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Health care workers show faces bruised by protective gear"I feel broken — and we are only at the start," one doctor wrote.
Faults in FBI surveillance applications went beyond Page, watchdog findsJustice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz reviewed 29 surveillance applications submitted to FISA and found issues with the underlying documentation in all 29.
Coronavirus updates: White House predicts at least 100,000 deaths in U.S.The White House projects 100,000 to 240,000 people could die in the U.S., even with social distancing measures.
NASA offers activities on its website for kids and adultsNASA is offering some help to families who are quarantined during the coronavirus. The space agency's website has dozens of tutorials to fascinate any math, science and space lovers.
Air BNB Is Pledging $250 Million To Travel HostsAir BNB is pledging $250 million to travel hosts impacted by coronavirus refund policy.
Ikea parking lot in London becomes coronavirus testing area for health care workersSeveral structures make up a drive-through facility in Wembley to help health care workers get tested for coronavirus.
Federal prisons will confine inmates to cells for 14 daysThe bureau holds 146,000 inmates across 122 facilities nationwide.
Empire State Building lights up to honor coronavirus fightersNew York's iconic Empire State Building is lighting up at night to resemble a siren to honor the city's first responders and health care workers battling the coronavirus.
3/31: CBS Evening NewsU.S. health care workers demand resources as coronavirus worsens; U.S. Army Field Band still plays during pandemic
Restaurants and bars lost a total of $25 billion so far due to coronavirusWith restaurants and bars across the country closed or limited to takeout service, the industry has lost an estimated $25 billion in sales in the first three weeks of March. Adriana Diaz reports.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper on coronavirus' impact on U.S. militaryNearly 700 active duty military members have tested positive for coronavirus and the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt is experiencing an outbreak. Defense Secretary Mark Esper joins "CBS Evening News" with his assessment.
U.S. Army Field Band still plays during pandemicConcert halls have gone dark all over the world, but the coronavirus could not silence the U.S. Army Field Band. David Martin reports.

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Nurses prepping to come out of retirement to aid hospitals as COVID-19 cases surge( - As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to surge in the St. Louis region, there is mounting concern that hospitals could be stretched to the limit with equipment and staff.
Local doctor buys camper to live in to protect her family from COVID-19Dr. Tiffany Osborn says she’s taking an extreme precaution in order to keep her family protected from COVID-19.
How you can donate personal protective equipment (PPE)( - If you are a business or a member of the public looking to donate supplies, here is all the information you need to know in the partnership between BJC HealthCare and SSM Health:
10 more COVID-19 cases confirmed at nursing home in St. CharlesNine additional residents and one more staff member have tested positive for COVID-19 at Frontier Health and Rehabilitation.
Krewson: City to release COVID data by zip code; stay-at-home order likely to be extendedIn a wide-ranging interview Tuesday on News 4, St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson said the city and county are likely to extend their stay-at-home orders through the previous expiration date of April 22, but said that determination has not yet…
White House projects 100K to 240K US deaths from virusWASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned Americans to brace for a “hell of a bad two weeks” ahead as the White House projected there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic…
Messages of hope amid COVID-19 despairPeople are using social media, sidewalks and even windows to spread messages of hope amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Cards Capsules, Vol. 10: Chris Carpenter stifles the Brewers with a one-hit shutout, 2009I hope you're in the mood for some vintage Carp, because today's Cards Capsules covers precisely that.
Coronavirus Latest: 10 more cases of COVID-19 reported at St. Charles nursing facilityHere is the latest on the impact of the coronavirus in Missouri and the Metro East.
Volunteers on horseback deliver groceries to elderly at senior living centerSPENCER, Okla. (KOCO/Meredith) -- Lisa Mahmoodjanloo and dozens of other volunteers are motivated by smiles to lend a helping hand to the elderly who can't leave their homes in Spencer, Oklahoma because of the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis.
BJC urges residents to follow stay-at-home orders to preserve beds in hospital systemST. LOUIS ( -- The BJC Healthcare system says following the stay-at-home order in the St. Louis area is needed now more than ever as it will help ensure there are enough beds for those who are sick.
Uber offering free rides to healthcare workers, seniors, people in need amid COVID-19 outbreakUber is offering 10 million free rides to health care workers, seniors and people in need.