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US President Donald Trump lashed at out critics on Tuesday for his comments comparing the coronavirus to the flu. Speaking at the White House daily briefing, the President said the US had taken the lead in practising social distancing which was having a positive impact in the fight against t…

President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned he would “put a hold” on U.S. funding for the World Health Organization, before backtracking and claiming, “I’m not saying I’m going to do it.” (April 7)

President Donald Trump called Tuesday's resignation of Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly, who stepped down after upbraiding of the captain of the coronavirus-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt, an “unselfish thing to do." (April 7)

The AP follows several New Yorkers on the front lines of fighting the virus in “24 Hours: The Fight for New York.” Coming this Thursday April 9.

The Grand Princess cruise ship, once carrying some 3,000 passengers some stricken with coronavirus, returned to port in the San Francisco Bay Area Tuesday with nearly 650 crew members aboard after they had completed their 14-day quarantine. (April 7)

A Milwaukee election official says many voters said they did not receive their requested absentee ballots and because they're unwilling to violate a stay-at-home order to vote in person, have accepted their primary votes would not be counted (April 7)

Here's the latest for Tuesday April 7th: New York posts worst one day death toll; Canada will produce 30,000 ventilators for country; Wisconsin voters practice social distancing during primary; A SpaceX resupply ship leaves international space station.

Georgia Aquarium had unexpected visitors last week - kittens from Atlanta Humane Society's foster home. The kittens, named Nemo, Dory, Guppy, Marlin and Bubbles, ran around the aquarium as its closed to visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic. (April 7)

President Donald Trump says his administration is asking congressional leaders to swiftly commit another $250 billion to replenish a new $349 billion small-business coronavirus program that is being overwhelmed by surging demand. (April 7)

The virus outbreak made it unsafe for Linda McCall to visit her husband, a veteran living in a Georgia nursing home. Now, the Department of Veterans Affairs has moved him 140 miles away – adding to her concern that he'll feel completely alone. (April 7)

In hard-hit New York and cities elsewhere, police officers are testing positive for COVID-19 and calling out sick. So how does a police force do its job with fewer officers? It depends. AP law enforcement reporters Colleen Long and Mike Balsamo talk about how the virus is affecting policing,…

Governor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the Maryland Department of Health will immediately begin providing demographic breakdowns on race of coronavirus patients and their case data including testing, hospitalizations and mortality rates. (April 7)

Tallahassee, Florida resident Mike Newell lost his job as the coronavirus outbreak worsened. Now, it feels nearly impossible for him to find a job, so he's has taken up several odd jobs to sustain his family. (April 7)

Taraji P. Henson talks about her new comedy “Coffee & Kareem” that she stars in along with Ed Helms. She also discusses the future of the “Empire” series finale, and why her fans should focus on “self-care” as much of the country is forced to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic.…

Drive-through confessions in a Mass. parking lot as priests seek to balance the need for spiritual caregiving and social-distancing guidelines intended to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. (April 7).

Wisconsin is asking hundreds of thousands of voters to ignore a stay-at-home order in the midst of a pandemic to participate in Tuesday's presidential primary election. (April 7)

Anna Fortunato says people were always reminding her that her name means “lucky” in Italian. But the 90-year-old Long Island, New York, woman says it took faith, hard work and toughness to survive the new coronavirus. (April 7)

TJ Kim, who just turned 16, doesn’t yet have his driver’s license, but he’s been flying across Virginia delivering gloves, masks, gowns and other supplies to rural hospitals in need. (April 7)

With Americans sheltering in place amid the coronavirus outbreak, zoos and aquariums across the nation have expanded their offerings of live webcams, providing people with "online safaris" to help entertain, educate and even ease the angst. (April 6)