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Why Hasn’t Trump Issued Nationwide Stay-At-Home Order Yet?

The resistance some states have shown to implementing aggressive coronavirus responses has led public health experts to call for President Trump to issue nationwide stay-at-home guidance. Across the country, mayors have battled their governors over how broadly business-closure orders should be implemented. In some cases, it appears that governors will only implement statewide orders when they feel they have the White House’s full backing in doing so. A nationwide stay-at-home order would...
Tags: Florida, News, Cdc, White House, Georgia, Missouri, Arizona, World Health Organization, Ohio, Oklahoma, Donald Trump, Trump, Oklahoma City, Tierney Sneed, Dayton, Tsai


Man Coughs On Dollar Store Coolers And Scrawls ‘COVID 19’ In Condensation: Police

John Swaller was jailed in Missouri on a charge of making terroristic threats.
Tags: News, Missouri, John Swaller


A top TikTok influencer was preparing to rent a 'collab house' to live in with 6 other creators, but those plans are now on hold

TikTok star Josh Sadowski, who has 4 million followers and manages 11 other creators, is planning to launch a creator collab house for his group. Collab groups and houses, like Sway LA or Hype House, are a popular trend among TikTok influencers, and a way for these stars to create content together. Sadowski is looking to rent an LA-based place once it's safe to do so, and this place will be home to him and three other influencers he manages. Sadowski spoke with Business Insider about what the ...
Tags: Rihanna, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Missouri, Business Insider, Bel Air, Collab, David Dobrik, Sadowski, Thomas Petrou, Sway House, Sway LA, Brittany Broski, Josh Sadowski, Fenty Beauty House


What it's like to launch a TikTok collab house, according to a top influencer who's preparing to rent a $15,000-per-month house in LA when it's safe

TikTok star Josh Sadowski, who has 4 million followers and manages 11 other creators, is planning to launch a creator collab house for his group. Collab groups and houses, like Sway LA or Hype House, are a popular trend among TikTok influencers, and a way for these stars to create content together. Sadowski is looking to rent an LA-based place once it's safe to do so, and this place will be home to him and three other influencers he manages. Sadowski spoke with Business Insider about what the ...
Tags: Rihanna, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Missouri, Ken Burns, Business Insider, Bel Air, Collab, David Dobrik, Sadowski, Thomas Petrou, Sway House, Sway LA, Brittany Broski, Josh Sadowski


Delaying 'nonessential' abortions during coronavirus crisis endangers women's health and financial future

Several U.S. states are blocking health clinics from providing abortions, declaring the procedure to be “nonessential” during coronavirus business closures. Other services deemed medically unnecessary during the crisis include dental exams, colonoscopies and cataract surgeries. The inclusion of abortion on this list is controversial and legally contested. Judges in recent days struck down such abortion bans in Texas, Ohio and Alabama, allowing abortions to continue. However, on March 31, a Texas...
Tags: Texas, News, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Kentucky, US, Alabama, Missouri, New Jersey, Food And Drug Administration, Ohio, Michigan, States, Roe V Wade, Trump, Midland


A top TikTok influencer was shopping for a $15,000-per-month 'collab house' but his plan is now on hold. Here's how he's preparing to launch when it's safe.

TikTok star Josh Sadowski, who has 4 million followers and manages 11 other creators, is planning to launch a creator collab house for his group. Collab groups and houses, like Sway LA or Hype House, are a popular trend among TikTok influencers, and a way for these stars to create content together. Sadowski is looking to rent an LA-based place once it's safe to do so, and this place will be home to him and three other influencers he manages. Sadowski spoke with Business Insider about what the ...
Tags: Rihanna, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Missouri, Ken Burns, Business Insider, Bel Air, Collab, David Dobrik, Sadowski, Thomas Petrou, Sway House, Sway LA, Brittany Broski, Josh Sadowski


Lemony Chickpea Soup

I’ve got a super simple soup recipe for you today: lemony chickpea soup. In southwest Missouri, where I live, the weather is certainly warming up and feeling like spring. But there are still enough chilly evenings that my cravings for soup haven’t died down yet. Ha. I love that this soup is incredibly simple and quick to make, using just a handful of ingredients, really. Even though it’s simple, this lemony chickpea soup is still packed with flavor and feels zesty and refreshing. It will fill yo...
Tags: Food, Hot, Cook, Soups, Missouri, Meal Ideas, Savory, Emma Chapman, Lemony Chickpea Soup, xo Emma Lemony Chickpea Soup


‘Ozark’ Season 3 Spoiler Review: The Netflix Series Plumbs New Dramatic Depths as It Goes Full ‘Godfather’

“Fighting for your life makes every other thing you ever did before seem extremely dull.” This line is spoken by Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) in the penultimate episode of Ozark’s third season, which hit Netflix on Friday. It’s a line that cuts to the core of what makes Wendy, her husband Marty (Jason Bateman), and the show around them tick. In its first season, Ozark plunged viewers into the world of the Byrdes and their Missouri money-laundering operation. From the moment a Mexican drug lord kn...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Mexico, Features, Chicago, Netflix, Missouri, Roy, Kansas City, Illinois, Buddy, Adam Sandler, Macbeth, Jonah, Michael Shannon, Walter


Revealed: Monsanto predicted crop system would damage US farms

Internal documents describe how to profit from farmer losses and desire to oppose some independent testing The US agriculture giant Monsanto and the German chemical giant BASF were aware for years that their plan to introduce a new agricultural seed and chemical system would probably lead to damage on many US farms, internal documents seen by the Guardian show.Risks were downplayed even while they planned how to profit off farmers who would buy Monsanto’s new seeds just to avoid damage, accordin...
Tags: Health, Business, Environment, US, Basf, World news, US news, Missouri, Monsanto, US environmental protection agency


Lonnie Franklin, dubbed the ‘Grim Sleeper’ killer of South L.A., dies in prison at 67

Lonnie David Franklin Jr., who killed at least 10 people between 1985 and 2007 — mainly in the South Los Angeles area — has died at the age of 67, officials at San Quentin State Prison said Sunday, March 29. Franklin, who was sentenced to death in Los Angeles in 2016, was found unresponsive in his cell at about 7:20 p.m. Saturday. “Medical assistance was rendered and an ambulance was summoned. Franklin was pronounced deceased at 7:43 p.m. His cause of death is pending the results of an autopsy; ...
Tags: Crime, News, California, Germany, Virginia, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Missouri, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Inglewood, U S Army, South Los Angeles, Franklin


A World Without Partisan Gerrymanders? Virginia Democrats Show the Way

In a rare move, a group of lawmakers voted to give up their own redistricting power.
Tags: Utah, News, Virginia, Missouri, Michigan, Politics And Government, Redistricting and Reapportionment, Constitutional Amendments


SPC Severe Thunderstorm Watch 65

WW 65 SEVERE TSTM IL MO 272245Z - 280200Z URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Severe Thunderstorm Watch Number 65 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 545 PM CDT Fri Mar 27 2020 The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Watch for portions of Extreme southwest Illinois Southeast Missouri * Effective this Friday afternoon and evening from 545 PM until 900 PM CDT. * Primary threats include... Scattered large hail and isolated very large hail event...
Tags: Weather, Missouri, Norman, CAPE GIRARDEAU Mo, FARMINGTON Mo, Illinois Southeast Missouri Effective


Pennsylvania Woman Arrested for Coughing on $35K Worth of Food at Grocery Store That Had to Be Thrown Away

In the midst of the escalating COVID-19 pandemic that’s seeing stores emptied of food, cleaning supplies and paper products across the country, a Pennsylvania woman decided to play a “twisted prank” that forced a local grocery store to throw away $35,000 worth of food and landed her in jail. On Wednesday (Mar. 25), 35-year-old Margaret Cirko, “who police know to be a chronic problem in the community,” according to a social media post, walked into a Hanover Township Gerrity’s and purposely coughe...
Tags: Facebook, Crime, News, Office, Walmart, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Jazz, Why Would You Do That, Hanover Twp, Gerrity, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Cody Lee Pfister, Joe Fasula, Margaret Cirko


New Jersey Man Charged With Making Terrorist Threats for Coughing on Grocery Store Worker & Saying He Has Coronavirus

A New Jersey man is facing criminal charges after intentionally coughing on another person and claiming to be infected with the COVID-19 virus that has led to worldwide quarantines. 50-year-old George Falcone has been charged with making terrorist threats, obstruction, and harassment after an incident at a Wegmans Food Store in Freehold, according to reports. Falcone was shopping on Tuesday (Mar. 24) when an employee asked him to step back from an open display of prepared foods. According to a s...
Tags: Wtf, Crime, News, Walmart, Pennsylvania, Missouri, New Jersey, Jazz, Freehold, Monmouth County, Falcone, Really, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Cody Lee Pfister, George Falcone


Major automakers Toyota, Honda, FCA extend factory closures

Toyota, Honda and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will not reopen North American factories at the end of the month as planned, as the COVID-19 disease spreads and dampens demand for new cars, trucks and SUVs. FCA said Thursday that plants across the U.S. and Canada, as well as headquarters operations and construction projects, are intended to remain closed until April 14, dependent upon the various states’ stay-in-place orders and the readiness of each facility to return to production. FCA’s Mop...
Tags: TC, Europe, Texas, Mexico, Kentucky, China, Alabama, Tech, Indiana, Canada, Automotive, United States, Missouri, Ford, Tennessee, Fca


FBI agents kill man allegedly plotting bomb attack on hospital amid coronavirus pandemic

FBI says Timothy Wilson, 36, had planned for several months to carry out a bombing and decided to target a Kansas City-area hospitalA man fatally injured by the FBI was planning a bomb attack on a medical facility in the Kansas City area, the agency said in a news release on Wednesday.Timothy Wilson, 36, was injured on Tuesday when FBI agents served a probable cause arrest warrant in Belton, Missouri, after a long-running domestic terrorism investigation, according to a statement on Wednesday fr...
Tags: US news, Fbi, Missouri, US crime, Kansas City, Belton Missouri, Timothy Wilson, Timothy Langan


Where Things Stand: A Sign Of The Times

The fact that a Senate, that just months ago held a contentious impeachment trial, was able to pass any sort of spending bill — let alone a $2 trillion one — by unanimous consent is jaw-dropping enough. But coupled with the fact that four sitting senators were unable to vote on the legislation because they either have the virus at the center of a global pandemic, or are quarantining due to fear of exposure — and this all feels shockingly dystopian. Republican Sens. Rand Paul (KY) — who has th...
Tags: News, Congress, Senate, White House, Fbi, Missouri, South Dakota, Treasury, Times, Trump, Paul Ky, Thune, John Thune, Brian Rosenthal, Steve Mnuchin, Matt Shuham


Dakota access pipeline: court strikes down permits in victory for Standing Rock Sioux

Army corps of engineers ordered to conduct full environmental review, which could take yearsThe future of the controversial Dakota Access pipeline has been thrown into question after a federal court on Wednesday struck down its permits and ordered a comprehensive environmental review.The US army corps of engineers was ordered to conduct a full environmental impact statement (EIS), after the Washington DC court ruled that existing permits violated the National Environmental Policy Act (Nepa).The ...
Tags: News, Obama, US, Missouri, North Dakota, Washington Dc, Army, Illinois, Donald Trump, Trump, Earthjustice, Eis, Dakota, Sunoco, NEPA, Standing Rock Sioux


'Who's scared of coronavirus?' Missouri man arrested, charged with licking Walmart merchandise

A 26-year-old man was arrested after police say he recorded himself licking merchandise at Walmart and asking "Who's scared of coronavirus?"         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Walmart, Missouri, Usa Today


Missouri Walmart Licker Charged for Making Terrorist Threat

A deviant demanding attention in the dangerous time that is the Coronavirus era was arrested by police for making a “terrorist threat” after uploading a video of his unhygienic act of licking Walmart products. The criminal (26-year-old Cody Pfister) was charged with making a terrorist threat after purposefully spreading his germs onto items at a […]
Tags: Usa, Crime, International, Walmart, Missouri, Terrorism, Anime, Hygiene, Missouri Walmart, Cody Pfister, Coronavirus


Missouri man arrested for licking items at Walmart to mock coronavirus fears

Cody Lee Pfister, 26, posted a video on social media of himself licking deodorants at a Warrenton Walmart. He's been charged with terrorist threats.
Tags: News, Walmart, Missouri, Cody Lee Pfister, Warrenton Walmart


Forecasters monitoring several factors for potentially dangerous severe storm outbreak

There is the potential for an outbreak of dangerous thunderstorms, including tornadoes, over the central United States starting late this week."While the traditional severe weather elements, such as hail, damaging winds, vivid lightning and flash flooding are likely with the upcoming event, the setup may also produce tornadoes," said AccuWeather Senior Storm Warning Meteorologist Eddie Walker.The late-week storms will follow severe weather Tuesday night that resulted in a rare tornado emergency ...
Tags: News, Mississippi, United States, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kansas, Great Lakes, Oklahoma, Accuweather, Rockies, Ohio Valley, Walker, Mississippi Valley, DirecTV Frontier, Dan Kottlowski


"How Coronavirus is Disrupting the Death Penalty"

The title of this post is the headline of this new Marshall Project piece highlighting some topics I have been tracking recently.  Here are excerpts: With a signature from Gov. Jared Polis, Colorado on Monday became the 22nd state to abolish the death penalty. But the governor’s long-planned intervention comes at a moment when capital punishment is already at a standstill across the nation for a very different reason: coronavirus. The growing global pandemic—reaching 163 countries and more than...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Law, Colorado, United States, Missouri, Arkansas, Ohio, San Antonio, Marshall Project, Ramirez, Tennessee Supreme Court, Tarrant County Texas, Corpus Christi Texas, Adams County, Jared Polis


Missouri S&T campus rallies to 3-D print protective masks

When representatives from Phelps Health, anticipating a shortage of protective masks due to the coronavirus outbreak, needed help, students, faculty and staff at Missouri S&T answered by harnessing the power of technology and ingenuity.
Tags: Health, Missouri, Phelps Health


Tornado risk to increase over storm-ravaged Tennessee Tuesday

Following storms capable of producing large, damaging hail over the southern Plains during Monday night, all forms of severe weather, including tornadoes, are possible over portions of the Tennessee and lower Mississippi valleys on Tuesday.As warm and more humid air begins to flow northward over portions of Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas after dark on Monday, big storms are likely to erupt. "With this particular severe weather threat, it looks as though the storms will be 'elevat...
Tags: Science, Mississippi, Kentucky, Virginia, Alabama, Atlantic, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kansas, Oklahoma, Donald Trump, Accuweather, Nashville Tennessee, Carolinas, southern Plains


TV Bits: ‘Queer Eye’, ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’, ‘Great British Bake Off’, ‘The Plot Against America’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Queer Eye renewed for season 6. Meet the new Baby-Sitters Club. Great British Bake Off adds Matt Lucas as co-host. Check out a featurette from The Plot Against America. Watch the trailer for Insecure season 4. Westworld creators want at least one more season. Ava DuVernay’s DMZ pilot has wrapped. You want more Queer Eye? You’ve got it. Netflix just gave the popular show a sixth season. Per Variety, the sixth season will take the fab five to “Austin, TX where th...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, Molly, New York City, America, Georgia, Netflix, Missouri, Manhattan, Philadelphia, The Great British Bake Off, Westworld, Nolan, Noel Fielding


Pair of storms to bring snow to the Midwest, Northeast into early week

After a chilly start to spring across the Great Lakes and Northeast this weekend, a pair of storm systems will usher in wintry weather and snow to the regions early this week. The snowy weather will first target portions of the Midwest during the day on Sunday as a storm system lifts northeastward out of the South Central states.An expansive area of high pressure in place across the Great Lakes and Northeast is expected to keep just enough cold air in place for precipitation to fall as a wet ...
Tags: New York, Science, Washington, Boston, Massachusetts, New York City, Indiana, Chicago, Atlantic, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Maine, Iowa, Michigan, Great Lakes, Illinois


Self-quarantine and sourdough

Self-quarantine and sourdough Submitted by Janet Yang on March 21, 2020 - 1:09pm. My daughter called to ask if I had active sourdough starter to share with another resident in my town. Evidently, many people are looking for new and interesting things to do at home, and she saw a request for sourdough starter on Facebook.I agreed to share mine, and mentioned that it was Oregon Trail Starter, which was brought west from Missouri in 1847. The next thing I knew, thirteen more locals ask...
Tags: Facebook, Missouri, Baking, Janet Yang, Oregon Trail Starter


Best NHL Player From Each U.S. State

The game of hockey still remains fourth among the major sports behind basketball, baseball and football in the United States, but the game has grown nationwide over the past few decades. George “Gerry Peirce Geran, a native of Holyoke, MA, was the first-ever American-born player to play in the NHL when he dressed for the Montreal Wanders during the league’s inaugural season of 1917-18. Since Geran’s debut, 1,274 players born in the United States have skated in at least one NHL game. Those pl...
Tags: Long Read, Auston Matthews, Chris Chelios, Patrick Kane, USA Hockey


Threat of widespread storms, rain to deter outdoor breaks amid social distancing

An active weather pattern looks to deliver wet weather, and even severe thunderstorms through parts of the country, all before the conclusion of the first week of spring.A storm that will spread a spring snowstorm from the Midwest into the Northeast through Tuesday, will also be responsible for starting off the train of wet weather in the mid-Atlantic."For those looking to take a break from being in their homes by taking a walk around the block or at a neighborhood park, unfortunately, Monday do...
Tags: Texas, Science, NYC, Washington, Boston, Atlantic, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, Accuweather, New England, Richmond, Midwest