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Colombia prison riot kills at least 23 amid coronavirus fears, officials say


At least 23 people died in a prison riot Sunday in Bogotá, Colombia, after prisoners attempted to escape in light of rising tensions over the spread of the coronavirus, officials said.

Dr. Michael Baden: We don’t yet know the long term effects COVID-19 will have on survivors


Dr. Michael Baden, the renowned forensic pathologist and Fox News contributor, said Sunday it’s still too early to know whether survivors of the COVID-19 virus will suffer lasting lung damage — and called on the Trump administration to ramp up production of supplies that could reduce scar tissue.

Taliban, Afghan government held Skype call on prisoner releases, officials say


Amid a recent warming of relations, the Taliban and the Afghan government held a “virtual” meeting to discuss prisoner releases on Sunday, according to officials.

Cuomo calls for more NYC streets to be closed off to cars amid coronavirus


As an order requiring most New Yorkers to stay home from work and not gather in groups outside their families took effect Sunday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo called to ban more cars from New York City streets to slow the coronavirus pandemic.

Singapore, after working to keep coronavirus in check, to shut down borders Tuesday


Singapore is closing its borders starting Tuesday after recording its first two deaths because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Hannity to Biden: Stop fundraising off and politicizing the coronavirus


As the country comes together to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, Joe Biden seems to think that it was all President Trump’s fault.

Marriott to furlough tens of thousands of workers amid coronavirus fallout


The largest hotel company in the world, Marriott International Inc., announced Sunday it will furlough thousands of corporate employees across the globe as the company is forced to scale back due to the coronavirus pandemic.

José Díaz-Balart clarifies he doesn’t have coronavirus after Trump shoutout from White House


Noticias Telemundo anchor José Díaz-Balart offered some clarification on Sunday after President Trump accidentally referred to him instead of his brother, Rep. Mario Díaz-Balart of Florida, who tested positive for the coronavirus.

Mark Levin on House Dems’ coronavirus plan: ‘People are sick and dying and Pelosi is playing games’


“Life, Liberty & Levin” host Mark Levin accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., of “exploiting this crisis to advance her radical agenda,” after she announced Sunday that Democrats would be introducing their own stimulus bill to address the ongoing economic collapse amid the coronavirus — all while the Republican-controlled Senate considered its own legislation.

Trump, at White House briefing, outlines broad measures to combat coronavirus in hardest-hit states


President Trump outlined on Sunday broad measures the federal government is taking to help combat the coronavirus pandemic in three states hardest by the contagion.

It’s Hard for a Nonconformist to Watch This


RUSH: (accent) El presidente is going to declare a national emergency this afternoon after this program. El president is addressing the people of America at 3 p.m. Eastern Time. National emergency. I’ll tell you what that means as we get rolling here, folks. JOHNNY DONOVAN: And now, from sunny South Florida, it’s Open Line Friday!…

MIT Biologist Questions the Coronavirus Panic


RUSH: I want to tell you a little bit about Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai. He is a conservative. He is at MIT. He ran in Massachusetts for the Senate. He ran against Fauxcahontas. He ran against Elizabeth Warren. He said he was the only real Indian in the race, and he was. He’s a smart guy,…

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