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Judge releases Michael Avenatti from jail over virus threat

Judge releases Michael Avenatti from jail over virus threat

LOS ANGELES — A judge has allowed Michael Avenatti to be temporarily freed from a federal jail in New York City and to ride out the coronavirus scare at a friend's house in Los Angeles.
'Air of calmness' is promised for 'Killing Eve' new season

'Air of calmness' is promised for 'Killing Eve' new season

NEW YORK — When we last saw the TV character Eve Polastri, she was crumpled on the stony ground of some ancient Roman ruins. She had been shot.
More Disney workers reach deals on coronavirus furloughs

More Disney workers reach deals on coronavirus furloughs

ORLANDO, Fla. — Two more unions have reached agreements with Walt Disney World over furloughs caused by the theme park resort's closure during the new coronavirus outbreak.
'Air of calmness' is promised for 'Killing Eve' new season

'Air of calmness' is promised for 'Killing Eve' new season

NEW YORK — When we last saw the TV character Eve Polastri, she was crumpled on the stony ground of some ancient Roman ruins. She had been shot.
Doctor gambles on clot-busting drug to save virus patients

Doctor gambles on clot-busting drug to save virus patients

WASHINGTON — The woman was dying. New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital was about to call her husband and break the news that there was nothing left to try. Then Dr. Hooman Poor took a gamble.

Q and A: Experts discuss some key COVID-19 concerns

With COVID-19 now impacting the lives of Canadians on so many levels, people across the country are seeking answers to numerous important questions they have about the novel coronavirus.

Q and A: Experts discuss some key COVID-19 concerns

With COVID-19 now impacting the lives of Canadians on so many levels, people across the country are seeking answers to numerous important questions they have about the novel coronavirus.
Hopeful birdsong, foreboding sirens: A pandemic in sound

Hopeful birdsong, foreboding sirens: A pandemic in sound

NEW YORK — Hopeful birdsong and foreboding sirens. Chiming church bells and bleating ferry horns. The coronavirus crisis has drastically transformed the world in sound.
'The Last Dance' director talks project on Jordan's Bulls

'The Last Dance' director talks project on Jordan's Bulls

Jason Hehir was a kid in the stands in Boston Garden on April 20, 1986, the day that Michael Jordan scored a playoff-record 63 points.
1st results in on Gilead coronavirus drug; more study needed

1st results in on Gilead coronavirus drug; more study needed

More than half of a group of severely ill coronavirus patients improved after receiving an experimental antiviral drug, although there’s no way to know the odds of that happening without the drug because there was no comparison group, doctors reporte