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President Trump on Sunday described models showing U.S. coronavirus cases could peak in two weeks — at Easter — a time when he had hoped things would be back to normal for parts of the country. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

How 15 Days Became 45: Trump Extends Guidelines To Slow Coronavirus

After two weeks of wavering on guidelines that put normal American life on hold, President Trump extended until April 30 measures aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus.

As a large number of companies opt to work from home, cybersecurity experts say it's a hacker's paradise. Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images hide caption

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Coronavirus Updates

Cybersecurity Lawyer Who Flagged The WHO Hack Warns Of 'Massive' Remote Work Risks

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Cybersecurity Lawyer Who Flagged The WHO Hack Warns Of 'Massive' Remote Work Risks

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Stefon Harris — Vibraphonist, Educator, Thinker — Teaches Empathy From The Bandstand

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President Trump on Sunday described models showing U.S. coronavirus cases could peak in two weeks — at Easter — a time when he had hoped things would be back to normal for parts of the country. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

How 15 Days Became 45: Trump Extends Guidelines To Slow Coronavirus

4 min

How 15 Days Became 45: Trump Extends Guidelines To Slow Coronavirus

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Facebook says it's dedicating $100 million to prop up news organizations pummeled by the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Loic Venance/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Facebook Pledges $100 Million To Aid News Outlets Hit Hard By Pandemic

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Facebook Pledges $100 Million To Aid News Outlets Hit Hard By Pandemic

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