Protective gear in national stockpile is nearly depleted, DHS officials say

The government’s emergency stockpile of masks, gloves and other medical supplies is running low, leaving the Trump administration and states to compete for gear in a global marketplace rife with price-gouging, say Homeland Security officials.

It’s April 1 — here’s what you need to know about paying your rent or mortgage

Federal regulators have announced a moratorium on foreclosures and evictions for millions of Americans.
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Desperate families struggle to get experimental treatments

Two unproven treatments have not saved 41-year-old Habeeb Ahmad. His family wants to try a third experimental drug, the antiviral remdesivir. But Gilead, remdesivir’s manufacturer, says it has been overwhelmed by requests and simply cannot satisfy them all.

The list of who won’t get $1,200 stimulus checks is growing

Americans on Social Security now have to file a “simple” tax return to receive a stimulus check. Most high school seniors and college students won’t get any money.

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In a tweet, the president provided no specifics. U.S. officials have been wrestling with how to respond to stepped-up hostilities directed at American military personnel.
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Simone Biles wept when she heard the Olympics were postponed

The champion gymnast expressed every confidence that she’ll be in shape and ready to compete when the Games open next summer.

Golden puff pastry turns a quick quiche into a weeknight showpiece

If you've got puff pastry in your freezer and fresh or frozen broccoli on hand, you can turn out this quiche in no time.
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