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic. Liga MX President Enrique Bonilla, making his first public appearance since announcing March 20 he had tested positive for COVID-19, also said during the online news conference that the current season of the second division, known as Ascenso MX, would be c...
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Demonstrators Gather in Front of Idaho Capitol Building to Protest COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order

Hundreds of protestors gathered outside the Capitol Building in Boise, Idaho on April 17 to rally against Governor Little’s stay-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Footage uploaded to Facebook by protestor Tom Szulga shows demonstrators at the event listening to a woman speaking out against COVID-19 restrictions on businesses. Addressing prior speechmaker, Jonathan Eldredge who owns a fitness center, she says: “We have business owners just like him, who would love to say the things he just ...
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Ranjit Chowdhry Dies: ‘The Office’ And ‘Prison Break’ Star Was 64

Ranjit Chowdhry, a Bollywood actor who crossed over to the US mainstream, died Wednesday at a Mumbai hospital. He was 64-years-old and suffered a ruptured ulcer that required emergency surgery, according to reports. Chowdhry had returned to India for some dental work, but then was trapped there by the pandemic travel shutdown. Chowdhry first starred […]
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Ecuador: Estado de excepción – medidas tributarias - CorralRosales

Mediante Decreto Ejecutivo 1021 emitido el 27 de marzo de 2020, el Presidente del Ecuador, en virtud del estado de excepción, adoptó las siguientes medidas tributarias:
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A History of Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds' Ongoing Feud from Trolling Birthdays to Spoofs

Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds' feud might have begun with Scarlett Johansson, but the two have taken it to another level
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Trump Encourages Protest Against Governors Who Have Imposed Virus Restrictions

The president’s stark departure from his message on Thursday night, when he announced guidelines for governors to reopen their states and said they would “call your own shots,” suggested he was ceding any semblance of national leadership on the pandemic.
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Turkey: COVID-19: Summary Of Financial Support Available To Companies, 27 March 2020 - Gen Temizer Ozer / Kinstellar

The COVID-19 outbreak affects our daily, as well as our business life. Many enterprises will need to draw on different means of financial support to manage their...
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