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  1. Bill Gates calls coronavirus pandemic a 'nightmare scenario,' but predicts lower death toll than Trump

  2. Coronavirus live updates: Italy's death toll rise is slowest in 2 weeks, Cuomo sees slight plateauing

  3. The jobs numbers have been so bad that even the good news is bad news

  4. Fed's Bullard says US economy not in 'free fall' despite 32% unemployment projection

  5. Carnival's struggle to survive the coronavirus as outbreak wipes out the cruise industry

  6. How NYC moved the country's largest school district online during the coronavirus pandemic

  7. Trump says 1,000 military personnel deploying to New York City, warns coming week toughest yet in coronavirus fight

  8. Oil set to 'crater' Monday as OPEC meeting delayed, tensions flare between Saudi Arabia and Russia

  9. The Streaming Wars may be put on hold during quarantines as free content takes over

  10. Firefighters say coronavirus will obstruct emergency service, evacuations as wildfire season closes in

  11. Rocket startup Astra trims staff to survive pandemic until next year

  12. These 'disease hunters' developed a novel technique for tracking pandemics after 9/11, but lost funding right before COVID-19

  13. From Animal Crossing to making sourdough: How we're spending our coronavirus quarantine time

  14. How to protect yourself from the coronavirus at the grocery store

  15. Trump says Navy captain letter asking for help on coronavirus-stricken ship 'was terrible'

  16. Coronavirus effect: Bankruptcies won't save retail this time

  17. 'There's a shortage of everything': Pharmacies in New York City struggle to keep key medications stocked amid coronavirus outbreak

  18. As coronavirus cases grow, some of the largest US employers including Walmart and Amazon turn to thermometers as detection tool

  19. Silicon Valley businesses who made their living from tech industry events are suddenly staring at blank calendars and layoffs

  20. Cuomo says New York could hit coronavirus peak in 7 days: 'We're not yet ready'