COVID-19

Floating Drive-In Movie Theaters Coming to Major Cities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Drive-in movie theaters are making a bit of a comeback amid the pandemic, but what if you could float on a boat? Floating drive-in movie theaters are coming to major U.S. cities.
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What Will Flu Season Look Like As We Take Steps to Limit Spread of Coronavirus?

As we take steps to stop the spread of the coronavirus, what can we expect for flu season this year? KYW-AM, a RADIO.COM station, talked to Main Line Health System’s chairman of medicine.
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JoJo Fletcher Will Host ‘The Bachelorette’ While Chris Harrison Quarantines for 14 Days

While filming on the new season of ‘The Bachelorette’ ramped up last month, a new plot twist finds longtime host Chris Harrison temporarily handing over the reins to JoJo Fletcher.
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Can Non-Filers Still Get Stimulus Money for Their Dependents?

The Internal Revenue Service is reopening registration for Americans who do not file income taxes, or make too little to file, in order to get supplemental $500 stimulus payments for their dependent children.
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The 26 Countries Currently Open to American Tourists

While people continue to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic, some may think it’s time to go on vacation. Here are the 26 countries open to American tourists as of August 12.
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These Fisher-Price Toys Allow Kids to Work, Cook and Exercise From Home Like Their Parents

Fisher-Price is releasing new toys for children during the COVID-19 pandemic. The toys will allow children to pretend cook, work and work out from home like their parents.
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Study Makes Link Between People and Pets Who Test Positive for COVID-19

Early results from a study out of Texas A&M show a connection between households with positive COVID cases in Texas and their pets carrying the virus.
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What a Second Stimulus Check Would Mean for Your 2021 Taxes

While there’s been discussion on the progress on a second stimulus check, many may be wondering how the money will impact their tax filings in 2021.
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Aquarium Uses Coins Tossed in Fountain to Pay Bills Amid Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many businesses to find creative ways to stay afloat. One aquarium is using the discarded wishes of visitors to help pay their bills.
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School District Votes to Go Entirely Remote After 375 Teachers Say They Won't Return

One New Jersey school district says it can’t start off the school year with in-person classes, as 375 of its teachers are unable to return to classrooms for health-related reasons, according to a report.
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