6 Creative Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day While Social Distancing

While many people will be at home under stay-at-home orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still plenty of unique ways to celebrate Mother’s Day while social distancing.
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Kentucky Governor Apologizes to Tupac Shakur After Denying Unemployment, Thinking It Was a Joke

Tupac Shakur has been struggling for the past month, after being denied unemployment in Kentucky because the local government thought it was a joke.
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‘Shark Tank’ Investor Kevin O’Leary Shares Keys to Small Business Survival During Coronavirus

The ‘Shark Tank’ investor stresses communication and a pivot to digital sales during the ‘unprecedented’ coronavirus pandemic. O’Leary shared his business survival tips with Joe Connolly on the WCBS Small Business Spotlight, sponsored by BNB Bank.
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American Airlines Pilots Want Law Forcing Passengers to Wear Masks

American Airlines pilots want passengers to wear masks. The airline seeks to make it mandatory. Meanwhile, Jet Blue has already made the masks required to wear for all passengers starting May 1.
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Oscars Will Consider Streamed Films That Haven’t Played in Theaters Due to Coronavirus

The Oscars are changing the rules in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Typically, a film needs to have a seven-day theatrical run in a commercial movie theater in Los Angeles for it to be eligible for Academy Awards consideration.
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Couple Married 73 Years Died From Coronavirus Within Hours of Each Other

A husband and wife, who started dating during World War II, passed away from coronavirus on the same day. Together in the same hospital room, staff moved their beds close together so the pair could hold hands.
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Can College Students Get a Stimulus Check?

While over 80 million Americans have received their stimulus checks via direct deposit already, many college students are wondering if they’ll be among those receiving money soon.
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What Should You Do If You Can't Pay Rent During the Pandemic?

With many laid off, furloughed, taking pay cuts, or unable to go to work, people are finding it difficult to wrap their heads around their first-of-the-month rent payments. So what should you do if you find yourself unable to pay up?
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Students Reluctant to Commit to College as Coronavirus Strains Finances; Fall Enrollment Drops

The coronavirus pandemic has upended college life. Some incoming college freshmen are opting to study closer to home in the fall. Others are putting off college altogether.
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Poll: Most Americans Won’t Attend Concerts Until There’s a Coronavirus Vaccine

A new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows that a majority of Americans prefer to stay home rather than attending concerts, movie theaters, sporting events, and amusement parks without a COVID-19 vaccine in place.
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