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As plastic bag bans go into effect, some question the unintended consequences - ABC News
Some are questioning whether banning plastic bags is effective in the fight to clean up the environment.
Parts of northern Italy locked down amid coronavirus fears | TheHill
A dozen towns in northern Italy were put on lockdown Saturday after two people in the region died from the coronavirus.
Trump furious Americans infected with coronavirus flew back to US without his permission: report | Fox News
President Trump grew furious that 14 Americans infected with the coronavirus were allowed to fly back to the United States without his permission, rather than remaining quarantined overseas, accord...
Coronavirus Update: Cases Leap Again In South Korea, As Officials Warn Africa : Goats and Soda : NPR
The tally of new cases is declining in China, the heart of the outbreak. But rising numbers beyond its borders have officials worried, including for regions that have scarcely seen the virus so far.
WHO officials say coronavirus outbreak in Iran is 'very worrisome'
"This outbreak could still go in any direction," said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organization.
Scientists discover how to 'upload knowledge to your brain'
Feeding knowledge directly into your brain, just like in sci-fi classic The Matrix, could soon take as much effort as falling asleep, scientists believe.
Did Xi Jinping know about the coronavirus outbreak earlier than first suggested? - CNN
As the deadly novel coronavirus spread throughout China and the world last month, it was clear that something had gone wrong.
44 Americans On The Diamond Princess Cruise Ship Diagnosed With Coronavirus : NPR
Not all of the Americans on board the vessel, which is currently quarantined in Japan, are sick. Those who are will remain in Japan for treatment.
Whale Watch: Endangered Designation in Danger - WSJ
The U.S. is reviewing the endangered status of the humpback whale, prompted by evidence that they appear to be thriving world-wide.
DNA 'Barcodes' Surface Fishy Imposters on Menus - WSJ
Researchers using a new DNA test discovered that fish ordered from menus might not always be the species served.