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The Massachusetts governor struck a deal for supplies but needed a way to transport them. The result was a tense saga and a shipment on the New England Patriots’ 767.

Dame Jean Macnamara worked tirelessly for the disabled, but it was her research that helped lead to the polio vaccine that she is most remembered for.

Shaquille O’Neal isn’t just a Hall of Fame basketball player who works as a studio analyst with TNT’s Inside the NBA. He’s also a relatively successful DJ.

DJ Diesel has played sets at events like Tomorrowland and Lollapalooza, and he was gearing up for a spring and summer tour this year before the global coronavirus pandemic shut that down.

- Penn National gets less than it paid for Rat Pack hangout
- More distressed sales could loom for struggling industry

You could be one of the 3 people chosen for the grown-ish & broke: Student Loan Payoff!

Enter now through April 30, 2020

The University of California announced Wednesday that it will greatly ease some admission requirements for fall 2020 and beyond by eliminating SAT test scores and minimum grades, saying that “grave disruptions” to schools during the coronavirus crisis call for maximum flexibility in evaluating students.

Along with partner Gen.G, UK is giving its current students, alumni and fans a chance to play and stay connected via esports through the coronovirus pandemic.

The Hall of Fame quarterback shares his thoughts on how the coronavirus pandemic has affected his world.

First-year students applying to Savannah State University for the summer and fall 2020 semesters can be admitted without an ACT or SAT score. The decision comes following approval by the University System of Georgia, and the decision of the College Board and ACT to suspended all spring SAT and ACT testing dates in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Visa, Mastercard and other payments companies have lobbied to help handle the disbursements.

Fair pay may come first, but up next is the fight for equal labor protections during pregnancy and motherhood.

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