Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Man found NOT GUILTY for 36 deaths in Oakland’s Ghost Ship fire

A jury has found Max Harris not guilty of involuntary manslaughter charges in the 2016 fire at Oakland’s Ghost Ship warehouse, according to KGO. The jury failed to reach a verdict for Derick Almena and a mistrial was declared.

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A jury has reached a verdict in the trial of two men facing 36 involuntary manslaughter charges in the 2016 fire at Oakland’s Ghost Ship warehouse, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday.

President Trump Considers Pardon for Tiger King Star Joe Exotic

President Donald Trump said he will consider pardoning Joseph Maldonado-Passage, star of Netflix's hit docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness during his daily White House Coronavirus Task Force press conference.

China Ends 10 Week Coronavirus Lockdown in Wuhan

China has reportedly ended its more than 10-week-long lockdown of Wuhan, the city where COVID-19 is believed to have originated.

MARSHAL LAW? South Carolina Initiates ‘Home or Work’ Order

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster (R) issued a “home or work” order Monday, demanding residents adhere immediately.

🦠 Gov. Wolf Warns Pennsylvanians: ‘The Surge Is Coming’ As Coronavirus Ravages U.S.

Governor Tom Wolf said Monday the surge in coronavirus cases within the state is imminent, urging Pennsylvanians remain home.

U.S. Tops 10,000 Coronavirus Deaths: John Hopkins University

More than 10,000 people have now died from COVID-19 in the U.S., as the pandemic's horrible toll hit another milestone.

White House Warns Public to Avoid Grocery Stores for 2 Weeks

The White House over the weekend urged Americans to avoid going to grocery stores and pharmacies over the next two weeks.

🦠 Everyone Rations, All The Time; Let’s Be Honest About It

We’re forced, suddenly, to make explicit what we do all the time – make cost-benefit decisions about how to allocate scarce resources.
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THE RUNDOWN

President Trump Considers Pardon for Tiger King Star Joe Exotic

President Donald Trump said he will consider pardoning Joseph Maldonado-Passage, star of Netflix's hit docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness during his daily White House Coronavirus Task Force press conference.

Bernie Sanders Quits Presidential Race Again, Giving Biden the Baton

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Bernie Sanders, who saw his once strong lead in the Democratic...

All 67 Pennsylvania Counties Confirm COVID-19 Cases: Gov. Asks for Volunteers

Officials said all 67 counties in Pennsylvania have confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Tuesday morning, asking the public for volunteers.

China Ends 10 Week Coronavirus Lockdown in Wuhan

China has reportedly ended its more than 10-week-long lockdown of Wuhan, the city where COVID-19 is believed to have originated.
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President Trump Considers Pardon for Tiger King Star Joe Exotic

President Donald Trump said he will consider pardoning Joseph Maldonado-Passage, star of Netflix's hit docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness during his daily White House Coronavirus Task Force press conference.

Body of RFK’s Granddaughter Recovered Days After Canoe Accident

The body of Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter has been recovered following a canoeing accident over the weekend.

MARSHAL LAW? South Carolina Initiates ‘Home or Work’ Order

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster (R) issued a “home or work” order Monday, demanding residents adhere immediately.

Boris Johnson Rushed to ICU Overnight Over Coronavirus

Boris Johnson is in intensive care as he battles coronavirus, Your Content has learned.

🦠 Gov. Wolf Warns Pennsylvanians: ‘The Surge Is Coming’ As Coronavirus Ravages U.S.

Governor Tom Wolf said Monday the surge in coronavirus cases within the state is imminent, urging Pennsylvanians remain home.
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