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Cats, dogs, Quillie the hedgehog source of comfort in crisisWhether dog, cat or, yes, a hedgehog named Quillie Nelson, pets are proving themselves to be just what the doctor ordered in lockdown
The Associated Press34 minutes ago
In this March 28, 2020, photo, tomatoes sit on the vine ready to pick in a DiMare field in Homestead, Fla. Florida leads the U.S. in harvesting tomatoes, green beans, cabbage and peppers this time of year. While some of the crops are meant for grocery stores, many farmers cater solely to the so-called food service market — restaurants, schools and theme parks — hit hard as cities and states have ordered people to stay home and avoid others during the coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
Coronavirus claims an unexpected victim: Florida vegetablesThousands of acres of fruits and vegetables grown in Florida are being plowed over or left to rot because farmers can't sell to restaurants, theme parks or schools nationwide that have closed because of the coronavirus
The Associated Press51 minutes ago
In this April 6, 2020, photo, shoes that are not allowed inside sit outside the door to Associated Press journalist Janelle Cogan's Atlanta home. Her boyfriend is an essential worker in the transportation sector, and because he's not able to work from home in the coronavirus outbreak, they take precautions, including leaving some belongings outside when he comes back in the evenings. (AP Photo/Janelle Cogan)
VIRUS DIARY: Life with an essential worker is a daily danceMany essential workers are still going to the workplace every day while millions of Americans work from home or have lost their jobs
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Making plans, defiantly, amid the chaos and madnessIn the “new normal” that is America during the coronavirus pandemic, the act of making plans has taken on a complicated new meaning
The Associated Press8 hours ago
This Sunday, April 5, 2020, photo shows an envelope containing a 2020 census letter mailed to a U.S. resident in Detroit. If you're a census slacker and haven’t yet filled out the form for the 2020 head count, the federal government is trying another way to get in touch with you. Starting Wednesday, the U.S. Census Bureau is mailing out millions of paper forms to homes whose residents haven’t yet answered the once-a-decade questionnaire. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
Census sends paper forms to laggards as Midwest sets paceIf you’re a census slacker and haven’t yet filled out the form for the 2020 head count, the federal government is trying another way to get in touch with you
The Associated Press10 hours ago

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