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Virtual House Call: How to See a Doctor Online

COVID-19 has prompted many doctors to cancel in-office visits and set up telemedicine, or exams conducted by phone or video chat. Here's what to expect during your first remote appointment. - 30 mar 10:00

“We Are Dead, Gone, and Free”: The End of a Frontier Couple

Artist Eric Bealer was living the remote, rugged good life in coastal Alaska with his wife, Pam, an MS sufferer, when they made a dramatic decision: to exit this world together, leaving behind precise instructions for whoever entered their cabin first. - 30 mar 02:22

Brené Brown on vulnerability and courage

The popular lecturer, author and podcast host tells 60 Minutes why people shouldn't associate vulnerability with weakness, why she wishes her work would not be called "self-help," and how her own struggles help her connect with others. - 30 mar 00:16

‘He’s Going to Do Whatever He Wants’

Jerry Falwell Jr.’s decision to reopen Liberty University’s campus amid the coronavirus pandemic has sparked anger and confusion—even among those usually sympathetic to him. - 30 mar 00:01

14 Apps and Tools to Stave Off Cabin Fever

Millions of people are staying inside for the indefinite future. Here are a few apps to help you socialize, exercise, and meditate from your own home. - 29 mar 23:29

Designing an end to a toxic American obsession: The Lawn

Lawns have proliferated since the rise of the suburbs in the mid-20th century. But their maintenance produces greenhouses gases and they are biodiversity deserts. Shifting attitudes to lawn care offers a giant eco opportunity. The question is, how? - 29 mar 23:16

Front pages across USA report rising death toll - CNN Video

Brian Stelter looks at the commonalities among newspapers across America "from Honolulu to Waterloo, Tuscaloosa to Chattanooga." He says front page stories show the rapid spread of Covid-19 and how communities are mobilizing in response. - 29 mar 13:25

Age is not the only risk for severe coronavirus disease

WASHINGTON (AP) — Older people remain most at risk of dying as the new coronavirus continues its rampage around the globe, but they’re far from the only ones vulnerable. One of many mysteries: Men...