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A man wearing a protective face mask walks at a nearly empty shopping mall in Beijing on Feb. 27. Business activity in China has all but halted, with entire cities under quarantine and industries forced to lay off workers. Nicolas Asfouri/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Coronavirus Spreads Recession Fears Around The World

U.S. businesses are shutting down plants and watching their sales plummet around the world. Many economists now say odds are increasing that the economy will slow, if not contract altogether.

Sen. Bernie Sanders pauses while speaking during a primary night rally in Essex Junction, Vt., on Tuesday. Sanders has gotten more positive support from Russian media than any other Democratic candidate. Kate Flock/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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How Russia Is Trying To Boost Bernie Sanders' Campaign

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A man wearing a protective face mask walks at a nearly empty shopping mall in Beijing on Feb. 27. Business activity in China has all but halted, with entire cities under quarantine and industries forced to lay off workers. Nicolas Asfouri/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Coronavirus Spreads Recession Fears Around The World

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When recording her latest album Color Theory, Sophie Allison used everything from floppy disk samples, to drum machines, to bubble sound effects to create the sound she wanted. Brian Ziff/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Soccer Mommy On 'Color Theory': 'I Want To Keep Growing Until I Hit The Ceiling'

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