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The billion dollar question: Is the financial fallout from coronavirus a short-term problem or a longer-term trend?
A cat is well on his way to recovery after veterinarians removed an arrow from his head over the weekend. His rescuers named him Cupid.
After 10 long weeks, the Champions League finally returns to our screens -- and there are a couple of cracking fixtures to kick off the round of 16. Here's the latest: https://t.co/rzbxxUaHtK
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's criminal trial is set to begin March 17, just two weeks after Israel's elections, the Justice Ministry announced. https://t.co/Slx18b9WQz
A study of nearly 500 women found that the poorer their quality of sleep, and the less they slept, the more the women consumed added sugars, saturated fats and caffeine. https://t.co/frEGYoVTOE
The #ChampionsLeague is back.
Borussia Dortmund vs. PSG and Atletico Madrid vs. Liverpool
Follow all the action here:
Human coronaviruses, such as SARS and MERS, have been found to persist on inanimate surfaces -- including metal, glass or plastic surfaces -- for as long as nine days if that surface had not been disinfected. https://t.co/TwSKrgVyiU
A new study found that eating the Mediterranean diet for just one year altered the microbiome of elderly people in ways that improved brain function and would aid in longevity https://t.co/VncxeLqLTG
Amsterdam is trying to address overtourism -- and in a survey, 57% of young tourists said cannabis coffee shops were an important reason for why they came to Amsterdam. https://t.co/aXFjypoGfK
NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin and his team's owner have apologized for celebrating their Daytona 500 win in the wake of Ryan Newman's fiery crash in the race's final lap. https://t.co/3nILPbOvEB
Officials in Lakeland, Florida, had to close part of a public park due to a massive amount of snakes mating in the area. https://t.co/G44qi67vsh https://t.co/r9yOQH9p3R
In less than two years, the Black Death claimed nearly half the lives of people in England. Mass graves in England's large Medieval cities have shown how overwhelmed they were, but small rural communities weren't known to have these mass graves until now. https://t.co/TJwLuCjKAb
According to research, human coronaviruses "can be efficiently inactivated by surface disinfection procedures with 62-71% ethanol, 0.5% hydrogen peroxide or 0.1% sodium hypochlorite" or bleach, within one minute. https://t.co/zQfkEThZgj
The new Samsung Galaxy S20 has a souped-up camera and 5G capabilities. See all three sizes and the phones' newest features. https://t.co/hSOCXhG24C https://t.co/ksW71k2GSx
Nearly 50 years ago, she lost her boyfriend's class ring in a Maine department store. (He married her anyway.)
Now she's getting it back -- after it turned up in a forest in Finland. https://t.co/ufx7d82izc
Authorities have been unable to explain the origin of an apparent gas leak that has killed 14 people and left hundreds more sick in southern Pakistan since Sunday. https://t.co/8vSOh14gzZ
It's the first discovery of its kind in 20 years, according to a new study published Tuesday. And the cave where the Neanderthal skeleton was found has its own intriguing story to tell. https://t.co/aSmJ3aBlCw
A couple from Japan tested positive for novel coronavirus shortly after visiting Hawaii this month, and Delta Airlines says it is notifying passengers who were on their flight home about the couple's diagnosis. https://t.co/IVmsMDysRm
The Trump administration on Tuesday announced sanctions against a Russian oil firm accused of supporting the Maduro regime -- the latest in a string of actions aimed at forcing the embattled Venezuelan leader from power. https://t.co/lFdEAJwkey
Many US coronavirus patients are being sent to a special state-of-the-art facility in Nebraska. It has its own ventilation system and staff with specialized training. It once even successfully treated Ebola. https://t.co/JbUAAkpp2Q
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