Notre Dame Plans To Bring Students Back To Campus 2 Weeks Early And Will Skip Fall BreakSeveral other universities also plan to scrap fall break and end the semester early, citing the increased risk of sending thousands of students back home and then back to campus.
Game-Worn Michael Jordan Sneakers Sell For Record $560,000 At Sotheby's Auction"Following a bidding war which drove the value up by US $300,000 within the final twenty minutes of the sale, the pair achieved more than 3.5x their $150,000 high estimate," Sotheby's said.
Abbott's Fast COVID-19 Test Might Miss Too Many Cases, NYU Study FindsThe Food and Drug Administration, which permitted the Abbott test under emergency use authorization in March, is also investigating.
Obama Says White House Response To Coronavirus Has Been 'Absolute Chaotic Disaster'"That's why, I, by the way, am going to be spending as much time as necessary and campaigning as hard as I can for Joe Biden," Obama said.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth Pushes Fix For Parents Of Babies Born This Year To Get Stimulus Funds Quicker"This is something that they are entitled to anyway, just don't make them wait 18 months for it," Duckworth told CNN in an interview Friday.
Michael Jordan's Signature Air Jordan Shoes From 1985 Are Going Up For AuctionThe mid-top sneakers were made exclusively for Jordan, so this pair varies slightly from the version available to the public.
Indianapolis Police Officer Shoots And Kills Driver After ChasePolice have been made aware of a video that is also circulating on social media and are investigating.
Nike Will Donate 30,000 Shoes To Frontline Workers Fighting Covid-19Nike partnered with non-profit Good360 to help deliver the shoes to workers in Chicago, Los Angeles, Memphis, and New York City, and within the Veterans Health Administration, according to Nike.
Coronavirus Model Projects 134,000 Deaths In US, Nearly Double Its Last EstimateRelatedly, a Trump administration model projects a rise in coronavirus cases and deaths in the weeks ahead, up to about 3,000 daily deaths in the US by June 1.
Don't Expect To See Disinfectant Wipes Or Sprays In Stores Anytime Soon, Experts SayIt could be several more months until high demand items like sanitizer wipes and sprays are easily available in stores again.
Boeing To Cut 16,000 Jobs After Posting $1.7 Billion Loss In First Quarter"The demand for commercial airline travel has fallen off a cliff," said Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun. "The pandemic is also delivering a body blow to our business."
Lysol Maker Urges People Not To Drink Its Products After President Trump Suggests Disinfectant 'Injection' To Fight COVID-19"I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in one minute. Is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside or almost a cleaning ... it would be interesting to check that," Trump said.
August May Bring More US Coronavirus Deaths Than Expected, But Next Wave In Winter Could Be WorseA leading US model has upped its projected coronavirus death toll by August to 66,000, a 10% increase from its previous prediction.
Boeing Plans To Restart Its Washington State Factories Next WeekThe company said 27,000 workers are due to return in a phased-in process, with some starting as early as Monday. Most should be back at work by Friday, April 24. Boeing said it will take steps needed to protect their safety.
Protective Equipment Costs Increase Over 1,000% Amid Competition And Surge In DemandThe federal government's Strategic National Stockpile has nearly emptied and states have been left to find PPE supplies on their own.