HEADLINES: • Trump Signs Order Restricting Immigration • Coronavirus scaring sick people away from hospitals, doctors say • Harvard drops $8.6 million stimulus allocation after Trump complaint..
Daily Mail US: Bill and Melinda Gates snap up a $43million San Diego beachside house - complete with 10-person jacuzzi.
ITV News: Four Australian police officers killed by truck after stopping speeding Porsche driver
NBC: Las Vegas workers push back after mayor's call to reopen casinos and hotels.
Haaretz: Coronavirus in Israel: Confirmed cases surpass 14,500, with over 190 fatalities.
MarketWatch: European stocks slip as data shows Continent’s economy reeling.
VOA: Trump Signs Order Restricting Immigration.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order restricting immigration for a period of 60 days because of the coronavirus pandemic.
NBC: Health care workers across the U.S. are warning against lifting stay-at-home restrictions too soon, fearing hospitals will quickly be overwhelmed by a surge in coronavirus patients.
CNN Business: Delta Air Lines lost $534 million in the first three months of the year, its first quarterly loss in more than five years. It's the first airline to report the financial blow caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus.
WDRB News: Woman found stabbed at La Grange Walmart; suspect leads police on pursuit:
Reuters: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has sought support for an international investigation into the coronavirus pandemic in phone calls with U.S. President Donald Trump, and the German and French leaders overnight, the government said on Wednesday.
CNN: 26 US Navy ships currently have coronavirus cases..
There are currently coronavirus cases on 26 US Navy warships, and another 14 have been hit by the virus but the crew members impacted have recovered, a senior Navy official told CNN Wednesday..
Reuters Business: Harvard drops $8.6 million stimulus allocation after Trump complaint.
New York Times: A report from the World Press Freedom Index says the U.S. and Brazil are becoming models of hostility toward the news media.
NY Post: Oscar-nominated actress Shirley Knight dead at 83..
Washington Post: Nearly 25,000 email addresses and passwords allegedly from NIH, WHO, Gates Foundation and others are dumped online.
Who posted them is unknown, but they immediately became fodder for right-wing activists attacking the organizations.
CNN: Just over half of lower-income adults say they or someone in their household has lost their job or taken a pay cut because of the coronavirus pandemic, a new Pew Research Center study has found.
TIME: 2 New York cats become the first U.S. pets to test positive for coronavirus.
Reuters: Driver killed in WHO vehicle carrying virus swabs in Myanmar's Rakhine.
A World Health Organization vehicle carrying swabs from patients to be tested for coronavirus came under gunfire in Myanmar's western Rakhine state and the driver was killed, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
AP: As people stay home, Earth turns wilder and cleaner..
Coyotes, pumas and goats are wandering around cities, while air across the world is becoming less polluted. Scientists are noticing changes to Earth's environment as millions of people stay home because of the coronavirus. The planet is becoming wilder and cleaner.
CNN: Coronavirus scares too many sick people away from hospitals, doctors say..
Eight medical groups have noted that some people with symptoms of heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest are avoiding the hospital due to coronavirus fears. But they say doing so could be deadly.