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Workers in North Carolina Are Standing Up and Demanding Protections During the Crisis

“Frontline workers like us are getting hit the hardest right now,” said one McDonald’s cook in Raleigh. “McDonald’s is calling itself an ‘essential business’ but isn’t providing us with the essential protections we need to be safe at work.”

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The U.S. Now Has the Most Coronavirus Cases in the World

The U.S. now has more than 82,000 confirmed cases, surpassing China, where the virus first spread and 81,782 people have fallen sick as of Thursday evening.

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Find Out What You Can Expect to Get from the $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill

The bill includes a $1,200 check for most Americans, expanded unemployment benefits, plus substantial help for small businesses, hospitals, and corporations.

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We Debunk 11 Coronavirus Myths

Whether it’s from the president’s own mouth or a faceless user on Twitter, misinformation has abounded and poses substantial threats to public health.

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Did Britney Spears Just Call for a General Strike on Instagram?

Hinting further that she may hold radical politics, Spears signed off her caption with three rose emojis, the official symbol of the Democratic Socialists of America.

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No Theater, No Problem: 10 New Movies You Can Watch Right Now From Home

The vast majority of the nation’s movie theaters are now closed and multiple studios are now releasing their films digitally.

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Doctors Are Hoarding Drugs Lupus Patients Need Because They Might Treat Coronavirus

“This is a real issue and it is not some product of a few isolated bad apples,” said Jay Campbell, executive director of the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy.

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60% of North Carolinians Want Burr to Resign for Dumping Stocks

Just 22% of North Carolina voters approve of the job Republican Sen. Richard Burr is doing.