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Recent articles by Marina:

Justice Department Says Coronavirus-Related Crimes Can Be Considered Terrorism

A memo suggested the virus could be considered a "biological agent" as the feds look to crack down on threats, attacks and scams related to the pandemic. → Read More

Warner Bros. Delays Releases Of 'Wonder Woman 1984,' 'In The Heights'

The postponements of two more Hollywood movies, which were slated to open in June, suggest COVID-19 could keep cultural institutions closed for months. → Read More

New York State Orders All Nonessential Workers To Stay Home

The mandate from Gov. Andrew Cuomo appears similar to the shelter-in-place and safe-at-home orders from officials in California. → Read More

Trump Declares Coronavirus National Emergency After Lackluster Federal Response

Many areas have reported an inability to test people suspected of developing COVID-19, and the White House has reportedly tried to restrict information. → Read More

Mike Pence Criticizes 'Irresponsible Rhetoric' On Coronavirus, While Making False Claims

The vice president sought to clear up confusion on the COVID-19 pandemic — by praising Trump's European travel ban, which itself caused confusion. → Read More

Here Are Some Of The Major Cultural Events Upended By The Coronavirus Outbreak

Austin's South by Southwest Festival and the premiere of the next James Bond film are among the postponed or canceled events. → Read More

University Of Washington First To Close Classrooms In Response To Coronavirus

A school employee "received a presumptive positive test" for COVID-19 on Friday. → Read More

University Of Washington First To Close Classrooms In Response To Coronavirus

A school employee "received a presumptive positive test" for COVID-19 on Friday. → Read More

Secret Service Charged More At Trump Properties Than Previously Known, Records Show

The president's frequent visits to Mar-a-Lago and other properties he owns are putting taxpayer money in his pocket. → Read More

Despite Me Too, Woody Allen's Memoir Is Coming In April

The director allegedly sexually abused his adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow when she was 7 years old. → Read More

Mick Mulvaney Claims The Media Is Covering Coronavirus Only To 'Bring Down' Trump

Major media have been covering the COVID-19 coronavirus since January, when a widespread outbreak began in Wuhan, China, before spreading globally. → Read More

Mick Mulvaney Claims The Media Is Covering Coronavirus Only To 'Bring Down' Trump

Major media have been covering the COVID-19 coronavirus since January, when a widespread outbreak began in Wuhan, China, before spreading globally. → Read More

Mike Bloomberg Says He'll Keep Running 'Right To The Bitter End'

The billionaire late entrant to the Democratic presidential race insisted he will "absolutely" keep up his campaign "as long as I have a chance." → Read More

Opera Star Plácido Domingo Unapologizes For Sexual Harassment

He said he "never behaved aggressively toward anyone," days after saying he was "truly sorry." → Read More

Federal Judge In Roger Stone Case Scathingly Responds To His Claims Of Bias

Lawyers for President Donald Trump’s friend and ally tried to get Judge Amy Berman Jackson removed from the case, alleging bias. → Read More

Ex-Goldman Sachs CEO: 'I Might Find It Harder To Vote For Bernie Than For Trump'

Lloyd Blankfein is among the billionaires who say they have concerns about the Democratic presidential hopeful. → Read More

Michael Bloomberg Said NDAs Are 'For Everybody's Interests.' He's Dead Wrong.

In a disastrous exchange during his Democratic debate debut, the former New York City mayor defended his use of nondisclosure agreements. → Read More

San Diego Aquarium Breeds Rare Sea Dragon

The Birch Aquarium announced the hatching of two weedy sea dragons, becoming one of the few in the world to successfully breed the unusual fish. → Read More

Trump Admits He Sent Rudy Giuliani To Ukraine After Denying It

The president's personal attorney pressured Ukrainian officials to dig up dirt on Joe Biden, a central part of Trump's impeachment. → Read More

New York Mayor Urges Support For Chinatowns Amid Racist Coronavirus Fears

Across the country, Chinese-owned businesses have reported precipitous declines in sales because of racist fear-mongering concerning coronavirus. → Read More