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"You can’t take that kind of risk with the leaders of the country," the White House coronavirus task force's response coordinator said.
The comedian acknowledged her thoughts about the coronavirus are a little out there.
The actor called the numbers for residents at a Round Rock, Texas, senior living community who are in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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On Thursday, the best-selling author pledged $500,000 to a new campaign: #SaveIndieBookstores.
William Lapschies, who turned 104 on Wednesday, may be the oldest person to recover from COVID-19.
Kane Tanaka, who was last year confirmed as the oldest living person, celebrated her birthday in southern Japan.
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"I wish I had a role model when I was younger. Maybe then I wouldn't have spent so much time feeling ashamed of my hearing loss."
I have not been in a committed relationship since my husband died nearly 21 years ago.
People's emails are being harvested and inundated by fearmongering grifters.
Organize for Justice has initiated a $500,000 digital campaign against Biden and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
“I’m not going to make judgments now,” the former Vice President told reporters. “I just think that it depends upon how we treat one another between now and the time we have a nominee.”
February 6 will Bob Vollmer's last day as a surveyor for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. He joined the agency in 1962.
Grandma Hattie, also known as "Tinder Granny," says the dating app is like shopping: “There’s a lot of things to buy here and I don’t even have to pay for them.”
With the number of American seniors expected to almost double by 2060, there is a growing need to find alternative pain management tools.
How 90-year-old Betty Dodson and her protege Carlin Ross are giving women orgasms all over the world.
"My wife and I will leave it to someone else to try and avoid disaster ... we’ve decided that as long as they can postpone the collapse until we’re dead, we’ll be OK."
Watanabe, of Niigata, Japan, was awarded the honor after the death of fellow Japanese citizen Masazo Nonaka, who was 112 years and 266 days old.
Jeffrey S. Churchwell told a Wisconsin sheriff's deputy that he let his "thrill-seeking, self-indulgent pride and ego both get the best of me."