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Watch: 'Pillow Man' Mike Lindell's Bizarre White House Appearance May Hint at Political Plans

Watch: 'Pillow Man' Mike Lindell's Bizarre White House Appearance May Hint at Political Plans

By Robert Nesti | Apr 1
Mike Lindell, the millionaire entrepreneur known for his television commercials promoting his pillows and bedding products, made an unexpected appearance at the White House yesterday but there may be a political reason behind it.

Gym Blues: Boston Sports Club Continues to Charge Members Despite Closure

Gym Blues: Boston Sports Club Continues to Charge Members Despite Closure

Apr 1
Not only can't members of Boston Sports Club work out, but they will continue to pay for the privilege of not doing so.

Amazon Fires Warehouse Worker Who Staged Walkout

Amazon Fires Warehouse Worker Who Staged Walkout

By Alexandra Olson | Apr 1
Amazon fired a worker who organized a walkout at a New York warehouse to demand greater protection against the new coronavirus, saying the employee himself flouted distancing rules and put others at risk.

Europe's Hospitals Among the Best but Can't Handle Pandemic

Europe's Hospitals Among the Best but Can't Handle Pandemic

By Maria Cheng | Mar 31
The coronavirus crisis has exposed a surprising paradox: Some of the world's best health systems are remarkably ill-equipped to handle a pandemic.

Job Cuts Pile Up, Ford to Make Ventilators At Parts Plant

Job Cuts Pile Up, Ford to Make Ventilators At Parts Plant

Mar 31
Following are developments on Monday related to the global economy, the work place and the spread of the virus.

Brazilian Pews Become Trenches in Fight Against Quarantine

Brazilian Pews Become Trenches in Fight Against Quarantine

By Diane Jeantet | Mar 31
Brazil's churches have landed on the front lines of a battle between state governors, who have introduced quarantine measures, and President Jair Bolsonaro, who is actively undermining them.

How Would Overwhelmed Hospitals Decide Who to Treat First?

How Would Overwhelmed Hospitals Decide Who to Treat First?

By Candice Choi, Lori Hinnant, and Nicole Winfield | Mar 31
A nurse with asthma, a grandfather with cancer and a homeless man with no known family are wracked with coronavirus-induced fevers. Which one benefits from the hospital's limited resources?

Some Instacart, Amazon Workers Strike as Jobs Get Riskier

Some Instacart, Amazon Workers Strike as Jobs Get Riskier

By Alexandra Olson, Mae Anderson | Mar 30
Some Instacart and Amazon warehouse workers walked off the job Monday demanding greater safeguards against the coronavirus.

Lack of Social Distancing Leads to Closure of Parks, Trails

Lack of Social Distancing Leads to Closure of Parks, Trails

By Don Babwin | Mar 30
All over the United States, mayors and other officials fed up with residents who ignore social distancing guidelines have been shutting down parks, beaches, marinas and other public areas.

Trump Uses Wartime Act but GM Says it's Already Moving Fast

Trump Uses Wartime Act but GM Says it's Already Moving Fast

By Tom Krisher | Mar 30
Twelve days ago, General Motors put hundreds of workers on an urgent project to build breathing machines as hospitals and governors pleaded for more in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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