coronavirus

Tech N9ne the Latest to Face Backlash for Packed Concert in the Ozarks

Rapper Tech N9ne performed a concert at Lake of the Ozarks where TMZ reports over 1,000 people were in attendance. It was a homecoming show for Tech N9ne as Lake of the Ozarks is roughly 150 miles from his hometown of Kansas City.
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Walmart Planning Pop Up Drive-In Theaters In 160 Store Parking Lots

Walmart will be rolling out the red carpet experience for a combined 320 family-friendly showings through October, featuring hit movies, special appearances from filmmakers and celebs, and concessions being delivered right to customer’s cars.
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Dunkin' Will Require Customers to Wear Face Masks Starting August 5

Dunkin’ will require customers to wear face coverings inside its outlets beginning August 5, the donut chain announced in a new public statement.
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Woman Who Destroyed Target Face Mask Display Says Husband Filed for Divorce

A woman who posted a video of herself destroying a mask display at a Target in Arizona is opening up about her regrets. She says the outburst was followed by a stay at a mental health facility. Read more now.
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$600-a-Week Unemployment Benefits Expire With No New Stimulus Deal

Coronavirus relief for jobless workers officially expires today — but a new stimulus package is still a ways off. The weekly $600 unemployment benefits passed in March’s CARES Act officially end on Friday.
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Brad Pitt's Emmy Nomination for 'SNL' Impersonation Is 'Surrealistic,' Fauci Says

Dr. Anthony Fauci congratulated Brad Pitt for his impersonation during a cold read on ‘SNL’ that scored him an Emmy nod, but he isn’t letting it derail him from the task at hand: the coronavirus pandemic. Read more now.
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'Breaking Bad' Star Bryan Cranston Shares COVID-19 Recovery: 'I Was One of the Lucky Ones'

Actor Bryan Cranston shared that he has recovered from a mild case of coronavirus. The “Breaking Bad” star took to Instagram to share the process for plasma donation, and urged his followers to adhere to social distancing measures. Watch the video!
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Learning Hubs Seek to Stop Low-Income Kids From Falling Behind

With school starting for some public school districts in less than two weeks, nonprofit groups are forming learning ‘hubs’ to keep the achievement gap from growing even wider.
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IRS Urged to Expedite Delivery of Stimulus Checks As Millions Still Haven’t Received Payments

While lawmakers are currently negotiating a second round of stimulus checks, many Americans have yet to still receive their first payment. The IRS is now being urged to expedite the delivery of the checks to Americans in need.
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Could a Second Stimulus Check ‘Go Higher’ Than $1,200?

While a second stimulus check seems all but certain, the timeline and amount of another round of relief is up in the air. According to the president, Americans may end up receiving a greater direct cash payment than previously assumed.
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