Covid-19 Is Pushing ‘Essential Workers’ To Fight Back

From Bloomberg. As the new coronavirus places so-called essential workers increasingly at risk, protests and strikes are becoming more common across America. Bloomberg reporters Josh Eidelson and Matt Day have been investigating what’s behind this wave of worker actions, and what it could mean for labor rights in America after the pandemic recedes. #EssentialWorkers #Coronavirus…

Some News Reporters Begin Wearing Masks on Air

From Inside Edition. A second CNN anchor has tested positive for the coronavirus. Following Chris Cuomo’s diagnosis earlier this week, Brooke Baldwin tweeted that she has been lucky to only be experiencing mild symptoms like chills and aches, but does in fact have COVID-19. There has been a change in attitudes about wearing masks. After…

Trump Makes the Coronavirus Crisis All About Himself

From VICE News. President Trump has been making the coronavirus response all about himself for quite some time now. Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo #VICENews #News

Who Won the Battle Between Johnta Austin and Ne-Yo?

From Inside Edition. Spawned from the battle between legendary producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland came the songwriter’s face off between Ne-Yo and Johnta Austin. Austin got his start in the music industry as a kid and is responsible for several hits by artists including Mariah Carey, Aaliyah and Trey Songz. But a coronavirus quarantine Instagram…

The Surreal Field Hospital in Central Park

From The Atlantic. When news spread that a field hospital was opening in Central Park, New Yorkers breathed a collective sigh of relief. The 68-bed respiratory-care unit would accept overflow patients from Mount Sinai, which was running out of hospital beds. It was a necessary contribution to a public-health crisis. But the next wave of…

Why Everyone’s So Obsessed With ‘Tiger King’

From Inside Edition. Everyone is talking about “Tiger King,” the true-crime docuseries that popped up on Netflix on March 20 and has since been binge-watched by people around the world, many of whom are staying home because of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s been the top-watched show on Netflix and the most watched TV show overall,…

What Dating During the Coronavirus Pandemic Looks Like

From VICE News. Around the country, people are going on dates — virus be damned. Last Sunday, March 29, there were more swipes on Tinder than any day in the app’s history: 3 billion worldwide. Since mid-March, messages on Tinder and Bumble are also up. Conversations, meanwhile, are lasting longer, perhaps because swipers have basically…

Woman Regrets Having 90th Birthday Party for Mom

From Inside Edition. A joyous moment is being reflected on somberly as a birthday party organized for an elderly woman has since proven to be deadly. Alice Stockton Rossini, a New York radio reporter, had organized the celebration for the 90th birthday of her mother, Jackie Stockton. But Rossini is thought to have infected several…

How to Tell If It’s Coronavirus or Allergies

From Inside Edition. Even though many are stuck inside, spring is in bloom outdoors, which means it’s the time of year that many people’s allergies start acting up. Doctors’ phones have been ringing off the hook with patients afraid they might be coming down with the coronavirus. So how can you tell the difference between…

Dr. Fauci Is Now Being Guarded By U.S. Marshals

From Inside Edition. America’s key pandemic expert and leader Dr. Anthony Fauci is being given a security detail after he received death threats. The Washington Post reports that he has become a public target for right-wing commentators and bloggers. The 79-year old doctor will now be guarded by U.S. Marshals. He spoke to Gayle King…

What It’s Like To Be An American Stuck Abroad During COVID-19

From Insider. Fifty thousand Americans are stranded abroad because of border closures and canceled flights related to COVID-19. We spoke with four Americans stuck in Peru, India, and Europe about overseas quarantine, the US government’s response, and trying to get home. MORE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE: 3 Coronavirus Patients Share Stories From Testing And Quarantine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uInE0P4Io0 15…

Is a Home Haircut a Good Idea?

From Inside Edition. The average person might not want to show off their horrendous at-home haircut, but Pink was brave enough to document hers for the record. “I think I am looking pretty good,” she said on Instagram. With hair salons and barber shops shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people are on…

Could Jet Biofuel Save Air Travel?

From Bloomberg. In the past, the use of biofuels was usually driven by a lack of petrochemicals. But now that environmental impact is a top issue for airlines and regulators, more wide-spread use is likely to take place in the coming years. QuickTake by Bloomberg takes a look at the benefits and hurdles of airlines…

April 1, 2020 | VICE News Tonight Remote Full Episode

From VICE News. VICE News Tonight is, like many of you, working remotely! Check out our latest episode of VICE News Tonight, where we interview a doctor who believes he was fired for raising concerns about protecting healthcare workers during the Covid-19 crisis. VICE NEWS TONIGHT REMOTE will air at 11PM ET/PT Monday through Thursday…

Why Grief Will Help Us Survive Coronavirus

From VICE News. The world is now trying to make sense of a tragedy that makes no sense. A genome enveloped in protein has traveled across borders and oceans to tank economies, push millions out of work and school, and kill tens of thousands. When a loved one dies, we know to grieve. But it’s…

17-Year-Old Has Her Prom on TikTok

From Inside Edition. A student in Danville, California turned her tears into cheers after her high school prom was canceled because of the pandemic. But Natalie Reese decided she’d make her dream a reality and go to prom anyway, even if she had to do it in her own home. She invited her parents and…

Why coronavirus scammers can send fake emails from the WHO

From Vox. Organizations could prevent domain spoofing, but many don’t. Read more here: https://www.vox.com/recode/2020/4/2/21202852/coronavirus-scam-email-who-spoofing-domain-dmarc During the coronavirus pandemic, scammers have sent several emails using the domain of the World Health Organization. Some are addressed from Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director-general of the WHO, and carry attachments that can install malware on the victim’s device. Others…