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John Oliver`s deep dive into One America News Network is scary, scary stuff

If someone were to mention a right-wing, American news organisation that occasionally dabbles in coronavirus misinformation , your first thought might well be Fox News. But apparently, there`s one growing outlet that`s even more extreme. Introducing One America News Network (OAN), something described by John Oliver as both "an Anchorma n-esque parody of right-wing news" and "Fox News with even less shame, and even fewer scruples." For the latest Last Week Tonight episode, Oliver breaks down exactly why OAN is so dangerous — from the extreme views of its hosts to their growing popularity with the Trump administration. Read more... More about John Oliver , Last Week Tonight , Entertainment , Politics , and Talk Show

Acting Navy secretary `had no discussions` with White House prior to firing Crozier: report

Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said he “had no discussions with anyone at the White House prior to making the decision” to relieve Capt. Brett Crozier, according to a report on Sunday.

Galaxy S20 vs. S20 Ultra vs. S20 Plus: Which one to buy on sale when deals arrive - CNET

If prices fall, it might be a good time to buy a new top-of-the-line phone.

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC300 review: Same same, but better - Roadshow

Mercedes already had a solid performer on its hands but this mid cycle refresh breathes new life into its compact crossover.

Opening day for SBA loans brings big obstacles, calls for fixes

Industry groups say Congress will need to return to Washington to fix problems with the bumpy rollout and coverage gaps in the economic rescue package rushed out the door in the final week of March. Restaurateurs say the forgivable small business loan program isn’t enough to see them through the economic shutdown gripping the nation. Insurers […] The post Opening day for SBA loans brings big obstacles, calls for fixes appeared first on Roll Call .

South Africa’s TB, HIV history prepares it for virus testing

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South Africa, one of the world’s most unequal countries with a large population vulnerable to the new coronavirus, may have an advantage in the outbreak, honed during years battling HIV and tuberculosis: the know-how and infrastructure to conduct mass testing. Health experts stress that the best way to slow the spread of […]

Tekashi 6ix9ine Vows To Stop Trolling On Social Media On Probation

Tekashi 6ix9ine is vowing to be on his best social media behavior now that he`s outta prison ... his lawyers say the rapper won`t start beefs or troll other artists, because the feds are watching!!! Tekashi`s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, tells TMZ ...…

Elon Musk Shares a Video: Making Ventilators From Tesla Parts

Elon Musk shared a new video today from Tesla Engineering. "We`re trying to make some ventilators from some car parts, so we can help the medical industry without taking away from their supply," it begins. (All three people who appear in the video are wearing a face mask.) It ends with a demonstration of a prototype using a touchscreen display from the Model 3 infotainment system. "There`s still a lot of work to do," the video concludes, "but we`re giving it our best effort to make sure we can help some people out there." Yesterday ventilator manufacturer Medtronic also tweeted that Musk`s other company SpaceX "is now making a vital component for critical care ventilators," meaning more of the devices would arrive sooner for Covid-19 patients. Meanwhile, the New York Post writes: Musk promised last month to shift production to the sorely-needed medical devices, but evidently found that buying existing ventilators with his own largesse was more practical. He shelled out to send 1,000 of the life-saving machines to California, and also vowed to buy some for New York, earning the gratitude of Mayor Bill de Blasio. Musk made good, with the city`s public hospital system on Saturday tweeting their gratitude for ventilators Tesla donated, now in use at Lincoln Hospital in The Bronx. But, with the apex of the contagion possibly upon New York, Cuomo said Sunday that time had run out for Tesla to make new ventilators. "Their time-frame, frankly, doesn`t work for our immediate apex, because whether we`re talking two days or 10 days, you`re not going to make ventilators at that time," said Cuomo, noting that the hang-up is that some parts have to come from overseas. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

Long Island shooting suspect leads cops on wild, 45-mile car chase into Queens

A Long Island shooting suspect led police on a wild pursuit into Queens Sunday night, law enforcement sources said. The man opened fire on his ex-wife in Holtsville, in Suffolk County, at around 9:30 p.m. before leading police on a roughly 45-mile chase that ended on Cross Island Parkway near the Whitestone Expressway, the sources...

American Idol 5th Judge: Judges Cop Out on Deciding Top 20, Throw Final Choice to America

For the first time in show history, America will decide between the final two contestants to see which one makes the Top 20 and which falls just short.

Despite stay-at-home order, gatherings lead to complaints for law enforcement

As the weather warms up, more people are gathering outside, and not everyone is following the temporary law. The post Despite stay-at-home order, gatherings lead to complaints for law enforcement appeared first on Rocky Mountain News .

Tips for working from home when you share your space

Your partner is bellowing into their conference call as you try to get reports filed. Your roommate showed you six memes in the last hour. Meanwhile, your manager sent over three more requests for you to complete by end of day. The coronavirus crisis poses major challenges to the global workforce, even for those workers […]

Woodward lays off 150 contract workers

FORT COLLINS — Aerospace parts producer Woodward Inc. (Nasdaq: WWD) laid off approximately 150 contract employees in recent weeks as the novel coronavirus’ spread wreaks havoc on commercial airline orders. A Woodward spokeswoman confirmed the layoffs to BizWest, but declined to offer more specifics such as what positions they worked in or which facilities in Northern Colorado they worked at. Woodward is on track with its $6.3 billion merger of equals with Hexcel Corp. (NYSE: HXL), but a deep decline in demand for air travel due to worries over the spread of COVID-19 have put both airlines and their suppliers into turbulent airspace.

Lin-Manuel Miranda & Original Hamilton Cast Reunite on John Krasinski`s Show to Surprise Young Fan

rote . @Lin_Manuel We were supposed to see Hamilton in Jacksonville tonight—DD’s 9th bday present (seeing Hamilton has been her dream since she saw her 1st Broadway show last year), but we’re home watching Mary Poppins Returns instead. At least we’re safe & healthy. — MAB (@mabauman) March 21, 2020 The Quiet Place 2 director launched Some Good News on March 29 with his first episode featuring an Office reunion with his former costar Steve Carell. To celebrate their show’s 15th anniversary, the pair reminisced about their favorite memories. “It’s such a happy surprise that after all these years people are still tuning in and finding it today, it’s pretty cool,” Carell said. As information about the coronavirus pandemic rapidly changes, PEOPLE is committed to providing the most recent data in our coverage. Some of the information in this story may have changed after publication. For the latest on COVID-19, readers are encouraged to use online resources from CDC , WHO , and local public health departments . To help provide doctors and nurses on the front lines with life-saving medical resources, donate to Direct Relief here . ..

From the publisher: Want to support local journalism? Here’s how

An old boss of mine used to say, “We are a business with a purpose … but we need the business to support the purpose.” Our editor, Nate Peterson, also reminded me the other morning...

Trump tempers officials’ grave assessments with optimism

WASHINGTON  |  The U.S. surgeon general said Sunday that Americans should brace for levels of tragedy reminiscent of the Sept. 11 attacks and the bombing of Pearl Harbor, while the nation’s infectious disease chief warned that the new coronavirus may never be completely eradicated from the globe. Those were some of the most grim assessments […] The post Trump tempers officials’ grave assessments with optimism appeared first on Sentinel Colorado .

Keeler: If John Elway doesn’t draft Garett Bolles’ replacement, it’s a slap in the face of Broncos fans

John Elway needs to draft Garett Bolles` replacement at left tackle. If he doesn`t, it`s a slap in the face of Broncos fans.

Fort Morgan Weather: Clear skies to start week before snow and rain on Thursday

Fort Morgan will have a mostly clear and sunny start to the week before a chance of snow showers returns to the area early Thursday morning. According to the National Weather Service, it will be sunny and breezy at the beginning of the week in Fort Morgan. The forecast calls for daytime highs near 74 […]

From the Publisher: A new way to support the Summit Daily

To our Summit Daily readers: First, thank you. We appreciate you turning to us for your local news during this global pandemic and every day. The work we do is important, and we are grateful...

Boulder County announces fourth coronavirus fatality

Public Health officials announced Sunday that a fourth person in Boulder County has died due to complications from the coronavirus.

Coronavirus gave cannabis companies a big bump in sales and it wasn’t just for the wake-and-bake set

“We’re not going to ask grandma to roll a joint, so we focus on forms that are familiar and comfortable to people,” said the maker of Remedi cannabis capsules.

COVID-19 update for April 5

As of April 4, Colorado has seen 140 deaths from COVID-19 and has recorded 4,950 cases of the new coronavirus. Statewide, there have been 924 hospitalizations across 54 counties due to COVID-19.  A total of 25,773 people have been tested statewide for the virus. Updated figures were released 4 p.m. Sunday, April 5 and only […] The post COVID-19 update for April 5 appeared first on The Colorado Springs Business Journal .

Editorial snapshots from the nation’s press

America came face to face with the festering problem of digital inequality when most of the country responded to the coronavirus pandemic by shutting elementary and high schools that serve more than 50 million children.

Restful Sleep — Critical at a Time Like This

Dr. Katie Takacs, D. C., D.A.B.C.I Gateway Natural Medicine & Diagnostic Center Sleep is essential for mental wellbeing and for the rest and recovery of our physical body, always important, it is even more critical [...] This post Restful Sleep — Critical at a Time Like This previously appeared on North Forty News .

Colorado reports 140 total deaths as hospitalizations rise to 924

Officials believe the actual number of COVID-19 cases in the state are four to 10 times higher than the cases confirmed by testing.

Joe Exotic Thinks David Spade Should Play Him In New `Tiger King` Drama

Few shows have filled the need for an escape from the boredom of being quarantined during the coronavirus pandemic like Netflix`s Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness. The story of Oklahoma big cat breeder Joe Exotic and how he was convicted of plotting to murder Florida animal activist Carole ...

This week will be like a ‘Pearl Harbor’ and ‘9/11’ moment, surgeon general says

By David Matthews New York Daily News U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams warned Americans on Sunday to brace for a hard week of coronavirus deaths. “This is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment, our 9/11 moment, only it’s not going to be localized, it’s going to be happening all over the country and I […]

Topicals vs Pills vs Tincture vs Gummies: Which Products Test Most Consistent to Label Claims?

When shopping for hemp products, you obviously want to buy a product that actually has the CBD it is supposed to have inside of it. Many people like to buy CBD capsules, CBD tinctures and CBD gummies. While there are variations between different brands, the product’s form can also impact how much CBD it actually […] The post Topicals vs Pills vs Tincture vs Gummies: Which Products Test Most Consistent to Label Claims? appeared first on LA Weekly .

Eugenicist Bill Gates demands “digital certificates” to prove coronavirus vaccination status

Natural News | Gates openly admitted to the world that the agenda moving forward is to vaccinate every person on the planet with coronavirus vaccines as well as track them with Mark of the Beast-type “digital certificates.” The post Eugenicist Bill Gates demands “digital certificates” to prove coronavirus vaccination status appeared first on Intellihub .

Using sponges to wipe out cancer

Manzamine A, a natural product derived from certain groups of sponges, can block the growth of cervical cancer cells, report researchers. Manzamine A targets a protein that is highly expressed in many cancers, including cervical cancer, and is the first reported inhibitor of this protein.

Here’s What Guys Are Pinning on Pinterest (30 Photos)

It’s probably not a revelation to tell you that Pinterest skews heavily female. 70% in fact, according to a recent study. But what’s more interesting is that men and women use Pinterest for vastly different reasons and in starkly divergent ways. Women are using Pinterest in a far more inspirational and motivational way than are … The post Here’s What Guys Are Pinning on Pinterest (30 Photos) appeared first on Suburban Men .

Estes Park School Board holds special meeting to address coronavirus issues

The Estes Park School District R-3 Board of Education met on Friday, April 3, for a Special Meeting regarding issues that have come up surrounding the spread of the coronavirus. All members of the Board were in attendance including Board Secretary, Heather Gooch, and Superintendant Sheldon Rosenkrance. The meeting was called to order and after […]

Fire inspectors not billing for permits, yet, amid COVID-19 pandemic

Colorado Springs Fire Department inspectors remain on the job, but they`re not lowering the boom on some businesses like they normally would and it`s unclear if all the permit fees they impose will be waived or merely postponed. Reached by phone, Fire Marshall Brett Lacey tells the Indy his inspectors understand the trauma local businesses, many of which have shut down amid the COVID-19 pandemic, are experiencing, but the public`s welfare is of primary concern. "The fire and life safety of buildings, businesses and service providers in this community is more important now than maybe ever before," he says, "because we`re in a worldwide crisis where people have had to shut things down rapidly and do things in a totally different way. "What we don`t want to see is, people making decisions that may [negatively] impact fire and life safety. We want businesses to remain open.…

Advocates call for mass release at the Aurora detention facility due to reports of COVID-19

When Hilda talked to her husband, Ivan, on Tuesday, March 31, he had been in a quarantine pod for about a week inside the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) contract detention facility in Aurora. Hilda says Ivan and others are held in their cells for 23 hours a day, let out in shifts of small […] The post Advocates call for mass release at the Aurora detention facility due to reports of COVID-19 appeared first on Boulder Weekly .