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In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, millions of Americans suddenly found themselves jobless. Local food banks have stepped in to try and plug the food gap for their communities during this time of economic uncertainty.

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After CNN shared the story of Shujana Anthony, who was laid off from her job and unable to pay her rent, a viewer reached out and offered to pay Anthony's rent for her. CNN's Erin Burnett shares the news with Anthony live on air.

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R&B legend Bill Withers died on March 30th from heart complications at the age of 81. These are the memorable songs he left behind.

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Did working from home in sweatpants always sound like a dream to you, until you suddenly were forced to do so, week after week? If so, you’re not alone, as Americans all over the country have been ordered to stay home and telecommute. While working from home can have its advantages (no more sad desk lunches), it can also be a struggle to stay focused when you don’t have a dedicated office space. Here’s how to set up an efficient work zone — in any room of the home.

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A bus driver in Detroit shared a video expressing his frustration with a passenger who was not taking proper precautions to prevent the spread of any illnesses. Days later, that bus driver, Jason Hargrove, died.

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Michigan resident Allen Marshall used $900 he'd been saving to buy gas for Detroit nurses during the coronavirus pandemic. Michigan is one of the hardest-hit states in the pandemic, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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OPEC will meet with Russia and other oil producers in the hope of agreeing to production cuts and ending a brutal price war. CNN's John Defterios reports.

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Americans are putting their lives on the line to keep this country moving during this crisis. That includes healthcare workers and first responders along with many heroes who did not expect to find themselves on the front lines.

(The Center Square) – The Federal Reserve and the mortgage banking industry are hashing out details about how to allocate $454 million to help cover the fallout of the loan forbearance clause of the CARES Act. The amount is a drop in the bucket compared to the fallout of millions of people unable to pay their mortgages due to losing their income as a result of the economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus quarantine.