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CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more..
●  'Tiger King:' Where are they now?
If you haven't watched "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness," don't look to us to try and recap it for you..
●  5 things we learned during Dwayne Johnson's highly entertaining Instagram live
We're all stuck inside, but we still deserve nice things -- like Dwayne Johnson eating french toast on Instagram live..
●  Zac Brown discusses his decision to cancel his tour
Just last week the Zac Brown Band canceled their 2020 tour and laid off 90% of their staff due to the coronavirus..
●  Larry David crashed Ezra Koenig's Apple Music show and was extra Larry David
Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig gladly welcomed a guest appearance from Larry David on his Apple Music show, "Time Crisis.".
●  Demi Lovato performs an emotional 'Skyscraper' for Living Room Concert
Demi Lovato sang "Skyscraper" for fans during iHeart's Living Room Concert for America on Sunday night..
●  'I Love Rock 'n' Roll' songwriter Alan Merrill dies after coronavirus diagnosis
Rocker Alan Merrill, who wrote and recorded the original version of the hit song "I Love Rock 'n' Roll," died on Sunday in New York after being diagnosed with coronavirus, his daughter told CNN..
●  John Krasinski and Steve Carell gave us a mini 'The Office' reunion
Bless you John Krasinski for bringing us "Some Good News.".
●  See what's streaming in April
We are all in this together..
●  Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood snag CBS special after their Facebook concert
Sometimes crashing Facebook can be a good thing..
●  'The Scheme' makes college basketball look bad, and the FBI look worse
If you're missing the NCAA tournament, HBO's "The Scheme" will make you less wistful -- or at least, provide a reminder of big-money college basketball's grimy underbelly, exploring a corruption scandal that makes the NCAA look bad, and actually makes the FBI look worse..
●  Backstreet Boys reunite for iHeartRadio's Living Room Concert for America
The world may be social distancing amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, but nothing was going to stop one of the most successful boy bands of all time coming together in a good cause..
●  Shaquille O'Neal explains his 'Tiger King' cameo
There are so many head-scratching moments in "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness," but one involves former NBA star and current sports analyst Shaquille O'Neal..
●  Country singers are mourning the death of Joe Diffie
Country singers all over the nation are leaving emotional tributes to Joe Diffie, who died from complications of coronavirus on Sunday..
●  Singer-songwriter John Prine critically ill with Covid-19
Musician John Prine is in a critical condition in hospital after a "sudden onset" of coronavirus symptoms, his family says..
●  Opera singer Plácido Domingo hospitalized in Mexico with coronavirus
Opera legend Placido Domingo has been hospitalized in Acapulco, Mexico, with complications related to coronavirus, according to the singer's spokesperson..
●  Ken Shimura, famed Japanese comedian, dead at 70 after contracting coronavirus
Famed Japanese comedian Ken Shimura has died after contracting novel coronavirus, according to his representatives..
●  Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are finally back in the United States
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have returned to the United States after going into self-quarantine in Australia..
●  Bad Bunny's new music video has a really important message about twerking
Bad Bunny got a jaw-dropping makeover for his new "Yo Perreo Sola" video to send a blunt message against harassment..
●  Screen romances for the social-distancing age
At some point, there will be movies about love in the age of coronavirus. For now, as people look for things to watch and entertaining distractions, we have to make do with what's available..
●  John Callahan of TV show 'All My Children' dead at 66
Actor John Callahan died at the age of 66, his ex-wife Eva LaRue announced on Instagram Saturday..
●  Dua Lipa releases new album 'Future Nostalgia'
Dua Lipa dropped a new album that might just blow your mind..
●  Larry David started a GoFundMe for golf caddies affected by coronavirus
Larry David launched a GoFundMe for golf caddies, and the response has been pretty, pretty, pretty good..
●  'Ozark' hits new heights with its best-yet third season
"Ozark" started out as a sort-of poor man's "Breaking Bad," but has found its own tense, twisty identity. Setting up a particularly juicy arc for its main characters played by Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, the third utterly binge-worthy season ranks as the Netflix drama's best yet..
●  'Grey's Anatomy' season ending early after coronavirus concerns suspended production
The doctors on "Grey's Anatomy" are scrubbing out early..
●  TV shows to watch if you're in the mood to lean into your worries
This weekend, I cleaned the floors of my home with a diluted bleach solution and developed a protocol for entering my home from the outside world that was inspired by decontamination chambers I've seen in TV shows..
●  'Mulan' feels like the movie we could have most used right now
"Mulan" is just one of several high-profile movies delayed by the threat of Covid-19. Yet on the weekend when the film was scheduled to open, the absence of this live-action Disney remake feels like a more pronounced shame -- the film among those postponed that we could use most right now..
●  TV shows to help you find your happy place right now
Having already admitted that I'm the type of person who prefers to feed my anxiety, I respect those who desire escapism from their television..
●  Shows kids can watch while they're out of school that you won't feel bad about
It's hard to limit screen time in the age of the coronavirus..
●  'Self Made' showcases Octavia Spencer as America's first female millionaire
"Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker" examines a fascinating historical figure, but in a soapy and slightly uneven way. Octavia Spencer plays the title character, whose creation of an African-American haircare company turned her into America's first female millionaire. But too much of this four-part miniseries focuses on what amounts to a cat fight with her chief rival..

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●  CNN.com - RSS Channel - App International Edition
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●  Twelve-year-old girl dies from coronavirus in Belgium.
●  Model cited by White House says 82,000 people could die from coronavirus by August
President Donald Trump's decision to extend social distancing guidelines until April 30 came after officials reviewed 12 different statistical models, said Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, during a Sunday press briefing. .
●  More than 3,000 people in the US have died from coronavirus.
●  Trump's self-congratulatory presence marks stark contrast with death toll
It is falling to President Donald Trump to lead America into its most tragic month in decades, as experts say the coronavirus pandemic could kill more citizens than the Vietnam and Korean wars combined..
●  Post-Soviet strongmen prescribe vodka, hockey and folk medicine
As countries close their borders and hospitals struggle with a surge in coronavirus cases, some of the most repressive societies in the former Soviet Union are carrying on with business as usual, while their leaders prescribe unusual remedies amid the global pandemic. .
●  WHO stands by recommendation to not wear masks if you are not sick
World Health Organization officials Monday said they still recommend people not wear face masks unless they are sick with Covid-19 or caring for someone who is sick..
●  Trump's metric of success reveals his leadership flaws.
●  Dr. Fauci: When Trump saw the data he 'got it right away'
President Donald Trump "got it right away" when presented with data about the rise in coronavirus cases, which influenced his decision to extend social distancing guidelines, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, said on CNN..
●  US stocks are poised for a strong day.
●  Prince Harry and Meghan officially start their non-royal life. Here's what that will look like
When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they would be giving up their senior royal roles to become "financially independent," it sent shock waves through the British establishment and became the topic of intense debate across the country and beyond..
●  The coronavirus pandemic could push 11 million people in Asia into poverty
The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic could drive an additional 11 million people into poverty in East Asia and the Pacific unless "urgent action" is taken, the World Bank warned in a report released Monday..
●  A woman got to say goodbye to her mother over FaceTime before she died
Michelle Bennett didn't think she'd be able to say goodbye to her mother before she died. .
●  Doctor turns his scuba equipment into a medical mask
With global shortages of protective equipment endangering lives every day, a Spanish doctor has found a novel solution..
●  The NBA could lose billions this season. Who will eat that loss?
Just as the NBA was approaching the critical stage of an exhilarating season this month, it abruptly suspended play when Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz tested positive for the coronavirus only minutes before a scheduled tipoff..
●  How to coronavirus-proof your home.
●  Oil crashes below $20 as demand destruction intensifies
The great oil crash of 2020 ain't over yet..
●  'Deeply embarrassed' Premier League star apologizes for ignoring UK lockdown advice
A leading English Premier League footballer says he is "deeply embarrassed" as he apologized for breaching UK government coronavirus lockdown guidance after telling fans to "stay home.".
●  A man allegedly teaching his dog to drive has been arrested
A man was arrested Sunday after leading troopers on a high-speed chase with his dog sitting in the driver's seat, a spokeswoman for the Washington State Patrol said..
●  World champion boxer suspended following domestic violence 'advice' video
British boxer Billy Joe Saunders has had his license suspended following a social media video in which he seemingly advocated domestic violence..
●  This sweet photo of health care workers flying to New York is what we need right now
As New York City struggles to keep up with the spread of coronavirus, dozens of health care workers from Atlanta boarded a plane to answer the call for help..
●  Temporary hospitals set up in Central Park and around NYC
Temporary hospitals are being set up in Central Park, a convention center, and on a ship as New York scrambles to increase the state's healthcare system capacity..
●  Fixing 2021 sporting calendar will be like a 'huge jigsaw puzzle'
"The Olympic Games is the most complicated sporting event in the world to organize," says Hayley Wickenheiser, a Canadian ice hockey great. .
●  Amazon fires warehouse worker who led Staten Island warehouse walkout
Amazon has terminated an employee based in the company's Staten Island, New York, warehouse after he participated in a worker walkout protesting the company's response to the novel coronavirus. .
●  Doctor: I want my kids to know this 'if they lose me' to coronavirus
Dr. Cornelia Griggs speaks with CNN's Don Lemon about what she's seeing every shift in her hospital, and what she wants her children to know in case they lose her to coronavirus..
●  Hungarian parliament votes to let Orban rule by decree in wake of pandemic
Hungary's parliament has voted to allow Prime Minister Viktor Orban to rule by decree in order to combat the coronavirus pandemic, giving the populist leader extra powers to unilaterally enact a series of sweeping measures. .
●  In India, social distancing is a privilege of the middle class.
●  Deepak Chopra's meditation stream crashes as people tune in to the wellness guru
During the coronavirus pandemic, many people are searching for some peace and relaxation any way they can get it -- but so many were searching for it on Sunday that their peace was cut short..
●  Zao Wou-Ki, the Chinese abstract painter who sells for millions
Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Vincent van Gogh -- in 2019, Zao Wou-Ki outsold them all. In fact, the $238 million generated by the late painter's art at auctions last year was surpassed only by sums achieved Picasso and Monet..
●  Pastor arrested for holding services despite stay-at-home order
A pastor of a Tampa church has been arrested for holding large services despite a "safer-at-home" order in Hillsborough county..

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