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Census Field Operations Further Delayed Until April 15 By COVID-19 Pandemic
The Census Bureau says it's suspending for two more weeks the hiring of temporary workers and in-person visits in remote communities and areas recovering from natural disasters for the 2020 count.
Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus Crest 600,000 Worldwide
The global pandemic hit the milestone overnight, taking a particularly heavy toll on Italy, Spain and the U.S. Its real extent is likely larger — yet still unknown as countries catch up with testing.
US & World
Life On The U.S.-Mexico Frontier Dramatically Altered By Partial Border Shutdown
The coronavirus outbreak led President Trump to close U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico last week. At the southern border, the closure is affecting life on both the U.S. and Mexico sides.
Crime & Justice
Federal Judge Considers Release of Migrant Children In Custody As COVID-19 Spreads
A federal judge in California wants all minors who were apprehended crossing into the U.S. alone to be released in an orderly fashion. But she refrained from mandating their immediate release.
FACT CHECK: N.Y. Governor Slams Trump Ventilator Claim As 'Ignorant' And 'Uninformed'
The president said New York ignored ventilators sent by the federal government. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo fired back, saying the president's view was "incorrect and grossly uninformed."
With Schools Closed, Kids With Disabilities Are More Vulnerable Than Ever
About 14% of U.S. public school students receive special education services. And as schools transition from the classroom to the computer, many of those students could get left behind.
Arts & Entertainment
The Frame: For Marc Maron, Timing Is Everything
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Environment & Science
Commercial Fishermen Struggle To Survive In The Face Of Coronavirus
Commercial fishermen are fighting to stay afloat while restaurants and global markets are shutting down to contain the spread of the virus.
Homeless Advocates Protest Echo Park Cleanup
Members of several groups of homeless advocates from across Los Angeles converged on a homeless encampment at the north end of Echo Park Lake on Feb. 12 to protest the routine weekly litter collection.
Business & Economy
LA Homebuyers Turn To 'Tenancy In Common,' With Tradeoffs
TIC buyers must be willing to co-own property with strangers. And rent-controlled tenants may have been forced out of the buildings they're moving into.