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#1 BREAKING: Donald Trump says he took test for coronavirus

BREAKING: Donald Trump says he took test for coronavirus

Donald Trump has told a press conference he has taken a test for COVID-19 and is still awaiting the results. The US President was addressing reporters as he ...

Donald Trump has told a press conference he has taken a test for COVID-19 and is still awaiting the results. The US President was addressing reporters as he confirmed plans to extend the US travel ban on Europe to the UK and Ireland. 

#2 Coronavirus: Trump’s travel ban extends to the UK and Ireland as number of Covid-19 cases rise

Coronavirus: Trump's travel ban extends to the UK and Ireland as number of Covid-19 cases rise

Subscribe to the Evening Standard on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RQon_YwCnp_LbPtEwW65w?sub_confirmation=1 The US has banned all travel from t...

The US has banned all travel from the UK and Ireland in a bid to curb the coronavirus spread.The new restrictions are set to last for 30 days and will begin at midnight EST on Monday (4am UK time), Vice President Mike Pence confirmed today.The announcement was made just hours after a US shutdown on 26 European countries came into force.President Donald Trump hinted that the travel ban would be extended to Britain last night owing to the "precipitous" rise in the nation's number of cases.

#3 Top 50 Richest Towns In America Comparison

Top 50 Richest Towns In America Comparison

Richest Places Index using data from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey, evaluating inflation-adjusted household income data for all U.S. "pl...

Richest Places Index using data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, evaluating inflation-adjusted household income data for all U.S. “places,” defined by the Census Bureau as having a minimum of 2,000 households. Top 50 Richest Towns In America Comparison

#4 Secure cloud connectivity for the 2020 Decennial Census

Secure cloud connectivity for the 2020 Decennial Census

The 2020 Decennial Census is an important data-gathering mission. CenturyLink is proud to be a community partner with the U.S. Census Bureau, supporting the ...

The 2020 Decennial Census is an important data-gathering mission.  CenturyLink is proud to be a community partner with the U.S. Census Bureau, supporting the public internet response system with secure cloud connectivity that will enable more than 125 million households to complete their responses online in a secure, reliable and cost-effective way.

#5 Federal judge blocks Trump rule that could have cut food stamps for nearly 700,000 people amid coronavirus

CNN Digital Expansion 2018 Veronica Stracqualursitami luhby circle cut By Veronica Stracqualursi and Tami Luhby, CNN Updated 2:05 PM ET, Sat March 14, 2020 Nearly 700,000 Americans could lose food stamps under Trump rule Coronavirus testing Trump Jake Tapper lead vpx_00000000.jpg Jake Tapper: Trump continues to lie about testing WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 11: US President Donald Trump addresses the nation from the Oval Office about the widening Coronavirus crisis on March 11, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Trump said the US will suspend all travel from Europe - except the UK - for the next 30 days. Since December 2019, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has infected more than 109,000 people and killed more than 3,800 people in 105 countries. (Photo by Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images) Trump says coronavirus testing isn't a problem for US Avlon: We'll get through coronavirus if government tells truth De Blasio: I agree with Trump's travel restrictions andrew cuomo New York governor: US is way behind on testing WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 11: US President Donald Trump addresses the nation from the Oval Office about the widening Coronavirus crisis on March 11, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Trump said the US will suspend all travel from Europe - except the UK - for the next 30 days. Since December 2019, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has infected more than 109,000 people and killed more than 3,800 people in 105 countries. (Photo by Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images) Trump misrepresents details in coronavirus address Expert gives a stark warning about the virus' future asylum seekers tents Lawyer defending Trump policy makes stunning admission Nearly 700,000 Americans could lose food stamps under Trump rule Trump declares 'national emergency' weeks into coronavirus Pelosi says the House will pass coronavirus legislation debbie wasserman newsroom Rep. Schultz: Trump needs to declare national emergency Lawmaker gets CDC chief to promise free coronavirus tests Biden lambasts Trump over coronavirus response Coronavirus expert says US is 'failing' on testing Sanders calls for Trump to declare national emergency Coronavirus testing Trump Jake Tapper lead vpx_00000000.jpg Jake Tapper: Trump continues to lie about testing WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 11: US President Donald Trump addresses the nation from the Oval Office about the widening Coronavirus crisis on March 11, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Trump said the US will suspend all travel from Europe - except the UK - for the next 30 days. Since December 2019, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has infected more than 109,000 people and killed more than 3,800 people in 105 countries. (Photo by Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images) Trump says coronavirus testing isn't a problem for US Avlon: We'll get through coronavirus if government tells truth De Blasio: I agree with Trump's travel restrictions andrew cuomo New York governor: US is way behind on testing WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 11: US President Donald Trump addresses the nation from the Oval Office about the widening Coronavirus crisis on March 11, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Trump said the US will suspend all travel from Europe - except the UK - for the next 30 days. Since December 2019, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has infected more than 109,000 people and killed more than 3,800 people in 105 countries. (Photo by Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images) Trump misrepresents details in coronavirus address Expert gives a stark warning about the virus' future asylum seekers tents Lawyer defending Trump policy makes stunning admission Nearly 700,000 Americans could lose food stamps under Trump rule Trump declares 'national emergency' weeks into coronavirus Pelosi says the House will pass coronavirus legislation debbie wasserman newsroom Rep. Schultz: Trump needs to declare national emergency Lawmaker gets CDC chief to promise free coronavirus tests Biden lambasts Trump over coronavirus response Coronavirus expert says US is 'failing' on testing Sanders calls for Trump to declare national emergency (CNN)A federal judge has temporarily blocked a Trump administration federal rule from going into effect next month that could have seen nearly 700,000 people lose access to food stamps, noting in part a need for flexibility as state and federal officials work to address nutritional needs during the coronavirus pandemic. "Especially now, as a global pandemic poses widespread health risks, guaranteeing that government officials at both the federal and state levels have flexibility to address the nutritional needs of residents and ensure their well-being through programs like SNAP, is essential," Chief Judge Beryl Howell of the US District Court in Washington, DC, wrote as part of her opinion issued Friday. In an order handed down Friday, the Howell granted a preliminary injunction and a stay on portions of a federal rule from the US Department of Agriculture. The rule, announced in December, would require more food stamp recipients to work in order to receive benefits by limiting states' ability to waive existing work mandates. The final USDA rule was expected to take effect on April 1. The requirement could result in 688,000 non-disabled, working-age adults without dependents losing their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, according to the USDA's estimates. Howell called aspects of the USDA rule "likely unlawful because they are arbitrary and capricious." A USDA spokesperson said in a statement to CNN that the department "disagrees with the court's reasoning" and that the government "will appeal its decision." A coalition of 20 attorneys general, led by DC and the City of New York filed a lawsuit in January, challenging the USDA rule. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue had argued that the rule "lays the groundwork for the expectation that able-bodied Americans re-enter the workforce where there are currently more job openings than people to fill them." DC Attorney General Karl A. Racine on Friday called the court's injunction a "major victory" for America's "most vulnerable residents who rely on SNAP to eat." "The Trump administration's rule would have forced hundreds of thousands of people who could not find work, including 13,000 District residents, to go hungry. That could have been catastrophic in the midst of our current public health emergency," Racine said in a statement Friday. New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a separate statement that "at a time of national crisis, this decision is a win for common sense and basic human decency." "This rule is cruel to its core and runs counter to who we are and what we represent as a nation. We lend a helping hand to give those struggling to pull themselves out of poverty a shot at succeeding in that endeavor," she said. "This rule would accomplish just the opposite, making those who already worry about ending their days hungry even more vulnerable, and as we find ourselves in the midst of a pandemic, the effects of this rule would be more destructive than ever." The rule is one of three Trump administration efforts to overhaul SNAP and tighten the rules governing who qualifies for aid. More than 36 million Americans currently receive SNAP benefits. On Friday, the House passed a coronavirus relief bill, negotiated between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Trump administration, that includes over $1 billion to programs that provide food to low-income mothers, pregnant women, senior citizens, and local food banks.

#7 Chicago St. Patrick’s Day organizers, participants disappointed but understanding by cancellation

Chicago St. Patrick's Day organizers, participants disappointed but understanding by cancellation

Organizers and participants in this year's St. Patrick's Day festivities are disappointed that the parades have been canceled, but understand it's important ...

Organizers and participants in this year's St. Patrick's Day festivities are disappointed that the parades have been canceled, but understand it's important for public health.

#8 WESTWORLD Season 3 | Evan Rachel Wood & Aaron Paul – Who Said It Featurette (HBO)

WESTWORLD Season 3 | Evan Rachel Wood & Aaron Paul - Who Said It Featurette (HBO)

Westworld 3 "Evan Rachel Wood & Aaron Paul - Who Said It" Featurette - HBO Created by Lisa Joy, Jonathan Nolan and starring Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright,...

Westworld 3 "Evan Rachel Wood & Aaron Paul – Who Said It" Featurette - HBOCreated by Lisa Joy, Jonathan Nolan and starring Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Ed Harris, Tessa Thompson, Aaron Paul...Set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past, explore a world in which every human appetite can be indulged without consequence.

#9 R.I.P. Conor McGregor heartbroken after Mourn beloved Faimily Member Due to ‘Ca’rona..

R.I.P. Conor McGregor heartbroken after Mourn beloved Faimily Member Due to 'Ca'rona..

Conor Anthony McGregor is an Irish professional mixed martial artist and boxer. He is a former Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight and lightweight c...

Conor Anthony McGregor is an Irish professional mixed martial artist and boxer. He is a former Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight and lightweight champion. As of January 27, 2020, he is #9 in the UFC men's pound-for-pound rankings, #3 in the UFC lightweight rankings and #15 in the UFC welterweight rankings.

#10 Chinese Billionaire Jack Ma Donates Coronavirus Testing Kits and Masks to the US

Chinese Billionaire Jack Ma Donates Coronavirus Testing Kits and Masks to the US

Chinese Billionaire Jack Ma Donates Coronavirus Testing Kits and Masks to the U.S. In an announcement on Weibo, Ma, the co-founder of Alibaba, said half a mi...

Chinese Billionaire Jack MaDonates Coronavirus TestingKits and Masks to the U.S. In an announcement on Weibo, Ma,the co-founder of Alibaba, saidhalf a million kits are being sent to America. Ma will also send one million masks tocombat the global pandemic. Jack Ma, via statement Jack Ma, via statement Ma's donation is welcome as theU.S. has struggled to provide testingwhile the virus has spread. Medical masks are also onshort supply in the country.

#11 Pence Announces Thermo Fisher Was Approved By The FDA “In Record Time” To Start Coronavirus Testing

Pence Announces Thermo Fisher Was Approved By The FDA "In Record Time" To Start Coronavirus Testing

Vice President @Mike_Pence just announced that Thermo Fisher was approved last night by the FDA "in record time" to start testing for coronavirus. The Trump ...

Vice President @Mike_Pence just announced that Thermo Fisher was approved last night by the FDA "in record time" to start testing for coronavirus.The Trump administration is working around the clock with private sector partnerships to rapidly expand coronavirus testing!

#12 AVATAR 2 – Official Trailer | James Cameron | Avatar 2 | Official | Trailer

AVATAR 2 - Official Trailer | James Cameron | Avatar 2 | Official | Trailer

AVATAR 2 - Official Trailer | James Cameron | Avatar 2 | Official | Trailer Welcome to World Sky Studio the #1 destination for Fan-made Concept Trailers, Fil...

Avatar 2 star thinks new film will beat Avengers to become highest-grossing film ever

Long-awaited sequel has been in the works for 11 years

Avatar star Stephen Lang does not share James Cameron's concerns about the success of Avatar 2.

The actor, who will somehow return as the villainous Colonel Quaritch in the franchise's four sequels, was asked whether the new film could surpass the global box office record achieved by Avengers: Endgame in 2019. 

Lang, obviously recalling that Endgame had to surpass 2009 film Avatar to claim the victory, confidently told The National: "I expect so."

This is a bold prediction considering the film's director has even expressed his worry that the world is no longer interested in the universe of Pandora.

The director, who has been hard at work on the follow-up to his 2009 blockbuster for several years now, revealed he was relieved to see Avengers: Endgame make so much money as it’s “demonstrable proof that people will still go to movie theatres”.

Cameron previously revealed why it has taken him so long to begin shooting the sequels, blaming underwater motion-capture technology – something he claims has “never been done before”. 

Earlier this year, Avatar fans were treated to their first new look at the world of Pandora in just over 10 years.

The Avatar sequels wil reunite Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver, alongside new cast members Kate Winslet, Vin Diesel, Jermaine Clement, Michelle Yeoh and Edie Falco.

Avatar 2 is scheduled for release in cinemas on 17 December 2021.

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