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  1. Fourteen passengers aboard US chartered flights evacuating Americans and their families from the Diamond Princess cruise ship have tested positive for novel coronavirus, according to a joint statement from the US Departments of State and Health and Human Services.
  2. An American couple who traveled in the Diamond Princess cruise ship that's docked at the Daikoku Pier Cruise Terminal in Yokohama, Japan, have had their hopes of coming home dashed. Rebecca Frasure has tested positive for the coronavirus, which means she has to remain in quarantine at a nearby hospital. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
  3. When 31-year-old engineer Edison Zhang was diagnosed with the deadly novel coronavirus, which has killed hundreds of people in his home city of Wuhan, he was actually relieved.
  4. As the deadly novel coronavirus spread throughout China and the world last month, it was clear that something had gone wrong.
  5. As the novel coronavirus outbreak continues to batter China, the country's central bank has implemented a new strategy to contain the virus -- deep cleaning and destroying potentially infected cash.
  6. The number of deaths from the novel coronavirus has risen to 1,770, with an additional 100 deaths reported Sunday in Hubei, the Chinese province at the center of the outbreak.
  7. More than 3,000 people are in quarantine on a cruise ship in Japan, after more than 200 on board tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus. Passengers have shared their stories of life on the ship.
  8. The novel coronavirus is now a "public health emergency of international concern," killing more than 1,600 people and infecting more than 69,000 worldwide.
  9. • Nearly 12,000 Democrats turn out for first day of early voting in Nevada • Pete Buttigieg responds to Rush Limbaugh's homophobic remarks • Opinion: The most radical 2020 candidate is not whom you may think
  10. Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg responded Sunday to Rush Limbaugh's recent homophobic remarks, saying he doesn't take "lectures on family values" from the conservative radio host and Medal of Freedom recipient.
  11. Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg responds to conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh's attack on Buttigieg's sexuality.
  12. • Analyst: I've seen thousands of sentencings. I've never seen this • AG's actions spark outrage and unease
  13. CNN legal analyst Elie Honig answers questions about Attorney General Bill Barr changing the Department of Justice's sentencing recommendation for Roger Stone.
  14. As the clash between Justice Department leaders and career prosecutors in the case of President Donald Trump's longtime friend Roger Stone spilled into public earlier this week, the leaders of the public-corruption unit in the Manhattan US attorney's office sat on a courtroom bench, watching with unease as the news flashed across their cell phone screens.
  15. Nevada's Democratic Party leadership is hoping a strong early turnout for its caucuses signals a successful showing this weekend.
  16. In 2016, Donald Trump did his best to tarnish his opponent Hillary Clinton with an email "scandal" that amounted to nothing. In his 2020 reelection campaign, Trump's team has worked to conjure a similar cloud of controversy over Joe Biden's son Hunter, all without producing evidence of wrongdoing.
  17. Make no mistake -- President Donald Trump is the most radical choice in the 2020 election. For all the talk about Democrats trying to figure out whether to nominate a "radical" candidate or a "moderate" one, it's, in fact, the Republican Party that has already made its choice to veer so far from the center of American politics that Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren pale in comparison to the man who currently holds the highest office in the land.
  18. President Donald Trump's campaign manager deleted a tweet featuring a dramatic photo of Air Force One at the Daytona 500 after users pointed out that the shot was from President George W. Bush's visit to the NASCAR race in 2004, not from Trump's visit on Sunday.
  19. A Milwaukee woman and her two daughters, who went missing earlier this month, were found dead in a garage Sunday, authorities said.
  20. A Montana police officer was taken to the hospital Saturday after being hit by a car driven by a 14-year-old boy, according to a news release from the Billings Police Department.
  21. A Disney actress died Saturday following a brain tumor, according to the Ugandan school where she was a student.
  22. Massive locust swarms could threaten millions of people in Africa. UN officials blame the climate crisis for the unprecedented locust breeding that could create widespread famine.
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  24. Charles Johnston lost his wife Kira during what was supposed to be a routine Cesarian section.
  25. Jaylan Butler, a black student at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois, filed a lawsuit against several police officers and sheriff's deputies alleging he was wrongfully detained after being mistaken for a suspect.
  26. An off-duty Ferguson police officer was shot multiple times when he confronted a shoplifter at a Walmart in the Missouri city Sunday night, according to the St. Louis County Police Department.
  27. Brayden Lawrence turned 8 on Sunday and had her birthday party at her favorite place on Earth: Target.
  28. Two snowmobilers in Colorado were killed after they were buried in an avalanche they accidentally triggered Saturday afternoon, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center said Sunday.
  29. 'Sex and the City' actress Lynn Cohen died on Friday in New York, according to her manager Josh Pultz. She was 86.
  30. A building is still partially standing in Dallas after a scheduled implosion failed the take down the entire tower.
  31. If you find yourself eating too much added sugar and unhealthy fats, it might be because you're not getting enough sleep, according to a study published Monday in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
  32. Let's raise our tumblers and toast to cheaper wine.
  33. Things got quite sssspicy near Lake Hollingsworth in Lakeland, Florida, this week.
  34. An iceberg the size of Malta broke off the Pine Island glacier in Antarctica. The glacier has lost dramatic amounts of ice over the last 25 years as the region warms due to the climate crisis.
  35. The Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine sent 364 letters of acceptance in error Thursday to students looking for admission.
  36. The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about feeling "mommy guilt" during an interview with British podcast "Happy Mum Happy Baby," saying that it's a "constant challenge."
  37. Two university communities are in mourning after two former star volleyball players and their daughters died in a crash in Missouri.
  38. Kawhi Leonard was the first recipient of the Kobe Bryant MVP Award Sunday.
  39. Can your grandma bust a move?

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