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Coronavirus basic income: 14 countries around the world experimenting with direct payments to offset COVID financial fallout

South Korea, Malaysia, Australia, the United Kingdom: Governments are getting innovative to keep workers employed or paid during the crisis.

10 limited-edition home and kitchen product launches to shop now, from Williams Sonoma exclusives to the return of a Vinebox favorite

We've rounded up the best limited-edition home and kitchen launches and collabs, from new Le Creuset colors to spring-inspired Otherland candles.
Paula Fastuca and Ken Caccavale got married on their roof after they had to postpone their almost 200-guest wedding.

A New York couple got married on their roof after postponing their 200-guest wedding, and the pictures are stunning

A couple got married on their roof with just five guests in attendance. The bride posed in her wedding dress on the roof in breathtaking photos.

A GOP senator just proposed a Denmark-style recovery plan where the government pays up to 80% of workers’ wages during the coronavirus pandemic

The plan from Sen. Josh Hawley underscores the search for radical solutions among lawmakers to meet the unprecedented scale of the economic crisis.
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How to create email templates in Gmail so you can save time formatting routine emails

It's possible to create email templates in Gmail so that you can eliminate the repetitive formatting process of preparing certain routine emails.
'Saturday Night Live' will return this weekend.

‘Saturday Night Live’ is returning this weekend with a virtual show

The show will return on Saturday, airing "remotely produced content" from cast members, including "Weekend Update."

Bernie Sanders built a legion of meme-making, TikTok-loving online fans. Now they’re pivoting to new socialist goals.

Senator Bernie Sanders is no longer campaigning for the presidency, but he built the largest online Democratic fandom in the process.

Airbnb’s losses swelled to $674 million last year, even before the coronavirus crisis crushed its business

Airbnb's revenue jumped 32% last year to $4.8 billion. But its expenses grew even faster, leading to a $674 million loss.
A nurse practitioner puts on protective gear in a tent in the parking lot of the Newton-Wellesley Hospital before testing a possible coronavirus patient in Newton, Massachusetts, on March 16, 2020.

The Trump administration is cutting federal resources for coronavirus testing sites, forcing states to run them in the ongoing fight against the pande...

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is ending support for testing sites Friday, even as the US lags in its efforts to track the virus.