April 8, 2020
The deaths bring the county’s total to 198 as the number of people testing positive for the illness surpasses 7,500.
As shoppers rushed to grocery stores to stock up on food staples, they cleaned out egg aisles across the country. That has boosted egg prices.
Effective Friday, Los Angeles workers and residents must wear a mask, bandanna or other type of face covering while at essential businesses under an order from Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Data suggest the U.S. death toll from coronavirus may be around 60,000, which isn’t as high as previously projected. But the crisis is far from over.
With mechanical ventilators in short supply, doctors are scrambling to find alternatives for patients fighting the coronavirus. Here are some of their options.
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A federal judge has denied embattled R&B singer R. Kelly’s request to be released from jail. The singer’s lawyers had argued for release based on concern about contracting the coronavirus.
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Former Times staffer Robert Hilburn opines that John Prine, who recently passed away, was one of the greatest songwriters America has ever produced.
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Ross Thomas delivered 25 novels populated by colorful, chameleonic characters. Among them: “Briarpatch,” now a USA Network series.
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